"CIH has been an important step in my wellness. I've always been pretty uncomfortable and skeptical with members of the medical community, but this practice and staff have been a completely different experience! The total body approach and looking for the root cause of symptoms has been fantastic. Looking for the answer to the questions "why is this happening?" has been so important. Functional medicine is the way to go - and definitely at CIH! Thank you all for being my "team!"
"I have followed Dr. Wong through 3 practices since 2009, I feel safe and taken care of in his care and I know he will always give me the time and attention to keep me healthy. Plan to be a patient of his for many more years. At Capital Integrative Health he has created a practice where the entire team cares for each patient and is there to help them."
Held over two consecutive Saturdays, the workshop includes meditation, guided imagery, self-hypnosis, progressive relaxation and breathing techniques suitable for both beginners and experienced students. The class teaches the application of these techniques in your daily life to help you cope with difficult emotions and situations, and improve your overall sense of well-being.
Date: Saturday, October 24 & Saturday, October 31
Time: 1:30pm - 3:30pm for both sessions
Location: Capital Integrative Health, 4701 Sangamore Road, Suite N270, Bethesda MD
Fee: $100 for total of 4 hours, due at the time of registration.
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Is this class right for you?
Most of us live with some stress in our life. But what happens when stress becomes chronic, whether from a job, past trauma, or family and financial situations?
Nonstop, low-grade stress contributes directly to physical deterioration and chronic inflammation, adding to the risk of heart attack, stroke, infection and asthma. Even recovery from cancer becomes harder.* It also can disrupt delicate hormone balance, creating a cascade of reactions that leave us fatigued, sleepless and unhappy.
Meditation makes a difference
As a cardiac rehab nurse, Lisa Moussa, R.N., has seen how profoundly meditation and guided imagery can improve patient outcomes and foster better habits for dealing with stress. It not only relaxes the nervous system, but also can improve circulation, regulate breathing and reduce negative thoughts.