August 12, 2011 (Newswire.com) - Beginning this fall, well-known psychic, medium, past life channeler, Reiki Master, healer and master of stones, The Rock Girl®, Allison Hayes, will join the Long Island Feng Shui Institute as a guest faculty member.
On September 12th Hayes will present her extremely popular one day workshop entitled "Introduction to Rocks" and on November 5th and 6th, she will present a two-day intensive workshop on "Psychic Development".
Hayes' workshop "Introduction to Rocks" will teach participants how to balance their Mind, Body and Spirit with the frequency of stones. Hayes' workshop will also cover who rocks are, where they come from, how to speak their language and how to hear what they say. Each person will develop their own technique of "working" with a stone. As Hayes will explain, "each person has their own unique way of connecting with a stone and there is no 'one size fits all stone'. As each person is unique, so is each stone."
In her two-day "Psychic Development" workshop, participants will learn how to tap into the power of stone to develop their intuition and awaken and activate their psychic abilities. This work also activates cellular memory, which can connect the participant to past or other lives.
"We are extremely pleased to have Allison Hayes teaching at our institute," says founder
Ileen Weiss Nelson. "Her credentials are excellent and we know that our students will definitely gain from her expertise. Our programs inspire a transformation that opens up a lifetime of new possibilities and Allison's workshops do just that."
"I am really excited about holding workshops at the Long Island Feng Shui Institute," explains Hayes. "They have an outstanding reputation and feature some of the best teachers in the world. Being a guest faculty member is definitely an honor and I am looking forward to being part of their program.
Conveniently situated on one of the world's foremost showplaces, the Long Island Feng Shui Institute is locates in the Planting Fields Arboretum, a 409 acre estate devoted to rolling lawns, cultivated gardens and natural woodlands. Nearly 1,000 years ago Matinecock Indians farmed this fertile ridge of land just west of what is now Oyster Bay, Long Island. Now, it serves as a quiet oasis for rest and contemplation as well as the home of the Long Island Feng Shui Institute. The site is an easy 40 minute commute from NYC, 60 minutes from Greenwich, CT or Livingston, NJ, 2 ½ hours from Philadelphia, PA or a 3½ hours drive from Boston, MA.