Springing Forward with Institute for Holistic Health Studies
The Institute for Holistic Health Studies (IHHS) at Western Connecticut State University (WCSU) has a series of spring 2018 events planned for WCSU’s Midtown campus. The Sahaja Yoga meditation series, which began in January, will also be held on March 13, April 10 and May 8 at 7pm in Warner Hall’s Room 103. It will continue on the second Tuesday of each month through the end of 2018.
On March 7, Dr. Sarah Poulin will present An Introduction to Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture as part of the lunchtime Wellness Wednesday workshops series. On April 4, naturopathic physicians Drs. Andrew Cummins and Mara Davidson will present The Medicinal Benefits of Tea. All Wellness Wednesday workshops are held at 12:30pm in White Hall’s Room 127.
The third annual Health, Wellness and Fitness Fair will be held on April 19 in the Bill Williams gym in Berkshire Hall.
The mission of the Institute for Holistic Health Studies is to provide the university and greater Danbury area with an opportunity to engage in and explore different aspects of holistic and integrative health through programming and instruction. Their holistic perspective on health and healing integrates conventional healing with traditional and modern alternative practices from around the world.
The programs sponsored by the Institute for Holistic Health Studies are free and open to the public.
For more information, contact IHHS Director Christel Autuori at AutuoriC@WCSU.edu. Location: WCSU Midtown campus, 181 White St, Danbury. See Community Resource Guide listing, page 61.Edit ModuleShow Tags