Community Healing Day at Unity Church

Unity Church will host a monthly Community Healing Day on November 13, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. The event is designed for people interested in natural health to connect with each other and learn about various therapies and techniques to promote healing and wellness. Local holistic specialists will be on hand to offer low-cost mini-sessions and explain how their modalities can benefit the body and mind.

Visitors can learn about and try Reiki, acupuncture, energy release, sound healing, Bioenergetix detox, aromatherapy, massage therapy, cupping massage, tai chi and intuitive counseling. Both appointments and walk-ins are accepted.

Six featured specialists will offer their holistic services at the Community Healing Day:

Elizabeth Bennett, a licensed acupuncturist who studied at Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts. Using a gentle style, she works with all types of conditions, seeing patients in Pensacola and Gulf Breeze.

  Robert Kalaluhi, a Reiki master and teacher whose energy healing sessions incorporate tai chi, sound healing, and Usui Reiki technique to promote relaxation, induce a dream state and subtly increase energy awareness.

Margie Kalaluhi, an intuitive holistic practitioner who is experienced in several energy healing modalities. She weaves together facets from many practices to create a flowing energetic healing session. 

Renee and Barry, who offer sessions on the John of God Crystal Light Healing Bed, an extension of the healing that happens at the Casa de Dom Inacio in Abadiania, Brazil. 

Will Rosasco, who has 20 years’ experience as an intuitive counselor, medium and psychic. He says he seeks to share divine messages from the angels and to help others by sharing messages from their departed loved ones. “It is my intuitive path to share divine guidance and understanding about life's many questions,” he says.

Linda Stalder, whose passion for natural healing and metaphysics led her to attend Florida’s Therapeutic Massage School and the Barbara Brennan School of Healing. She is also a wellness advocate for DoTerra essential oils, which she uses in her practice.

Unity Church is located at 716 N. 9th Ave., Pensacola, FL. For more information, call Margie Kalaluhi at 850-291-0848 or visit

Marina C. Quick is a contributing writer.

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