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Care Ministries Foundations of Healing Touch – Course 1 (MPLS) Friday and Saturday September 13-14, 2019 8:30am-6:00pm Are you interested in learning about a heart-centered, nurturing therapy for yourself and others to reduce stress or pain, calm anxiety, strengthen the immune system, enhance recovery from injury or surgery, and increase a sense of wellbeing? We are excited to offer Foundations of Healing Touch, Course 1 to anyone who desires to study energy therapy with commitment to helping themselves and others. 18 Continuing Education Contact Hours are available. Register online at www.bethlehem- This class is open to anyone who wants to learn about a heart-centered, nurturing energy therapy. Questions? Contact Susan Kuske by phone/text at 952.220.0703 or email her at For questions about registration and location, contact the main office at 612.312.3400. Mental Health Connect Presents... SUICIDE AWARENESS SYMPOSIUM The Role of Faith Communities in Suicide Awareness and Prevention - Helping, Healing, Hope KEYNOTE SPEAKER Rev. Dr. Rachael A. Keefe, Pastor of Living Table United Church of Christ and author of The Life Saving Church Join us for workshops, exhibits and a panel discussion addressing how faith communities can recognize and respond to this important topic. Questions? Contact the main office at 612.312.3400. EVENT SCHEDULE 8:30 Registration 9:00 Keynote 10:30 Break / Exhibits 11:00 Workshops 12:00 Lunch / Exhibits 1:00 Workshops (repeated) 2:00 Break 2:15 Panel 3:00 Closing Ceremony 3:30 Adjourn WORKSHOPS Youth Suicide Prevention---Increasing Protective Factors Suicide Risk and Prevention for LGBTQIA Communities QPR- Question, Persuade and Refer- Suicide Prevention Training Preventing Older Adult Suicide ----How to Help Tai Chi for Balance and Health (MPLS) Mondays, 2:00 - 3:00 pm August series 4 weeks - $36 (5, 12, 19, 26) September series 4 weeks- $36 (9, 16, 23, 30) October series-4 weeks- $36 (7, 14, 21, 28) Tai Chi can relieve pain, increase range of motion and improve quality of life. It can increase relaxation, balance and vitality, can improve mental and physical capacity, and reduce pain. Tai Chi is recommended for arthritis and fall prevention and can be done sitting or standing. Call the main office to register. 8