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Following last year’s success, Stars’n’Bars is holding another wellbeing day on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
For its next free EcoHub event on Sunday, April 8, the eco-active restaurant has called on TCM specialists in Monaco and its surroundings to share all their knowledge from 1 pm to 6 pm.
According to the principles of TCM, a poor circulation of energy can cause an imbalance in the body. Topics such as acupuncture, iridology, tao, and Chinese dietotherapy will be discussed to meet the natural needs of our body.
This is another must-attend event for those wishing to discover or deepen their knowledge through mini-conferences and meetings with: Dr Danièle Massobrio Macchi (“Self-realisation and health optimisation through energy”, 1 pm); Christiane Brych (“The eye messages the 3 bodies”, 2 pm), Franck Pasquon (“Understanding Chinese medicine when you are Western: The challenge of a lifetime”, 2 pm), Fanny Rigaud (“The Chinese diet – how to treat yourself with good food”, 4 pm); and Louisa Mercier (“From fear to love”, 5 pm).
There will also be stands to visit during the afternoon. Two English speakers, Susanne Batstone (Bach Flowers and Chinese Medicine) and acupuncturist Heather Lounsbury, as well as French-speaking Anne Caravel (healing with essential oils) and Christiane Bach and Les Oligo elements will be on hand to answer to discuss TCM.
The family-friendly event will be held in French and entry is free.
Last month’s EcoHub event was an afternoon of family-friendly workshops, games and exhibitions on how Monaco residents can reduce their carbon footprints, held in partnership with the Mission for Energy Transition (MTE) in charge of the National Pact for Energy Transition.
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