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Break Away and Beat the Heat for Wellness Weekends at 7 Centers in Sedona July11-14 & August1-4, 2014

 Media Contact:

                                                                                    Trina Becksted 480/419.1799
trina@cloudninemarketing.com

06/09/2014

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(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.

 

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TARCHER/PENGUIN LAUNCHES HIGHLY ANTICIPATED SECOND BOOK FROM AUTHOR AND SELF-EMPOWERMENT EXPERT HOWARD FALCO

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SCOTTSDALE, AZ  – Howard Falco has just launched the release of his second book, Time in a Bottle: Mastering the Experience of Life (Tarcher/Penguin), now on sale.  The critically acclaimed author of I AM: The Power of Discovering Who You Really Are (Tarcher/Penguin; 2010), Falco takes an in depth look at embracing the process of personal creation.  In straightforward accessible style, Falco inspires readers to stop regretting the past or fearing the future, guiding them to take control of their time and harness its power.

Having a limited notion of time is often the primary cause of suffering, stress, and disempowerment because we feel restricted.  “The belief that time is running out or running short is working against us,” say Falco.  “Time in a Bottle shows readers how truly limitless they are.”

Falco claims that your personal awareness, thought patterns, feelings, and actions impact when your dreams become a reality.  Whether you desire greater abundance, better health, or more meaningful relationships, you have the power to actualize your intentions faster than you ever imagined possible.

 

Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Chris Archer says, “Howard Falco has a special way of speaking to you that brings out things that are already inside you…This book has allowed me to see the endless possibilities in my career and more importantly in the love, happiness and harmony in my personal life.”

 

The book launch party for Time in A Bottle will be held this evening, Thursday, May 1, 2014 at 7:00pm at Changing Hands Book Store in Tempe, AZ.   Falco will also be presenting his book on Sunday, May 4, at The Science of Mind Spiritual Center in Burbank, CA at 11:30am and appearing again at Mystic Journey Bookstore in Venice, CA at 4:00pm.

Falco is a Self-Empowerment Expert, Spiritual Teacher, and Mental Coach to college and professional athletes, CEOs, and corporate executives.  He is a contributor to ESPN Radio, MLB Network,The Huffington Post, SheKnows, The Good Men Project, Mind Body Green and OK!TV.  Learn more at www.HowardFalco.com, https://www.facebook.com/HowardFalco.IAM, and @Howard Falco.

Time in a Bottle: Mastering the Experience of Life is now available through all major book seller:

Amazon

Indie Bound

Barns & Nobles

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Let’s Kick It! Earth Day Soccer Classic and Celebration

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It’s time to play ball! Join us for soccer, solar and sustainability on April 12 from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the bi-continental Earth Day Soccer Classic and Earth Day Celebration featuring an all-day soccer tournament, solar cookout, live entertainment, hands-on activities, demonstrations and a chance to give back.

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.

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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.”

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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.”

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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.

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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!

 

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Nick and Javier Montoya Present New Ageless Movement & Breath from Your Chair Program at the 5th Annual Disability Empowerment Center Health and Wellness Fair

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April 8, 2014

(Scottsdale, AZ) Nick and Javier Montoya, yoga therapists, musician and creators of the Ageless Program, are presenters at the 5th Annual Disability Empowerment Center’s (DEC) Health and Wellness Fair Friday, May 2 and Saturday, May 3, 2014.  They will share their new Ageless Movement & Breath from Your Chair program and DVD with the public.

The 2014 Fair will offer multiple education and exhibition opportunities to the general public and healthcare professionals who are in search of answers to the complex questions surrounding chronic illnesses and disabilities. More than 80 exhibitors will be at this two-day fair.

After extensive collaboration with physical and occupational therapists, Nick and Javier developed this powerful newly released DVD by VAYU Productions.  It is helping those suffering from ailments that limit movement. People with spinal cord injuries, or those undergoing physical rehabilitation, or those living with pain are now benefiting from the Ageless Movement and Breath from Your Chair DVD.

This new DVD is medically designed to get people moving and breathing, no matter their age, physical ability, ailment or illness. It’s an inspiring program that integrates physical therapy, occupational therapy and yoga movement with breath to help patients and the general public gain strength, increase flexibility, reduce stress and manage pain.

