Join him for an evening of Enlightenment,transformational healing and conscious expansion and fun.
Realize you are not your thoughts nor your emotions. Learn how to explore new dimensions of your Being,with excerpts from his book Dimensions of Being.
Eugene is a marital and family therapist who infuses quantum science,shamanic practices with counseling and self exploratory tools. He guides people as they delve into the deepest and darkest parts of their psyches to uncover their greatness and realize their own healing powers.
Evening Session 7-9 pm With refreshments Q and A and book signing to follow.
Thursday Sept. 11,2014
Rancho Mañana Resort Spa
5720 East Rancho Mañana Blvd.
Friday Sept. 12,2014
Harumi Yoga and Healing House
With Special Gong Performance
8787 E Pinnacle Peak Rd,Suite 206 Scottsdale,AZ 85255
These will be intimate gatherings. Seating is limited at both venues Call 480/419.1799 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space or $20 per person includes refreshments
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Bachelor Bachelorette Auction August 15th Benefits
Justa Center,Elder Homeless Day Center
Zulu Club,Scottsdale’s newest modern-chic dining and cocktail venue in Scottsdale Airpark is hosting Justa Center’s 2nd Annual Bachelor and Bachelorette Auction,Friday,August 15th from 6-10pm. Ten eligible,handsome bachelors and ten lovely bachelorettes will be walking the red carpet for homeless Arizona seniors to raise funding and awareness.
Seniors deserve a place to call home. The streets are not safe for the fastest-growing and most vulnerable segment of our homeless population,seniors 55+. Justa Center is the safety net that catches those older adults who find themselves homeless and too often slip through the cracks. They help “members” address the problems that have caused their homelessness,which include catastrophic medical issues,job loss,loss of a home or spouse,substance abuse,and/or mental health issues.
Justa Center is a 501 C 3 non-profit day resource center serving over 130 homeless seniors daily,30% of whom are veterans. Justa Center works to find safe and appropriate housing,provides basic healthcare and nutritional assistance,offers mental health and employment counseling,and helps locate and secure earned benefits (Social Security,AHCCCS,VA) to rebuild the lives of their members. Since opening its doors in 2006,7,000 homeless seniors have visited Justa Center and more than 2,250 have been moved into homes.
Justa Center is much more than a resource center for older adults,it is a place of hope,mentorship,empowerment,reassurance,advocacy,problem-solving,and restoration.
Tickets for the bachelore,bachelorette auction can be purchased online at www.justcenter.org by simply clicking on the “bachelor auction” link to make a $50 tax-deductible donation to reserve a seat. Ticket price includes entry into the event,2 drink tickets and gourmet appetizers. There will be a no host bar and dinner available for individual purchase. Sponsorships and Date Package Donations are gladly being accepted.
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(Scottsdale,AZ) CloudNine Marketing,Inc. expended its offerings to include agent representation. Trina Becksted,President and Founder entered the ranks of successful literary agents with her new agented title, Total Health Turnaround,authored by Tricia Pingel NMD. She has another allergy title due to publish in March 2015,both by Rodale Inc. Rodale is the world’s leading healthy lifestyle company. They publish some of the best-known health and wellness lifestyle magazines,including Prevention,Men’s Health,Women’s Health,Runner’s World,
Beginning in 1997 CloudNine Marketing has been the premier holistic health and integrative medical public relations firm. They represent MD’s,NMD’s,chiropractors and other health practitioners,authors and film makers. Their focus is on innovative event marketing,open houses and launches for medical practices,books and films. They promote new products and services that offer mind,body,emotional and spiritual wellness with cost effective,ROI,performance based representation.
CloudNine Marketing is headquartered in Scottsdale Arizona,they use the latest in SEO techniques,cutting edge social and digital media marketing,event planning,public relations and marketing consulting. “My expertise as a publicist and marketing consultant has opened doors for me and has been a natural foray for me to represent my clients as their literary agents. I am blessed that this evolution from publicist to agent is such a natural one for me” says Trina. She has more than 20 years of experience as a marketing and public relations consultant.
As president of CloudNine Marketing,Inc.,Trina takes projects from concept to creation. Some of her biggest projects include co- founding charitable events for the March of Dimes and producing five major events for internationally acclaimed author Deepak Chopra,M.D She attracts powerful co-sponsors like Jaguar,Canyon Ranch,Ritz Carlton,BMW,Mercedes Benz,Nordstrom’s,and The Cleveland Clinic Health System for her events too. For more information please visit www.cloudninemarketing.com
CloudNine Marketing successful PR media hit for Dr. John Demartini on Phoenix,ABC 15 TV show.
