Welcome to Rowena Beaumont's Sanctuary of Light
Rowena offers you a safe and sacred space supporting you on your Soul's journey. The Sanctuary of Light is the umbrella name of Rowena's Teaching and Healing Practice. A place of peace, healing and learning.
Rowena works alongside Dr Rosy Daniel in Bath, Somerset supporting clients with cancer and other illnesses as well as trauma, anxiety and stress. She specialises in advanced Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and Emotional Freedom 'Light' Techniques. Rowena is an Expert Practitioner, EFT International Master Trainer of Trainers as well as being a Health Creation Coach & Mentor trained by Dr Rosy Daniel.
"Healing is the refinement of the Soul on it's Journey into wholeness." Rowena Beaumont
"Rowena is a very professional and highly talented therapist, teacher and healer, she has been providing outstanding emotional support for my patients for 9 years now and patients sing her praises constantly." - Dr Rosy Daniel MBBCh www.healthcreation.co.uk
Contact Rowena for treatment sessions.
EFT Level 3 - Glastonbury 26/27 October
EFT Level 1 - Bath Friday 15 November
EFT Level 2 - Saturday/Sunday 16/17 November
EFT Level 1 - Glastonbury Friday 29 November 2019
EFT Level 2 - Glastonbury Saturday/Sunday 30 November 01 December
2020 Courses being uploaded very soon.
Saturday 02 November 2019 - Glastonbury
Personal Healing days are available in Glastonbury, Somerset - morning, afternoon or for the whole day by arrangement.
For full schedule click here or Contact for availability.
regenerative healing 2019
Regenerative Healing Courses which include Emotional Freedom 'Light' Techniques, Magnified Healing®, Angelic Reiki and Traditional Reiki are available in Glastonbury. Emotional Freedom 'Light' Techniques is available Internationally by arrangement,
Rowena offers personal healing days and also private training courses in Glastonbury for those who would like to upgrade their skills and take these quality training courses to different parts of the World.
Contact for availability.
"Ships are safe in the harbour but that's not what they are meant for."