Upcoming Guided Imagery Workshop by Dr. Marty Rossman

January 30, 2008

I’m a little late getting this on the blog, but I think it is worth posting anyway. There is still a little time left for you to register for Dr. Marty Rossman’s four week workshop in Guided Imagery for Self Healing. Readers of this blog will remember that I have mention Dr. Rossman several times and have reviewed some of his products. Highly recommended.


                        Your invitation to a 4 week workshop with
                                     Marty Rossman, MD


An inspiring, refreshing, and enjoyable opportunity to learn to use guided imagery directly from one of the world’s leading experts on mind/body medicine and healing…

You’ll learn to use guided imagery…

… to deeply relax your mind and body
… to create unique images that help promote healing responses
… to connect to healing resources within yourself
… to create a healing practice

When:        Fridays, Feb 8  – 29            10:30 AM – 12 PM

Where:        Healus Center, 150 Nellen Ave, Larkspur, CA

How:        Call Marie or Christine at 925-8600 to register

How much?    Your registration fee of $245 includes an autographed copy of Dr. Rossman’s award-winning book and 4 CD set entitled “Guided Imagery for Self-Healing” (a $75 value) to guide you in your self-healing imagery practice at home. Your friends and family are also welcome at the same rate.

Till when?    This registration fee is only good until January 30th. After that,  $295.  Space is limited.

What else?    Patients of Dr. Rossman will be given Superbill receipts suitable for submission for insurance reimbursement.

“Marty Rossman is the world’s leading authority on guided imagery for health”                        Andrew Weil, M.D.

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