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Personal Cure of Montauk Presents Ohashi At Gurney’s Inn

Originally Posted: September 11, 2012

Douglas MacKaye Harrington

Montauk - Master holistic health instructor Ohashi will make a rare appearance in the Hamptons this week when he conducts a three hour workshop at Gurney's Inn Resort and Spa on Wednesday, September 12.

Ohashi's teaching are based on over 40 years of practice, experience and study. He is a pioneer of Shiatu, Macrobiotic and Oriental Diagnosis. He has trained thousands of students worldwide in his methods and is the author of several books and the creator of numerous educational DVDs.

Ohashi is the founder of the Ohashi Institute, a cultural and educational institute, and he has lectured and taught at Harvard School of Medicine, the Omega Institute and Rockefeller Uninverstiy. Ohashi's clients have included Martha Graham, Ralph Lauren, Seiji Ozawa, Dr. Henry Kissinger and Halston, to name but a few.

The event at Gurney's will include "Face Reading," Ohashi's three hour Oriental Diagnosis Workshop and will be followed by a macrobiotic dinner. The event will start at 5 p.m. and conclude at 9 p.m. on Wednesday and private one-on-one sessions by appointment only will be available on Thursday, September 13. The cost for the workshop and micrbiotic dinner is $50 per person. To reserve a spot call Phyllis Lomitola at 631-668-1717.

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Frequently mistaken for the "Most Interesting Man in the World" from the Dos Equis commercials and the iconic gray-bearded Sean Connery, DMH is the Senior Contributing Editor at Hamptons.com. www.hamptons.com Hamptons HamptonsOnline HamptonsOnline

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