Improving our own well-being and making the world a better place go hand in hand, according to organizers of “Nurturing the Planet Through Energy, Spirituality and Self-Improvement,” slated for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, June 16 at Georgian Court University.
Sponsored by the GCU Department of Holistic Health and Exercise Science, the event is open to the public and reservations are encouraged. Admission is $10 per person and lunch is included.
Guest speakers include Gerry Gavin, the author of the recently released Balboa Press/Hay House book, “Messages from Margaret.” Mr. Gavin will offer very practical and “down to earth” ways that anyone can change destructive thought patterns, elevate their personal energy and aid in healing of the planet by just improving themselves.
Also speaking is Rich Braconi, a medical intuitive who will share his personal experiences and deep understanding of how he has grown his ability to sense ailments, disease and health imbalances in other people. Both Mr. Gavin and Mr. Braconi discovered their abilities later in life and often speak to audiences in hopes of teaching them how they can do the same.
In addition to the special guest presentations, participants will also hear from Sachiko Komagata, P.T, Ph.D., Chair and Associate Professor in Holistic Health Studies at Georgian Court University. Dr. Komagata will provide an overview of the scientific literature surrounding energy and spirituality that are closely related to Gerry and Rich’s areas of practice.
The event, which will be will be hosted in GCU’s historic Mansion on the university’s Lakewood campus, is expected to sell out quickly. To reserve seating, or for more information, contact Dr. Komagata at 732.987.2663.
About Holistic Health at GCU
Georgian Court University is the only regionally accredited university in New Jersey that offers a master’s degree in holistic health studies. Eastern and Western approaches are integrated to create well-balanced courses that teach students to communicate and educate others about health and wellness. While the program offers a variety of courses taught in the classroom and online, GCU will soon launch a master’s degree that is delivered 100% online.
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