In this workshop, Enolia Foti will introduce you to a self-empowerment process that shares breakthrough thinking to release judgment and move past fearful thinking. If you truly want to change in your life, this method will guide you.
Enolia has traveled around the world to study with many native medicine people. Spanning the Ojibwa nation of Canada; Lakota, Yaqui, Hopi, Apache nations of the U.S.; the Q’eros of Peru, the Mapuche of Chile, the Toltec of New Mexico and the Luhya of Kenya just to name a few. Bringing back the gift to heal the luminous body at an energetic level.
Enolia, Orator has received the spirit name Changing Times Woman from her Ojibwe Elder. She walks the path set before her to Teach, Counsel, Heal and Empower.
Enolia is a graduate of Alberto Villoldo’s Four Winds Light Body School where she received the 13 Rites of the Munay-ki from the Q’eros Indians of Peru.
Her 20+ years navigating the dynamics of the corporate world fortified her toolbox with – leadership development, performance excellence, and empowerment coaching. She networked entire IT solutions for global organizations, in the profit and non-profit
sectors, holds multiple certifications in technology, served on multiple boards, is an ordained minister and is certified in various empowerment methods.
Enolia holds a degree in Mathematics and graduated in the top 1% of her MBA class. She weaves her 20+years in business with her deep knowledge of the language of the Soul to help conscious professionals committed to personal development take their mission and vision to the next level.
Enolia anchors corporate experience with her broad teachings that include many facets of Energetic Medicine - all focused-on healing and the empowerment of the soul.
By sharing the ancient practices and teachings through modern empowerment Enolia is a Modern Day Medicine Woman.
More about Enolia: www.enoliafoti.com
Please arrive 15 minutes early and bring your own reusable water bottle as water is provided. Come with comfortable clothing.
We recommend ride sharing, but there is also street parking available on Lincoln Blvd, Nowita Pl, Palms Blvd, Superba Ave, and other neighborhood streets.