The INTEGRIS James L. Hall Jr. Center for Mind, Body and Spirit is working to create a more compassionate, open-minded and effective model of health care and health education. This model addresses not just the physical dimensions of health and illness, but the mental, emotional, social and spiritual dimensions as well. It is grounded in a conviction that all of us have a great and largely untapped capacity to understand ourselves, to improve our own health and well-being, and to help one another.
Is Acupuncture Right for You?
Today we have a post from our guest blogger, Seneca Dewbre, who has a Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and is currently completing her doctorate specialization in gynecology. Seneca offers acupuncture treatment at the INTEGRIS James L. Hall Jr. Center for Mind, Body and Spirit and the INTEGRIS Troy and Dollie Smith Wellness Center.
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The INTEGRIS James L. Hall, Jr. Center for Mind, Body and Spirit hosted Robert Biswas-Diener, Ph.D., also known as the “Indiana Jones of Happiness” Thursday, October 15th at the Gaylord Pickens Heritage Museum in conjunction with the INTEGRIS Women’s Health Forum.
Molly Ross, executive director of the Center, welcomed a full house and introduced R. Murali Krishna, MD, president and co-founder of the Center. Dr. Krishna then presented Dr. Biswas-Diener who shared stories from his adventures around the globe and universal lessons about happiness.
Prior to the presentation, a reception was held in the Edith Kinney Gaylord Garden filled with beautiful fall flower arrangements by Tony Foss and catering by Rococo’s.
Reception Guests included Polly Nichols, Becky Roten, Dr. Mark Mellow, Skye Mellow, Joan Yoakam, Bridgette and Dan O’Connor, Paula Love, Nicole Thomas, Sunny Cearly, Catherine Ratliff and more.
These complementary and alternative medicine treatments can assist you with improved health through relief from anxiety, stress, pain, nausea, insomnia and fatigue.
When you become anxious that you are running out of time to complete a project, or a job that has a deadline, this calming routine will help to halt any sense of panic and re-focus your mind.
The INTEGRIS James L. Hall Jr. Center for Mind, Body and Spirit is working to create a more compassionate, open-minded and effective model of health care and health education. This model addresses not just the physical dimensions of health and illness, but the mental, emotional, social and spiritual dimensions as well.
How to Use Your Imagination to Improve Your Health
The Center for Mind, Body and Spirit offers the following services:
- Training and education programs for health-care providers.
- Public workshops featuring leaders in the field of mind-body medicine.
- Mind/Body Therapies Center providing massage, healing touch, guided imagery, restorative yoga, etc.
- A media center with more than 2,000 books, journals and videos available to the public.
- A newsletter for people interested in mind, body and spirit matters.
- Children's Yoga Classes
- A speakers' bureau