Join Rhonda Feiman, licensed acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist, to learn how the time-tested techniques and treatment strategies of Asian medicine, and the practice of gentle, simple and effective Qi-gong movements, can help strengthen the immune system and support emotional and physical balance for those living with Parkinson's Disease.

Feiman will speak at the Waldo County Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Support Group meeting Wednesday, Feb. 14, at 1:15 p.m. in the Home Health and Hospice conference room, Room 106, at 125 Northport Ave., opposite the hospital.

Feiman has been in private practice in Belfast, Maine since 1993. She received her Master of Science of Oriental Medicine degree from Southwest Acupuncture College in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in 1992. She is nationally certified and holds state licenses in Maine, New Mexico and New York.

Feiman continues her ongoing studies of Japanese styles of acupuncture with masters from the Toyohari Association in the United States and Japan. In addition, she has completed post-graduate Chinese herbal studies.

Feiman studies and practices Yang Family-Style Tai Chi and is preparing to be certified as a teacher of their Tai Chi 10 Form. For many years, she has been practicing Iyengar Yoga, mind-body awareness, mindfulness-based stress reduction, and Vipassana meditation.

For more information on Feiman and her practice, please visit or call 338-4454. This talk is free and open to the public. More information, call Margie Spencer-Smith, MSW, 930-2500, ext. 4795.