AIM Health Institute and Baraka Center DC invite everyone interested to join a half-day Sufi Healing Retreat. This event is part of the longitudinal series of events organized by Sufi Healing Order (SHO) of North America with intent of bringing Devi Tide, the Kefayat (head) and vice president of SHO North America, Australia and New Zealand, to the East Coast to provide ongoing, in-person teachings. The retreat will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on March 17, at the Baraka Center DC, in Chevy Chase.
In addition to learning about basic principles of Sufi Healing, participants will engage in different Sufi Healing practices centered around building one’s inner healing capacity through breathing practices, meditation and qi gong. The teachers will also engage in a spiritual conversation to explore important questions pertaining to energy and healing.
Tide has more than 30 years of experience as a teacher of healing and the esoteric sciences, bringing the qualities of wisdom, heart, subtlety, humor and intelligence to her role. Raqib Misha Kogan, also a board member of SHO, is an integrative medicine physician practicing at George Washington University. The founder of MK Cognitive Institute and AIM Health Institute, Kogan has been practicing a variety of esoteric and healing techniques for over 20 years and is a national speaker talking on the interplay between medicine, energy and spiritual practices.
Location: 7001 Maple Ave., Chevy Chase, Maryland. For more information or to register, visit Facebook.com/BarakaCenterDC.