Brain Waves and The Fountain of Youth

This intensive course delves into the science of brain waves - what they are, what they mean, how they work, how this relates to aging and anti-aging and how meditation and mindfulness practices can help preserve telomeres. Dr. Kim gives a thorough overview of the 4 main types of brainwaves, what they are, what they look like and the state of the body during each stage to give participants a full understanding of the impact of brainwave states on the body and mind. This conversation takes a segway into a discussion on telomeres and how this relates to cellular death and ultimately human aging and death, explaining what telomeres are, their importance and what activities, habits and lifestyle adjustments are responsible for preserving them. The role of meditation, mindfulness and other practices and treatments such as acupuncture have a profound impact on the brain and brain waves, ultimately resulting in preserved telomere length and integrity. Dr. Kim will lead the group through some guided meditations to help them experience a relaxed Alpha state and deepened Theta state to integrate the material in an experiential capacity.

Attendees Will Learn

-The 4 main types of Brain Waves and what they do
-What a telomere is and how this relates to aging
-Practices to preserve telomere length
-Evidence based research statistics on how mindfulness, meditation and acupuncture affect brain waves
-A meditation practice to use at home to access alpha and theta brain wave states on their own.

About This Speaker

Dr. Kim has been a licensed, practicing Acupuncturist since 2010, a published author, speaker and intuitive healer; her treatments aim to access the deep inner workings of the mind-body-spirit connection to help her patients unlock the root cause of disharmony.

Education and Experience

  • Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
  • Licensed Acupuncturist
  • Ordained Minister
Speaker Topic:
Financial Wellness
Mental Health
Celebrity or Keynote
Working From Home
Humorous, Funny
Building Awareness For:
Heart Health (February)
Black History (February)
Women's History (February)
Financial Literacy (April)
National Volunteer (April)
Brain Tumor Awareness (May)
Mental Health Awareness (May)
National Stroke Awareness (May)
Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness (June)
Workplace Safety (June)
Sarcoma Awareness (July)
National Yoga (September)
Hispanic Heritage Month (September)
Breast Cancer Awareness (October)
National Arts & Humanities (October)
National Disability Employment Awareness (October)
Movember - Men's Health (November)
LGBTQ/Pride (June)
Other Critera:
Available as Webinar
Recording is OK
Available as In-Person Event
Available Nationwide
Willing to Travel
Offered in Spanish
Offered in other languages
For Call Centers
Especially for Men
Especially for Women
HRA/VEBA eligible
For 3rd Shift
For Retreats
Duration of event (in hour increments): 1 Hour
Equipment buyer needs to provide: Projector, mic
Equipment provided by vendor: N/A
Post event tools included: Handouts
Includes pre-event consultation: Yes