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Featured Events

Your House Needs A Strong Foundation And So Do You!
June 11, 2018 6:30PM
South College 
All 3 of our panel members will emphasize  why you need a strong foundation and how you can maximize healthy habits by addressing your foundation
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Easy, Healthy, Tasty: A Plant-Based
Cooking Class (Dairy and Gluten Free)
June 20, 2018
Rarity Bay Community Center
We all know we would be a little bit healthier if we ate more vegetables!
In this cooking class demonstration, Jill Hahn, Certified Health Coach and healthy cooking instructor, will introduce you to easy, healthy, plant-based recipes that taste amazing.
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Release Your Emotional Baggage
 To Live Your Ideal Life
August 13, 2018 6:30PM
South College 
CHEO has another amazing panel lined up for you in August to help you explore your mental and emotional health options.

Angelyn Nicholson of Your Therapy Space  EMDR, Trauma, ADHD and More!
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How To Connect With Guardian Angels And Spirit Guides
August 15, 2018
Rarity Bay Community Center
Join us at this fun and informative event to explore those relationships that may not be seen, but are always present.
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Member Spotlights

Patrice Rennick

My name is Patrice Rennick and I’ve been an RN since 1982.   My husband and I moved from Michigan to Tellico Village in August 2017.

My specialty in nursing is wound and ostomy care; I still work part time with a durable medical equipment company as a consultant.

In 1997, my then 8-year-old cat Pia was diagnosed with chronic renal failure.  At the time, the vet said that aside from changing her food, there wasn’t anything he could do or recommend.   He said Pia may have about one year to live.

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Stephen Kerr

My name is Stephen Kerr. I want you to know that I enjoy helping people and I am passionate about what I teach.

There was a need to bring Tai Chi/Qigong to people in a manner that was not only easy for them to learn and use, but was also correct. Sixteen years ago, I answered that need in Knoxville with my business Clear’s Tai Chi, offering Tai Chi, Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong teaching. What has carried me this long and why five years from now I hope to still be doing what I am is my desire to help other people. 

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CHEO of Greater Knoxville Area, is a non-profit educational organization whose purpose is offering education about alternative, natural and complementary health modalities. We provide member information so the public can easily access information about local alternative healthcare providers and services.

Our organization makes no representations or warranties about the accuracy or suitability of any information contained therein. Information provided via the CHEO of Greater Knoxville Area website, newsletter and programs does not constitute medical advice or treatment and is not intended to replace the patient/physician relationship or a physician’s professional judgment.

CHEO of Greater Knoxville Area expressly disclaims all liability for any and all treatment, diagnosis, decisions and actions taken or not taken as result of the information provided. Information presented here is for educational purposes only.