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Healing Arts Programs through Community Action - Summer 2013

posted Jun 28, 2013, 12:12 PM by Anastasia Quinn Keck   [ updated Jun 28, 2013, 12:16 PM ]
Healing Arts - Summer 2013

The Community Crisis Response Team, a program of Community Action, offers free Healing Arts programs where
participants learn about how trauma affects the body, mind and spirit and how to heal on all levels. These programs are free to people affected from crime-related trauma. All CCRT services are confidential.  See attached Flyer!  It's also possible to attend one or two of these sessions and that also counts as volunteer hours and supports your own self care!  The retreat is unfortunately already full.  

Space is limited, registration is requested & programs fill up quickly.
Contact us to reserve your place. (413) 773-5090 or email

Ku Nye:
Traditional Tibetan Massage
Friday, July 19th
1:00 - 4:00 pm

Indulge in a traditional Tibetan Massage that uses massage and herbal compresses on the head, hands and feet to balance “wind energy” and promote stress reduction. Practitioners are from the Shang Shung Tibetan Healing Center. **Held at the Tibetan Healing Center, 16 Center St., Ste 323 in Northampton.

Reiki Bodywork Clinic
Monday, July 22nd
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Reiki helps to eliminate pain, prevent disease & calm the nervous system, inviting the mind, body & spirit into harmony. Three 50-minute individual sessions will be offered by practitioner, Brighid Murphy. Priority given to those who have never received bodywork through CCRT.
**Held at the CCRT office, 277 Main St. 4th Floor in Greenfield.

Trauma Recovery Coaching
Thursday, July 25th and
Friday, August 30th
11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Healing is possible!Join CCRT Director, Diana Bella, for a monthly support group using coaching techniques & Transformational Kinesiology to heal from trauma. Lunch will be provided so come get nurtured. **Held at the CCRT office, 277 Main St. 4th Floor in Greenfield.

Whole Life Wellness
Tuesday, August 13th
5:00 - 7:30 pm
What does it mean to be really well? Join CCRT staff and Holistic Health Counselor, Kelly Broadway, for an exploration of the pillars of Wellbeing. Define what wellness means for you and make a plan to create a life that is truly nurturing. **Held at the CCRT office, 277 Main St. 4th Floor in

Anastasia Quinn Keck,
Jun 28, 2013, 12:15 PM