Introduction to the Principles of Qi Gong with Certified Qi Gong Therapist, Lori Scime
Qi Gong (pronounced Chee Gong) is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine that works on the body to bring balance and health, both physically and emotionally. Certified Qi Gong Therapist Lori Scime will introduce participants to the principles of Qi Gong, which include exercises and meditation, diet, and hands on healing. She will teach several simple Qi Gong exercises directly to participants to help bring the body in balance. Exercises are gentle and appropriate for all abilities.
Monday, October 12, 2015 (6:30 - 8:30 p.m.)
Lori Scime has been studying and practicing Qi Gong since 2008. Her curiosity into how Qi Gong healing works led her to pursue certification in Qi Gong therapy. She received her initial certification through Lisa B. O’Shea and the Qi Gong Institute in 2011, earning her permanent certification in 2013.
Lori studied elementary education at Bradley University in Peoria, IL, and received her Master’s Degree from SUNY Brockport. Lori taught in Chicago and for the Rush- Henrietta school district before leaving the profession to concentrate on raising her family. She is active in her church as a Stephen Minister, helping individuals who are going through crises. Lori also has a private practice in Qi Gong Therapy and is available for Qi Healing sessions. You can contact her at 585-260-1686 or email Lsqigong@aol.com.
Immune Boosters with Certified Aromatherapist Emily Carpenter
Monday, November 9, 2015 (6:30 - 8:30 p.m.)
School has started and cold and flu season is just around the corner. Certified Aromatherapist, Emily Carpenter, will share ways to boost your immune system to prevent infections as well as tricks to shorten the duration of illness once a bug strikes.
A 5.5 oz bottle of elderberry syrup costs $23 at a local health food store. In times of sickness, this may last you a week or less. You can make your own to save money, have fun, and empower your family to play a role in maintaining their health! HMN members attending this meeting will each receive enough elderberries and herbs to make their first 16+ oz batch of elderberry syrup. Visitors are welcome to attend the meeting to learn about immune boosters too.
Discover how combining the use of aromatherapy, homeopathy, herbs, vitamins, hygiene and diet can possibly make this your healthiest winter ever.
Emily Carpenter is a Certified Aromatherapist and Reiki Practitioner. She’s currently in school for botanical medicine and homeopathy, and continues to study aromatherapy. Emily has a mommy blog, Marvy Moms, where she publishes weekly coupons as well as shares what she knows about aromatherapy, homeopathy and botanical medicine. Emily is also the owner of WhizBang! Web Solutions LLC, where she creates websites and a social media presence for local businesses.