Creating Pathways to Healing Through QiGong
Emotional intelligence thought leader, author, and life coach Glenville Ashby, Ph.D.
NEW YORK, NY (USA) – 20 June 2017 – On Saturday, 24 June 2017, Emotional Intelligence Thought Leader, Author, and Life Coach Glenville Ashby, Ph.D., author of “The Mystical QiGongHandBook For Good Health”, will present a two-hour “QiGong Workshop On Self-Healing And Wellness”workshop at the Sister’s Uptown Bookstore And Cultural Center located at 1942 Amsterdam Avenue in New York City from 5:00 P.M. (E.D.T.) through 7:00 P.M. (E.D.T.). Dr. Ashby will help attendees of the workshop create pathways to physical and spiritual healing and detoxifying the emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually toxic environments they navigate on a daily basis through QiGong. Attendees will learn Pangu Shengong which is described as a simple, yet powerful, method ofQiGong which promotes good health, longevity, and general well-being. QiGong is an ancient system of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
“Pangu Shengong takes only thirty minutes to learn. Anyone at any age or ability can practice this method of QiGong which is easy to learn. You do not have to be athletic to learn and practice PanguShengong. Millennials and Octogenarians will find that they can practice Pangu Shengong with great ease,” explained Dr. Ashby when reached for comment.
Ashby, who was born in Woodbrink, Trinidad is a former educator who holds a doctoral degree in Interreligious Dialogue and Diplomacy and has over three decades of experience in various spiritual disciplines. He is also a certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, having received his certification from The American Board of Clinical Hypnotherapy. A syndicated columnist and professional member ofNAMASTA (North American Studio Alliance), Dr. Ashby has traveled extensively gaining profound knowledge of spiritual disciplines and healing modalities
For further information about the “QiGong Workshop On Self-Healing And Wellness”workshop to be conducted by Dr. Ashby on Sunday, 24 June 2017 from 5:00 P.M. (E.D.T.) through 7:00 P.M. (E.D.T.), for which there is a suggested donation of US$20.00, contact the Sister’s Uptown Bookstore And Cultural Center by calling 212-852-3680 or sending an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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