Avail of Sattvah sessions, classes, and consultations online via freeconfrencecall.com with these simple steps:
Be aware of the service/class/session you want to avail of and ask if online attendance is available for the particular service you want.
Confirm the date(s) of the service/class/session you want to attend via Facebook private message (pm), Meetup private message, or Email: email@example.com.
Provide your email address via Facebook private message (pm), Meetup private message,or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Sattvah will invite you to the Freeconference portal.
IMPORTANT! Complete all pre-service/class/session requirements, if any (i.e. Payment of fees/tuition/energy exchanges, documents that need to be read before hand, etc.). Please send proof of payment, i.e. deposit slip, transaction number, to Sattvah via email, Facebook private message, or Meetup private message prior to the event.
It is encouraged that online participants of a Sattvah session/event physically gather around one online portal (one computer), if possible (refer to image below). This promotes the growth of community via sharing, as well as bandwidth usage efficiency.
Click “Menu” on the upper left-hand side of the page.
Click “Join Meeting”
Type out “Sattvah888” in the box that says “Online Meeting ID.”
Type out your name and email address in the boxes shown, then click on “Join Meeting.”
Click the video icon you will see on the screen. Wait to be acknowledged by the host.
About Sattvah Wellness
The word “Sattvah” is a play on the Sanskrit word “sattva,” which originally means “Truth” or “Being” or “Essence.”
In 2007, the presence of Guan Yin guided David Montecillo and Claudine Mangasing to establish a small center in Manila, Philippines as an oasis for those who are seeking Truth and healing. This center was named “Sattvah” in honor of the Bodhisattva Guan Yin.
Sattvah Wellness Center
Room 309, Llanar Buidling,
77 Xavierville Ave., Quezon City