Living with Multiple Sclerosis: What Else Can I Do?

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The prevalence of Multiple Sclerosis is rising and many people suffer in silence without hope. Come learn what natural steps you or someone you love can take to improve quality of life whether on Western medications or not. This two-hour course will offer hand-outs and hands-on techniques including nutrition therapies, breathing exercises, essential oils, flower essences, qi gong, ear massage, jin shin jyutsu, and acupressure points. Lifestyle considerations are essential to address potential triggers of MS symptoms. We will discuss how to make your home a healthy place including natural cleaning products and reducing electro-magnetic field exposure. An extensive discussion of supplements and nutrition therapies will be presented. Apitherapy, acupuncture, qi gong, and yoga will also be discussed as potential healing methods for different aspects of MS. Join us for inspiring stories of how people have moved past the diagnosis and into greater awareness, strength, and truth.


Since 1990, Savannah Barnes has been on a path of energy medicine and self-healing. Today she is a licensed acupuncturist, herbalist, Hatha yoga teacher, and Reiki practitioner. Her studies and experiential practice have included work in oncology clinics, post-surgery rehabilitation centers, homeless shelters, OB-GYN, pediatrics, chronic pain, emotional traumas, multiple sclerosis, and hospice. Her training and practice also include flower essences, essential oils, tuning forks, nutrition, qi gong, and meditation. Savannah has been a resident of Livingston since 2015 and Montana since 1986. Prior to that she lived in Wyoming most of her life. The West is in her blood and in her soul, which finds solace in nature every day.


In addition, Savannah has an MFA in Creative Writing and has contributed to dozens of award-winning water resources education books for kids and teachers as well as numerous articles on topics of every kind. She has taught English at Montana State University and the University of Idaho. When not teaching, writing, and practicing acupuncture and yoga, Savannah is an avid runner, elk hunter, and hot springs devotee. Mostly, though, she likes hanging out with her reservation dog, Sam.

Day and Time
1 Tuesday, 6-8 PM
Jan 22
Minimum Age
Phone: 406-223-1586
Individual participant $ 10.00
Park High School - Library
102 View Vista Dr.
Livingston, MT 59047

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