August 2018, Issue 87
The Monthly Jewel
Life is simple & deep - society makes it shallow & complicated  ~  Mr. Rogers
Where Then Shall We Begin to Reclaim our Health? 

Kalpana (Rose) M. Kumar, M.D.
Our journey through life consists of two distinct halves. The first half of life is spent adapting and finding our place in the greater culture. The second half of life is best spent transforming those adaptations to uncover our authentic Self and serve our life's larger purpose. Dr. Kumar provides substance and guidance to help us render our ego and reclaim our health and Self as we age. Read more here...

The Food as Medicine cooking class at MKE Public Market on July 18 was sold out! The next class is in September 5th! Detox!
Check the website to register   MKE Public Market -DETOX 

Into Nepal - A Journey of Gratitude

 Genevie L. Kocourek, M.D.

Read Dr. K's journal of her recent trip to Nepal as part of a team with  the Mount Everest Foundation for Sustainable Development. The program's goal is to serve the health needs of remote villages that cannot be accessed by vehicle and create sustainability by helping to teach the local nurses in those villages.  Read and see pictures of a truly life changing experience. See more here...

Four Steps That Stop Bullies

Eric Ehrke, LCSW, LMFT

 Who hasn't been bullied at some time in their life?  The experience of someone preying on your weakness can have devastating effects that last a lifetime. Eric brings light to the victim/perpetrator paradigm and the damage It has done throughout human history.  He shares effective behaviors that will undermine the "vampire's" attempt to feed off your emotions. 

with Eric Ehrke, LCSW, LMFT

A Two-Day Workshop about
Cultivating Inner Peace, Mindfulness and Love
Free Introductory Talk: Thursday, September 13th 6:30-7:30 PM

Course: Saturday, September 15th, 9-4 PM
              Saturday, September 29th,9-4 PM 
Cost:    $220 (or $195 if paid by Aug. 23)
            Includes a copy of Eric's book, Henosis.
How to Register:   Call the Ommani Center at 262.695.5311

The Nature Effect: Mindfulness and Connection
Shelley Carpenter, PT, RYT, RM

Nothing unites people like being in nature. Shelley describes the power of the incredible beauty of nature and how being in its midst cultivates awe, peace and connection between people.  All you need is to be mindful of your natural experiences, even those as simple as eating a fresh peach. Read more here...

with Mary Brill, LCSW guest lecturer
A workshop beginning September 7, 2018

Dates: 9/7/18- 11/16/18, alternate Friday's
Time: 10:30AM-12:30PM
Fee: $570 must be paid before September 7th
Register via email  -

Mary Brill, LCSW is 
known for her unique ability to tame the inner critic and foster self-acceptance.  She is recommended by Drs. Kumar and Matthews.
What is CranioSacral Therapy? 

Tammy Winkelman, RN, LMT

Our massage therapist, Tammy Winkelman, is in the process of acquiring full certification in CranioSacral therapy. Learn the basics about this important therapeutic tool and the benefits it offers. Read more here...

Nature in Uproar 

By Boris Matthews, Ph.D., LCSW

  Boris shares another traditional story/fairy tale that can be "heard" on many different levels and can be understood to represent moral, ethical, religious,  political ideas, and psychological insights.  As you read, let the story and its images wash over you like the raging sea being described.  In so doing, you may be surprised at the discoveries you make about yourself. Read more here...

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