New Book Depicts Spiritual Renewal




Richmond writer, teacher and energy healer Cheryl Pallant has published her 11th book, Ginseng Tango, a memoir about grief and spiritual renewal that chronicles living and teaching at a university in South Korea. It shows the joys and struggles of being a foreigner, her involvement with tango, Buddhism, shamanism, spirits and acupuncture while going through a divorce and coping with North Korean missiles.

         Ginseng Tango documents the challenges and awakenings that led Pallant to return to Richmond and become an energy healer. Specializing in reiki and Healing Touch, she founded The Wellness Space, where she offers sessions in energy healing, somatic and creativity coaching and intuitive guidance.

For more information, email Cheryl.Pallant@gmail.com or visit CherylPallant.com.

 

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