Trina Becksted’s agent success story! CloudNine Marketing now acting as literary agents. Her successful engagement with Rodale Publishing resulted in new title now available by Dr. Tricia Pingel,Total Health Turnaround.
Trina Becksted 480/419.1799
(Scottsdale,AZ) 7 Centers Yoga Arts is hosting two mini yoga retreats July 11-14 and August 1 –4. They include daily yoga,meditation and hiking. Harumi Maejima and Mally Paquette are the instructors.
The retreats offer an environment to explore a variety of transformational tools and integrative practices for greater health and well-being. All accommodations included for three nights and four days at Sky Ranch Lodge for some of Sedona’s best views. All Ayurvedic breakfasts and lunches are included in the fee of $950 per person.
About Harumi Maejima:Owner/Director HarumiYoga+
Harumi spent a decade engaged in daily practice in mindfulness and many hours at intense silent meditation retreats in temples and monasteries in USA and Japan. She began her yoga training at Kripalu and received E-RYT 500 hours (Experienced Registered yoga teacher with more then 2,000 hours of teaching experience)
She has hundreds of hours of classes,workshops,&teacher trainings in Yin Yoga,Prana Flow. Harumi is a certified Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist. Her instruction reflects the synthesis of all she has learned from these practices of inner awareness and conscious physical alignment with powerful heart-centered,meditative aspects of Kripalu Yoga.
About Mally Paquette :Mally has been involved with fitness for over 35 years. Her career began as a USPTA tennis professional and then progressed into marathons and fitness training. Returning to an original passion of yoga,Mally re-certified her yoga expanding into Hatha,Ashtanga and Kundalini. She recently received her 500 hour Certificate from 7 Centers with a Yoga therapy emphasis.
For more information and a schedule of retreat,see www.7centers-yoga.com or call (928) 203-4400.
Media Contact:Trina Becksted
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(Scottsdale,AZ) Dean R. Silver,M.D. a leading cardiologist for 30+ years is developing a new state of the art age rejuvenation and chronic disease wellness center called,The Silver Institute for Life Extension.
The Institute will provide a blend of traditional and alternative modalities using the latest in international technologies with proven track records. The emphasis is based on patient centered,personalized genomic and toxic evaluation to optimize each person’s biochemical individuality.
Most of the diseases facing the U.S. are chronic,based on our aging population. Unfortunately there are no systems in place to meet this demand. Alzheimer’s,cancer,diabetes,heart disease and obesity are all chronic diseases of aging.
These diseases are present for years before they become clinically evident.
The Silver Institute for Life Extension Medicine will optimize each patient’s genetic expression to help them live a long,disease free life. More information can be seen here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etj0tdtkrZI “The aim is to remain mentally and physically vibrant through our entire life” says Dr. Silver who cured himself of lymphoma cancer and heart disease using many of the treatments he uses in his practice.
The Institute is dedicated to disease prevention,early detection and reversal of age related diseases. It will become the new model for healthcare in this century. Baby boomers have looked at the traditional medical paradigm and are not happy,it is costly and ineffective. Silver Institute will focus on peer reviewed worldwide modalities to slow the aging process. Each patient will receive a detailed written “plan for life”. All testing with interpretations,dietary,exercise,nutritional and medication needs will be presented in a patient friendly format.
A sampling of chronic complex diseases Dr Silver treats include:
cancer,autoimmune,heart disease,neurological disease,chronic fatigue,fibromyalgia,Lyme,HIV,fungus,pain,gastrointestinal,liver,pulmonary,hormonal imbalance,chemical sensitivities and detoxification.
Dr. Silver is a staff physician at the Scottsdale Healthcare Hospital System. For more information and educational videos visit www.deansilvermd.com or call 480/860.2030 to schedule an appointment. Their new location after June 16,is at 7420 East Pinnacle Peak Rd. Suite 126 Scottsdale,AZ 85255.
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For those of you who have been following this story,you know that Green Living magazine is teaming up with Arizona State University’s School of Sustainability,Sun Devil Fitness and Tempe Sister Cities to bring you a soccer tournament that highlights the philanthropic work of Royal Philips and One World Futbol.
We hope all of you soccer enthusiasts have signed up to play that day (if you are reading this in early April,there is still time) and that you sustainability enthusiasts will be there as we celebrate renewable energy victories in Africa (specifically Ghana) and Arizona,Earth Day and pioneers in sustainable business.
