FALLBROOK – North County Parkinson's Support Group (NCPSG) Fallbrook invites anyone interested to join its monthly Parkinson's Support Group meeting, Friday, Jan. 26, 10 a.m. to noon. The meeting is held at the Fallbrook Regional Health and Wellness Center 1636 E. Mission Road.
The guest speaker will be Daniel Ide - CHT, MNLP, RADT, who will talk about the “Benefits of Sound Healing/Claim Your Power.”
Ide is a fellow within the recovery community and a long time educator with an eclectic history of study, training and experience in the arts, sciences, and complimentary healing practices.
A graduate of Westfield State University, Bachelor of Arts English/Theatre 1986, Ide went on to fulfill a variety of grant funded positions in arts education at Yale University, the Banks School of Education and New York University. He later trained in Interior Architecture at the Boston Design Center 1993, leading to a 25 year, award winning, career as a designer and craftsman.
In 2000, Ide relocated to Southern California where his self-styled brand of ethnomusicology (a lifelong passion) paired with the Western Shamanic teachings of Alberto Villodo (The Four Winds Society) and later with noted Shaman and Naturalist Peter Calhoun (Soul on Fire, 2003), to form his own brand of health education and mysticism for a growing community of soul seekers in the 21st century.
Ide’s facilitated programs are an honoring of both ancient wisdom and the New Science of Quantum Physics for the empowerment of individuals in the process of creating necessary growth and transformation. His program, “Wild Woman’s – Warrior’s Way” has been well received within the Southern California recovery community where he currently facilitates weekly groups in both mental health and addiction treatment.
Ide is an integrative coach with certifications in Neuro Linguistic Programming (practitioner and trainer), Clinical Hypnosis, and MER (Mental Emotional Release). He is a certified Biofield Tuning Specialist, Sound Healer, Breathworks Practitioner and Huna (energy healing) Practitioner. He is a member of AIP (Association for Integrative Psychology) and is certified as a Registered Alcohol and Drug Technician (RADT).
In addition to the speaker presentation, breakout groups held for a time of sharing, coffee and refreshments will follow the program.
This meeting is held in support of persons with Parkinson's disease, care partners and people interested in improving the world of those affected by Parkinson’s disease.
For more information, call Irene, 760-731-0171 or Lorie, 760-453-3045 or email [email protected].
Submitted by the Fallbrook Parkinson's Support Group.