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Bioenergy, Happiness, Fitness, Beauty and Science Day
April 22, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Saturday, April 22. Presentation and Workshops (fee to attend – see below), Demos (some free), Exhibits (all free) and Lunch (you must RSVP for lunch – see below.)
10 a.m. to 12:00 – What Modern Science Tells Us about Traditional Practices such as Acupuncture, including an introduction to a new a biofeedback instrument that can assist personal energy practices.
12:00 to 2:30 – Lunch break with options, no food no fee: see exhibits and demos; help prepare lunch under the guidance of Sufi master Shaykh Taosho Buddha (learn how to incorporate meditation into food preparation and eating) or join the Science March at the White House just 8 blocks away. Vegetarian or vegan, gluten free options, mostly organic. Please RSVP for lunch so we have enough food by texting “lunch” to (202) 257-9556. Cost $10.
2:30 to 4:30 – Hear about Jim’s latest interests, ask questions, and be ready for spontaneity.
5:30 to 7:30 – Free refreshments, conversation and energy available at Sukyo Mahikari center – 4479 Connecticut Ave. NW (upstairs), hostess UDC alum Myrna Beckford.
$20 per session, $50 for day, 2 peeps -$15/37:50 each; 3 – $13.33/33.33, 4-$12.50/31.25, 5+ – $10/25 cash only, pay together
Help with set up or clean up, attend a session for free
$20 for your own table or demo space, reserved or first come, email@example.com, describe your needs. A little space on the table for handouts is free.
Jim Oschman is an internationally recognized expert on how various forms of energy heal and enhance wellness, beauty and happiness. He has given workshops in more than 25 countries and written 3 books and more than 120 articles. With a combination of lectures and guided experiences, he will help us attain greater wellness, increased vitality and beauty, and higher states of consciousness.
Jim Turner is president of Voice for HOPE, and is active in many other educational and activist organizations concerned with health. A lawyer in Washington, DC, he is the author of The Chemical Feast: The Nader Report on Food Protection at the FDA and co-author of Voice of the People: The Transpartisan Imperative in American Life. (You can read more about transpartisan politics at The Transpartisan Review.)