Katlin Friedman

Katlin Friedman

Through Divine Love Infinite Possibilities

Katlin and her Crystal Lyre will gently infuse pure sound and hands-on healing through and around your body and Life force field. You will relax deeply as Katlin’s loving touch assists you in releasing energy that no longer serves you, clearing and balancing your body, mind, spirit and energetic field.
As your Being fills with high vibrating Divine energy, pure sound, loving intention and sacred light, you will gently return with your soul singing and your body nurtured, nourished and refreshed.

An Usui /Tibetan Master, Katlin has volunteered at St. Charles Hospital Cancer Center Integrative Therapies Department from 2013. Patients notice increased well-being and decreased anxiety and pain.

Katlin practiced as “Light Touch Reiki Experience” at the Bend Reiki Clinic from 2014 to 2017. Each Client-Friend is cherished and given tender loving care.

Animals hold a special place in Katlin’s heart and her Guardian Pet Care service offers her animal clients anxiety and pain relief in person or at a distance.

Fusing intuitive direction, guided insight, loving heart connection and focused intention, Katlin’s touch of Light is in alignment with her client’s personal desires at their highest expression.  

About Katlin

Katlin Friedman grew up providing hands-on healing to her family and friends. Naturally empathic, her early childhood memories include hours of laying-on-of-hands through empathic massage. Over the years Katlin has studied and lovingly applied many healing modalities as learned from gifted teachers. Katlin centers in a space of healing light always while trusting her Loving Heart Intention, intuitive guidance and a deep connection to the Master Healer and Ascended Masters while deeply grounded on our Mother Earth.

Katlin and her husband Lester have loved living in Bend since 1998. Katlin has a devoted contemplative practice of Centering Prayer meditation and is associated with Central Oregon Contemplative Outreach leadership team. She has practiced yoga for 46 years and savors time with family, friends, animals and nature. She is grateful for her husband, Lester and their cat Maddie and dog Angel.

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