"As we follow our intuitive senses, our work becomes authentic."
Dr. Pamela Jeanne
Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) February 06, 2013
“Intuition is the root of most scientific breakthroughs.” -- Barbara Braham
With the background of over 50 years of medical practice, Portland naturopathic doctor Dr. Pamela Jeanne will bring her insights and experience to “Healing and Intuition,” an interactive class to be held in Portland, OR. The class is open to the general public as well as to healthcare providers. This class will invite participants to come in closer touch with their intuition and personal healing.
According to Dr. Jeanne, when we are in touch with our intuitive nature, healing can happen. Dr. Jeanne will share stories of her own intuitive awakening and will encourage others to share their experiences as well. In a workshop setting, she will lead the class in exercises to explore their innate intuitive healing powers.
“It is only in the latter part of my career that I have affirmed my personal experience with intuition and healing and incorporated it into my practice,” said Dr. Jeanne. “It is my desire to share this powerful experience and tool during my upcoming class.”
The class “Intuition and Healing” will be held on March 2, 2013 from 1-3 pm at the Center for Spiritual Living, 6211 NE Martin Luther King Blvd. Portland OR 97211. Fee for the class is $20, $25 at the door. Registration is available at http://www.drpamelajeanne.com
About Dr. Pamela Jeanne
Dr. Jeanne began her medical career as a critical care RN and also worked as a hospice and home health care nurse. She graduated in 1990 from National College of Natural Medicine in Portland OR with honors in clinical medicine. Dr. Jeanne has been in medical practice over 22 years and is currently an adjunct faculty at National College of Natural Medicine and has been teaching since 1992. Dr. Jeanne is the author of the book “Healing Matters: Celebrating Women’s Innate Healing Nature,” available through Amazon.
Dr. Jeanne's practice is located in North Portland. She can be reached at 503-720-8999, via e-mail at drjeanne(at)comcast.com or through her website at http://www.drpamelajeanne.com