“Students of the program have improved their quality of life.  They are getting emotionally and physically stronger and are healthier, more flexible and have more energy, all by using simple and natural methods of movement and breath”, says Nick Montoya.

“No matter how old, sick or immobile a person is, or the injuries they have sustained everyone needs to breathe and move.”  Testimonials are mounting from people who have used Ageless Movement and Breath from your Chair.   Like this one from a former obese woman who suffered from depression http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHjDF30W2Mw

For more information or to purchase this powerful DVD visit www.agelessmovementandbreath.com for media interviews contact Trina Becksted trina@cloudninemarketing.com

 

 

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Kundalini and Ashtanga Classes Available at Harumi Yoga+ Holistic Healing House

Media Contact:

                                                                                    Chelsa Thomas 623/215-5727
chelsa@cloudninemarketing.com

02/01/2013

(Scottsdale, AZ) Yoga instructors Mally Paquette, Wanda Letourneau, and Shehnaz (Betti) Ahmed join Harumi Yoga+ in North Scottsdale. Kundalini and Ashtanga classes are available on Wednesday, February 5th from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm.

Kundalini is a spiritual practice, which moves the energy through the body and brings the unfoldment of awareness. Kundalni yoga is available for any level practitioner. The combination of breath, asana, mudras and mantra allow a deep experience, which opens the nadir, cleanses and detoxifies the entire body, delivering a balance to allow consciousness to blossom.

Ashtanga is a traditional yoga practice for beginners and beyond. It is a “moving mediation”. The partnership of the breath with the asana is the focus. This practice brings breath/prana into all parts of the body, delivering a renewal for the physical, mental and spiritual components of our lives. All levels can benefit from this awareness, “Come be the witness!”

Mally Paquette 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. She resides in Sedona, Arizona with her husband Brien and their many dogs. She is passionate and knowledgeable on many levels of the ancient indigenous paths to health having visited and been taught by the Kogi in South America. She is an excellent motivator who genuinely cares about each individual.

Wanda Letourneau – Yoga Instructor RYT500

Wanda’s classes accommodate everybody and every body. They are designed to mobilize and heal the spaces in your body through stretching, breath work and meditation and stabilize your body in space through Astanga vinyasa flow sequencing. In class you may experience partner poses, adjustments, or restorative poses. All you have to do is just show up.

Restorative classes will be on Tuesday at 6: 00 – 7:15pm and Thursday at 4: 00 – 5:15pm

Shehnaz (Betti) Ahmed – NIA instructor

Betti Ahmed, a classical pianist and ballet/jazz dancer, first fell in love with the Nia Technique while in college. After graduating from college, she followed her passion to get certified as a Nia instructor in Los Angeles and immediately started teaching in the L.A. area. When she moved to Arizona in 2010, she furthered her education with Nia co-founder, Debbie Rosas, and prominent Nia Trainer, Helen Terry in Portland. Betti is also a Licensed Massage Therapist, having studied at Southwest Institute of Healing Arts, which she believes is a great complement to her teaching. “For me, Nia is freedom – I am free to be uninhibited, playful, strong, vulnerable… you name it. Nia is not only a great workout, but it has the ability to transform one’s life. I love that, and I love sharing it with people and building a community with those who are open to it” Betti said.

Nia classes will be on Monday at 4:30 – 5:30pm and Saturday at 8am to 9am

Harumi Yoga+ Holistic Healing House is located on the Southwest corner of Pima and Pinnacle Peak Roads in North Scottsdale, AZ.  The Studio offers various types of Yoga classes, therapies, wellness workshops and meditation.  Harumi Yoga is a great place to develop new friendships and community with fun and entertaining events too, like dance.

Harumi Yoga + was founded by Harumi Maejima, a 15 year plus Kripalu Elite 500-hour yoga teacher and certified Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy Practitioner.  The staff offers students nurturing support and education for a healthy, happy, spiritual and emotionally balanced life.

For more information and a schedule of classes, see www.harumiyoga.com or call 480-292-9493.

