One of our core values and purpose is to help general community learn how to take care of their mental, physical and emotional/spiritual health so that we can build a vibrant, self-sustaining social fabric.
It is well known fact in research that most of the visits to physician are stress or life-style-related. Therefore, we can lessen the burden on medical system by teaching people how to channel their physical and mental resources and capacities to become healthy and happy.
We intend to do so by entering into partnership with like-minded agencies who are interested in community and its health. Currently, we have three things in place for community development:
1. The Health-Q
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2. Public Lecture Series
Since April 2006 and in collaboration with Hamilton Public Library we are offering free monthly public lunch-time lecture series ‘Food for Thought’ to connect people to the idea of self-management and self-empowerment.
Please check here for the next session or call at 905.524.3463. All sessions are FREE and start at 12.05pm and ends at 12.50 pm.
Where: Hamilton Room, Hamilton Public Library. Just bring lunch for your belly and we will provide ‘Food for thought’.
3. Free Support Groups
In order for people to continue practicing and drawing strength from fellow participants, we also have free support groups which meet at regular intervals to touch base, share their personal experiences and future directions. Facilitator is usually present at these meetings to direct or suggest future course of direction. If you have underwent our 5 or 10 Week Program, you are eligible for joining this free service. Please call 905.524.3463 to get registered in the announcement service.
If you share our vision and would like to join our hands, please write or call us. We would be happy to brainstorm about the modalities.
From Paul C. Fitness Trainer, Hamilton
Hi Dr Singh, It has been half dozen a teachers since I attended your program ‘The Healing Voyage’ but the manual we were given is still one of my most valued resources and it has helped me in helping others now.
The close to 40 years of hard core extreme training continued to eventually put me on disability. However, yoga and meditation has made me a better person as well as worked part of my disability (double crush syndrome) so well that I didn’t need critical neck surgery for a disc replacement in my neck, that I was on a waiting list. My circulation has probably worked back to 90% of what it was and this was done using inverted modifications along with at least 90 minutes of asanas , meditation and pranayama.