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The holiday season was a busy one for Dr Dennis and Dr Terri of the Sentient Temple. While taking time to spend with family, they also spent the season taking advanced course work in the field of specialized nutrition. Their specialized testing method can pinpoint health issues that can remain undetected by conventional medicine. This has catapulted their healing capabilities to an even greater extent.They can help those diagnosed with diseases such as Cancer, Mesothelioma, HIV, Herpes, Recluse Spider bites, Lyme Disease, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Back Pain, Migraines, Lupus, ADHD, Autism, Bi-Polar, Addictions, Infertility, emotional disorders, allergies and so many other health issues. See if you are a candidate for our specialized nutrition program. Call the Sentient Temple at 727-323-2793 for an appointment. For more information go to FAQ, and the drop down menu, to read about Nutrition Response Testing.
September 22nd and 23rd- Level One.
Learn the most sought after alternative medical modality in the world. You will learn how to treat many types of disorders and will receive Practitioner Certification upon completion of level 5. Your teachers are rated among the top three Medical Qigong Oncologists in the country: License #98224356 and #98224357. The practitioner, drawing upon their ability to sense and manipulate energy, developed through dedicated study and self-cultivation, uses Qi emissions and/or prescribes exercises and meditations based on a differential diagnosis rooted in Traditional Chinese Medicine theory to restore health, balance and wellness. These classes are normally $5000, BUT due to today’s economy, are being offered one time only, for $995.00. Classes are every other month with payments of $199.00 over 5 months.
In the spirit of being current in all we do, we have a listing on Google Maps and Google Places now. This is wonderful because it will allow a newer generation of people searching for alternatives to come through our doors. If you are a Sentient Temple friend and would like to help us in boosting our presence and rankings so that we may help even more people, then we invite you to leave your review at our newest page: The Sentient Temple Google Page
It’s easy – just visit the page, log in and leave your comments.
Now, back to getting ready for our awesome Multidimensional Mind Class this coming weekend! If you have not signed up yet – we still have some space available.
Your partners in health,
Drs Dennis, Fern and Terri
Rev Maggie Batt is offering some special events this month.
Valentine’s Special – Looking for something alternative to do with your Valentine. I offer a private Partner Stretch/Yoga Session to deepen your connection with your mate. Friends are not excluded. Cost is only $60 for the 2 of you. Partner Yoga session lasts about 1hr. 15 min. I can supply gift certificates for future dates.
BioCrystal Mattress Pad Event – February 22, 2011
Class Details: Sleep your way to health and vitality! Learn about chemicals in our environment, geopathic stressors, radiation and how crystals, silver and celiant can assist you in a pain free night’s rest. Call to confirm you’ll join us for this informative night and receive a free crystal bracelet! Refreshments will be served. Read the rest of this entry »
If you are like many others, you may be bemoaning the fact that as your commitment to healthy eating increases, the size of your wallet decreases. Several studies have shown that it costs less to subsist on processed foods as opposed to whole foods. However, Dr. Adam M. Bernstein and his colleagues at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston recently re-examined this finding. Their goal was to evaluate the cost of a healthy diet among women residing in the United States. Bernstein and colleagues examined the eating habits of 78,191 women who participated in a Nurse’s Health Study. They used food-cost data from the USDA to evaluate the relationship between food cost and score on the Alternative Healthy Eating Index (AHEI). Bernstein and colleagues concluded that plant-based foods (nuts, beans and whole-grains) offer the best return on investment. Read the rest of this entry »