Thursday, May 14, 2009 1:21 PM
The events below are not sponsored by Quantum Leap New Orleans but you may find them enjoyable and a great way to network with like minded people.
House of Broel Foundation
Wellness Meeting News
2220 St. Charles Ave
New Orleans, La. 70130
NEXT MEETING OF OUR HOLISTIC MEDICINE GROUP
DATE: May 18, 2009 (Changing date a week early because of Memorial Day.)
TIME: 6:30 7:30 Potluck (Bring a dish of your choice)
7:30 9:00 Holistic Medicine Education
LOCATION: House of Broel at 2220 St. Charles Ave. New Orleans
SPEAKER: Kevin Post
TOPIC: Rayid Method of Iris (Eye) Interpretation
Kevin Post will speak in depth about the Rayid method of iris interpretation, a unique system for understanding personality and relationship patterns by examining characteristics in the iris of the eye. The iris is a map of the subconscious, complete with explanatory road signs. Interpreting these signs provides insights for improving health, enhancing communication, making more appropriate relationship and career choices, and better understanding of your partner, family, friends, and coworkers.
Kevin Post is an entrepreneur who has been studying and practicing the Rayid method of iris (eye) interpretation extensively since 1993.
Everyone enjoyed Kevins presentation on the Rayid method of iris (eye) interpretation so much that we have asked him to do a presentation concentrating on that system.
JUNE MEETING OF OUR HOLISTIC MEDICINE GROUP
DATE: JUNE 29, 2009 (0ur usual last Monday of the Month)
TIME: 6:30 - 7:00 Potluck (Bring a dish of your choice)
7:00 - 9:00 Holistic Medicine Education
LOCATION: House of Broel, 2220 St. Charles Ave. New Orleans
SPEAKER: Angela Pelicano Shockley, BS, RN, HCM
TOPIC: The importance of Alkalizing the body to fight Cancer and other negative conditions in the body through the use of a medical device from Japan that ionizes water and raises the ph to a degree unprecedented in any other device she has investigated. She is convinced that by Changing your Water you can Change your life and will introduce us to Kangan Water.
Angela Shockley is a Registered Nurse with a degree from LSU School of Nursing in New Orleans, Louisiana. She also holds a degree in Health Care Management from College of St. Francis in Joliet, Illinois, and is currently working on her PhD in Holistic Counseling from the University of Sedona. Ms. Shockley has specialized in the field of developmental disabilities for the past 21 years, with a focus on Program Development and Education. She has managed and directed community based programs, both in the private and government sectors for people with developmental disabilities. She assisted in the Federal Governments revision of the ADA laws for the state of Louisiana, and assisted in the development of the States Quality Assurance tool for childrens health care needs, and has most recently assisted in the development of the first Developmental Medicine Education Curriculum for Family Medicine Physicians in the country. Ms. Shockley has been appointed to work with the Governors office as the OCDD representative on the state leadership team of Primary Care and Behavioral Health Integration, the Statewide Mortality Review Committee, and the Alzheimers Task Force. She is employed by the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals at the Greater New Orleans Resource Center on Developmental Disabilities as the Medical Supports Director. She has been recognized as one of the top 2,000 Notable American Women by the American Biographical Institute and was nominated into Whos Who in American Nursing for her dedication and work in the field of developmental disabilities. In her quest for looking for better ways to help her patients and the community Angela began studying and incorporating alternative modalities in her everyday practices in 1993. She is a level One Healing Touch Practitioner and a Reiki Master.
To provide background for our monthly meetings you may like to know that the inspiration for them came from Dr. Henri Roca, a physician who teaches alternative and holistic medicine, needed a place to hold classes for his students from LSU medical school after Hurricane Katrina made that facility unusable for a period of time. Since Dr. Roca knew that Bonnie Broel was dedicated to helping out the holistic wellness sector of the community, he asked her if she would allow him and his students to use House of Broel for his meetings with his students. She was more than happy to accommodate because being of service to the community is what the House of Broel Foundation is all about. After things calmed down from the storm, Dr. Roca was ready to resume a monthly wellness meeting and Bonnie agreed to host it at House of Broel.
MISSION STATEMENT OF THE HOUSE OF BROEL FOUNDATION
This historic mansion museum is dedicated to the preservation of the history and culture of greater New Orleans and has a three-fold purpose. First, it supports the preservation and maintenance of the historic house and gardens at 2220 Sat. Charles Avenue and serves as publisher to any works pertaining to same. Second, it promotes the preservation and maintenance of museum areas consisting of historically accurate scale model mansions, houses, shops, and vignettes filled with elaborately costumed action figures and d?cor; a history of 2220 St. Charles Avenue the Gateway to the Garden District; and an exhibit featuring the Louisiana Frog Farm belonging to Ms. Broels father. Thirdly, it offers a non-clinical environment where doctors and complimentary healing professionals can meet with others for education and discussion. The foundation assures that this national treasure; the mansion, collections, and meeting space, will remain intact and available for research and exhibition to the public keeping the doors of House of Broel open for generations to come offering the community a beacon of inspiration, peace, and light in the historic Garden District.