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Holliston Author Presents at Library

by Bill Tobin
April 2, 2017

Holliston author and life coach Maria Salomao-Schmidt will present “Finally Full of Yourself: Unlocking Your Spiritual DNA” at the Holliston Public Library on Wednesday, April 5 at 7 pm.

Holliston author and life coach Maria Salomao-Schmidt will present “Finally Full of Yourself: Unlocking Your Spiritual DNA” at the Holliston Public Library on Wednesday, April 5 at 7 pm.

This program is based on Maria’s book of the same title and addresses topics that keep people stuck in old habits and block them from creating a life of purpose and freedom.  

Maria is also a Reiki Master Teacher and expert in several other modalities including EFT (tapping), Chakra Balancing and Full Spectrum Healing.

This program is free and the author is donating her time. There is no registration. She will have copies of her book for sale at the program and it is available to borrow from the library with a valid card.

 

 

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