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Find Fountain of Youth at Age Less: An Anti Aging Wellness Symposium February 15, 2014 at DC Ranch in Scottsdale

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Media Contact:
Chelsa Thomas 623/215-5727
chelsa@cloudninemarketing.com

Find Fountain of Youth at Age Less: An Anti Aging Wellness Symposium February 15, 2014 at DC Ranch in Scottsdale

(Scottsdale, AZ) Age Less: An Anti Aging Wellness Symposium is all about age rejuvenation and age reversal practices. It’s February 15, 2014 at the DC Ranch Homestead Community Center in North Scottsdale.

This anti-aging event features expert physicians and presenters, local vendors, yoga and meditation for a full day of education and entertainment. Food, music, samples, raffle prizes worth over $500 and fun are in store for attendees, too.

The Age Less event is focused exclusively on teaching attendees how to “hold back” the hands of time and even reverse the aging process. They will learn a series of health and wellness routines, practices and products. Key professionals include:

Physicians:
Dr. Tricia Pingel, NMD of Pingel Progressive Medicine will speak about overcoming adrenal fatigue and the latest in bio identical hormone replacement therapy. Dr. Pingel specializes in endocrinology and gastroenterology. Her new book on the subject will be available in spring 2014 through Rodale Publishing.
Dr. Phranq (Frank) Tamburri, NMD will speak on Men’s Health Practices, Prostate cures and prevention. He is one of Phoenix’s Top Doctors and receives numerous physician referrals for integrative prostate treatments.
Dr. Patricia Henthorn, D.C., of Balance & Motion Chiropractic will share the importance of aligning the spine to eliminate many ailments that take years off your life. The Spinal column houses the nervous system. “By proper alignment we create optimal regulation for every system of the body” says Henthorn.

Dr Bryan Glick will speak on “Cardio Health and Inflammation, the Silent Killer. By eliminating it we can overcome and prevent premature aging. Dr. Bryan Glick is the owner and the practicing physician of N1Health of Scottsdale. As a doctor of osteopathic medicine (DO), he is trained as a primary care physician to treat the whole person instead of merely symptoms or illnesses.

Mind/Body/Beauty Speakers Include:
Author and Life Coach Howard Falco will speak on the topic of his book I am: the Power of Discovering Who You Really Are. He’ll teach attendees how to improve self-awareness and realize their greater potentials.
Lisa Williams-ANP-C, Beauty Expert/ Nurse Practitioner will share the latest news in non-surgical skin enhancements to regain youthful looks. She will showcase the pros and cons of the latest in laser and dermal fillers.
Harumi Maejima is a Yoga therapist and a highly skilled instructor with more than 500 Elite hours of training. She will teach attendees how integrating deep stretch and breathing can take years off the body.
Anne Vetter will provide a meditation session. Meditation is one of the Ultimate Age Rejuvenation Practices to look and feel young. As a certified instructor for the Chopra Center, Vetter shares the timeless teachings to maintain balance, heal the body and mind and aid people in personal transformation. She instructs in the USA and Europe.

Supporting sponsors for Age Less include Jaguar North Scottsdale, Ultra Smooth Skin and the DC Ranch Community Council. The event is a production of CloudNine Marketing, Inc. According to CloudNine’s president Trina Becksted, “there is so much information out there on age rejuvenation and reversal, and it can be confusing. This event brings the most relevant experts together to address the latest information from physicians’ medical case studies to share with our attendees. They will be empowered, well informed AND entertained at our event.”

Proceeds will benefit www.justacenter.org an elder homeless day resource center in Phoenix. Advance Purchase Admission before February 1, 2014 is $79 for the full day, half days are $49. After February 1 the admission is $97. There’s discounted pricing for DC Ranch residents at www.dcranch.com Seating is limited. Call 480/419.1799 to reserve your space or purchase tickets online at www.cloudninehealth.com
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CloudNine to host Age Less: An Anti-Aging Wellness Symposium in February

 

 

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Media Contact:

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Find Fountain of Youth at Age Less: An Anti AgingWellness Symposium February 15, 2014 at DC Ranch in Scottsdale

 

(Scottsdale, AZ) Age Less: An Anti Aging Wellness Symposium is all about age rejuvenation and age reversal practices. It’s February 15, 2014 at the DC Ranch Homestead Community Center in North Scottsdale.

