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Spirituality and Justice

June 05, 2017 / Monday - June 26, 2017 / Monday, 6:00pm - 8:00pm

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In this contemplative learning program, explore how spirituality and justice intersect. We will focus on contemporary issues and explore a response to injustice from the depths of our heart and spiritual foundation.

Let us not tire of preaching love.
– Blessed Oscar Romero

  • June 5: Our place in the world and finding a personal perspective of the world around us.
  • June 12: What is one’s spirituality and how do we view the world from a spiritual lens.
  • June 19: Defining justice and responding to injustice from the heart.
  • June 26: Integrating and identifying responses to injustice that are in concert with our beliefs, life commitments, and spirituality.

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  • Presenter: Lucianne Siers, OP
  • Date: Monday 06/05/2017 - Monday 06/26/2017
  • Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
  • Cost: $60.00

Come to Your Center: Breathe to Calm and Center Yourself

July 12, 2017 / Wednesday, 6:30pm - 8:00pm

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In this workshop, Breathe to Calm and Center Yourself, learn several breathing techniques to help you energize, yet calm your body, and to augment your vitality.

Breathe in deeply to bring your mind home to your body.
– Thich Nhat Hanh

When we breathe shallowly we send a signal to our brain that a crisis is about to happen. Our bodies are flooded with stress chemicals and we feel agitated. However, when we breathe deeply, we send a signal to our bodies that all is well. We become grounded and feel calm, peaceful, and filled with a sense of well-being.

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  • Presenter: Susan Duesbery
  • Date: Wednesday 07/12/2017
  • Time: 6:30pm - 8:00pm
  • Cost: $35.00

Wisdom of Indigenous Healers: A Weekend with Dr. Rosita Arvigo

July 14, 2017 / Friday - July 15, 2017 / Saturday

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In this program, A Weekend with Dr. Rosita Arvigo: Wisdom of Indigenous Healers, explore ways to incorporate natural and spiritual healing into your own life and practice. Benefit from years of evidenced-based and science-based research of the Arvigo® Worldwide Practitioners.

Give nature half a chance and she has a miracle in store for everyone.
– Dr Rosita Arvigo

Rosita Arvigo is a doctor of naprapathy, an ethnobotanist, and a spiritual healer. She is the co-founder of The Belize Ethnobotany Project with Dr. Michael Balick of the New York Botanical Garden, and is the founder of Ix Chel Tropical Research Centre in Belize, the Rainforest Medicine Trail, Terra Nova Medicinal Plant Reserve, and Children’s Bush Medicine Summer Camp in Belize. Her 13-year apprenticeship to one of the last Catholic Maya shamans, Don Elijio Panti, was the inspiration behind The Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy® and her courses in Maya Spiritual Healing. She is the author of six books on traditional healing of Central America, and travels internationally to present her work.

Friday:  July 14, 2017
My Life with Traditional Healers of Central America
6:00-8:30 pm  |  $35

Saturday:  July 15, 2017
Herb Walk and Talk through Marywood Prairie
10:00 to noon   |  $25

Lunch: Visit with Rosita Arvigo and connect with others while enjoying a healthy lunch. (no cost)
12:15 pm 

Health for the Family the Maya Way
2:00-5:00 pm  |  $35

Space is limited, register early. $25.00 deposit holds a space

This is a collaborative program between Healing Traditions and Dominican Center at Marywood.

  • Register for individual sessions
  • $85 for all sessions
  • $55 for both on Saturday

To sign up for this program, please visit HealingTraditionsGR.com.

Healing Traditions is sponsoring this event and will be coordinating all registrations for this event.  If you have problems with the registration link for any reason, please call Beth Townsend at 616-340-9388  or send her an email at beth.ann.townsend@comcast.net

Spirituality – A Dimension of Patient Care In Holistic Healthcare

August 09, 2017 / Wednesday, 6:00pm - 8:00pm

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The provision of spiritual or religious care in healthcare has received prominence in national reports, guidelines, and standards since the start of the millennium. According to these national recommendations, spiritual care is to be provided by healthcare providers, within their scope of practice, when the patient or patient advocate requests spiritual care; when there is evidence of spiritual or religious distress; or when there are requests for spiritual or religious resources.

The purpose of the presentation is to offer healthcare providers knowledge about spirituality in patient health care; to develop professional skills in spiritual care in healthcare; and to enhance one’s role and responsibility on the interdisciplinary team in practicing spiritual care in holistic healthcare.

Professional Continuing Education Hours (CEH) for Nurses & Chaplains

This educational program is approved for 2 Continuing Education Hours by the National Association of Catholic Chaplains.

This activity is approved for 2 contact hours by the Ohio Nurses Association. The Ohio Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. (OBN-001-91)

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  • Cost: $35.00