NORWICH – The public is invited to attend a free Healing Art Fair, and experience a variety of complementary healing modalities that are aimed at helping to prevent illness and to balance one’s energy. On Saturday, April 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Cafe Connection, 28 S. Broad St, a number of practitioners will donate their skill and knowledge so the public can learn about healing art forms that are available for their health benefit.
The participants include: The Acupuncture Clinic of Norwich, Hamilton, Oneonta and Endicott; Tom Mather, Irrodologist; John VanIngen, Medical Intuitive/Reikig Master; Laura Carey, Environmental Educator/Naturalist; Marcy Lewis, Tai Chi / Qigong; Ellen Sokolov, Reiki Master; Canice Paliatta, Energy Release / Massage; Jim Dennis, Massage and Stacy Edick, Community Gardens Coordinator.
“Acupuncture” by Dr. Xiaolei Zhang and Dr. Cheng Zong. Acupuncture is the stimulation of specific points on the body by the insertion of fine needles. The body has 12 main meridians through which energy or Qi / Chi flows. Acupuncture treatment balances and moves the energy using needles to effect change and stimulate your body to release natural chemicals such as pain killers and hormones that accelerate the natural healing process. Dr. Zhang and Zong will give demonstrations to the fair participants.