CHEO OCTOBER PROGRAM
(Downstairs in the Yoga/Speaker Room of Nutrition World on Vance Road)
Oct 19, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm - Mark your calendars NOW!
Eileen Meagher, PhD
Spring Forest Qigong: The Healer Within Each of Us
After taking all four levels of Spring Forest Qigong from International Qigong Master Chunyi Lin, Eileen Meagher, PhD, has taught hundreds of people Levels 1 and 2 here in Chattanooga.
Come to this presentation and learn how to be in command of your own health, learn why you were born a healer, and discover how to unlock your healing energy to achieve optimal health and wellness by learning the simple, gentle movements of Spring Forest Qigong.
For more than a decade, thousands from around the world have made the same empowering self-discovery ~ that moving your own energy every day increases your health, brings peace of mind, encourages a truly joyful heart, and shows you your personal power to self-heal.
There is nothing more empowering than moving your own energy. Chunyi Lin says, “The moment a person chooses to move their own energy, they awaken the healer within them. Every cell in your body is energy. You are an energy being, and you can transform your own energy.”
Spring Forest Qigong is so simple and easy that it has become a valuable tool for more than 300,000 people around the world.
For more information, contact Merry Johnson or call 706-952-1608.
Oct 19, 2:00 pm -- Free event for the public -- Oct 19, 2:00 pm
Are you interested in becoming more involved in promoting the mission of CHEO?
Contact a Board Member for details.
CHEO meetings are free and open to the public.
CHEO offers presentations the 3rd Sunday of the month
in the Nutrition World's Speaker Room
For more information, please contact Tami Freedman or call 706-459-0055.
CHEO September Spotlight 2014
Peak Family Health
What brought you to alternative health and the field/product you’re involved with?
I went with my mom to a chiropractor as a child.
So tell me about how you got started in your work.
Upon completing my Doctor of Chiropractic degree, I trained in Denver, CO for a little less than a year and then spent 2 years training in Atlanta, GA. Each office offered unique experiences in patient care, management styles, and delivery of the "5 Essentials."
What led you into this business and opening up your own place?
Having grown up in Chattanooga and being the son of a Pharmacist, I have seen firsthand the brokenness in our healthcare system and the toll that it has taken upon our city. After leaving Chattanooga and learning the principles of health and healing, I was led back to Chattanooga to start a practice devoted to changing the culture of Chattanooga and the way our healthcare is viewed and delivered.