January Chronic Pain Support Group Meeting
Jan
3
12:00 PM12:00

January Chronic Pain Support Group Meeting

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This is a group for those seeking support in managing their chronic pain. To share and learn from each other along the challenging path of dealing with ongoing pain. This meeting we will be talking about the year ahead and how we're going to tackle our goals. The hardest part about dealing with chronic pain is feeling less control of your life. We'd love to start the year with the mind set of owning this year. Join us to discuss how you want to own 2018 and what you think will help you achieve it this year.  

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December Chronic Pain Support Group Meeting
Dec
6
12:00 PM12:00

December Chronic Pain Support Group Meeting

This is a group for those seeking support in managing their chronic pain. To share and learn from each other along the challenging path of dealing with ongoing pain. This meeting will focus on how to deal with the chaos that surrounds the Holidays. The pressures of frequent events and obligations that will be occurring in December can take a toll on anyone, but for those with limited energy need extra support. Consider joining us for that support and how to take care of yourself so that you can give to others during the Holiday season.

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Chronic Pain Support Group: Topic Iridology
Dec
7
1:00 PM13:00

Chronic Pain Support Group: Topic Iridology

Come join us for our FREE monthly support group, and learn about Reiki and how you can benefit from it! Reserve your seat here!

About Iridology:

Iridology is a gentle, non-invasive analysis of the colored part of the eye, the iris. The iris shows a display or mapping of the body systems, indicating balances and imbalances. The process is similar to a computer tracking system with a memory.

When specific events occur in one’s life, whether emotional or physical, a corresponding mark, spec or color will appear in the iris. This tracking system begins in the fetus stage in the womb. Hereditary and generational components are reflected thereof.

Iridology is known to be a very precise tool that indicates where strengths and weaknesses are located within the body. There is also a correlation between un-addressed emotional issues and possible effects on specific body organs.

For Example… anger issues with a circumstance and/or human being, can harbor toxicity in the liver. Anger issues may also compromise the spleen, which serves as a part of our immune function. Unexpressed grief may have a deterrent effect on the respiratory system/lungs.

One of the priorities in a (iris reading) consultation is the whole digestive system. What are the condition, shape/toxicity and content of the large intestine/colon? How well are absorption and assimilation being processed? Iridiology provides insights into… if the body is producing or lacking the necessary enzymes for the array of foods one eats. It indicates (for example) whether one has the body ecology for hosting parasites… All of this, plus more can actually be viewed through the eyes.

Headaches and brain fogginess can be directly linked to congestion in the transverse colon. It is vitally important to have a greater understanding and awareness of how a digestive and elimination processes is working.

Here is the thing… your colon is connected to, and has a relationship with every part of the body. The large intestine/colon circulates nutrients to every cell, organ and tissue.

In our society, there has been very little regard for this part of our body!

Other systems observed through the iris and Iridology include:

* Circulation/Heart* Lymph Glands

* Structural/Skeleton

* Reproductive System

*… every part of the body, including emotional states…

The health history of the iris provides one with personal, insightful information into the wholistic picture. It takes into consideration, everything… the mental, emotional, spiritual and physical aspects.

It is an amazing journey to explore one’s own eyes, to discover the hidden knowledge that is revealed within! With these discoveries, one can apply specific healing practices to the areas that require attention.

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Chronic Pain Support Group: Topic Reiki
Nov
2
1:00 PM13:00

Chronic Pain Support Group: Topic Reiki

Come join us for our monthly support group, and learn about Reiki and how you can benefit from it!

About Carol:

"My Reiki journey began when my own health challenges led me to explore the connection between body, mind and spirit. My research led me to the study of Reiki, and I have been practicing Usui Reiki since 2010. I currently blend both Eastern and Western methods, along with mindfulness techniques and what I have learned from many years as an educator to fuel and empower clients’ self-healing.

As a Reiki Master Teacher, I have worked in private practice and have taught Reiki at all levels. I have also worked on the Reiki teams at Emerson Hospital in Concord, MA and Suncoast Hospice in Florida. I am filled with gratitude for the opportunities I have had to share this art of healing touch with others, as well as the impact it has made on my own well-being."

Carol Brown LMT, MEd, Reiki Master Teacher

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Monthly Chronic Pain Support Group
Sep
14
1:00 PM13:00

Monthly Chronic Pain Support Group

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Join us to meet Janine Crifasi, DC, CCST talk about the Brain-Gut Relationship. 

Dr. Janine Crifasi is Director of the Progressive Wellness Program and has been a practicing Chiropractic Physician since 1995. She brings additional skills to ChiroPro Performance Center with post-doctoral training and credentialing of Chiropractic Certification in Spinal Trauma (C.C.S.T).  She is a Certified Wellness Instructor through the Foundation for Wellness Professionals.

Dr. Crifasi’s chiropractic experience goes back to the mid 1980son Long Island, NY.  Both her father and herself had received benefits from this holisitic method of health care. For Dr. Crifasi, this approach came after the need for back surgery.  This experience has helped her be acutely aware of when a chiropractic or an allopathic medicine model is most needed.  Her passion is the emphasis on not only the musculoskeletal system but, the integration of the neurological system, for the benefit of optimal health. She is actively continuing her post-doctoral training in Functional Neurology in pursuit of her diplomate certification.

Please register for your seat in the group, space is limited. Thank you. 

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