 

This anti-aging event features expert physicians and presenters, local vendors, yoga and meditation for a full day of education and entertainment. Food, music, samples, raffle prizes worth over $500 and fun are in store for attendees, too.

 

The Age Less event is focused exclusively on teaching attendees how to “hold back” the hands of time and even reverse the aging process. They will learn a series of health and wellness routines, practices and products. Key professionals include:

Physicians:

  • Dr. Tricia Pingel, NMD of Pingel Progressive Medicine will speak about overcoming adrenal fatigue and the latest in bio identical hormone replacement therapy. Dr. Pingel specializes in endocrinology and gastroenterology. Her new book on the subject will be available in spring 2014 through Rodale Publishing.
  • Dr. Phranq (Frank) Tamburri, NMD will speak on Men’s Health Practices, Prostate cures and prevention. He is one of Phoenix’s Top Doctors and receives numerous physician referrals for integrative prostate treatments.
  • Dr. Patricia Henthorn, D.C., of Balance & Motion Chiropractic will share the importance of aligning the spine to eliminate many ailments that take years off your life. The Spinal column houses the nervous system. “By proper alignment we create optimal regulation for every system of the body” says Henthorn.
  • Dr Bryan Glick will speak on “Cardio Health and Inflammation, the Silent Killer. By eliminating it we can overcome and prevent premature aging. Dr. Bryan Glick is the owner and the practicing physician of N1Health of Scottsdale. As a doctor of osteopathic medicine (DO), he is trained as a primary care physician to treat the whole person instead of merely symptoms or illnesses.

Mind/Body/Beauty Speakers Include:

  • Author and Life Coach Howard Falco will speak on the topic of his book I am: the Power of Discovering Who You Really Are. He’ll teach attendees how to improve self-awareness and realize their greater potentials.
  • Lisa Williams-ANP-C, Beauty Expert/ Nurse Practitioner will share the latest news in non-surgical skin enhancementsto regain youthful looks. She will showcase the pros and cons of the latest in laser and dermal fillers.
  • Harumi Maejima is a Yoga therapist and a highly skilled instructor with more than 500 Elite hours of training. She will teach attendees how integrating deep stretch and breathing can take years off the body.
  • Anne Vetter will provide a meditation session. Meditation is one of the Ultimate Age Rejuvenation Practices to look and feel young. As a certified instructor for the Chopra Center, Vetter shares the timeless teachings to maintain balance, heal the body and mind and aid people in personal transformation. She instructs in the USA and Europe.

Supporting sponsors for Age Less include Jaguar North Scottsdale, Ultra Smooth Skin and the DC Ranch Community Council. The event is a production of CloudNine Marketing, Inc. According to CloudNine’s president Trina Becksted, “there is so much information out there on age rejuvenation and reversal, and it can be confusing. This event brings the most relevant experts together to address the latest information from physicians’ medical case studies to share with our attendees. Attendees will be empowered, well informed AND entertained at our event.”

A percentage of proceeds will benefit www.justacenter.org, an elder homeless day resource center in Phoenix. Advance Purchase Admission before February 1, 2014 is $79 for the full day, half days are $49. After February 1 the admission is $97. There’s discounted pricing for DC Ranch residents at www.dcranch.com Seating is limited. Call 480/419.1799 to reserve your space or purchase tickets online at www.cloudninehealth.com

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Halloween Yoga Dance Class at Harumi Yoga

Trina attended a Halloween-themed yoga dance class yesterday at Harumi Yoga+ in Scottsdale. CloudNine Marketing clients Harumi Maejima of Harumi Yoga and Dr. Patti Henthorn of Balance & Motion Chiropractic joined in on the fun, too!

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Dr. Denee Jordan, who taught the class, was visiting from Los Angeles. She is a licensed psychologist who treats people of all ages using traditional therapy, yoga, and group therapies. Her practice, called Already Well, is centered around mental, physical, and spiritual health. For more information on Dr. Denee Jordan and her services, visit www.alreadywell.com

 

If you are interested in trying out a yoga dance class, visit www.harumihealinghouse.com for class schedules and more information!

