Feb 10th, 2013, at 12 noon: Healthcare is a Human Right Fundraiser at the Indoor Winter Market at the Saugerties Farmers Market 207 Market Street, Saugerties NY. Support Free and Compassionate Healthcare in your area by joining Healthcare is a Human Right at the Farmers Market. We will be raffling off services at the market in order to raise money needed to continue bringing Holistic Healthcare to Everyone for Free. Be sure to enjoy the wide variety of local produce including certified organic, naturally grown and conventional vegetables; luscious orchard fruits and berries; artisan bread; fresh laid eggs; delicious maple syrup, honey, jams & sauces; maple syrup; home baked pies and other baked goods; pasture raised meats and free range poultry; mushrooms; wine; fresh herbs; smoked fish; granola; tasty local cheeses; locally roasted coffee. Brought to you by our local farmers!
January, 2013-All new clinic schedules are updated on the Clinic page, take a look, find a location (currently there are 3 locations open to all) close to you and hope to see you there soon! Also, on the 31st of January the Faculty and Staff of Healthcare is a Human Right will have an essential In-service and Pot Luck at the Kingston Clinic location, for Staff and their families only. For information contact Rev. Tama Bell at email@example.com
Kingston Community Clinic: Thursday, Dec.13th at 4pm to 7pm. Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Reiki, Matrix Energetics and Several Types of Massage, all FREE, and happening in Kingston, NY at the Kirkland Building, 2 Main St (corner Main and Clinton). Also, Attention:Mama’s with Babies, Pregnant Mama’s to be, and Women who are thinking about starting a Family, We have a Lactation Specialist who is also a Pregnancy and Parenting Specialist come each month, ready to instruct, educate and speak to you about EVERYTHING you ever wondered about Breastfeeding, Childbirth and Parenting. Together with NEW Doula on Board, we have a Women’s Corner that is AMAZING and again, all free and compassionate and caring, each Month. Hope you will attend and also PLEASE SPREAD the Word!!
Woodstock Clinic: Sunday, November 4th 1-4pm (please call 845-679-2485 for your appointment starting on Friday Oct 26th). Located at The Family of Woodstock 16 Rock City Rd. Woodstock, NY. Open to All. Please make appointment
Kingston Community Clinic-Open to All and No Appointment Necessary-Thursday, Nov. 8th, 4-7pm at The Kirkland, 2 Main St (Corner Main and Clinton) in Kingston, NY.
and INTRODUCING “THE BREASTFEEDING CAFE” at the Kingston Community Clinic! This will be a great resource for any Pregnant or Nursing Mothers, brought to the Clinic by Donna Bruschi of “New Baby New Paltz”. This free Breastfeeding Cafe is designed for the Pregnant and breastfeeding mothers, their babies and children and mothers and mothers to be from any community are invited to attend.
HCHR Outreach Clinic at the Darmstadt Shelter in Kingston: Open ONLY to Family Inn and Shelter Staff: October 18, 11-2pm with Angel Ortlof, please contact-845-679-8634 for more information on volunteer opportunity.
Phoenicia Clinic: Thursday December 6th 4-7pm (please call 845-688-2323 for your appointment starting on Mon. Nov 18th). Located at the Parish Hall, on Main Street in Phoenicia, NY. Open to all, please make appointment
For more information please contact Healthcare is a Human Right by Telephone:845-481-3186 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is going to be special as it is being hosted by RUPCO our gracious donor of our Kingston Community Clinic space each month, and the Farmer’s Market is celebrating Senior Citizens Day. The Farmers Market site says “It’s Senior Day at the Kingston Farmers’ Market and the young at heart are our focus. Join us for health screenings, benefits enrollment, and nutrition education. You’re never too young or too old to start living right. Healthy eating is just the beginning. The Healthy Eating Series continues with a look at delicious fall soups. Sponsored by RUPCO.”
Healthcare is a Human Right will be on hand to provide information about what we are doing each month in the City of Kingston, and the Healthcare options that are available in Holistic, Alternative Health.
We will have 2 practitioners on hand, to provide Free and Compassionate EFT and short ‘shoulder’ massages to give the seniors and other interested persons an idea about what we do! We hope you will join us.
