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14 09 2010


Announcing Massage Hour!

14 09 2010

Welcome Everyone! Fall 2010 Semester is Here!

27 08 2010

Hello Everyone!

I hope that all your semesters are starting out great! I can’t wait for all of us to get together and exchange stories from our summers. I wanted to let you all know that the Holistic Health Network is going to start meeting this semester on Mondays from 11am-12pm in the Holistic Health Learning Center in HSS 329. This is a tentative meeting time and if this time doesn’t work for you, but you want to make the meetings please let me know!! Our first meeting will be this coming Monday 8/30. Please bring any and all ideas you have for the Network this coming semester.

Hope to see you all soon! Good luck adding and crashing classes!

~Marisa Soski, President

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5 04 2010

Eat Well, Be Well Event Planning

16 03 2010

Please join the Network meeting this Wednesday (3/17) to learn how you can help out with our next big event.


The Eat Well, Be Well Conference is our biggest event of the year. It is part of the Future of Health Care series hosted every 2 years by the Holistic Health Network with support from the faculty of the Institute and Senator Leeland Yee. We need help, from planning to day-of logistics. Come found out where you can plug in!


16 03 2010

Hey beautiful ladies! Check-out the new “Lunar Cycles” tab above for tips and recipes from our Reconnecting with Womanhood event.


4 03 2010

Join the Holistic Health Network and thousands of students across California in the fight for education! The Holistic Health Network and Internship will be meeting at noon in the HH Learning Center, then going as a group down to the Malcom X Plaza for T-shirt and sign-making. All are welcome to join us there, or along with everyone else at the Plaza.

The Holistic Health Network phrase for T-shirts is “Whole-ism and Higher Education, Holistic Health Network.”

Below is the rally schedule, provided by unions of SF State faculty and staff:

10:00 to 12:15: Informational Picket Line on 19th Avenue & Holloway
12:15 to 12:30: Picket Line march to Malcolm X Plaza
12:30 to 1:30: Political Theater & Spoken Word performed by SF State talent addressing the budget cuts, Malcolm X Plaza (we’re working on rain location, if necessary)
1:30 to 3:00: Do-It-Yourself Protest signs and T-shirt stenciling (bring a t-shirt, if you can), Malcolm X Plaza
2:00 to 3:30: Teach-in, Malcolm X Plaza
3:30 to 4:00: Board MUNI or shuttle to BART (The first one hundred boarding at 19th St. Muni with a March 4th t-shirt or protest sign will receive a pass for boarding)
4:00 to 4:45: SF State community will gather on the steps of the Asian Art Museum in the Civic Center before proceeding to the 5 PM rally area.
5:00 to 6:30: Rally for California’s Future, SF Civic Center.  Stand together with Pre-K to Higher Education educators, parents, students and all those who work in the public sector to send a message to Sacramento

“The executive board of the SF State chapter of CFA adopted the following statement on February 25th:

California Faculty Association (CFA), San Francisco State University Chapter shares in the anger and frustration of students, faculty and staff regarding budget cuts that are destroying public education. We believe that peaceful protest and civil disobedience are powerful forces for change in a democratic society, and we defend the rights of individuals and organizations to practice them. However, CFA does not support or condone violence in any form. We oppose any vandalism or destruction of property. We also oppose the excessive use of force by law enforcement. This is our university – students, faculty, staff, and the community – and such acts undermine efforts to protect San Francisco State from those who would dismantle it. We seek a university founded upon mutual respect, social justice and accountability. 
The governor’s chief of staff acknowledged that last fall’s campus demonstrations pushed him to raise the amount of money he proposed for next year’s CSU budget.  That pretty well tells us one of the things CSU needs: more large peaceful demonstrations for public education and services. Ultimately, it is the integrity of our position and actions rather than violence that promotes the establishment of a community which supports a long-term commitment to education and social justice.” –-Ramón Castellblanch
Chapter President

For more information, please contact Brigitte Davila at and check: