AMA is proud to offer another workshop for the community to help you further your knowledge.
- Healing and remedies in the Qur’an and Sunnah
- When should you ask a professional about herbal medicine?
- How can Western and Islamic medicine be complementary?
- What are in the differences in eating of Islamic vs. Cultural guidelines?
Here are the details:
Date: Saturday, February 10, from 3:00 – 5:00 PM
Location: Community hall of Masjid ar-Rahmah (AMA) | 1216 Hunt Club Rd.
Language: Presentation will be conducted in Arabic and English
Ages: Girls and women of all ages
Speaker: Dr. Nivin Sharaf
Dr. Nivin Sharaf is a health care professional and teaches at the University of Ottawa Medical School. She is a researcher and public speaker who has been involved in medical education for the last two decades.
She strongly believes that for one to achieve optimum health there should be a balance between mind, body and spirit. She is also a Certified Cupping (Hijama) therapist.
Dr.Sharaf also provides courses for women and students to help educate them in different social, academic and financial topics.
The number of spots is limited and you need to act now to register your spot at the button below:
AMA wishes to thank the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration for their financial support through the Multicultural Community Capacity Grant, in order to offer this program free of charge.