Vital to WholeHealth Chicago’s mission is to educate and support people who want to discover ways to empower themselves and activate their self-healing potentials.
The Dragon’s Way Program:
The Dragon’s Way Program is a 6-week comprehensive, holistic weight loss, stress reduction and wellness program. The program based on ancient Traditional Chinese Medicine healing principles addresses root causes of weight gain and other health issues by strengthening the functioning of the key organs involved in maintaining proper weight. Participants learn 10 gentle Qigong exercises, learn to identify and modify key stresses in their lives, learn special foods for healing that help the body heal from the inside out, and have the opportunity to take herbs designed to support the program.
Upcoming Dragon’s Way classes:
Next six-week class begins: Tuesday, Sept. 24th.
Tuesday, Sept. 24 – Tuesday, Oct. 29 at WholeHealth Chicago, 2522 N. Lincoln Avenue, Chicago. The class will meet from 7:30 – 8: 45 PM. (The first and last class will end at 9:00 PM)
Program Costs: The cost for the 6-week Dragon’s Way program is $200. The cost to repeat the program is $75. All participants receive a Dragon’s Way Booklet with information and guidance about how to benefit from the program. Also, every participant receives a guided audio practice CD intended to help people do the 10 Wu Ming Qigong exercises on their own. In addition, participants have the option to purchase other materials to enhance their Dragon’s Way experience.
Special Free Informational Session at WholeHealth Chicago:
Overview of the Dragon’s Way Program
Tuesday, September 17; 7-8 pm
How to Register: Please call Larry Stoler, PhD at 847-644-2296 and email@example.com. Space is limited, so advance registration is highly recommended. Accepted forms of payment are: cash, check and credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover)
Lose Weight and Reduce Stress Naturally with the Dragon’s Way®
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Instructor: Larry Stoler, PhD