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Daily Prana launches E.A.T. 2021

Michelle Viscera and Fercy Almaiz (front, l-r); Ana Pison, Meg Lizares, Marissa Corral, Jonelyn Grijaldo-Lee, Master G, Nea Quiachon, Siony Ferraris, and Tin Panes-Ceraspe (back, l-r) of Daily Prana*

Daily Prana, a yoga, meditation, and holistic wellness center located at the ground floor of LOC Residences in Bacolod City, will officially launch today its E.A.T. (Experience And Transform) program where courses will be offered under partial or full scholarships to chosen beneficiaries, its press release said.

These courses include basic meditation, yoga, and energy healing (Reiki).

Led by M. G. Sharma, the center opened its doors in Bacolod City in September 2018 offering courses, such as yoga, Reiki, meditation, energy healing, manifestation, life coaching, and other personal growth and transformation programs, the press release said.

These services and courses are geared toward providing relief to a growing number of people suffering from depression, anxiety, panic attacks, or just mere emptiness, and searching for a sense of direction or the path to self-discovery.

Two years later, Daily Prana has more than 300 students and clients, whose individual life transformation serves as testimonials of the success of its mission to spread wellness, healing and positive energy, the press release said.

Its 40+ officers/members/sponsors have already nominated their beneficiaries and the members of the Board have chosen the first 10 scholars, who will participate in the January 2021 E.A.T. program that will focus on basic meditation.

“Service fees for wellness are usually quite expensive, that is why most people, although willing, shy away from enrolling into these programs. They hide their desire for healing and the frustration that comes from this feeling of lack and emptiness eventually develops into deeper issues, not only within themselves but also in their external relationships. Consequently, these low and negative emotions develop and spread throughout the community,” Sharma said. “One of the most effective tools or practice that will really help us cope with the challenges that beset our daily lives is meditation. It provides cleansing for the soul, much like how taking a bath cleanses the physical body. With the E.A.T. program, Daily Prana aims to spread healing and positivity to more individuals so that not only a few get to experience this positive transformation.”

This year’s organization officers are Atty. Nea Cecille Quiachon – secretary, Dr. Patricia Canto De Guzman – treasurer; Program Leads external relations – Marissa Montalvo-Corral and Siony Hijara-Ferraris; media/social media – Tin Panes-Ceraspe, Dr. Cesar De Guzman, and Michelle Visera; and projects/charity – Jonelyn Grijaldo-Lee, Grace Ann Villanueva, and Meg Lizares-Siana.

They will work together with the officers of the Reiki Practitioners of the Philippines (RPAP), another affiliate organization under Daily Prana – India and Daily Prana – Bacolod, the press release added.*

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