Upcoming events

    • June 12, 2018
    • 4:00 PM
    • Call in Teleseminar

    Plantar Fasciitis Teleseminar for II

    Healing Your Feet: Emotional Causes of Plantar Fasciitis

    Join us with Maureen Minnehan Jones RN on her experience and successful results of using Imagery to heal Plantar Fasciitis. She will introduce her Modus Operandi Technique. Maureen will present a case history and will have her client who successfully cleared her plantar fasciitis with Maureen on the call with us.

    This is a FREE teleseminar offering 1 CEU credit for RNs. If you are an RN, please provide your license number when you register.


    1. Discover and understand the emotional origin or the psychological meaning of Plantar Fasciitis and how deleting this pattern can help heal your feet.

    2. Learn how to release the main emotional component of Plantar Fasciitis out of the body with the Modus Operandi Technique.

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    Maureen Minnehan Jones, RN is an Author, Speaker, Guided Imagery Practitioner. Her book Wisdom to Wellness is an International Book Award winner and an important work on applying imagery in your practice. You can find her book at on her website at:

    • October 26, 2018
    • 3:00 PM
    • October 28, 2018
    • 3:00 PM
    • Vallombrosa Retreat Center, Menlo Park

    The 10th Annual Imagery International Conference, Menlo Park, CA

    October 26-28, 2018


    Strengthening Imagery Skills for an Era of

    Environmental Uncertainty

    This year we want to explore our relationship to the Earth, the environmental changes that are impacting us, and what imagery tools we can enhance and develop to take care of ourselves, as well as to assist others, as issues of climate change arise.

    At this time we delve into several important questions:

    What is my personal relationship to the Earth?

    How do imagery and nature inform and guide me?

    What imagery tools can I offer to help others in this time

    of environmental uncertainty?