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Healing Touch Team to Share the Power of Biofield Therapy at “Hope Day”


Residents of Greenwich are in for a treat as the Healing Touch Team gears up to attend Hope Day on April 28, 1:00-4:00pm offering their expertise in biofield therapy.


The free event will be held at the Arch Street Teen Center and will include live music, food, and resource tables. It will feature a range of activities, workshops, and presentations aimed at promoting mental health, resilience, and well-being among residents.


This annual event, dedicated to spreading positivity and hope throughout the community, will be elevated by the presence of these skilled practitioners who specialize in holistic healing.


The Healing Touch Team, comprised of four Board Certified Healing Touch Practitioners with diverse backgrounds, first came together while providing biofield therapy at Greenwich Hospital.


Since then, they have made it their mission to bring the benefits of Healing Touch to local communities, touching the lives of many individuals along the way.


“We’re thrilled to be a part of Hope Day and to have the opportunity to share the healing power of biofield therapy with our community,” said Holly Conetta, one of the practitioners from the team, adding, “Our sessions are not only deeply relaxing but also provide relief from stress, tension, and pain, while strengthening the immune system and restoring balance to the mind, body, and spirit.”


Hope Day attendees can look forward to experiencing the calming and nourishing effects of Healing Touch, which promotes overall well-being by restoring healthy energy flow to the body’s energy fields.


With extensive research backing its effectiveness and endorsements from organizations like the National Holistic Nurses Association, Healing Touch has gained recognition as a trusted form of biofield therapy.The Healing Touch Team’s participation in Hope Day highlights their commitment to supporting the health and wellness of the Greenwich community.


By offering their services at this event, they aim to spread positivity, empower individuals, and foster a sense of connection and healing.


“We believe that events like Hope Day are essential for bringing people together and promoting a sense of hope and resilience, especially during challenging times,” added Gail Covney, another practitioner.  “We’re honored to be a part of it and look forward to sharing our passion for holistic healing with everyone who attends.”


So mark your calendars for April 28, and don’t miss the chance to experience the transformative power of biofield therapy with the Healing Touch Team at Hope Day.


Whether you’re seeking relaxation, stress relief, or simply a moment of rejuvenation, their skilled practitioners are here to support you on your journey to wellness.


Hope Day in Greenwich is a second annual event dedicated to spreading positivity, inspiration, and support throughout the community.


Hope Day is a free event in Greenwich, Connecticut to raise awareness about youth mental health and suicide prevention.


The goal of Hope Day is to foster a sense of hope, connection, and empowerment among individuals and to provide resources and support for those facing challenges in their lives.

It’s often organized by local organizations, community groups, and mental health advocates working together to create a day focused on promoting mental and emotional wellness.

Hope Day is organized by Greenwich Together and The Yellow Tulip Project.


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