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Hands Turned launches energy medicine t-shirts
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Oct '11
Hands Turned On LLC announced the launch of a new clothing line designed to help people heal themselves using energy medicine, the ancient art of healing through touch, breath, movement, and sound.

The clothing line is designed by Ann Marie Chiasson M.D., a renowned energy medicine healer who teaches at the University of Arizona's Center for Integrative Medicine with its founder, integrative medicine expert, Dr. Andrew Weil. She is also the author of a comprehensive home study kit entitled Energy Healing: The Essentials of Self-Care, and co-author, along with Dr. Weil, of Self-Healing with Energy Medicine.

The shirt designs feature Dr. Chiasson's own handprints showing wearers how to position their hands to perform a specific healing exercise. Each T-shirt also comes with an instructional hangtag that explains how to perform the energy healing technique that the shirt demonstrates. The shirts are made of cotton and come in a range of colors such as kiwi, indigo, plum and teal.

"Dr. Ann Marie Chiasson is a wonderful energy healer," says Dr. Andrew Weil. "Having her work available through Hands Turned On is a gift. I highly recommend these clothes to anyone who wants to explore self healing."

Popular designs are "Practice Extreme Gratitude," "Ten Seconds to Center" and "We Must Polish the Heart Everyday," all of which include handprints and the corresponding instructional tag.

"Energy medicine is an innovative way for people to tap into their body's healing powers and feel healthier and more vitalized," Dr. Chiasson says. The shirts are available online at the company's website.

Ann Marie Chiasson, M.D., M.P.H., has extensive experience exploring energy medicine and alternative healing practices and shares her knowledge through interactive workshops, lectures and writing.

In addition to completing a Fellowship in Integrative Medicine at The University of Arizona, she has studied with Mayan shamanic healers in the Yucatan Peninsula. Dr. Chiasson is also Canadian Board Certified in Family Practice, holds a Masters Degree in public health from Johns Hopkins University and an M.D. from Dalhousie School of Medicine in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Hands Turned On was co-founded by Dr. Chiasson and Katherine R. Lewis. Both founders are graduates of Haverford College. Ms. Lewis holds an M.B.A. from Harvard University.

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