Health Care Is A Human Right Saugerties Fundraiser
Januray 15th, 2012 — Indoor Saugerties Farmer’s Market – Saugerties Senior Center
Cantine Fields, 207 Market, Saugerties NY.
Our Faculty will be there to offer Holistic care and talk to you about what we do…Come and enjoy a Massage or Shiatsu Treatment, a Chiropractic Adjustment, EFT Treatment for Stress Reduction and Reiki, Nutritional Counseling, Hypnosis/Stress Reduction, Matrix Energetics, and more!
We will be at the Saugerties Farmer’s Market this Sunday, Jan 15th, from 12 to 4PM, indoor at the Senior Center (next to Cantine Field), 207 Market Street, Saugerties. Free parking! Local Farm and Specialty Foods, Eat-in and Take-out! EBT/Food Stamps accepted.
From Julia Rose:
“When a community experiences this level of devastation, the physical, emotional, and energetic post traumatic stress continues long after the infrastructure has been repaired. As things begin to calm down externally and the mess the hurricane left behind gets under control, the initial shock and frenzy begins to subside. People can then begin to focus on their physical and emotional well-being. This is perhaps the most crucial time for us to provide our services as healers. And so, we decided it is important to continue the Outreach Clinics for another three weeks.”
So – in response to the need, we are extending the Disaster Relief Clinic for three more weeks after October 2nd, still at Parish Hall, from 3-6PM on Sundays. Here are the dates for upcoming clinics:
Sunday, October 2, 3-6PM at Parish Hall, Phoenicia
Sunday, October 9, 3-6PM at Parish Hall, Phoenicia
Sunday, October 16, 3-6PM at Parish Hall, Phoenicia
Sunday, October 23, 3-6PM at Parish Hall, Phoenicia
massage, chiropractic, reiki, homeopathy, acupuncture, EFT, energy healing, & more
Sundays 9/11/11, 9/18/11, 9/25/11, 10/2/11
109 Main St.
No appointments required
Brought to you by:
Family of Woodstock
Health Care is a Human Right
Due to the recent storm, we regretfully must cancel the holistic clinic on 9/7/11. The next Phoenicia holistic clinic will be held on the first Wednesday of December.
We hope that everyone is safe and unharmed.
Published: Wednesday, September 07, 2011
By JAY BRAMAN JR., Correspondent
Lives have been saved, roads are being repaired, and emergency food supplies are being distributed. But coping with the damage is difficult, both for those affected by Tropical Storm Irene and those who answered their cries for help.
That’s what Woodstock chiropractor Emily Bobson was thinking when she and her colleague, massage therapist Angel Ortloff, decided that a little healing can go a long way.
So they set up a free clinic in the parish hall of St. Francis De Sales Roman Catholic Church on Main Street.
Massage tables are lined up like one would see in a makeshift Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH), and there’s a circle of chairs over in a corner, set up for folks to just talk. Some food is available, the doors are wide open, and blissful music flows out into the muddy street.
Anyone who walks in gets some form of treatment. Chiropractic care is available, as is massage therapy, Reiki and a form of acupuncture. A mental health therapist is on hand, chatting with a few people about stress. The mood in the wood-paneled hall is serene, and the cost is free.
“We just wanted to find a way to do our part,” said Bobson, who recognized that people in the region need some tender loving care besides dry socks, underwear, canned goods and candles.
The team of healers has ties to this Shandaken hamlet. Energy healer Lorry Salluzzi hails from nearby Lanesville and often donates help at the Phoenicia Healing Arts Center.
Salluzzi answered the call sent out by Bobson, who hopes to rack up a cornucopia of healers to meet the needs of hundreds in the days ahead.
“We are calling all local chiropractors, massage therapists, and anyone with hands/hearts,” Bobson said. “We are gathering together to provide services for the communities that have been struck the hardest by Hurricane Irene.”
After a well-received first day Monday, Bobson said she is working out what hours and days would work best.
“After speaking and visiting many disaster site locations it was recommended that Monday would be the best day to do this for the community of Phoenicia as well as the surrounding communities,” she said.
Bobson can be reached at (845) 901-4035. Anyone in need of healing services or healers who wish to participate in the clinic are encouraged to call.
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