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Journey to Healing: For People and Animals

Journey to Healing was founded in Tucson in 1996 by Linda Johns, an animal communicator and healing practitioner whose original passions guided her into nutrition and shamanic practices. She became a certified practitioner in the healing arts, including breath work, Barbara Brennon’s Universal Hands of Light, Reiki, Intuitive Emotional Freedom Technique and PSYCH-K, plus quantum coaching and Arcturian healing.

Johns blends her intuitive abilities, compassion and many healing modalities, depending on the client’s intention and goal, to create a unique and individualized spirit-guided session. She discovered that by empowering the person and giving them takeaway tools, many clients’ concerns are resolved in one session.

Johns uses her telepathic and intuitive skills to bridge mind to mind with animals, regardless of distance, to bring clarity into all levels of concerns. She has been the voice of animals for over 20 years, bringing clarity and insight to many concerns like emotional, behavioral, health and quality of life. Energy healing and flower essences often complement the session.

Johns offers Whale and Dolphin Healing Retreats and classes in personal growth, awakening and developing intuition, healing arts and animal communication. She is expanding her classes this year, available locally in person and worldwide through teleconference calls. Journey to Healing can be heard on News for the Soul Broadcast, on the first Thursday of the month at 2 p.m. (pacific).

For more information, call 520-825-4645 or visit

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