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Energy Care is a gentle, non-invasive relaxation technique we share with people undergoing chemo and radiation, as well as a full spectrum of health challenges. We teach excellent, easy self care and care for caregivers in a customizable spa setting.
Learn to adjust old habits, behaviors and beliefs as we search for creative, intuitive ways to make energetic progress in a safe and fun environment.
Urbaca's Energy Care Clinics build an accessible bridge between western and holistic medicine. We aspire to teach mindful self-care with honesty, integrity, curiosity and humor.
$10, 2-4 pm
January 30, 2016
February 6, 2016
February 13, 2016
February 20, 2016
120 NW 9th Avenue, Suite 101 Portland, OR 97209 More info? Call Sherry 503.241.5030
120 NW 9th Avenue, Suite 101, Portland, OR
Price: $10.00 /per person
MORE INFO? Give Sherry a call 503.241.5030
Led by Okamura Farmacopia's Sherry Okamura, Urbaca's licensed empaths will be on hand to provide energy balancing and help you learn to balance your own energy at our new Energy Care Clinic.
Energy Care is a gentle, non-invasive relaxation technique shared with those undergoing chemo and radiation, care for caregivers, and a variety of health challenges in a customizable spa setting.
Learn to adjust old habits, behaviors and beliefs as we search for creative and fun ways to make energetic progress.
Welcome to Urbaca’s Energy Care Clinic!
The ECC is a little like the Choose Your Own Adventure books, remember those?
Except here you’ll choose your own energetic adventure.
Your comfort is important to us, please help us discern your needs by telling us your preferences for (please circle):
Aromatherapy None Some Lots
Warmth I’m hot! I’m good I’m cold!
Light Eye mask/covering Dim light Bright light therapy
Other People Around You Getting Treatment: None Some No preference
Your desire to learn about what is happening & why: None Some Tell me everything
Anything else we should know about?
Sherry weighs in as the "Empathic Skin Care Pro" in an article by Allison Jones for Portland Monthly Magazine! Read all about it here.