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Join our Abingdon group for a compelling evening listening to a talk on the nature of being human from the perspective of health and well-being.
THE NATURE OF BEING HUMAN: A Paradigm Shift
A conversation around who we are as human beings in relation to health and well-being.
In the UK we are dominated by the allopathic reductionist model of health care. Though this works well for acute injury, is there another viable and effective approach for chronic conditions?
We are so much more than blood and bone. Whilst the energy systems founded in ancient India and China have become popular practice, we understand little of European history’s use of the humeral systems of the elements. Equally, what can the innate wisdom of indigenous peoples such as the Aboriginals and Native American Indians teach us?
Are we are now ready to reevaluate our model of health? There is no separate mind, body, spirit; we are all these things at once. The mind does not reside in the brain, but in each and every atom; a whole view of self, an embodied self.
Health and well-being is about all these elements, our culture and collective unconscious beliefs, our nutrition, our activity, our relationship to self and others and how we interact with nature and respect and work with our environment.
About Jayne Doyle, The Quiet Way
I have been working with people for over 30 years, initially in Sports and Leisure centres, then, after a 2 year period of travelling around Asia, Oz, and NZ and a few more months in Oz and Egypt, enrolled at the University of Westminster to complete a BSc in Health Sciences and Complementary Therapies, so I could work hands on with people.
Over the years I have attained advanced level in all my disciplines of various forms of massage, botanical medical and vibrational healing and teach yin yoga and meditation.
Between 2010 and 2013 I worked in Bosnia, offering therapies to civilian survivors of war and then followed an Advance diploma in Adapting Comp Therapies in Cancer and Supportive Care at The Christie in Manchester. Between 2013 and 2015 I worked full time in Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Trust as a Cancer and Palliative Care Comp Therapist and also UCLH Macmillian Cancer Centre as Service Manager/Senior Practitioner.
Between 2016 and 2017 I worked at an international Yoga Centre in Southern Spain, offering massage, and teaching Yin Yoga and Yoga Nidra meditation, whilst also studying for a Quantum Botanical diploma.
Whilst I am specialist in Trauma and Cancer Care, I see a range of people for 1:1 therapeutic support, in groups and have recently launched my own training for practitioners in the health and wellbeing industry and practical training for massage therapists.
My perspective is broad and deep and I am passionate about encouraging others to develop their own innate wisdom and leading happy, health lives whilst also treading lightly on the earth.
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Mahwe is a personal development community with a forward focused outlook. We bring together proactive people who share a passion for learning and personal growth.
At Mahwe you will find inspiration, motivation, support, mind expanding talks, meaningful conversations and deep connection. You will meet supportive people who put human connection first and believe in empowering themselves to lead a more meaningful, authentic and contributive life.
If you have a deep interest in personal development and want to surround yourself with like-minded people, then Mahwe might be for you.
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