Medical Qigong Clinic
Medical Qigong is an ancient healing modality that works energetically on the body by addressing the: mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects. The treatment consists of diagnosis, cleansing, tonification, and regulating the 5 main organs: Lungs, Liver, Heart, Spleen, and Kidneys. This allows for the body to balance on all levels. Guided placement of hands on treatment, subtle and gentle massage, meditations, breathing exercises, Qigong exercises may also assist the patient for: stress reduction, relief of physical or emotional traumas, headaches, and other health concerns.
This offer is being extended through our spiritual, healing, and energetic friends, family and communities. This rate will last through 2012, you are not limited to the amount of sessions you can participate in, however appointments book fast. Take advantage of this time to help yourself help othersby being in full alignment with your purpose and health. Suggested donation $45, by appointment only
Asian Integrative Medicine, Inc. located in East Boca Raton
in Palm Place 2298 NW 2nd Ave #16 Boca Raton, FL 33431
561.393.6513 for appointment
Introducing, Enrique Diaz. He is a pranic healing practitioner and licensed massage therapist and also craniosacral therapist.
Master Choa Kuk Sui's pranic healing is a simple, powerful, and effective no-touch healing technique. It is based n the principle that the body is a self repairing living entity that possesses the ability to heal itself. Balancing & Healing" of one’s physical, etheric, emotional & mental bodies.
Craniosacral therapy CST is a gentle, hands-on method of evaluating and enhancing the functioning of a physiological body system called the craniosacral system - comprised of the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord. Using a soft touch generally no greater than 5 grams, or about the weight of a nickel, practitioners release restrictions in the craniosacral system to improve the functioning of the central nervous system. By complementing the body's natural healing processes, CST is increasingly used as a preventive health measure for its ability to bolster resistance to disease, and is effective for a wide range of medical problems associated with pain and dysfunction.
If you are interested in a session he is still offering introductory pranic healing sessions and craniosacral work at a suggested donation of $40. The first pranic healing session is approx 1.5 hours, and craniosacral work is apporox 30-50 minutes. Please phone or email to confirm an appointment at: Office: (561).393-6513 Cell: (561).603-6910 ;
***Extra note: Dr. Lisa Perdue – D.O.M. offers Qi Gong classes as well as her expertise with energetical acupuncture. Please contact her at the above telephone numbers and/or email.
GRANDFATHER RICK'S WEBSITE:
Grandfather Rick provides amazing workshops with sacredness and with the Native American lineage he was born into. He is a phenomenal teacher of great wisdom. His heart is wider than the Universe and he remains devoted to being a servant of the highest level on this earth.
You will love his workshops. They one of the best I have ever taken and participated in.
Grandfather Rick teaches out of Pearl Raubert's Retreat Center. Check her website for topices and dates.
The Meaning of Our Symbol
The outer ring, the inner ring, or cairn, and the cross bars reference the Medicine Wheel. The color scheme of the outer ring is personal to me, as it should be with everybody who works with the Four Winds: there is no "standard" color scheme. Most people, however, use black where I have used blue. Using blue acknowledges my Tsalagi heritage.
The inner ring, or cairn, is solid red. It is the good red road and the sacred hoop, the circle of life, which is at the center of, and encompasses all that is.
The cross bars are the double helixes of our genetic code. Notice the colors segue at random throughout, the four colors symbolizing all the races of human kind merging and blending together over time, and in no particular order. On the surface, it is the symbol of the mixed blood. But the deeper meaning, of course, is the statement, "We Are One."
The original feathers were Red Tail Hawk tail feathers, which are personal to me. However, I have had the symbol digitized and the feathers are more "generic." I am still working on the symnbol and when I am able to, the original feathers will likely be restored.
I had for some time carried this image in my head. I now carry it on my arm. I suppose a person could write a lengthy thesis on the many levels of meaning here, but I will leave that to those who like discovering these things on their own.