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Awaken the Healer Within: Healing Practices from the Sufi Tradition

Craig McAndrewSpecial Interest PathwayAwaken the Healer Within: Healing practices from the Sufi Tradition
7:00pm - 9:00pm
Wednesday, April 16
With Dr. Jonah Yakel
 
 
 
Join Dr. Jonah Yakel as he shares practices from the mystical tradition of Sufism to help you awaken to the divine healing presence that resides within. Whether you are a beginner or experienced, this class will help you tune to the source of all healing. This class is great for both healers and those seeking to heal.
 
Suggested Love Offering: $10
 
Dr. Jonah Yakel is a healer, teacher, speaker, chiropractor, and flow practitioner. In 2002, he awakened to his life’s calling, abruptly leaving his career as an electrical engineer, to pursue his dream of being an alternative health care practitioner. Guided by the knowledge that the body has an innate intelligence and contains a potential for healing far greater than any outside source could ever provide, he obtained his doctorate in chiropractic in 2006. He has studied with leaders in the field of chiropractic and natural health including Dr. Lance Wright, founder and developed of Flow, and Dr. Donald Epstein, founder of Network Spinal Analysis.
 
In May of 2009, Dr. Yakel was involved in a near fatal car accident resulting in over 25 broken bones and significant internal injuries. He has since made a full recovery believed only possible through a combination of gentle adjustments, functional medicine, nutrition, exercise, and mindful living. He is now left with a deep gratitude for life and a passion to help as many people as possible access their natural gifts and experience the best life has to offer.
 
Dr. Yakel has owned health and wellness clinics in Tucson, AZ, and Scottsdale, AZ, and is currently serving his community in Overland Park, KS. In addition to providing the best chiropractic care possible, Dr. Yakel writes, lectures, and teaches within the community on natural health and healing.
 
 

 

Wednesday, April 16, 2014 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm