News Release: 1/4/2019January 04, 2019FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Alternate pain care will be explored at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 3832 SR 6, Tunkhannock on Saturday, January 12, 2019 from 1:00 pm- 4:00 pm,
Speakers will provide information regarding alternative ideas and ways to care for yourself when you are in pain from an accident or mental or physical impairment. People will be available to speak to privately throughout the day as well as speaking to the folks present at certain times. Some speakers will attend to the spiritual wellness of individuals with ideas and techniques to reduce stress and pain.
The speakers and topics include the following:
Centered Heart of Wellness: During the transitions in life, pain and stress cause congestion and/or blocks to our energy system. Through Healing Touch in a heart centered and intentional way, I clear and balance your energy system to enhance and support your physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health and healing. Everyone will receive a small gift and there will be a drawing. Gail Ide, BSN, RN
Columbia Care is the nation’s largest and most experienced provider of cannabis-based products and services, operating in 13 states and territories and reaching more than half of the U.S. population with its transformative pharmaceutical-quality medicines. Columbia Care is committed to providing the best patient experience, with dedicated professionals at each dispensary who spend time with each patient and fully understand their needs. The company provides the highest-quality and most consistent cannabis-based medical and wellness products that are continuously being improved based on new medical research and real patient outcomes.
Certified Integrative Health Coach, author and public speaker, Donna LaBar, is a passionate coach of natural, alternative and integrative approaches to healing from illness and disease, getting healthy and staying healthy! Donna loves to cook and teach systems to achieve quick and easy health restoration. Her book, Simple.Natural.Healing. was released in September 2016 by Morgan James Publishing in New York, NY. Visit her blog on www.donnalabar.com
Other speakers include: Dr. James Poepperling, acupuncture; Laura Heller, biofeedback.
St. Peter’s is a place for spiritual healing and care. We offer this workshop for the community to learn about safe options for pain relief.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT REV. LOU DIVIS AT 570-878-4670
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The Episcopal Church is a spiritual home free of judgment and inclusive for all.
Contact:Lou Divis(570) 878-4670