We caught up with some of the players including a team of ASU MasterCard Foundation Scholars and a PhD student from Ghana. The ASU MasterCard Foundation Scholarship program awards students from Sub-Saharan Africa who come from the poorest communities and demonstrate exceptional leadership and academic talent. These students have served their communities and schools and have committed to return to Africa after attending ASU to further their positive impact.
One of these students,Ngoni Mugwisi from Zimbabwe,is particularly excited to play in the tournament,recalling his transformational experience playing street soccer as a young boy. “Playing soccer was an integral part of my upbringing. From a young age I was playing with my friends on the dusty streets of Mkoba,in my hometown,Gweru. That contributed a lot to my personal development. Soccer is a team sport that enhances communication and quick decision making while promoting friendly competition.”
Ngoni added,“Most kids in my country still play street soccer regularly…there isn’t much video gaming to talk about. However,although they do not lack in talent or passion,these kids do not have access to actual soccer balls. They usually resort to making balls out of plastic,paper or cloth that is piled together into a roughly spherical shape. Playing in the Earth Day Soccer Classic provides hope to change this situation since funds from the tournament can be used to provide African communities with long-term and durable soccer balls. There is no limit to the great soccer talent that can be discovered on African streets,and by playing in this tournament I feel that I am contributing to nurturing that talent.”
Top row from left to right:Nokwanda Ramathero,Jossel Disengi Nkunzi,Joan Kwamboka,Ngoni Mugwisi,Mariama Salifu. Bottom row:Ernest Nkansah-Dwamena. Photo by Nora Kuby.
One World Futbol knows all too well the power that soccer can have on youth in Africa and of their struggle to find a decent ball with which to play. That is why their mission is to bring nearly indestructible balls to deserving youth. The Earth Day Soccer Classic will use One World Futbols in the tournament and will have a fundraising web page where you can purchase a ball for $40,with a second ball going to Africa,or you can just buy a ball to be sent to Africa for $25.
Ernest Nkansah-Dwamena,a PhD student from Ghana,echoed Ngoni’s enthusiasm,saying,“There is no greater excitement than showcasing my beloved country Ghana at the forefront of soccer and I just can’t be prouder than being a part of making this happen.” Ernest continued,“This is also an opportunity to reinforce ASU’s School of Sustainability goals of building a community with a sense of belonging,a community where ideas are created and shared together and a community that believes in the future.”
Mariama Salifu,one of the MasterCard Scholars,is from Ghana. The day before the Earth Day Soccer Classic in Tempe,Mariama’s brother Shafic Osman will be coordinating a soccer tournament with his soccer league,Top Ten Football Academy,in Accra,Ghana,on one of Royal Philips’ Community Light Centers fields.
Local soccer player,Nora Kuby,is thrilled to have a team playing in the tournament. “There is a poetic beauty in supporting clean energy as well as helping our friends in Ghana,all while playing the world’s favorite sport. Soccer brings people together,and as a participant in the tournament,I love knowing that not only am I making new friends and having a wonderful time myself,but that I am a part of something bigger and more important than the tournament itself.”
In addition to the soccer games at the event,we will also host a solar oven cookout,brought to us by the Community Christian Church and Arizona Interfaith Power &Light. Join us to taste the renewable goodness of a solar -cooked quesadilla,among other savory solar samples.
We will be collecting electronic waste,also known as e-waste,to help you with spring de-cluttering. So if it has a plug or battery and is sitting in your junk drawer,attic,garage,storage unit,and/or is obsolete or broken,bring it with you. We also will be offering document shredding.
Remember,this event is an all-day tournament. It is highly suggested you bring reusable water bottles (there will be water stations),sun protection,and a chair or blanket so you can relax and watch several games.
Concessions will be sold by Tempe Sister Cities with the goal to donate funds to Tempe’s Sister City,Timbuktu,Mali,a large African nation north of Ghana,which has gone through trying times in recent years. Local businesses and community groups will also be at the Earth Day Soccer Classic showing off their sustainability initiatives. Plans are underway to have additional entertainment such as African or hip-hop dancers and a community art project led by local environmental artist,Joan Baron.
The event kicks off at 8 a.m. and continues all day until the end of the championship game at 9 p.m. We look forward to seeing you,your friends and family there! Happy Earth Month!
And a great day of activities,entertainment and soccer is our GOAL!