This page contains a Flash digital edition of a book.
Community EVENTS Saturday, March 1

Healing Thru Calligraphy. 9am-4pm. Learn the Foundational alphabet and an easy mind- fulness relaxation technique while you leave your stress behind and have fun with others. Led by Kathleen Holterman, artist and cal- ligrapher, this one day class for beginners, gives you the calligraphy basics to build any alphabet from. All materials you need to start will be provided. Bring a word, phrase or quote that you like. The class will be held in Jamestown at my home studio. Only 8 stu- dents per class will provide personal attention. Bring a brown bag lunch – drinks provided. Cost for the class is $95 for one or bring a friend for $75 each. We hope you will join us! To register email healingthrucalligraphy@ with your contact information or call Kathleen Holterman 336-209-7363. Like Healing Thru Calligraphy on Facebook. Com- ing soon Gift certificates and ongoing classes are avail- able. Healing Thru Calligraphy promotes mindfulness and healing through the practice of calligraphy.

Past Life Workshop. 10am-6pm. This experi- ential workshop takes us on a journey of healing. We will discuss what our past life connections can entail, how we bring forth karma and cords, how we are connected with certain individuals, and most importantly how can we bring forth this knowledge and heal aspects we need to heal. Participants will be able to share their personal experiences and connections. For more info & registration:

Sunday, March 2

Transforming Life with Greater Wellness & Happiness. 4-6;30pm. Powerful experiential workshop. FREE. Speaker: Dr. Aditi Dave. Venue: Shepherd's Center, 1700 Ebert St, Winston-Salem, NC 27103

Thursday, March 6

An Introduction to the Happiness Program & Living Stress Free. 6PM-7:30PM. FREE. Venue: Shepherd's Center, 1700 Ebert St, Winston- Salem, NC 27103

Path To Wellness. 7-8:20pm. First Thursday monthly. Facilitated by Lori Loveland, M.A., Center Director. Everyone wants to enjoy a happy healthy life and there are many ideas about how to achieve this. At ‘Path to Well- ness’, we will share with you some of the foundational principles that guide our therapy programs and help you understand the com- mon threads that connect our healthcare of- ferings at the center. This introductory class is intended to shed light on some of the basic ‘stepping stones’ to harnessing your healing potential and to provide you with a foundation to capitalize on the therapeutic opportunities that may lay ahead on your personal path to wellness. This class is helpful to people with pain, stress, FM and musculoskeletal issues and is free to the community. Location: Inte-


grative Therapies, 7-E Oak Branch Dr., GSO. Call 336-294-0910 to register. For more info:

Friday, March 7

Woman to Woman. 1:30-2:30pm. First Friday monthly. Woman to Woman is a support group for all women who are seeking a life of har- mony and peace. Through the sharing of life experiences, participants provide one an- other with support, strength and the common bond of friendship. The group provides a safe, nurturing environment for women to gather and share their concerns, experiences and wisdom. Registration not required. No set fee, but donations are appropriate. The group is led by Pat Tadlock, RN NP, a retired Women's Health Nurse Practitioner. She also provides Healing Touch and Reiki at the Center. Loca- tion: 1623 York Ave, Ste. 103, HP. For more info call 841-4307 or visit

Saturday, March 8

Free Qigong in High Point. 9 am. Join instruc- tor Rodney Owen, who is a practitioner and teacher of Taijiquan, Qigong, Kung Fu, and Meditation for this free monthly event spon- sored by The Center for Holistic Healing and Insight Taiji. This event is held at Festival Park, Oak Hollow Lake in High Point. Alternative location in case of rain will be at The Center for Holistic Healing studio, 1623York Ave Ste. 103, High Point. Qigong is a gentle, medita- tive, self-nurturing exercise, and an excellent complementary healing practice. This training is low-impact and is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels. For more info,call The Cen- ter for Holistic Healing at 841-4307 or visit

Community Wellness Clinic. 11am - 4pm at Alamance Wellness Studio in Burlington. The Community Wellness Clinic is a sliding scale clinic for alternative & holistic health educa- tion, classes & treatments. Services include but are not limited to: yoga, meditation & parenting workshops, massage therapy, reiki, reflexology, postural screenings, tuning fork therapy & mini-facials. Call 336-270-9118 or visit for more information. Sliding scale of $15-40/ service or $5-$10 for each workshop attended. Appointments recommended.

