Price Free
Category Groups & Associations
Published date 01/11/2016
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Country United Kingdom


Short moments of complete relaxation = complete empowerment.



Balanced View offers a unique training which empowers relationships, strengths, gifts and talents, and the skillful means to naturally benefit all situations through the simple practice of complete relaxation and an empowerment network (practice, Trainer, training and community), which guarantees results:



• Complete relaxation throughout everyday life



• Complete mental and emotional stability



• The harmonization of all relationships



• Spontaneous compassion and altruism



• Clear-seeing and decision-making



• Flourishing strengths, gifts and talents



• Skillfulness and solution focus



If you are new to the Balanced View Training these introductory talks are perfect to drop by to.



Trainers who have successfully applied this training will lead the talks, answer questions and share their own direct experience.



When: 11.30am-12.30pm

Where: Hamilton House, 80 Stokes Croft, BS1 3QY

The suggested contribution: £5-15

All are welcome regardless of ability to contribute.



See you there!





For further information visit...



Facebook: Balanced View UK



Meetup: Balanced View Bristol







Name: Balanced


     

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