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Siegler Center for Integrative Medicine Presents Learn More About Reiki


Livingston, NJ— The Siegler Center for Integrative Medicine presents, “Learn More About Reiki,” on April 2, 2013 from 6-7 p.m. at the Barnabas Health Ambulatory Care Center, 200 South Orange Avenue, Livingston. 

Reiki is a gentle hands‐on energy therapy technique that is used for stress reduction and relaxation. Reiki means “Universal Life Energy,” which is the primal energy responsible for the health and well‐being of all living things. Maintaining this energy enables your body to achieve optimal health and promote healing. Reiki may help improve sleep, lessen pain, reduce anxiety and headaches, and bring an overall sense of peace and well‐being. There are no known medical interactions, so Reiki can be safely used in any health condition.

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Speakers for the evening program include: Jennifer Cardone, Reiki Master and Dale Bellisfield, RN, RH, (AHG) Medical Herbalist, Reiki Level 2. 

To register for this program or for more information about Reiki and the Integrative Medicine program at the Barnabas Health Ambulatory Care Center, please call 973.322.7007.


The Barnabas Health Ambulatory Care Center (ACC) located at 200 South Orange Avenue in Livingston, NJ, is one of the nation's most sophisticated ambulatory health care facilities. We provide the highest quality medical care in an environment that sets a new standard for patient satisfaction.  The facility includes an outpatient surgery center; a full-service Breast Center; an Imaging Center with the latest technology; the Matthew Morahan Health Assessment Center for Athletes; the Kogan Celiac Center; Hearing Center; Speech Center; Pain Institute; Sports and Physical Medicine Institute; a full complement of rehabilitation services; MS Comprehensive Care Center; Osteoporosis Center; Refractive Surgery Center; Craniofacial Center; Vascular Center; and the Siegler Center for Integrative Medicine.  The ACC provides patients with special amenities during their visit: complimentary child care, health care concierge to arrange services, free valet parking, onsite retail pharmacy, free wireless internet, and onsite café.  For more information visit or call 973.322.7000. 

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