FREE LECTURE OFFERS HEALTHY DOSE OF DIVERSITY, WELLNESS EDUCATION AND FUN
Integrative Health Services of Windham Hospital will host Marian Vitali, DC, on March 30, 2011. Her topic will be “Re-Connecting to the Web of Life: Indigenous Perspectives and Practices for Well-Being.” The free lecture will be presented in the Hospital’s Education Center, beginning at 7 PM, and will integrate a few mind-body-spirit principles and practices based on cross-cultural indigenous wisdom. According to Vitali, the evening will “explore opening the heart of well-being, investigate personal focus on energy and attention, and serve as a catalyst for personal growth.”
Dr. Vitali says that when we become aware and available to our inner resources, our potential leaps from the ordinary to the extraordinary. Throughout the program, she will include “gems of wisdom” from diverse cultures and beliefs as she delves into guided relaxation, intuitive exercise, and a closing circle.
Dr. Vitali has devoted 30 years to providing therapeutic wellness services, education, and consultations to many. Her scope of training and education includes chiropractic, acupuncture, massage therapy, energy healing, yoga teacher, mindfulness stress reduction, empowerment, and indigenous energy medicine.
The March 30 event is one of a series of free lectures hosted by the Integrative Health Services Department at Windham Hospital. Future programs in the nine-part series include “Your Health and Intuition: The Essential Connection,” presented by Kimble Greene, PhD, on April 27, and “Skin Cancer Awareness” on May 25, presented by the World Skin Project Group.
For more information please call 860-456-6002. For a complete listing of lecture topics and dates visit www.windhamhospital.org and click on “services,” then “integrative health.”
The educational programs presented by Integrative Health Services are provided as a community service, and are not necessarily endorsements of a particular health regimen or practitioner by Windham Hospital.