Path of Being Opens in Fort Myers
The Path of Being: A Gift and Book Store for Conscious Lifestyles, has opened at 15248 South Tamiami Trail, Unit 300, in south Fort Myers. The store offers psychic and intuitive tarot readings daily, Mommy and Me with Daddy Too yoga and meditation classes every other Sunday, free healing circles on different healing modalities on the third Tuesday of each month, and monthly crystal bowl and guided meditations.
The Path of Being will host Astrology and You workshops; a Healthy Living series about essential oils, plant-based living and organic gardening; and a Soul Life series: Awakening and Emergence, an introduction to esoteric teachings.
“We are a center for hope and healing that you may live a more abundant life and that you find products and information that help you find balance in your Earth walk,” says owner Theresa Ayers, an intuitive reader and spiritual counselor among other studies. “Join us and share your journey of self-discovery and learning a more balanced life.”
For more information or to register for events, call 239-437-5141, email Theresa@ThePathOfBeing.com or visit ThePathOfBeing.com.
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