With all the hustle and bustle in the workplace, at home, and online, it can be difficult to imagine truly connecting with yourself, much less someone else! This webinar teaches simple techniques that can be used throughout the day to calm the mind and center the body, and to connect with ourselves and our loved ones without feeling like you need to spend hours in meditation. Hear from Gene Kuntz II, LAc, LMT, as he shares beginner steps to a mindfulness practice for everyday life.
During this webinar, you will learn:
- The history of mindfulness
- About mindfulness, healing, immortality and Oriental medicine
- Simple techniques to clear off the energy of your day, create boundaries, and connect with others
- A simple meditation for those we love
Gene Kuntz II, LMT, LAc
Growing up in Louisiana, Gene Kuntz II heard stories of Cajun healers using herbs and prayer to heal the sick. This, combined with his early love of kung fu movies, set Gene on a path to begin a practice of meditation and martial arts at the age of 13. After completing massage school in 2007, Gene furthered his education with study in both western massage techniques, such as repetitive use injury therapy and medical massage, and more esoteric techniques, such as Incan Shamanism, Reiki, and Qi gong. Gene additionally completed his Masters in Oriental Medicine with a focus in Medical Qigong. Early in his Oriental Medicine practice, Gene worked alongside practitioners at Seton McCarthy’s Community Center to develop “living well with pain” and “living well with stress” programs. Gene now uses acupuncture, herbal formulas, and experience in meditation to assist his patients in their health goals through his company CURE Wellness, working primarily with addiction and recovery centers, as well as group acupuncture and classes at corporate offices.