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Reconnection With Kelly Woodruff

A few years ago, I came across a modality known as Reconnective Healing. I hestitate to call it a ‘technique’, since that would be too narrow a description.  Eric Pearl had a thriving chiropractic practice in California and after a series of amazing encounters that with humor and eloquence, he shares in his book entitled The Reconnection, he began seeing extraordinary results with his patients that chiropractic alone would not have been expected to treat.  
 
I interviewed Eric a few years ago for Wisdom Magazine and attended a weekend training he offered in Philadelphia.  I was fascinated with the stories Eric and some of the participants and practitioners shared about results they had seen. I had hobbled in with a knee injury that had not responded to massage, yoga and acupressure. I had a dialog with The Divine during which I made a request, “If this stuff really works, I would like my knee to be better.”  By the end of that weekend, the injury vanished and has not returned. 
 
Eric has taught a handful of practitioners to train others.  Kelly Woodruff is one of those certified to do so. Kelly’s  background is diverse and not one that you would think would lend itself to this type of work. His education is in theater and fine arts and he performed on Broadway, as well on national and international tours.  His creative gifts also include costume design.  In addition, he now has an interior design firm. 
 
I was curious to know more about this Renaissance Man, so he shared with me what the modality that so entrances him is about: “The Reconnection and Reconnective Healing use newly available frequencies here on the planet for the first time, to help us to connect to the fullness of The Universe.   When we make this connection we begin to receive the Energy, Light and Information that allows us to heal, expand and evolve”.
 
Curous about outcomes he has  witnessed, Kelly offered: “I have personally observed clients healing from cancer, Lyme disease, chronic headaches, uncontrollable seizures due to Cerebral Palsy, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, MS, and many more challenges.” 
 
How does one go from being an artist, perfomer and interior designer to becoming a practitioner and instructor of such a profound healing force?
 
“I became involved with this work completely by accident, or more accurately by Universal Design without any prior planning on my part.  Having met a practitioner at a party I became interested and subsequently attended a seminar.  The rest is, as they say, history.”
 
Kelly has launched a beautiful hybrid modality called Reconnective Yoga, which he says is “the marriage of the ancient science of Yoga and the new Reconnective Healing Frequencies. This marriage allows for a deeper more expanded practice of yoga, no matter what level the yogi.”  Perfect description since the word yoga means ‘union’. 
 
He enthusiastically expressed, “My life has completely shifted since I became involved with The Reconnection.  I am grateful daily that The Universe had this path in mind for me.”
 
Kelly will be offering a series of events in the Philadelphia area from September 23-28. To register, go to:
 
http://www.reconnectionstore.com/Level-I-II-Philadelphia-100925.aspx    Save $42 use promo code:   PhilES10 
 
 www.thereconnection.com
 


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