The Divine Mother Healing School 2016

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The Divine Mother Healer Training School

Taught by Annie Bond  |  June -November 2016

So many of you have such potential to become gifted healers and/or are deeply committed to your personal and spiritual growth, we welcome you to reach out to explore partaking in the Divine Mother Healer Training School.

A high vibration, transformative and profound healing modality to deepen your ability to heal yourself and clients. This deeply experiential, life-changing training includes:

Connecting to your and clients’ divine mothers and fathers to be given healing;

An extensive technique box

Advanced Shamanic and Mystery School modalities

Development of your intuitive gifts

Working with Light, Energy and Sound

Personal Growth

In Depth chakra analysis

Hands On experience with classmates

Certification Awarded. Catered lunches. Extensive syllabus/workbook provided.

June 17-19; July 22-24; August 19-21; September 16-18; October 14-16; Nov. 11-13

Friday 7-9pm; Sat. 10am – 5pm; Sun. Noon-5pm; catered lunch provided

Metta Center for Conscious Living, 17 Glen Pond Drive, Red Hook, NY 12572

Early bird special: Save $400 if you sign up by May 25th.


$2,800; generous payment plans available that includes the discount if the first payment is by May 15th.

For those interested in the training, Annie offers a complimentary healing in the Divine Mother healing modality.

Feel free to reach out by emailing Annie at or call 845-876-4252 (note the two “b’s” )



Like many healers, Annie B. Bond came to the work while on her own healing quest. In the process she learned that spiritual healing was the key to truly healing herself. She has trained in a number of healing traditions and tailors her healings to an individual’s needs, including with sound (with singing bowls, rattles, and voice), One Light Healing Touch Master, Reiki Master, Premabirthing, and more. She is also a national expert on the toxic-free lifestyle and the award-winning and best-selling author of a five books, most recently True Food (National Geographic, 2010).