Cancer Summit Offers Personal Empowerment
Cynthia Hofmann-Coale, NTP, CNHP
The Well of Life We l l - ness Center, with locations in Bethlehem and Ottsville, will offer a Cancer Summit on April 15 at noon in Seminar Hall, in Ottsville. “Do not let fear cripple you any longer!” exhorts founder Cynthia Hofmann-Coale, NTP, CNHP. “You will be educated on what cancer is, why it develops and the stages of degeneration that occur in the body. There are methods to become an active participant in the rebuilding, restructuring and the re-establishment of your body using natural means.”
After 11 years of service through the Well of Life Center, Hofmann-Coale’s knowledge of natural health and the inner workings of the body has allowed thousands of clients to experience true healing from the inside-out. Today, her greatest passion is to share that knowledge with audiences in informative, engaging events that will leave them enlightened, educated and most importantly, empowered to make the best choices for their own healing.
Cost is $50 person, including lunch. Location: 8340 Easton Rd. Ottsville. To register. call 610-847-1941.