Center for Lifelong Learning Hosts Integrative Medicine Program
Dec 02, 2012 09:45PM
Integrative medicine is where East meets West, making the best of both medical traditions available to address life’s challenges and improve overall health. The University of West Florida Center for Life-long Learning is hosting a program that begins January 18, 2013, on their Fort Walton Beach campus, where participants will learn from local practitioners of Oriental medicine, acupuncture, whole food nutrition, homeopathy, Tai chi, mediation and cutting-edge healing modalities.
Daralyn Chase, publisher of Natural Awakenings of Northwest Florida magazine, will host the program. She has made it her mission over the past six years to provide insights and information about local practitioners, services and products that support a healthier, more balanced lifestyle. “There is keen interest in this subject in our area and I am excited about providing guest speakers who will answer audience questions and speak about their specialty field,” said Chase.
For reservations, call 850-474-3491 or enroll online at uwf.edu/emeraldcoast/aboutus/community.cfm. For more information, visit nwfnaturally.com.