Living Well in the Face of Stress and Toxins

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Living Well in the Face of Stress and Toxins

Time: May 25, 2011 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Location: Agile Healing Arts
Street: 842 A Street
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Website or Map: http://maps.google.com/maps/p…
Phone: RSVP (541) 621-9337 - Space is limited, so please call to reserve your space
Event Type: free, seminar, anti, aging, stress, toxin
Organized By: Anne Herrick Dienel
Latest Activity: May 25, 2011

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About Shanhong Lu MD, PhD

Growing up in Beijing, China with aspirations to become a ballerina, artist, or concert pianist, Dr. Shanhong Lu reluctantly realized that medicine was in her genes.

Her grandmother, a traditional Chinese healer, and her mother, a world-renown female cardiologist, provided her with deep insight into their respective fields and philosophies.

As a result of this influence, Dr. Lu today instinctively blends eastern and western approaches towards healing.


Dr. Lu completed her MD at Beijing Medical University, becoming a third-generation physician.  Having been exposed throughout her life to both traditional Chinese as well as western medicine, Dr. Lu never released her belief in holistic and spiritual healing throughout years of research in human physiology and hypertension.

 

After completing her PhD, Dr. Lu chose to pursue patient treatment rather than research, recognizing the value of connecting directly with human beings.

 

Dr. Lu is a board certified internist and an integrative medical doctor with 9 years experience in private practice and integrative medicine.  Dr. Lu is an avid long distance cyclist, traveler, and Nordic skier.  She embraces all paths of healing and rejuvenation with a passion for improving quality of life and proactive approaches toward aging.


About George W. Hall

George Hall has combined two of his passions, wellness and entrepreneurship, into one organization: Orenda International. With more than 30 years experience in the network marketing industry, George has helped the organizations he's worked with achieve great success. Taken together, these companies have created more than $1 billion in cumulative sales volume. He takes intense pride in the fact that he has assisted 23 people to earn more than a million dollars in network marketing. Seeing the possibilities this industry has to offer, George embraced the core belief that the profitability of Marketing Partners is the single most important issue in the development and health of a successful network marketing enterprise.

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