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Reiki For Life

Reiki For Life (an Ambition for Ageing Project) is a free project that is run by qualified, friendly Reiki practioners, who teach people for free how to use reiki for themselves.

Reiki is open to people living in the borough who are 50+. The sessions run on the following dates (as of 29.03.19). All  sessions run 1.30pm till 3.00pm

Sept : Friday 6th and Saturday 28th

October : Friday 4th and Saturday 26th

November : Friday 1st and Saturday 30th 

Sessions running at: St Ann's Church, Milnrow Road, Belfield, Rochdale, OL16 5BT
Umbrella org:
Ambition for Ageing
Area serviced:
Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale residents
Contact name:
Wendy Cooper @ Reiki Network Oldham
07722 783279

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