The Origin of Qi with Dr. Craig Thomas – July 10, 2018

The Healing Arts Alliance would like to thank Dr. Craig Thomas for his recent presentation on “The Origin of Qi.” We are pleased to share the following comments from several guests who attended the event held at St. Stephen Lutheran Church, 2198 N Meridian Road, on the evening of July 10.

“I very much enjoyed Dr. Craig Thomas’ presentation; he wove Chinese medicine, physiology, heart math, acupuncture and science into an extremely enjoyable and enlightening evening. I especially enjoyed his insight into heart math and have since looked it up myself. I have shared my thoughts about the evening with friends and have every intention of making an appointment with Dr. Thomas. Many thanks to you for your part in making the evening happen. Hugs!” – Mary DeHoff

“A clean mind, body, and spirit is impossible to attain if one is not balancing their everyday stress and feeding the body with proper nutrients. Tuesday’s event taught by Dr. Craig Thomas was a very informative and insightful opportunity to learn about Chinese Medicine. Acupuncture, diet and herbs include some of the options discussed for their beneficial effects on various imbalances including stress/anxiety, depression, menopause, joint pain, sleep disorders and many others.” — Jacqueline Leonard

“I was so grateful for Dr Craig Thomas’ presentation on understanding Qi at HAA’s July 10th program. It was everything the announcement from HAA described. I enjoyed the history, science, images of energy flow and learning how I could personally benefit from his services as I age. Most important is that based on his talk, it was clear that I should see him, and made an appointment. My consultation and acupuncture treatment went very well. Dr Thomas is a knowledgeable, talented practitioner and spends time listening and then explains his findings in an understandable way. I am grateful for his recommendations. A special thanks to HAA for bringing wonderful practitioners such as Dr. Thomas to us every month free of charge…a great community service.” — Michele Hartson

Learn more about Dr. Thomas at his member profile page:
The free evening series is brought to you by the Healing Arts Alliance of the Big Bend, Inc., on the second Tuesday of every month. All are welcome. Mark your calendar to join us for the next program on August 14, 6:30-8pm, at St. Stephen Lutheran Church, 2198 N Meridian Road. “Encouraging Emotional Beauty” with Kate Taluga, LMT, will offer you an opportunity to explore several hands-on strategies for your own beautifully shifting emotional landscape.

Since materials need to be prepared in advance, reservations are required. Call or email Kate at 850-627-1715 or to save your space. More details at:

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