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Meditation specialist joins Complete Wellness center

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Dr. James Pilc left his OB/GYN practice to focus on meditation after it helped him battle cancer. (John Hickey/Buffalo News)


Dr. James Pilc, a personal meditative guide and author, has joined the Complete Wellness Arts and Science Center.

I wrote an “In the Field” piece on the former OB/GYN, who quit his practice after being diagnosed with bone cancer and using meditation and other means to address his condition. 

“We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Pilc to our space where his Meditation Classes and Meditative Self-Healing Sessions will continue to help those in need of physical, emotional, spiritual and energetic healing,” Pam Priest, Owner of the Complete Wellness Arts and Science Center, said in a news release. “We offer an exceptional and comprehensive variety of healing practices and educational classes and Dr. Pilc’s method of healing will enhance the breadth and depth of what we have to offer.”

The center is at 1515 Kensington Ave. and Pilc will start leading classes in April. They range in price from $25 to $99 per class, depending on whether they’re group or individual sessions and how many you schedule. For more information, go to Pilc’s website or www.jamespilcmd.com and www.completewellnesswny.com

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