January 4th, 2005 Celebrate the First World Hypnotism Day

January 4th, 2005 Celebrate the First World Hypnotism Day










(PRWEB) December 7, 2004

As more and more people are taking care of and responsibility for their own health, world wide, so the recognition for complimentary protocols such as hypnosis is getting higher. Canadian Representative Dr. Georgina Cannon, Director of the Ontario Hypnosis School and Clinic is spearheading initiatives to bring Hypnosis to the world and to heighten awareness of the benefits of hypnosis.

Her mission is to demystify concepts of Hypnosis we may have picked up from movies or parties where it seems a person has no control. Cannon says, “If I could hypnotize anyone at will, I’d hypnotize Brad Pit. That’s not an accurate portrayal of hypnosis. A person is actually more aware when under hypnosis than normally and is fully cognizant of his or her surroundings.”

Hypnotism is safe and effective intervention for a variety of motivational, self-improvement and goal setting situations. It is natural and free of side effects, when performed by a certified competent professional practitioner the results are long lasting and often permanent. It is important to note that no one can be hypnotized against their will and no one can be forced to do things while under hypnosis that they do not want to do.

For more information on World Hypnosis Day or to interview Dr. Cannon, contact Darlene Montgomery at: lifedreams@idirect.com.

Ethical guidelines

The National Guild of Hypnotists has ethical guidelines, which all members must adhere to. The National Guild of Hypnotists holds to the ideal that hypnotism should be practiced in a free and open manner in line with all national and state requirements. NGH Hypnotists are not practicing medical or mental health arts (unless additional credentials are held by the member) Hypnotists do not diagnose disease, but can help in an adjunct to conventional medical or mental health interventions. We have our own unique non-diagnostic language, which we use with clients in order to help them to achieve. The American Medical Association approved hypnosis as a viable medical practice in 1958

Dr. Georgina Cannon, a certified master clinical hynotherapist, is an international award-winning teacher, lecturer and Director of the Ontario Hypnosis Centre in Toronto, Ontario. In the seven years since it’s founding, Cannon has initiated the ethical protocols and procedures for regression now followed by her students and many others in the regression field.

She is recognized by many in the media as “The Source” for expert opinion in the field of hypnotherapy and issues around complementary wellness treatments, and she regularly meets with medical and wellness professionals to enhance their knowledge and awareness of hypnosis and the dynamic healing potential of soul, or past life journeys.

Cannon is on the advisory board of the National Guild of Hypnosis. is recognized by many in the media as “The Source” for expert opinion in the field of hypnotherapy and issues around complementary wellness treatments. She is a certified master clinical hypnotherapist, is a vibrant international lecturer, teacher and director of a hypnosis school and clinic. For more on Georgina Cannon visit, http://www.ont-hypnosis-centre.com

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BroadcastVision Entertainment Demonstrates New Video Game Exercise To Health Clubs At Club Industry Show 2005

BroadcastVision Entertainment Demonstrates New Video Game Exercise To Health Clubs At Club Industry Show 2005










Agoura Hills, CA (PRWEB) November 2, 2005

BroadcastVision Entertainment, a leading provider of exercise entertainment solutions for the fitness industry, will be demonstrating their new interactive exercise system, Dance Exercise Revolution™ at the Club Industry 2005 trade show at Chicago’s McCormick Place, November 3 -5.

Dance Exercise Revolution™ is an industrial strength, hardware package for the popular consumer video dance game, DDR™ (Dance Dance Revolution™) created by Konami Corporation. Scrolling onscreen arrows show exercisers where to place their feet on the corresponding Cobalt Flux dance platform. Points are gained by stepping on the right area of the dance platform at the right time. Some of the DDR™ games even provide a “workout” mode, which actually tracks how many calories the exerciser has burned. A person weighing 150 lbs. can burn about 640 calories in just one hour!

BroadcastVision Entertainment has created a durable hardware package suitable for the rigorous use in health clubs, YMCA’s and schools. The Dance Exercise Revolution system consists of a BroadcastVision 23” or 27” LCD screen mounted on a telescopic stand, a Playstation 2 with locking security enclosure, the Cobalt Flux industrial grade dance platform and controller, game software and speaker system. Key to fitness center operators is the 1 – 4 year warranties available on the dance platforms. “All the other dance platforms that we’ve seen in the market are designed for home use and they just don’t hold up in fitness center environments. Our partner, Cobalt Flux, has actually driven an SUV over the platforms and they don’t even crack! States Kevin Fee, V.P. of Marketing for BroadcastVision Entertainment.

Fee further adds “The fun and interactivity of Dance Exercise Revolution™ opens the door for people of all ages that don’t connect with conventional forms of exercise. It also creates an opportunity for membership-based clubs to attract entire families who can work out together. The combination of music, video and competition make Dance Exercise Revolution appealing to many of the couch potatoes of the world”.

BroadcastVision Entertainment, widely regarded as a pioneer of fitness entertainment, will be presenting many fitness entertainment solutions at Club Industry 2005. These would include personal cardio LCD TV’s that are positioned in front of cardio equipment that allow exercisers to watch their favorite television show, DVD or listen to a music CD. The exerciser simply plugs their headphone into the new BroadcastVision ORBIT screen controller, which they had designed by BMW Designworks.

