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Visit the master healer in Glenwood Springs and enlighten up

Kay Vasilakis
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Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
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GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado ” Catherine Morgan believes healing, teaching and expanding consciousness is her path, her purpose on this planet.

In order to facilitate healing, her practice considers many aspects of a client’s life, including spirituality, resentment, anger and fear.

“Cat” started Energy Works! in 1998. Her formal training started with Therapeutic Touch, an energy-based approach to healing. She is certified in Healing Touch method, Energetic Healing, Reiki Master and Advanced Hypnotherapy techniques, in which past-life and life-between-life regressions can help people experientially remember who they are.



Morgan goes over an in-depth intake with each person to find out where the blocked energies are and how she can help.

“Everyone is different, and yet everyone is the same,” she said. “Everybody has different issues. It’s not just about what I think someone needs.”



The healer teaches grounding techniques to help her clients connect to the planet, and to empty resentments or fears. As those things are emptied, thoughts are quieted, and that makes room to come back up, regenerate and make room for new, higher energy.

“If you don’t own your ‘stuff,’ you can’t let it go, and it feels so good to let it go,” she continued. “Be open to the journey and let it unfold.”

“I teach my clients tools to use when things are not OK. To stand on their own power and move through their path with ease and grace. How to create on a cognitive level to bring in what they want to experience.”

Morgan’s specialty is trauma release and clearing. She explained that when someone has a trauma, it feels like it happened yesterday, even though the trauma may have occurred several years ago.

“The work I do allows this trauma to integrate,” she went on. “It is not about erasing or completely forgetting what has happened, but when this work is done, it will simply feel farther away from you, so you can move on with your life. Depending on the trauma, sometimes other work is involved, like forgiveness. Forgiveness is not about condoning what horrible act someone has done, it is about letting go. Suffering is a choice. You don’t have to suffer to expand your consciousness.”

Cancer patients in need of alternative healing may contact Kristin MacDermott of Pathfinders and Aspen Valley Hospital. Morgan is registered with Pathfinders, which is affiliated with the hospital.

Morgan is not completely serious or filled with weighty issues. She is a multi-faceted and talented person. You might have seen her on Sunlight Mountain as a ski patroller, or floating on a raft on the Colorado River. Wherever you might have seen her, she was probably laughing.

Morgan started training for the Sunlight Ski Patrol in 2004. She is a Outdoor Emergency Care instructor and evaluator. She is grateful to be a part of a group of diverse people she considers to be her second family.

“The best thing people can do to make our jobs as patrollers easier is to follow the rules of the resort … like staying inbounds so you don’t get caught in an avalanche, or getting yourself hurt where we won’t be looking for you, and not making jumps that are hazardous for others. And ” slow down.”

Morgan has a new CD, “Grounding Meditation with Mother Earth,” which can be purchased at the Energy Works! office by calling 274-1625. It will be available sometime this week.

Morgan wants potential clients to know she is a master healer and teacher, but she has her own issues and practices every day to empty and regenerate herself. When she needs it, she seeks out someone to help.

“I am humbled and honored to do this work of helping others to free themselves of suffering,” Morgan concluded.


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