Lake Effect Free Alternative Health Clinic
The Lake Effect Free Alternative Health Clinic will be offering free Massage, Reiki and Herbal Medicine at the LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland. Please join us on the first Thursday of every month from 5 to 8 pm.
Massages will be fifteen to twenty-minute-long back rubs that take place fully clothed. Massage is proven to be beneficial for a number of health-related reasons, including pain relief, relaxing over-used muscles, enhancing the body's immune system, and even lessening depression and anxiety.
Reiki energy flows from the practitioners hands into the client. The client is usually laying on a massage table but treatments can also be given while the client is seated or even standing. The client remains fully clothed. The practitioner places her/his hands on or near the clients body in a series of hand positions. These include positions around the head and shoulders, the stomach, and feet. Other, more specific positions may be used based on the clients needs.
Herbalism is the practice of using plants for health and healing. Herbalism is used both preventatively and therapeutically for illnesses, and generally applies an integrated view of physical, mental, emotional, and even spiritual health. A typical meeting with an herbalist will last about an hour. Meetings take place in a confidential space with you and the herbalist.
For more information about the Lake Effect LGBTQ Alternative Health Clinic, click http://www.lakeeffectclinic.org/.
Applewood Young Adult Counseling Services
In June 2014, The LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland will start partnering with Applewood Centers, Inc to provide mental health counseling services for youth and young adults, ages 14-24.
To learn more about these services, visit the Counseling Page.
TAI-CHI & REIKI
Tuesdays 6 pm-7pm.
Tai-chi is a noncompetitive, self-paced system of gentle physical exercise and stretching) There is no fee for those attending either or both Tai-Chi and Reiki.
Reiki session Tuesdays 7pm-8pm
Our Tai-Chi Instructor, Christopher Schneider, will teach a one hour session. Riki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing.
University of Akron Health & Wellness Program
LGBT adults and teens at The Center can be seen by Advanced Practice Registered Nurses from The University of Akron’s College of Health Professions.
APRNs play a pivotal role in health care, serving at the forefront of providing preventative care.
The University of Akron’s LGBT Health and Wellness Program and Clinic is a streamlined, health care access program for the provision of comprehensive, culturally competent, primary and preventive health-care services, specifically for the region’s uninsured LGBT adults and teens who are not eligible for public health insurance (such as Medicaid), who cannot afford private insurance, or who work for employers that do not offer health insurance.
Advanced Practice Registered Nurses are available the first Thursday of each month from 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM.
For more information, call 330-972-6968.