Burbank, CA – Making an appearance at the Martial Arts History Museum this January 27, 2018 is “master healer” Sifu Matthew. Through the mastery of science of physics and electromagnetism and its rapid effect on rejuvenating the body, he has helped to teach, heal and empower thousands of people to their own miraculous healings. The museum will be conducting two workshops with Session A at 2 pm and Session B at 3:30 pm.
Sifu Matthew is the founder of “Electromagnetic Healing,” which uses the understanding of the Warrior Mentality for empowerment and healing through the creative nature of the engagement of interactive scientific forces. He has consulted for many organizations and companies in the areas of electromagnetic healing as it relates to nutritional formulation and new principals of understanding the role of the body and its atmosphere for longevity.
Sifu Matthew has been a teacher to athletes, Hollywood stars and veterans to develop a better performance level in their health. He is able to enlighten others to achieve their optimal performance through changing their cellular structure to increase the healing process of injuries, reduce stress through mastering your magnetism, enter your optimal zones of power and learn about unearthing your inner force. Sifu Matthew is also the head of the Martial Arts of Wellness (MAOW), http://www.themartialartsofwellness.com
“The martial arts is not only about self-defense, but it’s about awareness, about being healthy, about healing and about controlling your body,” says museum president Michael Matsuda. “We are thrilled to have Sifu Matthew at the museum. This is something that everyone will enjoy and learn how to better understand themselves.”
The workshop is divided into two sessions:
Session A (Intro Session): 2 pm to 3 pm
Session B (For those who have had experience with Sifu Matthew and would like a specific healing): 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Cost of each session is $40.
The event will be hosted at the Martial Arts History Museum at 2319 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank, CA 91506. (Half of all proceeds will benefit the museum). For additional information, visit http://www.mamuseum.com.
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