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Conference at Shelter Theater Offers Nonmedical Alternatives to Healing

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By John Wharton

The healing journey guides us through deeply held and often hidden traumas, blockages that hold us back and even can result in physical disease. Many alternatives to traditional medicine exist to create and encourage healing through the benefits of techniques like meditation, sound healing, shamanic healing, energy healing, biofeedback devices, and more.

A conference on Friday, November 15, at Shelter Theater, will explore these modalities of healing. Local psychologist Azzah Manukova will speak, as will Janey Butterworth, a licensed social worker who works intuitively with human energy systems. Liz Lou, who practices a nontraditional form of shamanic healing that heals trauma at the DNA level, sometimes involving past lives and early childhood and always a deeper level of connection to spirit, will also speak. Luba Diangar, a Russian scientist who worked for NASA, will discuss working with a 3-D body scan diagnostic assessment that uses a Siberian biofeedback device. Christine Anderson will be talking about what plasma technology is, how it works, and its benefits.

Tickets to this event are available at the Biblioteca gift shop, Tesoros, and online.

Saturday, November 9, at 3pm: Don’t miss the powerful spiritual documentary, Tashi and the Monk, hosted by Frank Simons of the Meditation Center of San Miguel. Nestled deep within the foothills of the Himalayas is an inspiring community led by Buddhist monk Lobsang, a renowned spiritual teacher who works to create a reality of love and acceptance for abused children. The documentary follows one of the newest arrivals to his commune, a shy five-year old girl who’s endured unimaginable tragedy during her brief life. Spirituality and Practice Magazine calls it, “a heartwarming documentary about love and compassion at work in Tibet.”

Sunday, November 10, at 3pm, kick up your heels on 42nd Street with a brand-new remake of the Broadway classic! You won’t want to miss this Shelter special event, beamed directly from the Great White Way. Bonnie Langford and Tom Lister star, and it’s only available on our big screen.

It’s an iconic Broadway story: young Peggy Sawyer is fresh off the bus from small-town America and just another face in the chorus line on Broadway’s newest show. When the leading lady gets injured, Peggy just might have her shot at stardom. You know all the tunes, and the choreography is as incredible as ever. “Feel-good” never felt so fine!

Visit www.sheltervg4.com for a map, a calendar of events, and online tickets. Send ticketing questions and comments to sheltervg4@gmail.com. No need to print online tickets—your name is enough. Find us on the Qué Pasa map, at the upper left corner.

Documentary and Discussion

Tashi and the Monk

Sat, Nov 9, 3pm

70 pesos

Broadway on Screen

42nd Street

Sun, Nov 10, 3pm

150 pesos

Live Music/Variety

Open Mic

Tue, Nov 12, 7pm

80 pesos (includes drink)

Live Conference

“The Many Faces of Healing”

Fri, Nov 15, 5pm

150 pesos

All events are in Shelter Theater

 

sheltervg4@gmail.com

Conference at Shelter Theater Offers Nonmedical Alternatives to Healing

By John Wharton

The healing journey guides us through deeply held and often hidden traumas, blockages that hold us back and even can result in physical disease. Many alternatives to traditional medicine exist to create and encourage healing through the benefits of techniques like meditation, sound healing, shamanic healing, energy healing, biofeedback devices, and more.

A conference on Friday, November 15, at Shelter Theater, will explore these modalities of healing. Local psychologist Azzah Manukova will speak, as will Janey Butterworth, a licensed social worker who works intuitively with human energy systems. Liz Lou, who practices a nontraditional form of shamanic healing that heals trauma at the DNA level, sometimes involving past lives and early childhood and always a deeper level of connection to spirit, will also speak. Luba Diangar, a Russian scientist who worked for NASA, will discuss working with a 3-D body scan diagnostic assessment that uses a Siberian biofeedback device. Christine Anderson will be talking about what plasma technology is, how it works, and its benefits.

Tickets to this event are available at the Biblioteca gift shop, Tesoros, and online.

Saturday, November 9, at 3pm: Don’t miss the powerful spiritual documentary, Tashi and the Monk, hosted by Frank Simons of the Meditation Center of San Miguel. Nestled deep within the foothills of the Himalayas is an inspiring community led by Buddhist monk Lobsang, a renowned spiritual teacher who works to create a reality of love and acceptance for abused children. The documentary follows one of the newest arrivals to his commune, a shy five-year old girl who’s endured unimaginable tragedy during her brief life. Spirituality and Practice Magazine calls it, “a heartwarming documentary about love and compassion at work in Tibet.”

Sunday, November 10, at 3pm, kick up your heels on 42nd Street with a brand-new remake of the Broadway classic! You won’t want to miss this Shelter special event, beamed directly from the Great White Way. Bonnie Langford and Tom Lister star, and it’s only available on our big screen.

It’s an iconic Broadway story: young Peggy Sawyer is fresh off the bus from small-town America and just another face in the chorus line on Broadway’s newest show. When the leading lady gets injured, Peggy just might have her shot at stardom. You know all the tunes, and the choreography is as incredible as ever. “Feel-good” never felt so fine!

Visit www.sheltervg4.com for a map, a calendar of events, and online tickets. Send ticketing questions and comments to sheltervg4@gmail.com. No need to print online tickets—your name is enough. Find us on the Qué Pasa map, at the upper left corner.

Documentary and Discussion

Tashi and the Monk

Sat, Nov 9, 3pm

70 pesos

Broadway on Screen

42nd Street

Sun, Nov 10, 3pm

150 pesos

Live Music/Variety

Open Mic

Tue, Nov 12, 7pm

80 pesos (includes drink)

Live Conference

“The Many Faces of Healing”

Fri, Nov 15, 5pm

150 pesos

All events are in Shelter Theater

sheltervg4@gmail.com

Conference at Shelter Theater Offers Nonmedical Alternatives to Healing

By John Wharton

The healing journey guides us through deeply held and often hidden traumas, blockages that hold us back and even can result in physical disease. Many alternatives to traditional medicine exist to create and encourage healing through the benefits of techniques like meditation, sound healing, shamanic healing, energy healing, biofeedback devices, and more.

