Event Information:

  • Wed
    28
    Nov
    2018

    Bitterroot Valley Holistic Networking

    10 - 11 AMThe Heartism Center, 1120 Main Street, Corvallis MT
    A Dynamic Group is Forming in the Bitterroot Valley!
    Sacred Valley Alliance*
    Are you a Holistic Health Practitioner?
    Be a founding member of a networking and support group we are starting in the Bitterroot Valley. Gain business contacts, experience the support of your colleagues and hear dynamic and entertaining speakers (or be one!). What if business were done in a spirit of nurturing and mutual support, rather than competition? Come prepared to offer a brief synopsis of what you do, pass flyers or business cards around, and enjoy your cohorts. All those in the healing and intuitive arts and supportive businesses are most welcome.
    *Our eventual name will be determined by group involvement. Seeking Co-Leaders. For more information, contact Jade.
    BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATION 
    Individually:
    • Opportunity to meet and trade sessions, to better understand each other’s work and form a referral base of practitioners. Healers get healing sessions!
    • Create support for each other in the healing arts
    • Learn presentation and leadership skills in the meeting and mini-workshops we may want to offer membership, on topics such as branding, marketing, and advertising as a healer
    • Learn to be succinct and inspire curiosity by how we introduce our work
    • Learn to honor time frames and cultivate a welcoming environment in our practices, offering exquisite customer/ client service
    • Promote inclusivity and diversity in the Valley
    Collectively:
    • Develop community presence as a group
    • Explore opportunities to help educate about and expose the work that we do (Farmer’s Market, health fairs, partnerships with other business owners)
    • Use of co-creative partnerships for our meeting place and the business services we use
    • Develop a Directory of Practitioners for distribution in the Bitterroot Valley
    Jade founded a similar organization, The Healing River Alliance in Bastrop, Texas in 2004. That group is still going strong and publishes an annual directory.