Do you want to acquire a deeper understanding of the elegant and critical systems of the Body? Do you want to learn how you can pinpoint any health imbalance and correct it in just minutes? Then stay with me as I take you on an incredible journey into the miraculous world of energy healing and balancing. It is a journey that will not only open your eyes to the true reality of our universe but it will also give you the tools you need to help yourself, and those you love reach new levels of health and wellness. I have spent over 23 years as Chiropractor and a Holistic Doctor and what I am going to share with you in the next few minutes will forever change the way you look at the human body, the healing arts and perhaps even your own existence. If that sounds like something you would be interested in learning more about please stay with me as I pull back the curtain on this amazing and life changing secret.
Dr. Najeeb Lectures are the World’s Most Popular Lectures on Basic Medical Sciences. Our videos are being watched by millions of Medical, Dentistry, Nursing and Pharmacy students in over 100 countries.
Dr. Wu' a.k.a. Jim Ashworth and Bryan Freeze have up until now, been deeply rooted in Texas Blues with the help of such players as the great Buddy Whittington, Mouse Mayes, Red Young, and other top musicians. Now with their 5th release they are broadening their horizons; branching out with new genres of compositions like "Buddy's Bolero" and "Baby I Love You" as well as new rockin' Texas Blues, and the return of the original vocalist Charlie Bassham …all of which make "Ridin' with Dr. Wu' Vol. 5 their best album to date!
An eclectic mix of American, African, and Caribbean music with strong rhythmic aspects. This CD has the ability to make the listener jump, dance, and listen, depending on what mood the individual is in while cruising the grooves. Leonard King was born in Detroit, Michigan where he has been able to absorb the multi-cultural musics of the entire metro area. He has performed with many artists such as Donald Byrd, Johnnie Taylor, Al Green, Herb Ellis, Barbara Dane, Eddie Kendricks, Pigmeat Markham, James Carter, and many others.