Seniors Connect! Healing Alternatively
Thursday, July 20
Free. Registration appreciated.
Join Seniors Connect! over drinks and light nosh to discuss alternatives methods of healing with Dr. Sarika Arora of Aum Healing Center in Boston. The conversation will focus on evaluating the whole person, including interaction of genes with environment and lifestyle factors, as well as holistic approaches to healing including acupuncture, chiropractic care, nutrition, yoga, exercise and more.
Board certified in Internal Medicine, Dr. Arora completed her residency at SUNY Buffalo. She practiced acute care medicine as a hospitalist before founding Aum Healing Center in 2012. She completed her Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice (AFMCP) training with the Institute of Functional Medicine, where she is currently an active member. Dr. Arora has a patient-centered approach, designing customized lifestyle medicine programs focused on nutrition education, hormone balance, stress management, and simple, yet powerful strategies for leading your healthiest life. She is extremely passionate about addressing patients from a whole person perspective, evaluating the interaction of genes with environment and lifestyle factors. Her belief is that everyone deserves to feel their best each and everyday. Dr. Arora is also a consultant to Women's Health Network and an international speaker on functional medicine.
Co-chaired by Evvajean Mintz and Susan Rosen.
Seniors Connect! is especially for seniors in the Boston area who are looking to connect with other seniors for creative activities and resource sharing. We gather at the Vilna Shul monthly for compelling discussions and events that are relevant to seniors’ needs and life experiences.
The Vilna Shul is a 5 minute walk from the Charles/MGH stop on the Red Line and an 8 minute walk from the Park Street stop on the Green Line. See the Vilna Shul's directions page here for details.
As we are in the process of restoring our historic space, it is not yet fully accessible to persons with disabilities. If you need assistance to gain access to our building, please let us know and we will happy to help. For all other questions and concerns please call us at (617) 523-2324.