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XII No.5 - Sunday March 10 - Saturday March 23, 2013

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Expats Club has “Wild Times”

Ralph was happy to buy a copy off author John Spies before the presentation.

By Shana Kongmun
Local author John Spies was the featured speaker at the February Chiang Mai Expats Club held at Le Meridien on Saturday, February 23, 2013. A packed house filled the atrium at Le Meridien Hotel as breakfasters enjoyed getting snacks and coffee out of the bamboo hut erected in the center.
Australian John Spies is the author of the book “Wild Times, 30 years on the Thai border” and an intrepid spelunker. In the over 30 years he has been in Thailand he has explored over 85 caves and systems and started the Cave Lodge, a guest house in a Shan village near the Burmese border. John’s incredible exploits and beautiful photos capture the imagination and record a world that many do not get the chance to see. He took part in the BBC production Planet Earth and led camera crews to amazing caves and cave systems that were undiscovered until his visit.
The Expats Club members enjoyed the presentation and John’s outgoing personality and engaging stories kept the crowd listening carefully.
The Chiang Mai Expats Club meets on the third Saturday of every month.


Jirung Heath Village introduces new Natural Fitness & Holistic health trainer

The top ten Emotion Detoxification Master Brian Seraiah Wood, International Instructor, Master Trainer, Pro MMA Fighter & Performing Artist has been introduced as the new holistic health trainer at Jirung Heath Village in Mae Rim District Chiang Mai Learn ancient techniques to handle modern day stress. Brian uses a Historical approach to Health and Longevity in and outside the gym. His training program designed to train not just the muscles and physical aspects of body, but to address and bring into alignment and spiritual components of the human trilogy experienceevery personal trainer is qualified to tech their clients how to fit weights and use cardio machines, but ever few offer the total package treatment as how to train the “Mental Monkey” machine, handle and control stress, along with channeling personal energy, breath and intentions.

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Expats Club has “Wild Times”

Jirung Heath Village introduces new Natural Fitness & Holistic health trainer



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