Mind Over Body – Public talk in Johannesburg on 30 May

| May 23, 2013 | 0 Comments
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Are you injury-prone, struggling with your flexibility, weight or your health? What if it turned out that you have some hidden agendas and unconscious motives relating to your physical body?

“No way” you say?

Well, you may just change your mind, quite literally, after hearing this evening talk on 30 May 2013 where Dr John Demartini delves into the mechanics of the mind and its connection to fitness, health, wellbeing and the reasons behind the things we do or don’t do to achieve our health and wellness goals. (See the video introduction below.)

Dr Demartini is a renowned human behavioural specialist, a revered chiropractor and an international authority on the mind body connection with a background of over 40 years in-depth study covering over 260 ‘ologies’ with a primary focus on health, disease, healing and wellbeing.

How to “walk your talk, not limp your life”

He says we have incredible capacity to create profound transformations in our psychology and physiology through the power of our perceptions. When we take command of how we perceive things we change the labels and our misperceptions about our own health and wellbeing.

This presentation at the Sandton Convention Centre will address the unlimited healing power of a balanced mind and is said to include ground breaking information on conquering various forms of addiction.

Event details:

Public talk: Mind over body by Dr John Demartini
Thursday, 30 May 2013
Times: Registration at 19:00 and talk from 19:30 to 21:45 (including Q&A).
Venue: Committee Room 4, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg
Tickets: R280 through Computicket or R300 at the door.

Still not sure? Watch this quick (1 minute 40 second) video summary of what to expect at Dr Demartini’s talk:

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Hi, I'm Robynn, and I'm a student of the potential of the body, the marvels of the mind, and the beauty of it all combined in ballet. As the editor, BodyMindBallet is where I get to learn, to share and to enjoy this wide world of dance - and with every day I gain an ever richer respect for the athleticism of dance and the skill of performance artistry.

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