Adrenal Fatigue: Overcoming Exhaustion

Sunday, July 17th , 2016, 10:00-11:30 AM

Souen SoHo

210 6th Avenue (at Prince Street)
New York, New York 10014

Subway: C/E to Spring Street

Free Admission!

Are you under chronic stress? Do you always feel tired (even when you have gotten a good night’s sleep)? Do you have cold hands and feet or low blood pressure? If so, you may be suffering from adrenal fatigue. The stresses of modern life have “burned” many of us out and made us vulnerable to chronic health problems. Many people suffer without being able to be diagnose their symptoms of low libido, fatigue, anxiety, depression, lack of stamina, sensitivity to cold, exercise intolerance and more. These are signs of adrenal exhaustion.

John Kozinski, natural health counselor and teacher, will explain what adrenal fatigue is, the common symptoms, and how to recover with common sense diet, exercise and lifestyle practices

John Kozinski is a natural health counselor and teacher for 40 years in his own private practice and on the faculty of a major alternative health institute in Massachusetts for 27 years. He has taught and counseled over 40,000 people with a complete curriculum on natural healthcare, lifestyle, and Integrative Diagnosis; an east west noninvasive diagnosis technique he developed. He is an international lecturer and author. You can learn more about John at his website
www.macrobiotic.com

Co-sponsored by the Traditional Nutrition Guild

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The 8 Brocades Chi Gung / Qigong

Sunday, June 12th , 2016, 10:00-11:30 AM

Souen SoHo

210 6th Avenue (at Prince Street)
New York, New York 10014

Subway: C/E to Spring Street

Free Admission!

Authentic high quality Chinese exercises known as chi gung have powerfully beneficial effects on the body and mind. The Eight Brocades set is one of the most popular sets of chi gung in the world because it is easy to learn and amazingly effective.

John Kozinski, natural health counselor and teacher, will explain how this set is designed to strengthen the body, particularly the legs, back, shoulders and neck, to balance the vital functions and tonify the internal organs, to build immunity and resistance, enhance vitality and to drive stagnant energy and toxic residues from the system.

John Kozinski is a natural health counselor and teacher for 40 years in his own private practice and on the faculty of a major alternative health institute in Massachusetts for 27 years. He has taught and counseled over 40,000 people with a complete curriculum on natural healthcare, lifestyle, and Integrative Diagnosis; an east west noninvasive diagnosis technique he developed. He is an international lecturer and author. You can learn more about John at his website
www.macrobiotic.com

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What Your Hair and Skin Reveals about Your Health and Nourishment

Sunday, May 15th, 2016, 10:00-11:30 AM

Souen SoHo
210 6th Avenue (at Prince Street)
New York, New York 10014

Subway: C/E to Spring Street

Free Admission!

 

In traditional oriental medicine and natural medicine, the skin and hair reflects the health of the whole body. Learn what the skin and hair can show you about the health of specific organs, your metabolism, your overall well-being and how well-nourished your body is.

John Kozinski, natural health counselor and teacher, will explain how to correct imbalances and create naturally vibrant and healthy skin and hair with food, right activities, lifestyle habits, supplements and herbs.

John Kozinski is a natural health counselor and teacher for 40 years in his own private practice and on the faculty of a major alternative health institute in Massachusetts for 27 years. He has taught and counseled over 40,000 people with a complete curriculum on natural healthcare, lifestyle, and Integrative Diagnosis; an east west noninvasive diagnosis technique he developed. He is an international lecturer and author. You can learn more about John at his website www.macrobiotic.com

Co-sponsored by the Traditional Nutrition Guild

 

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