A conference on Friday, November 15, at Shelter Theater, will explore these modalities of healing. Local psychologist Azzah Manukova will speak, as will Janey Butterworth, a licensed social worker who works intuitively with human energy systems. Liz Lou, who practices a nontraditional form of shamanic healing that heals trauma at the DNA level, sometimes involving past lives and early childhood and always a deeper level of connection to spirit, will also speak. Luba Diangar, a Russian scientist who worked for NASA, will discuss working with a 3-D body scan diagnostic assessment that uses a Siberian biofeedback device. Christine Anderson will be talking about what plasma technology is, how it works, and its benefits.

Tickets to this event are available at the Biblioteca gift shop, Tesoros, and online.

Saturday, November 9, at 3pm: Don’t miss the powerful spiritual documentary, Tashi and the Monk, hosted by Frank Simons of the Meditation Center of San Miguel. Nestled deep within the foothills of the Himalayas is an inspiring community led by Buddhist monk Lobsang, a renowned spiritual teacher who works to create a reality of love and acceptance for abused children. The documentary follows one of the newest arrivals to his commune, a shy five-year old girl who’s endured unimaginable tragedy during her brief life. Spirituality and Practice Magazine calls it, “a heartwarming documentary about love and compassion at work in Tibet.”

Sunday, November 10, at 3pm, kick up your heels on 42nd Street with a brand-new remake of the Broadway classic! You won’t want to miss this Shelter special event, beamed directly from the Great White Way. Bonnie Langford and Tom Lister star, and it’s only available on our big screen.

It’s an iconic Broadway story: young Peggy Sawyer is fresh off the bus from small-town America and just another face in the chorus line on Broadway’s newest show. When the leading lady gets injured, Peggy just might have her shot at stardom. You know all the tunes, and the choreography is as incredible as ever. “Feel-good” never felt so fine!

Visit www.sheltervg4.com for a map, a calendar of events, and online tickets. Send ticketing questions and comments to sheltervg4@gmail.com. No need to print online tickets—your name is enough. Find us on the Qué Pasa map, at the upper left corner.

Documentary and Discussion

Tashi and the Monk

Sat, Nov 9, 3pm

70 pesos

Broadway on Screen

42nd Street

Sun, Nov 10, 3pm

150 pesos

Live Music/Variety

Open Mic

Tue, Nov 12, 7pm

80 pesos (includes drink)

Live Conference

“The Many Faces of Healing”

Fri, Nov 15, 5pm

150 pesos

All events are in Shelter Theater

sheltervg4@gmail.com

Conference at Shelter Theater Offers Nonmedical Alternatives to Healing

By John Wharton

The healing journey guides us through deeply held and often hidden traumas, blockages that hold us back and even can result in physical disease. Many alternatives to traditional medicine exist to create and encourage healing through the benefits of techniques like meditation, sound healing, shamanic healing, energy healing, biofeedback devices, and more.

A conference on Friday, November 15, at Shelter Theater, will explore these modalities of healing. Local psychologist Azzah Manukova will speak, as will Janey Butterworth, a licensed social worker who works intuitively with human energy systems. Liz Lou, who practices a nontraditional form of shamanic healing that heals trauma at the DNA level, sometimes involving past lives and early childhood and always a deeper level of connection to spirit, will also speak. Luba Diangar, a Russian scientist who worked for NASA, will discuss working with a 3-D body scan diagnostic assessment that uses a Siberian biofeedback device. Christine Anderson will be talking about what plasma technology is, how it works, and its benefits.

Tickets to this event are available at the Biblioteca gift shop, Tesoros, and online.

Saturday, November 9, at 3pm: Don’t miss the powerful spiritual documentary, Tashi and the Monk, hosted by Frank Simons of the Meditation Center of San Miguel. Nestled deep within the foothills of the Himalayas is an inspiring community led by Buddhist monk Lobsang, a renowned spiritual teacher who works to create a reality of love and acceptance for abused children. The documentary follows one of the newest arrivals to his commune, a shy five-year old girl who’s endured unimaginable tragedy during her brief life. Spirituality and Practice Magazine calls it, “a heartwarming documentary about love and compassion at work in Tibet.”

Sunday, November 10, at 3pm, kick up your heels on 42nd Street with a brand-new remake of the Broadway classic! You won’t want to miss this Shelter special event, beamed directly from the Great White Way. Bonnie Langford and Tom Lister star, and it’s only available on our big screen.

It’s an iconic Broadway story: young Peggy Sawyer is fresh off the bus from small-town America and just another face in the chorus line on Broadway’s newest show. When the leading lady gets injured, Peggy just might have her shot at stardom. You know all the tunes, and the choreography is as incredible as ever. “Feel-good” never felt so fine!

Visit www.sheltervg4.com for a map, a calendar of events, and online tickets. Send ticketing questions and comments to sheltervg4@gmail.com. No need to print online tickets—your name is enough. Find us on the Qué Pasa map, at the upper left corner.

Documentary and Discussion

Tashi and the Monk

Sat, Nov 9, 3pm

70 pesos

Broadway on Screen

42nd Street

Sun, Nov 10, 3pm

150 pesos

Live Music/Variety

Open Mic

Tue, Nov 12, 7pm

80 pesos (includes drink)

Live Conference

“The Many Faces of Healing”

Fri, Nov 15, 5pm

150 pesos

All events are in Shelter Theater

sheltervg4@gmail.com

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