Chronic Muscular Pain Class. 1-3pm. Facili- tated by Becky Joyce. Certified Neuromuscu- lar Therapist and Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist (#306). Come join us for this informative class. We will be discussing the role of muscles being a major cause of pain. Trigger points, which are hyperirritable areas in muscle or fascia that can refer pain, burning, numbness, and tingling, to other areas of the body causing headaches, neck aches, facial pain and shoulder, arm and leg pain. We will talk about how postural distor- tions and lack of movement can contribute to pain, with your permission trigger points will be identified. You will learn what you can do or not do to reduce your pain. I bring twenty-

five years of expertise in muscular pain, and have helped thousands of clients. My work has primarily been in clinical settings, includ- ing working nine years with Neurologists and sixteen years with Physical Therapists. I would like to help you also. Cost $10. Call 336-314- 9019 to register or for more information

Ayurveda 101. 2-4pm. Ayurveda is the 5,000 year-old system of natural health care in India that is yoga's sister science. Following an overview of Ayurveda, you will determine your dosha--your individual mind/body type- -and learn how to maintain health and wellbe- ing with diet and lifestyle practices that follow the rhythms of nature. With Jane Allen, RYT (500), C.Ayur. Location: 127 Jonestown Rd, WS. Cost: $20. Call 336-416-8157 or email to RSVP.

Sunday, March 9

Reiki Level II Class. 9am-5pm. Led by: Pat Tadlock, RN, NP-CE, CHTP, Reiki Master Teacher and Reflexology Practitioner. Reiki Level II expands upon the techniques learned in Reiki I. Participants will draw and translate the three symbols used for power, mental/ emotional and distant Reiki. We will practice using the symbols as we review hand posi- tions. Each participant will give and receive two Reiki sessions using the symbols during the class. We will participate in a ritual at- tunement ceremony. The perspectives learned in Reiki II will enhance the degree of perfor- mance in the promotion of relaxation and wellness. The Reiki philosophy shared in this class will be based on the teachings of Mikao Usui and his system of natural healing. Pat has been practicing energy therapy for over 15 years. Cost: $125-includes a manual and all class supplies. Bring a light lunch. Water, tea, coffee and light snacks will be provided. Class size is limited. Please call by March 4 to pre- register. A $25 nonrefundable fee deposit due at registration. Fees can be applied to a future Reiki class, but will not be refunded as it is used to purchase class materials. Location: 1623 York Ave, Ste. 103, HP. For more info call 841-4307 or visit

Book Discussion: Past Lives, Dreams and Soul Travel. 1-2:30pm. Everyone Welcome! Super- charge your spiritual growth! Book copies available online and at the class. Location: Triad Eckankar Center, 1912 Eastchester Dr., Suite 209, HP. 336-858-5323.

Monday, March 10

Meditation and Discussion Group. 6:30- 7:30pm. Led by Heather Mask, LPC and Rodney Owen. We hope you will join us for our free meditation and discussion group. We meet once a month on a Monday evening. It is a great way to start and focus your week. During the group we will sit together for a meditation period and have a discussion re- lated to the meditation and mindfulness. No experience with meditation is necessary to join the group. We would love to have you come explore meditation as a tool for mindful

Page 1  |  Page 2  |  Page 3  |  Page 4  |  Page 5  |  Page 6  |  Page 7  |  Page 8  |  Page 9  |  Page 10  |  Page 11  |  Page 12  |  Page 13  |  Page 14  |  Page 15  |  Page 16  |  Page 17  |  Page 18  |  Page 19  |  Page 20  |  Page 21  |  Page 22  |  Page 23  |  Page 24  |  Page 25  |  Page 26  |  Page 27  |  Page 28  |  Page 29  |  Page 30  |  Page 31  |  Page 32  |  Page 33  |  Page 34  |  Page 35  |  Page 36  |  Page 37  |  Page 38  |  Page 39  |  Page 40  |  Page 41  |  Page 42  |  Page 43  |  Page 44  |  Page 45  |  Page 46  |  Page 47  |  Page 48  |  Page 49  |  Page 50  |  Page 51  |  Page 52