Hi, I'm Betty
Female / Married
Member Since: 7 Apr 2006
Last Login: 8 May 2012
Last Updated: 25 Mar 2011
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Betty is a Registered Karuna Reiki Master/Teacher, 10-year breast cancer survivor and native Texan. Betty holds Professional Memberships in the International Center for Reiki Training Association and the International Association of Reiki Professionals.
Last year she and her husband, along with their Lhasa Apso/mix, began living the full-timing life in their RV, traveling and working in the Lower 48 States of the USA.
Currently located in the Bloomsbury/Milford, New Jersey area, Betty offers Reiki sessions and individual or group classes. A distance learning program is in its infancy and Betty hopes to achieve a joyful experience for students who wish to learn Reiki but are unable to attend an in-person class. She also offers periodic scheduled Introduction to Reiki online chats and a Reiki forum, "Conversations in the Circle," at her Web site.
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More About Me
Location: Bloomsbury, New Jersey
Occupation: Registered Karuna Reiki Master/Teacher
My Philosophy On Life: Right here, right now.
My Interests: Cycling, working in the yard, watching the night sky, strolling The Highlands of Scotland, love riding the train in Scotland, volunteer activities, cancer survivorship advocacy working with The Lance Armstrong Foundation
My Inspirations: Survivors
Music I Love: Scottish pipes and drums, Scottish folk, Native American, blues, swing, jazz, rock, classical, New Age...this and that
Movies I Love: Field of Dreams, among others
Books I Love: It's Not About the Bike - by Lance Armstrong, Shaman, Healer, Sage, My little book of daily thoughts on walking The Red Path
Places I Love: Glen Coe in The Highlands of Scotland, Loch Ness, my own yard, anywhere I am with my husband, Austin Texas, Edinburgh Scotland
Quotes I Love: "You've gotta be brave and you've gotta be strong." - Lance Armstrong on talking about his cancer experience