Sunday, September 27, 2020

january, 2020

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18jan4:00 pm5:00 pmA Course in Meditation


Event Details

Close your eyes, slow your breath and follow a calm, soothing voice on a journey towards inner balance. Step into this oasis getting in touch with yourself and your intuitions. Focus on the bounty of good in the world. Learn to approach life experiences with openness and curiosity.

Through a multidimensional approach to health, this course will help improve many aspects of your life, including weight and stress management, emotional resilience and self-compassion. You will become more productive and less distracted by unhelpful feelings, demonstrating an enhanced ability to confront challenges and solve problems.

These four 60-minute sessions will help you identify your purpose, gain self-confidence and seize your potential. You’ll be lifted out of the physical present and away from everyday anxieties.

This course will be held every Saturday from 4 pm-5 pm from January 18th to February 8th and is taught by Dr. Shah.

  • Attendance to all four sessions is mandatory.
  • There will some dietary guidelines that you must follow.
  • You are also expected to devote at least 30 minutes a day for the assigned activities during this course period.

About Dr. Shah

Dr. Shah’s care philosophy is to blend the art of healing with the art of living.Her passion is integrative care in which western medicine integrates with natural healing therapy for the best outcome. She teaches patients the true healing potential of their body by making them understand the value of a healthy diet, exercise and stress management. This along with the western therapeutic treatment heals their acute and chronic conditions.

For her, health is not just an absence of disease, rather it is a complete physical and mental well-being.

She strongly believes in the tremendous power of good nutrition, physical fitness and stress management in healing, and have experienced great results in its synergistic effect with western medicine in her practice.


(Saturday) 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Sandy Library

10100 South Petunia Way (1405 East) Sandy, Utah 84092


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