Her love shines through and is totally infectious...
“Each time I practiceSheng Zhen, I feel renewed. There’s a deep, inner contentment and sense of peace and harmony. Rebecca is an excellent teacher and ambassador for Sheng Zhen. Her love for it shines through and is totally infectious.” –John Brierley, Anacortes, WA
The pain in my knee is gone.
"First I was a little skeptical about Sheng Zhen, but I decided to give it a try for a while and to keep my mind open to a new practice. I have been doing this for a of couple months now, and I have noticed that I do not have pain in my left knee as I used to have it before. Now I can go up and down the stairs and walk without the pain. Thank you for introducing the Sheng Zhen practice to me." - Pallu, Mercer Island, WA
I would recommend her to anyone...
“Rebecca is a gifted and intuitive healer. Her love and passion for sharing empowerment practices are evident in both her presence and instruction. I would recommend her to anyone I knew to be a true seeker of knowledge, wisdom, peace, healing, joy, and/or spiritual growth and transformation. Thank you Rebecca, for helping me get to a true “Yes” to life!” -Robyn F., Hawaii
The perfect Qigong teacher!
“Rebecca’s soft, calm demeanor makes her the perfect Qigong teacher! Just being in her presence helped me relax and slow down.” –Pamela Nixon, Anacortes, WA
Rebecca is also a Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner and has been a Reiki practitioner since 1997. She has been a Sheng Zhen teacher since 2008, practicing since 2006. In 2012, Master Li Junfeng, founder of the International Sheng Zhen Society, requested Rebecca’s help with rewriting his instructional book, Sheng Zhen Wuji Yuan Gong: A Return to Oneness.
Her commitment to spreading love and light is evident in the work she does helping others learn how to live happier, healthier, juicier lives. She is known to be a “possibility realist”—offering uplifting spiritual guidance while also grounded in reality.
Rebecca has run her own business, Elemental Harmony, PLLC since 2007 and currently lives in Seattle.
*Regarding pronunciation, Clio is pronounced klahy-oh.