The WU Project
INVITES YOU FOR A NIGHT HEALING, EXPLORING AND CELEBRATING ONE’S SE
Join us for a night of
Healing Dance, Gong Meditation, Herbal Elixirs
and optional NSEV Group Acupuncture
to raise funds for Health and Hope.
“MAKE THE WU PROJECT POSSIBLE”
ALL MONEY RAISED GOES TO “THE WU PROJECT” &“YDTR”
Tulku Tsori Rinpoche – Act4Tibet – YDTR
TULKU TSORI RINPOCHE a lama that has devoted his life to champion humanitarian efforts. He is the founder and spiritual leader of the YOGI TSORU DECHEN RINPOCHE FOUNDATION (YTDR) .YTDR manages several charitable programs which directly benefit the people of Tibet and help ensure the survival of their rich heritage and culture. Programs include sponsorship for children, families, and the elderly; medical relief missions; and support for orphanages that educate children in the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition. YTDR Foundation is a volunteer based organization, and is a registered Florida 501c3 Charitable Entity EIN 30-0458849.
Dan Atchison-Nevel – NSEV Acupuncture
DANIEL ATCHISON-NEVEL (NSEV) has been an innovator in the fields of holistic health and acupuncture since 1982. That year, he and his wife Jane Atchison-Nevel co-founded one of the country’s first comprehensive collaborative health centers, the South Florida Healing Arts Center in Miami Beach, Florida. The Center brought together more than two dozen healthcare providers including Medical Doctors, Chiropractic Physicians, Acupuncturists, Massage Therapists, Nutritional Consultants, Physical Therapists, Energy Healers, Colonic Therapists. Daniel currently serves as Clinical Director of the NSEV Healing & Acupuncture Clinic in his hometown of Miami Beach, Florida.
Ernesto Ortiz – Healing Dance
Noted artist, author and healer, Ernesto Ortiz has devoted his life to exploring and communicating the language of the heart, primal movement and deep inner spaces. Over the past 25 years, Ernesto has taken thousands of people on a journey from physical and emotional inertia to the freedom of ecstasy, from the chaos of the chattering ego-mind to the blessed emptiness of stillness and inner silence.
Alicia Villamarin & Maria Romero
The Wu project (Gong Meditation-Acupuncture )
The dream started long time ago. Since their meeting in 2001, Alicia Villamarin and Maria Romero have been involved in several humanitarian projects in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Their combined effort and noble cause saw the manifestation of THE WU PROJECT (A synthesis of both YTDR and NSEV programs). The project’s primary goal is to provide health and hope to remote and poor rural communities in needed regions. How?! In this summer our group of dedicated volunteers are flying to Nepal and India to assist with the NSEV Healing techniques for Tibetan refugees supported by YTDR programs.
For more information
please call : 305-4506702 Fernanda or go to
Tickets at the door $35 (cash or check)
Bring your Yoga Mat