Jamaica To Host Spiritual Wellness Conference In 2016
Spiritual wellness experts combine talents to heal the nation
Negril, Jamaica – Spiritual wellness is an emerging subsector of wellness tourism coming to Jamaica in 2016.
The growth of Spiritual Wellness is ubiquitous around the world. Wellness is a journey to holistic health of body, mind and soul. Spiritual wellbeing is the underpinning essence of our being and encompasses our emotional, social, physical, mental and sexual health.
A prolific writer and expert in the field of spiritual wellness, Dr. Ashby, contributed what is known as a healing balm: “As spiritual beings with challenging human experiences, we need to return to our true roots. We need to rediscover and practice the timeless spiritual principles that will make our journey so much easier and more fulfilling than we can imagine. “
The production of Caribbean Health Tourism (www.Caribbeanhealthtourism.com) hosted the first Caribbean Health & Wellness Conference & Expo from 2005 to 2010. She will produce “The First Annual Spiritual Wellness Workshop: The Mind / Body Experience,” scheduled for Saturday and Sunday March 2-3. July 2016.
The event is designed as a two-day workshop and internship with keynotes: Dr. Glenville Ashby, Journalist, Spiritual Wellbeing Advisor, President of the Global Interfaith Council (www.glenvilleashby.com) and Dr. Tony Vendryes, certified doctor (anesthesiologist), who has switched to complementary and alternative medicine practice, with expertise in hypnotherapy and yoga. The hands-on treatment sessions will be presented on Day 2. Each session will have questions and answers.
Day 1 – SAMPLE TOPICS:
Untangle the meaning of life. Why do we suffer?
What is the Law of Karma?
Is the soul eternal? Is Reincarnation Possible?
What are the pitfalls of spiritual awakening?
Religion and Psychosis: When a Breakdown is a Breakthrough
Learn how to cultivate your inner energy to heal yourself and others
Learn the Taoist principles and microcosmic orbit meditation and its enormous benefits
Afro-Caribbean Religions and Their Path to Spiritual Enlightenment.
The retreat of St. Ignatius Loyola: Food for thought.
The problem with mediumship and spiritual communication. The dangers of superstition
Initiation into the mysteries of the self
Learn breathing exercises for health and emotional balance
Religions of the East and West
DAY 2 – INTERNSHIP – Holistic wellness modalities:
Choose spa and wellness services
For more information and to register, contact Sharon Chambers at 876-310-6612 or 770-873-7685 via email at [email protected]