Coaches Corner: Arlene Curley

In our September 2014 issue, we highlighted some local coaches, mentors and therapists in Coaches Corner.

ARLENE CURLEYArlene Curley
3620 Sterner Mill Rd, Quakertown
215-538-0976
GreenshireArts.org

As a holistic life counselor, intuitive healer and Reiki master/teacher, Arlene Curley offers a powerful transforming experience for all people on their healing journey. With a sensitive understanding of the mind/body/spirit connection, she masterfully guides individuals into a confident place of healing, self-awareness and celebration.

Curley is co-founder and director of Greenshire Arts Consortium—a holistic studies community center in Quakertown—which offers transformative studies, community connections, lessons in sustainable living, life coaching and more. “In today’s fast-paced culture, healing work and the strength of community is no longer a luxury. Rather, it is a necessity if each person is to remain in a grounded, authentic place of being,” assures Curley.

Curley has studied with healers and mentors from around the world to gain a better understanding of the holistic and metaphysical aspects of healing, spirituality and holistic counseling. When the going gets tough, Curley says “Adverse situations can be used to help a person grow into personal mastery, opening up many possibilities on how to live and relate to oneself, others and the world.” Through private sessions—whether through energy counseling, dream interpretation, workshops or ceremonies—Curley guides individuals into shifting into harmony and balance.

September 2014.


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