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Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden will feature Patricia Dedman Nail, owner of 6-D Design and clinical psychotherapist, in the Lay Family Garden for a transformational healing process called “Flower Power.” Immediate communication and the availability of instant gratification have wreaked havoc on the human brain, body and spirit so we have become out of sync with ourselves. It throws our bodies into crisis, which manifests in the form of maladies like digestive disorders, anxiety and panic attacks. In this session, Patricia will help guests use meditation techniques instead of medication. These processes can be learned and repeated on your own at the arboretum or in your own garden. These processes will teach you to slow down and smell the flowers.

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden will feature Patricia Dedman Nail, owner of 6-D Design and clinical psychotherapist, in the Lay Family Garden for a transformational healing process called “Flower Power.” Immediate communication and the availability of instant gratification have wreaked havoc on the human brain, body and spirit so we have become out of sync with ourselves. It throws our bodies into crisis, which manifests in the form of maladies like digestive disorders, anxiety and panic attacks. In this session, Patricia will help guests use meditation techniques instead of medication. These processes can be learned and repeated on your own at the arboretum or in your own garden. These processes will teach you to slow down and smell the flowers.

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden will feature Patricia Dedman Nail, owner of 6-D Design and clinical psychotherapist, in the Lay Family Garden for a transformational healing process called “Flower Power.” Immediate communication and the availability of instant gratification have wreaked havoc on the human brain, body and spirit so we have become out of sync with ourselves. It throws our bodies into crisis, which manifests in the form of maladies like digestive disorders, anxiety and panic attacks. In this session, Patricia will help guests use meditation techniques instead of medication. These processes can be learned and repeated on your own at the arboretum or in your own garden. These processes will teach you to slow down and smell the flowers.

WHEN

WHERE

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
8525 Garland Rd.
Dallas, TX 75218
http://www.dallasarboretum.org/visit/seasonal-festivals-events/seasonal-events

TICKET INFO

$15
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