New Locations and Events for Westchester Holistic Network
Events designed for the public to meet holistic practitioners in a relaxed setting and discuss healing, community and human connection.
Astrologer Pamela Cucinell and Cathy Lipsky, a nurse practitioner and Arvigo Therapies teacher, the new coordinators of Westchester Holistic Network, have scheduled several new WHN events designed for the public to meet holistic practitioners in a relaxed setting and discuss healing, community and human connection. The next event will be its September 19 meeting, which will feature an introduction to the ManKind Project, a men’s community for the 21 century.
WHN holds 10 monthly meetings a year on the third Tuesday evening a month, usually at IxChel Center, located at 23 Wilson Street in Hartsdale. The open loft space, which accommodates dance, yoga, discussion, panels, meditation and film screenings, allows WHN members the opportunity to network and collaborate, Cucinell says. Upcoming meeting topics will include choosing the right supplements, past-life regression, acupuncture, connecting with angels, and gender and body talk therapy.
WHN meetings are free to members and first-time guests, and $10 for returning guests. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for networking, and meetings begin at 7 p.m.
Future meetings are scheduled for October 17 and November 21 at the IxChel Center. For the winter solstice, the December 19 meeting will be held at the Wainwright House, where the public is invited to enjoy holistic offerings and refreshments in a festive setting. The Wainwright House is the oldest nonprofit, nonsectarian holistic learning center in the United States.