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Cultural Healing Festival

PLEASE JOIN US!

Learn, explore, enjoy and celebrate diverse cultural healing methods & demonstrations, music, cultural performances, and ethnic foods at the

CULTURAL HEALING FESTIVAL

SATURDAY
NOVEMBER 11, 2006

TIME
9:00 am to 5:00 pm

LOCATION
Whitney Senior Center
1527 Northway Drive
St Cloud, MN 56303

Direction/Map to Whitney Senior Center

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
FREE PARKING AVAILABLE

LIST OF PRESENTERS & DEMONSTRATORS
Chandra Prakash, Richard Chandler, Ana Maria Studer, Diane Calabria, Dana Spates, Frank Chartrand, Barb Hanska, Dee Ma Chen,
Frank Sowada & Joaquin Alves.

Presenters' background

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Opportunity to set up booths

Preference will be given to businesses in the area of complementary therapies and products.
Minimum donation of $50 per booth.

Booths will be up from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Please make check payable to:
UNIITE

To reserve space, you need to send in your donation and booth registration form.

You will also need to fill out form ST-19.

Please send necessary forms & donation check to:

UNIITE
P.O. Box 6162
St. Cloud, MN 56302-6162

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Special Thank You

Event Coordinator:
Michele Bergh, Infinite Light Wellness Center

Cultural Program Coordinator:
Cristina Seaborn, Secretary, UNIITE

Decoration Coordinator:
Rupesh Modi, NSA student, SCSU

Master of Ceremony:
Aneeqa Khan, NSA student, SCSU

Sound Manager:
Paul Cotton, musician

Stage Manager:
Amit Gupta, NSA student, SCSU

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PHOTOS FROM THE EVENT

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EVALUATION OF THIS EVENT

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MAIN PROGRAM SCHEDULE

9:00 10:00 am
Raj Yoga (The Yoga of Meditation/Contemplation) in Sage Patanjali's Yogasutra Text
Chandra Prakash

10:00 11:00 am
In light of the above, how I have understood, practiced, and taught Yoga
Richard & Bonnett Chandler

11:00 am 12:00 pm
Breakout session: Yoga hands on
Richard & Bonnett Chandler
Ana Maria Studer
Diane Calabria
Dana Spates

12:00 1:00 pm
Q & A, discussion, comparing notes and sharing learnings from morning exchanges
Chandra Prakash
Ana Maria Studer
Diane Calabria
Dana Spates

1:00 3:00 pm
Lunch break, cultural performances, & at least 5 different ethnic foods in Clemens Hall.

3:00 5:00 pm
Breakout 1: Native American Dakota medicine (two 55 minute repeats)
Frank Chartrand and Barb Hanska

Breakout 2: Qigong (two 55 minute repeats)
Dee Ma Chen

Breakout 3: Pranic Healing (two 55 minute repeats)
Frank Sowada

Breakout 4: Drumming as healing (two 55 minute repeats)
Joaquin Alves

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CULTURAL PROGRAM SCHEDULE

11:00 - 11:30 am
Irish music played by Cristina Seaborn, violin, Andrew Humbert, bodhran, viola, and Paul Cotton, bodhran

1:00 - 1:15 pm
Nepalese songs sung on guitar by Shirish Dali

1:15 - 1:45 pm
South Asian music on tabla and didgeridoo duet by Pratik Singh and Kohei Oba.

1:45 - 2:00 pm
Hindu "Festival of Lights" Diwali dance by Rekha Guragain and Anita

2:00 - 2:30 pm
Mexican songs sung on guitar by Alejandro Lopez

2:30 - 2:45 pm
Somali cultural dance led by Ayan Omar and troupe. Audience invited to participate.

2:45 - 2:55 pm
Song on guitars by Pratik Singh and Subigya Shakya

2:55 - 3:00 pm
Nepalese dance by Shelista Nyachhyon and Supriya Thapa

4:30 - 4:40 pm
Arabic Music, Isma'a
Zosha Warpeha, oboe, violin
Claire Barthel, violin
Celia Blomberg, violin
Jack Lambert Turk, viola
Cristina Seaborn, violin

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RELATED LINKS

TEASER

http://thenewmedicine.org/about_the_show
http://thenewmedicine.org

HEALTH CARE & WORLD RELIGIONS SERIES
Series Planning Phase
Phase A

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DOWNLOADABLE FILES
(in pdf format)

FLYER

BOOTH REGISTRATION FORM

ST-19 FORM

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SPONSORED BY:
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation

PLEASE CONTACT US TO BECOME A SPONSOR OF THIS EVENT!
(320)291-7124
admin@uniite.org
malnazareth@charter.net

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CO-SPONSORED BY:
Mind Body & Spirit

Infinite Light Wellness Center
Infinite Light Wellness Center

Nepalese Student Association at St. Cloud State University

 

 

 

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