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March 4 – Gail Lafortune

Gail Lafortune is a Registered Practical Nurse (RPN). Her healing journey began in 1990 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. In 1991, she personally received a Therapeutic Touch session which TOUCHED her very deeply and changed her life forever. Gail has been passing on the gift of Therapeutic Touch since 1991 to others through her practice. She became a Recognized Teacher in 1997 and has an active Therapeutic Touch practice in Ottawa. She is dedicated to serving her community, as well as increasing the acceptance of Therapeutic Touch as a complementary healing modality in mainstream medicine.

February 18 – Dr. Marilyn Rossner

Dr. Rossner is an interfaith minister, world-renowned medium, award-winning children’s behaviour therapist and yoga therapist. She is also the founder of the Spiritual Sciences Fellowship (SSF), a Montreal-based center which provides educational classes related to mind, body and spirit, and also is the founder of the International Institute of Integral Human Sciences (IIIHS).

February 11 – Rev. Chipo Shambare

Rev. Shambare is a medium, healing facilitator, certified intuitive counsellor, motivational public speaker, facilitator, coach and teacher in the Ottawa-Gatineau region. She uses her own brand of heart-centered intuitive coaching to build bridges between you and your past, your present and your future. She is also the author of “I Am Good Enough for Me” and has an informative website at: www.chiposhambare.com

 

February 4 – Rev. Peter G. Kendall

Rev. Kendall is a medium, healer, public speaker and teacher. Originally from Cape Breton, N.S., now lives in Montreal working with Spirit for over 15 years. He serves churches in Montreal, Ottawa, Nova Scotia, Maine and Florida. Rev. Kendall was also connected with Edgar Cayce Canada for approximately 10 years.

January 28 – Elizabeth Langs, M.A.

Elizabeth is a retired elementary school teacher, an avid reader, researcher and is happy to have more time now to pursue her spiritual interests and share them with others. She is presently in the ministerial program working towards becoming an Ordained Minister. The topic of her address will be about finding one’s soul purpose – why we are here….and Edgar Cayce’s suggestions on how to find our life’s purpose.

January 21 – Dr. Ian Prattis

In the garden (2)Dr. Ian Prattis is Professor Emeritus at Carleton University in Ottawa, Zen teacher, peace and environmental activist. Born in the UK, he has spent much of his life living and teaching in Canada. He is an award winning author of fifteen books. Recent awards include Gold for fiction at the 2015 Florida Book Festival (Redemption), 2015 Quill Award from Focus on Women Magazine (Trailing Sky Six Feathers) and Silver for Conservation from the 2014 Living Now Literary Awards (Failsafe: Saving the Earth from Ourselves). His book Redemption is being made into a movie.

His poetry, memoirs, fiction, articles, blogs and podcasts appear in a wide range of venue. A poet, global traveler, founder of Friends for Peace, Guru in India and spiritual warrior for planetary care, peace and social justice, he offers public talks and retreats all over the world.

He will give a talk on “Engaged Buddhism as antidote to Our World is Burning.”

January 14 – Rev. Chipo Shambare

Rev. Shambare is a medium, healing facilitator, certified intuitive counsellor, motivational public speaker, facilitator, coach and teacher in the Ottawa-Gatineau region. She uses her own brand of heart-centered intuitive coaching to build bridges between you and your past, your present and your future. She is also the author of “I Am Good Enough for Me” and has an informative website at: www.chiposhambare.com