BroadcastVision Entertainment will also present a new, Internet delivered, music and messaging system that will allow clubs to customize and day part music programs along with audio messages or advertisements that increase the club’s brand awareness, drive ancillary revenue streams and impart important messages to members.

DDR and Dance Dance Revolution are registered trademarks of Konami Corporation.

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Leading Government Officials and Industry Players Flock to the 2005 Government & Health Technologies Forums

Leading Government Officials and Industry Players Flock to the 2005 Government & Health Technologies Forums










Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) July 21, 2005

The 2005 Government & Health Technologies Forums (http://gov.wowgao.com), being held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Ottawa on August 30 & 31, 2005 features an exciting lineup of speakers and conference delegates. Endorsed by the Honorable Prime Minister of Canada, Paul Martin and the Premier of Ontario, Dalton McGuinty; these forums are quickly being established as the leading IT events for government and health sectors.

As two leading IT events under one roof, these forums provide the perfect opportunity to discover and learn about new technologies and initiatives specifically developed for the government and health-related sectors within North America. The conferences will focus on emerging and relevant issues including, Interoperability Trends in e-Government, Government to Citizen (G2C) Electronic Service Delivery, e-Health, New Strategies for Government Portals, Privacy and Security, IT Outsourcing by Government and many others.

Conference sessions will be presented and discussed by leading government officials and industry executives, who are key players in delivering solutions for government and health sectors. Conference speakers include:

*Walter Bilyk, Head of Technology & Business Solutions, Community Services I&IT Cluster, Province of Ontario

*Hon. Andrew Thomson, Minister of Learning and Information Technology, Government of Saskatchewan

*Alec Campbell, Executive Director, Privacy & Policy Assessment, Government of Alberta    

*Rick Makos, President, Teradata Canada

*Frank Hart, Vice President, Government Solutions, EDS

*Bob Donofrio, Senior Manager, Government Markets, Accenture

These forums also feature various corporate sponsored networking activities, including a Luncheon Reception sponsored by Teradata Canada, to be held on the first day of the event. Come and network with potential clients, colleagues and peers in a great venue and promote your business to others.

The 2005 Government & Health Technologies Forums are sponsored and promoted by many leading IT and media companies including Public Sector Technology and Management, Financegates.com, ePaymentnews Network, PRWeb, Backbone Magazine, ebizQ, Business News Americas, ProductionHUB, RFID Update, Integration Consortium, Pacific Telecommunications Council and many more.

Those interested in attending can now register at http://gov.wowgao.com/register/registration.php using promotion code PWEB to receive a free 1-Session Conference Pass or Conference Day Passes before tickets are sold out.

For more information on the 2005 Government & Health Technologies Forum, call 1-416-292-0038 ext. 821 or visit http://gov.wowgao.com

About WowGao Inc.

WowGao Inc. is a leading event management company that produces internationally renowned conferences and expositions that address the latest innovations and developments in the information technology industry. WowGao has successfully hosted the “The 2003 Ultimate Leading Edge IT Conferences & Expos”, “The 2004 Wireless & Mobile WorldExpo” “The 2004 e-Financial WorldExpo” and “The 2005 Wireless & Mobile WorldExpo” in Toronto, Canada, and all four IT events remain highly acclaimed in the industry.

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The 2005 Government & Health Technologies Forums. August 30 & 31, 2005 – Crowne Plaza Hotel, Ottawa, Canada.

The 2005 Government & Health Technologies Forums. August 30 & 31, 2005 – Crowne Plaza Hotel, Ottawa, Canada.










(PRWEB) August 5, 2005

The 2005 Government & Health Technologies Forums (http://gov.wowgao.com) is coming to Ottawa. This event features an exciting lineup of speakers and conference delegates. Hundreds of delegates from all levels of the Federal and Provincial governments as well as representatives of the industry are attending this year’s event. Many hot topics including Interoperability Trends in e-Government, Government to Citizen (G2C) Electronic Service Delivery, e-Health, New Strategies for Government Portals, Privacy and Security, IT Outsourcing by Government are presented to the attendees by distinguished and informed speakers.

Welcomed by the Honorable Prime Minister of Canada, Paul Martin and the Premier of Ontario, Dalton McGuinty; these forums are quickly being established as the leading IT events for government and health sectors.

New speakers recently added to our conference agenda include:

 Walter Bilyk, Head of Technology & Business Solutions, Community Services I&IT Cluster, Province of Ontario

 Hon. Andrew Thomson, Minister of Learning and Information Technology, Government of Saskatchewan

 Rick Makos, President, Teradata Canada

 Frank Hart, Vice President, Government Solutions, EDS

 Bob Donofrio, Senior Manager, Government Markets, Accenture

 Abla Mawudeku, Manager, Global Public Health Intelligence Network (GPHIN), Public Health Agency of Canada

For a full list of the speakers and their topics please refer to our website or simply call us for a faxed version.

This is a great opportunity for the attendees to network with hundreds of private industry executives and their colleagues from all levels of government.

To arrange interviews with our organizing team, any of the conference speakers, or to get more information about the Government & Health Technologies Forums please do not hesitate to call us or drop us an email. We also provide prepared media articles for release.

We offer the members of the media free access to all our events. To obtain your media pass for the Government & Health Technologies Forums and fulfill your organizations media needs, please contact Loba Fallah at 1-416-292-0038 ext. 815 for more details.

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