Body Wisdom

Posted by on Oct 28, 2019 in Author Readings, Events, Featured | 0 comments

Body Wisdom

Meet Dr. Gerald Senogles and hear more about his new book, “Body Wisdom,” at a book signing here at Art Presence Art Center! Meet the author at 5pm on Friday, November 8, 2019. You can listen to a brief discussion of his book and ask questions. Then he will sign your new copy of “Body Wisdom.”

“Body Wisdom” is informed by a lifetime of practice in Oriental Medicine. The book delves into the mechanics of how your body works, explaining why problems develop and what you can do to prevent many modern disease conditions and keep yourself in a state of vibrant health.

In Oriental Medicine, covering up symptoms with drugs is not good enough. Therefore, we turn to the Oriental Medical system with its knowledge and understanding to learn why we develop disease conditions and how to treat the root causes. Thus the body can return to the natural state of health to which we are all entitled.

Section One of Body Wisdom covers the basics of how your body works and symptoms that can arise if there are malfunctions.

Section Two examines common and important diseases or conditions, as well as other issues that can impact your health and happiness.

Dr. Gerald Senogles graduated from the New England School of Acupuncture in 1977 and is one of the first 50 graduates in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in the United States. He apprenticed with Dr. Cheung Wai Tak in 1977–78. Dr. Senogles was a member of the acupuncture sub-committee of the Oregon Medical Board for six years. In 1988, he received his Doctor of Oriental Medicine Degree from the International Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Research Institute in Hong Kong.

You can find more information about Dr. Senogles’ book at http://www.luckyvalleypress.com/bodywisdom

Flyer for Jerry SEnogles book talk at Art Presence Art Center

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