Guest Speaker Rev. Darby Mackenzie Line: Service & Workshop

 

The workshop in the afternoon will build on the concept of essential oils as “little bottles of God energy” and will provide a practical understanding of what they are, how they work, and how they are perfectly designed to support our emotional and spiritual well-being. The workshop will last 2 hours, and will conclude with a gentle guided visualization, using specific oils to balance each chakra. Participants will leave feeling deep peace! This 2 hour workshop is $20 per person. Florida Licensed Massage Therapists can earn 2 hours of live continuing education credits for this workshop. LMTs would need to bring their license in order to receive the credits.

 

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Darby Mackenzie Line is an ordained interfaith/interspiritual minister, a bodyworker, aromatherapist, and energy healer. Her life journey includes a BA in Music, an MA in Journalism, 12 years directing non-profit programs for the elderly, 4 years in broadcast journalism and public relations, 6 years in international cultural exchange in Eastern Europe, and 25 years in the healing arts as a licensed massage therapist, certified clinical aromatherapist and Reiki master.

Ordained by One Spirit Interfaith Seminary in New York. Darby maintains a private practice as a Life Celebrant and aromatic healer. (www.RevDarby.com) She is active in Broward County interfaith organizations, is a volunteer for VITAS Health Care/Hospice, and serves as the Interfaith & Healing Ministries Associate on the staff of St. Martin Episcopal Church in Pompano Beach. She has been married to Dr. Joseph Line, a professional musician, since 1973. Together they have a wonderful son and daughter-in-law, and they share their home and lives with two adorable shih-tzus.

In describing her ministry in the world, Darby says:

“By honoring and celebrating diversity and the presence of the Divine in all of Creation through meaningful, inclusive ceremonies and prayerful healing work, I hope to serve as a bridge of peace and understanding in a world that is so greatly in need of them. I vow to keep my eyes and ears open to hear Spirit's call, and to keep my heart and hands always ready to respond with courage and compassion.”