Joanne Leffeld is offering a workshop titled, "An Intuitive and Compassionate Approach to Money" at the Marbletown Community Center, Stone Ridge, NY
Free Holistic Self-Care Classes
Sponsored by The Rondout Valley Holistic Health Community
Held at Marbletown Community Center | 1st Thursday Monthly | 7-8:30pm
Within the Rondout Valley Holistic Health Community, healthcare takes body, mind, emotions, and spirit into account. As health issues are addressed, individuals play an active and responsible role in the healing process. To help community members learn how to help themselves, we offer a series of monthly classes in holistic self-care. Your body knows how to heal itself when given the proper support. Come and learn a variety of methods to support your own well-being. See www.RVHHC.org.
Join us Thursday, April 5th for
An Intuitive and Compassionate Approach to Money
with Joanne Leffeld
In this class, Joanne will take you on a journey to uncover unconscious attitudes and beliefs that could be limiting your sense of abundance and security. What hold you back from letting go of the fear of never having enough? Learn all about financial tools in a compassionate, non-judgmental and simplified way to help you make financial decisions. Come explore, learn and get empowered in your relationship with money.
“A million thanks for your wisdom, tenacity, and support. I am so grateful to have gone to your workshop. Things are changing and you have been a big part in that process.”
Joanne Leffeld began her career as a Certified Financial Planner working in the New York Metropolitan area. After several years, she moved to the Hudson Valley, joining her husvan in building their lighting design company, Ledspin.
Joanne has created a unique business using a holistic approach to money. Her primary goal is to educate and empower clients. She genuinely believes anyone is capable of making intelligent financial choices when given proper tools and knowledge. She endeavors to remove shame, fear and feelings of ignorance about financial matters. Joanne refers to herself as the “Moolah Doula”, helping people give birth to a healthier relationship with money.