April Lunch

Please join us for our next HNA Luncheon on April 21 at the Edelweiss restaurant, as John "Thunder Heart" Robinson presents, "An unlimited being, moving beyond responsibility".  John is a medium, musician and spiritual guide. Join us as he shares his experiences and how this led to the shattering of illusions — of how life is supposed to be by our society and family conditioning — to how life is! A flow of moments and experiences that form our personal reality and definition of success! Join us and hear about a unique life's journey and about the unlimited possibilities in your own life! RSVP 719-277-6645 or email: indo@hnacolorado.com.  For more info and updates, please "like" the HNA Facebook page.

About John: John Robinson, also known as “Thunder Heart”, went from a fairly average existence, participating in sports, camping, hanging out on the street corners as a teen and getting into a little trouble, to having a life changing vision that turned his world upside down.

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John was born and raised on Long Island, N.Y. and has been involved in spiritual pursuits from an early age. Only after
becoming an adult did John realize he was having paranormal experiences since an early age. It was not until, in 1990, the Universe presented Catherine Barley into his life and taught him to look within through unique meditations. These meditations were a life changing gift. As time passed the meditations evolved, Spirit gifted me with the ability to move energy and to aid in the healing of all types of imbalances. Whether they be physical, mental or spiritual in nature.
John began doing readings for friends and family in the early 1980's and continues this work today doing fairs, private readings and healing at his center called “The Inner Light Center of Colorado”.
John has also been trained as a Shamanic Practitioner, 3rd degree Reiki Master Teacher, Therapeutic Touch, EFT, Contact Reflex Analysis and Access Consciousness "The Bars". .
John is also a musician. He began by playing the African Drum called the Djembe. He started what is called “Full Moon Drumming Ceremony at Garden of the Gods” with up to 300 participants attending during warm weather. He also learned to play the Australian aboriginal instrument the Didgeridoo and Native American Flute. His music is mainly for meditation and sound healing. He currently plays and records with “Ancient Echoes”  His cd titles are, “First Song”, “Earth/Sea/Air” and newest digital album release of “Moving Forward From The Past”. Visit his music website at www.ancientechoesllc.com

 

 

HNA March Evening Event

Finally an HNA evening event! Join us Thurs. March 17th, 2016 at 5:30pm as our guest speaker, Naturopath, Pam Chapdelaine shares insight on her cancer journey and recovery. Pam is a Certified Health Specialist and Master Herbalist and she has more to offer her clients than just clinical knowledge and expertise. She has personally battled breast cancer. In 2014 she was diagnosed with stage 2 ductal carcinoma. This came as quite a shock and surprise to Pam who for 15 years had been in the health and wellness industry helping others battle cancer. She knows what it takes to rid the body of impurities and supply the best super foods for optimal health. Her passion is to help guide cancer patients in their journey. Join us as she shares her insight on her journey and recovery. Edelweiss Restaurant, 34 E Ramona Ave, CS 80905. Guests welcome. RSVP to save a seat: 719-277-6645 or email: info@hnacolorado.com. And don't forget to "like" the HNA Colorado Facebook page, so you can keep up with our events and other information that our members share. Layout 1

February Lunch

Join us on Thurs. Feb 18th as Physical Therapist, Kelli Crosby talks about, "Keeping Pain Out of Your Daily Life – practical self-care tips to help you prevent, manage and eliminate pain".

1. Learn How to Prevent Pain and Injury
	a. undo what you've done
	b. stretch while you live
	c. if muscles could talk
2. Learn How to Think Like a PT
	a. do's and don'ts
	b. stretches for humans living on a planet with gravity

About Kelli:

Kelli graduated in 1999 from the University of North Florida, in Jacksonville, Florida, with a degree in Physical Therapy and has been practicing in Colorado Springs, Colorado since 2000.  She completed her specialty certification in orthopedic manipulative therapy in 2006, through the North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy.  In 2009, Kelli self-published her first book, “How to Think Like a Physical Therapist, in your everyday life.” She works as a consultant to help others learn more about how to deal and manage pain in the work place and in life.

Kellli's  book was originally written for Kelli’s patients, this book addresses many of the questions that patients regularly ask, plus all of the advice Kelli gives on a wide variety of subjects from stretching and ergonomics to sleep position and when to use ice.  It’s like having a friend in the business.  This book will teach you how to start thinking like a physical therapist so you can:  understand how to address pain and injury if it occurs and learn the things you should be doing to prevent pain.  Filled with practical tips and instructions, this book is designed with your questions in mind.  The use of digital photography helps illustrate simple concepts and accurately depicts Kelli’s most commonly prescribed stretches.  You will find concise advice written in an easy to read and easily applicable format, that will help you take control over pain.

 

Lunch starts at 11:30 at the Edelweiss restaurant. Order off menu. Guests welcome.

 

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January Luncheon

Join HNA on Thursday, Jan. 21 at 11:30am at the Edelwiess Restaurant located at 34 E. Romona Ave. Our guest speaker will be Debi Bauer. She will be talking about PILLAR Institute for Lifelong Learning. PILLAR provides high quality classes and educational travel experiences that curious adults can pursue. "Learning for the FUN of it!"

Debi has held technical and management while working for Electronic Data Systems and then became a consultant to assist performance in individuals and leadership teams in the area of communication, decision making, managing change and results orientation. She volunteers for numerous non-profits, including PILLAR, where she serves at the current President of the Board.

Network with like minded holistic business owners and like-minded folks.  Bring business cards. Guests welcome. There is no set price, order off the menu. RSVP 719-277-6645 or info@hnacolorado.com.
Make sure you "like" the HNA FB page & check it out for updates.

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