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Medicine Buddha Workshop by Spiritual Teacher Bryan Huseby

Contact: Trina Becksted
480/419.1799
trina@cloudninemarketing.com

10/09/13
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Medicine Buddha Workshop by Spiritual Teacher Bryan Huseby
At Harumi Yoga+ Holistic Healing House Oct. 26th 3-5pm in North Scottsdale

(North Scottsdale, AZ) Brian Huseby, CPT, CES, has joined Harumi Yoga+ in Scottsdale to share his advanced knowledge of the body, mind and spiritual awareness with scheduled weekly yoga classes and a Medicine Buddha Workshop on Saturday, October 26, 2013.

With over 14 years of experience as a spiritual healer, Body Alignment Specialist, Qi gong energy healer and Yoga teacher, Huseby brings a tremendous amount of intuition, skill, and natural ability into his classes and spiritual healing services. He offers a unique and highly effective method for self-empowerment and self-healing that increases the natural connection to spirit and improves overall well-being.

“Medicine Buddha, the Supreme Healer, is a powerful method of self-healing and attainment of healing powers to help our loved ones. Meditating on the Medicine Buddha assists one in overcoming attachment to desire, heals physical and mental illnesses and releases suffering through the purification of ones Karma,” Huseby said.

The event will take place at Harumi Yoga+ (located at 8787 East Pinnacle Peak Road Suite 206, Scottsdale, AZ 85255) on Saturday October 26th from 3 to 5 p.m. Light refreshments will be provided. Entrance costs $25.

Harumi Yoga+ Holistic Healing House is located on the Southwest corner of Pima and Pinnacle Peak Roads in North Scottsdale, AZ. The studio honors each individual’s right to seek fulfillment, wellness and spiritual nourishment.

For more information on the workshop contact Bryan at 928/274-5270 or for other events and a schedule of the day’s yoga classes and activities visit www.harumiyoga.com or call 480-292-9493.

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CloudNine is a Proud Media Sponsor of The Science and Art of Opening Your Heart!

Media Contact: Trina Becksted
Trina@cloudninemarketing.com
8/29/13

The Science and Art of Opening Your Heart:
A Free Online Telesummit with Visionaries like Bruce Lipton, Gregg Braden, Dr. John Demartini and Mary Morrissey

(Phoenix, AZ) – Writer, producer, filmmaker and visionary Ronna Prince devoted three years of her life to make Sacred Journey of the Heart, a ground-breaking film documenting the science, spirit and healing capabilities of the heart. The film sets out to prove that we are all connected to each other and the earth around us.

The success of the film prompted Prince to create The Science and Art of Opening Your Heart, a free, week-long, online telesummit featuring 20 of the world’s best heart-centered and transformational experts.

“People can claim their free seat today and receive instant access to inspirational gifts. For the first time ever they will have access to the online streaming rental of the film for a reduced rate of $6.99, rather than $9.99, after the Telesummit ends. People can register at www.sacredjourneyoftheheart.com/telesummit to learn new life changing techniques”, says Prince.

The Science and Art of Opening Your Heart will feature respected authors and spiritual leaders such as New York Times bestselling author Gregg Braden, Dr. John Demartini, Colin Tipping, Nick Ortner, Mary Morrisey, Bruce Lipton, PhD and many more.

Here’s what Bob Proctor from the hit film The Secret had to say about Prince’s film: “Your film is phenomenal in creating the awareness of who we are, what we are and the relationship to the whole scheme of things. When people see it, it will provoke them to really begin to think about how interconnected we really are”.

Just as Prince’s enlightening documentary provides a wealth of tools, techniques and information on how to heal, forgive, trust and, ultimately, inspire people, The Science and Art of Opening Your Heart encourages its online audience to become more connected and attuned to heal their hearts.

The event will take place over the course of five days, from September 9-13, 2013. There will be four speakers per day at 9 a.m., noon, 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. Pacific Time and many bonus offerings. Anyone can register for free at www.sacredjourneyoftheheart.com/telesummit .

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