Thursday, December 25, 2014

Acupuncture Presentation at Merging Hearts

Acupuncture in the 21st Century

January 11, 2015 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm - 

Educational Event | with Michael Vahila, LAC, LMT
Learn about the history and philosophy of acupuncture. We’ll look at how it works, how it is being used in modern times and how it can help you.

In all health care systems there must be a way to evaluate the current state of health. Traditionally, acupuncture uses tongue and pulse to help determine the state of the patient. Over 70 years ago, Dr. Nakatani developed a system that graphically shows how the energy flows in the body.The Acugraph Meridain Imaging System takes advantage of the computer to quickly and graphically show the results. We’ll take a look at the energy of volunteers from the audience.

East Meets West
People in America are still in the process of integrating the “wisdom of the East” into our culture. Western medicine has made great advances in reliving suffering but still comes up short for many people. Come learn about a time tested, natural option for pain, chronic conditions and difficult to treat issues.

Michael Vahila, LAC, LMT
Michael Vahila

Michael is a National Board Certified Acupuncturist and Licensed Massage Therapist.  In addition to his private practice, he has been teaching massage therapy at Stark State College for over 15 years. On Sunday, January 11, he’ll be sharing the benefits of acupuncture from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM at Merging Hearts.
For more information contact:  Michael Vahila, LAC, LMT, 330-477-0777
January 11, 2015
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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Merging Hearts Holistic Center
3751 Burrshire Drive NW, Canton, OH44709 United States
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http://merginghearts.orgMerging Hearts Holistic Center is a non-profit educational and cultural community offering opportunities to nurture the mind, heal the body and awaken the spirit.

Merging Hearts Holistic Center a non-profit 501-C3. A free-will donation of $5 is suggested for most events & classes at the center. All donations are tax deductible.

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Money: Master the Game by Tony Robbins

I don't usually write about money.  My practice is about physical health.  But the reality is, you can't be truly physically healthy if you are not also mentally, emotionally, spiritually and financially healthy.

So by way of encouraging you to put a little thought into your financial health, I'd like to recommend a book.  Money: Master the Game is an excellent place to start.  It will save you time and money by taking advantage of the insights Tony Robbins shares.

I've learned the hard way that many of the suggestions Tony doles out are true.  I've paid high fees in mutual funds, chased performance in managed funds, started saving too late, failed to create a plan and be committed consistently to it.  I know I'm not alone in this.  Financial information is contradictory and confusing.  Everybody has a point of view.

There is no "spoiler alert" here.  I won't even begin to boil down the 600 pages for you.  I'll just encourage you to take your time, read it and ACT on it.

So while this is not in my scope of practice to consult with you on money, let me refer you to an expert; Tony Robbins.