Maya will be speaking at FEW May 14!

FEW Meeting May 14: Genki in Japan 
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 FEW May Monthly Meeting

Genki in Japan 

~ A Panel Discussion on Diverse Approaches to Women’s Health and Well-being in Japan ~


Thursday, May 14 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm @ Centre Hall in Hiroo, Tokyo
What types of medicines and philosophies around well-being are there in Japan?  What is the approach that suits you best? Which ones should you try out? And how can you find your own mix between traditional, alternative and scientific medicine?
Join us for our May monthly meeting as we welcome panelists PurNIMA Sharma-David, Shiatsu Therapist & Reiki Master at Lotus Healing, Stephanie Chan from Edward Obaidey Acupuncture Clinic, Maya Ileto, GYROKINESIS® trainer and Dr. Claudine Bliah, Gynecologist/ Obstetrician at Tokyo Medial Clinic for a discussion on different approaches to women’s health and well-being of the body and of the mind, their benefits and how they are practiced in Japan. They will also share practical tips you can take home and test on yourself.
Panelists:
Purnima Sharma-David, Shiatsu Therapist & Reiki Master at Lotus Healing
Stephanie Chan, Licensed Acupuncturist, Chinese Herbalist & Massage Therapist,
Edward Obaidey Acupuncture Clinic

Maya Ileto, GYROKINESIS® trainer
Dr. Claudine Bliah, Gynecologist/ Obstetrician at Tokyo Medial Clinic
All women welcome!!
FEW Members 3,000 yen; Guests 5,000 yen
(includes buffet dinner & drinks)


Share with your friends what FEW is all about: 
FEW Members may bring up to two first time guests for the discounted
guest rate of 4,000 yen.
 Make a note of your guest's name when registering!!
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