Four Dynamic women healers will discuss their craft and offer an experiential workshop at Florida International University Program in the Study of Spirituality.
Exceptional panelists will include: Dr. Carol Davis, professor at the University of Miami School of Medicine and author of a study on the role of empathy in healing; Ronnie Newman, a Vedic medicine practitioner and Senior Meditation teacher from the Art of Living Foundation; Dr. Lisa Van Ostrand, a Taoist teacher of bio-energetic healing techniques and Dr. Medical Qigong (China); and Yeyefini Efunbolade, founder of the International Institute of Afrikan Studies and Knowledge and a practitioner of ancient Yoruban shamanic healing techniques.
Moderator will be Rev. Linnea Pearson, Ph.D., who uses spiritual direction, pastoral counseling, and meditation as modes of healing. She is the Inter-Faith/Unitarian Universalist Chaplain at FIU/BBC.
Program coordinator will be Nina Yarus, who facilitates women’s spiritual study groups.
The program is held in honor of Women’s History Month.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Thursday, March 12th, 2009 7:30 p.m.
Room 104 – Graham Center of the University Park Campus
11200 SW 8th Street in West Dade
(305) 770-2254 – spirituality.fiu.edu
Women’s Studies Program