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By Haddenham Webteam - 13th June 2013 7:30am
A free Holistic workshop with Dr Pietro Pizzo.
Come and explore together:
- How to be in the present
- Emotional regeneration
- Letting go & inner identity
At the Oxfordshire Golf Club, Milton Common, near Thame, OX9 2PU
On Thursday, 20th June 7:00- 9:00 pm
To book a place, please contact Tempus SPA Team, telephone: 01844 277666
Dr Pizzo is a psychiatrist and former cancer specialist with training in Bio-energetics and Gestalt Psychotherapy. His interest in the holistic approach comes from his experience of illness and subsequent return to health. This has given him an awareness of the part each individual can play in their own healing process and the body's enormous ability to heal itself.
Please wear comfortable clothing and be prepared to have fun.
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