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The term "grounding" is showing up increasingly in terms of its relationship to our health. Join Nurse Practitioner and Certified Eden Energy Medicine Advanced Practitioner Gail Jett as she provides an overview of the topic including the history, scientific contributions and health benefits of grounding. Students will learn several easy techniques that can help to ground one's self.
Saturday, October 5, 2019, CHLAB 301
Reiki, an ancient Japanese form of hands-on healing, promotes relaxation, balance, and well-being using the life-force energy called Ki. Scientific studies have validated that Reiki treatments can shorten recovery times after surgeries and injuries, lower resting heart rate and blood pressure, and impart feelings of peace and calm. Learn about the history of Reiki, how to use it to promote healing for yourself and others, and practice giving and receiving Reiki. Receive documentation of completion as a Reiki I practitioner. Students are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing. Bring a pen, journal, water and a lunch.
Saturday, October 19, 2019, DPLSI
For students who have completed Reiki I, this class teaches techniques to promote emotional and mental healing, and to provide long distance healing. Students are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing. Bring a pen, journal, water and a lunch.
Saturday, November 16, 2019, DPLSI
Buddha taught that we all have a naturally conscious and loving presence. However, we get distracted by our reactions to life situations and develop habits of mind that overshadow our original nature. This class will explore how the Buddhist point of view guides the way to remembering the true heart/mind of compassion.
October 10, 2019 to November 14, 2019, Natural Mind Dharma Center
Leave your holiday stress at the door and allow yourself to focus on mind and body fitness. Learn fundamental yoga poses with a sense of exploration and mindfulness of breath. Gain muscle awareness while focusing on proper form and positioning. All experience and skill levels welcome. Use of props is encouraged, so bring a yoga mat, firm blanket (wool or cotton), and a block. Strap or tie optional.
December 2-18, 2019, BEC 0151