Qigong & Tai Chi Kung for Health & Healing

This reminder is provided by Marsha Drozdoff with regards to the UAMC Monthly Educational Support Series Meeting Wednesday, November 2nd:

EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT GROUP SPONSORED BY UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA MEDICAL CENTER AND CANCER CENTER PRESENTS:

Qigong & Tai Chi Kung for Health & Healing

WITH:

Joe Pinella

 Joe Pinella has practiced Qi Gong and Tai Chi Kung for over forty years. Using these arts he was able to regain mobility after being paralyzed in an auto accident in 1991. Joe knows first-hand the power of the mind to heal. He now uses his healing experience to empower others to live a better quality of life.

Program Objectives:

  • ·       Discuss how the ancient art of Qigong can assist the overall healing process of a cancer patient.

 

  • ·       Discuss the meditative aspect of Qigong and how it can help alleviate pain and emotional issues.

 

  • ·       Demonstrate some simple Tai Chi Kung exercises that anyone can do at home.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd , 2011

12:00-1:00 PM.

ROOM 2920

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONACANCERCENTER–

UNIVERSITY CAMPUS

1515  N. CAMPBELL AVE.

THIS PROGRAM IS OPEN TO PATIENTS, FAMILIES, STAFF

AND IS OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY.

THERE IS NO CHARGE

 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT

MARSHA R. DROZDOFF, ACSW AT 694-4605 OR

KATHLEEN PICKREL, LMSW AT694-4786

Kathleen Pickrel, LMSW

Clinical Social Worker

University MedicalCenter

Radiation Oncology

PO  Box 245081

Tucson, AZ85724

(520) 694-4786

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