Inside Out Thermography
19 Central Street, Suite G
Your symptoms are trying to tell you something! -Listening to the wisdom of your Body-Mind Connection to help yourself (and those you work with) heal. with Alison Shaw NP, HNB-BC, LMT
Many healing traditions since ancient times have viewed illness as a symbol of underlying imbalances in body, mind and soul. Join integrative nurse practitioner and body-mind therapist Alison Shaw NP, HNB-BC, LMT for an eye-opening hour where we'll learn to "listen" dis-ease as a messenger that can help us heal more effectively than through medical intervention or psychotherapy alone.
Participants will be led on a guided body dialogue to explore the messages that are waiting to be heard within our own bodymind, and gain tools for continuing this powerful technique on your own.
Alison Shaw NP, HNB-BC, LMT
is a Family Nurse Practitioner, Licensed Bodyworker and Certified Energy Medicine Practitioner. Over 30 years in conventional and holistic healthcare, and 25 years in private practice, she has developed Bodymind Repatterning™, an integrative approach that combines body-centered counseling, integrative bodywork and energy medicine to help people identify and resolve the underlying bodymind patterns that contribute to symptoms and limit health. She co-directed Cancer, Dignity and Wisdom, a creative healing program for people with cancer and has spoken and taught extensively in the field of bodymind health. She is currently Co-Director of the Center for Body Mind Integration in Lexington, MA.
For more information about Alison and Bodymind Repatterning please visit: bodymindrepatterning.com
"Sometimes the function of illness is deeper than having something wrong and getting rid of it.To catch a glimpse of the forces of the psyche and the unconscious motivation behind the illness can be astounding". -Brugh Joy MD
Meetings are free and open to all those who share a similar interest.
RSVP or to be on the mailing list for future meetings:
or by phone to Janice Anderson, RN, HN-BC, InsideOut Thermography (978) 270-2005 or Gale Lyman, RN, HN-BC, The Lyman Center, (978) 388-9564.