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10:30 in the BCP Theater

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Tuesday, June 18 Dr. Michael Hillyer discusses the technique of dry needling. Dry Needling completely resolves chronic pain over 90% of the time. Dr. Hillyer, a retired chiropractor with

45 years of experience, will explain the most recent research info on pain, pain treatments and demonstrate/teach self-treatment for many painful conditions that will improve the pain in a matter

 of seconds.

   Moderator:  Sheila Strunk



Tuesday, June 25 - The healing powers of connected Transformational Breathwork presented by Kaytee Hoverson.  Empower yourself to use your most integrative tool – your own breath – to transform suffering to peace, grief to joy, effort to play and doing to being.  Free yourself from limiting thought and behavior patterns and let go of labels that hinder you.  Experience a thriving global community of people committed to conscious relationships and living joyful fulfilling lives. Learn why how you breathe is how you live, and how simply changing your breathing pattern will change your life.

     Moderator:  Cheryl Schmidt



Tuesday, July 2 - A Small Scale Plastic Recycling Factory for Boquete - Holly Day Smith, environment aficionado, will discuss a viable means to process plastic waste in meaningful ways that is underway for Boquete.  The primary focus will be on the shredding, compression and creation of product(s) with a brief look at the entire life cycle. The main part of the shredding unit is anticipated to be on display for the talk.


Holly is semi-retired after 30 years in IT including the US Navy and 25 years as a program/project manager.  Boquete is now home and she has found a way to give back to the community while taking care of the environment at the same time!

   Moderator:  Louise Orr


 Tuesday, July 30Meditation for Health and Happiness.   Boquete Health and Hospice presents another in its Healthy Living Series:

Meditation was once considered just a spiritual practice, commonly associated with Buddhism. Over the past 20 years the universal practicality of a meditative practice has become a studied technique for health and happiness. Today medical doctors and psychologists regularly prescribe meditation as a positive treatment for many physical and psychological issues.

This presentation will cover the identified positive effects of meditation as noted in the medical literature, a brief overview of various meditative practices prescribed in modern medicine and a brief, audience participation demonstration. Come find a practical, free process to greater health and happiness.

Merl Will-Wallace has a Masters degree in mental health counseling and over twenty years of counseling experience. Merl personally utilizes a regular meditative practice and has taught meditation in private and group therapy sessions for many years.

     Moderator:  Joanie Feuerstein



 To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings, please email talks@eventsboquete.org

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