Omorfi Zoi (Beautiful life) is a Greek website dealing with self-improvement, health and issues of social sensitivity.
In Omorfi zoi (Beautiful life) we are devoted in informing people about the various ways to improve their life.
After seven years of constant and consistent presence in Greece, we are the leading website in the promotion of events dealing with issues of wellness, personal evolution and social action.
Our love for constant evolution and our inner drive to communicate our passion for a better life for modern man has led us to our new website RecreationGreece. It is addressed to ‘citizens of the world’ offering people who live abroad the opportunity to attend workshops in Greece, the place that gave birth to modern medicine, by well-known Greek scientists and healers.
Take part in our workshops and:
Experience Greek hospitality
Enjoy the unparalleled natural beauty of Ancient Epidaurus and the surrounding area of Argolida, the place where the first healing centers of the western world were created, get the vibes and feel rejuvenated and replenished through a complete experience of the world-famous Greek hospitality. Our events include:
Live a unique experience of knowledge and relaxation, meet new friends and enjoy life at its best!
I am a psychologist, specializing in family psychotherapy and pain management.
My passion is to go hand in hand with other people and discover the wisdom, love and power we already have within us, the ways to be happy and creative.
A Technocrat and IT expert, in 2007 I started to be interested in self-awareness and self-improvement.
In 2011 we moved with my wife Georgia to our paradise, a garden house by the sea.
Now I am typing, walking, meditating and cultivating with natural methods.
Dr. Alexandros Tilikidis, born in 1966 in Athens, Greece graduated from the medical university of Patras, Greece in 1991. As a western medical doctor he received the medical specialty of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 2001. He started his studies on acupuncture in 1994 in Athens, Greece. In 1996 he studied in TIANJIN UNIVERSITY of TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE Basic Theory of TCM, Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine with Professors Liu Gongwang and Zhong Qiangwei.
Since 1997 he practices Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine in Athens, also he teaches the Basic Theory of TCM, Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. In 2004 he established a private school in Athens (AKADIMIA of ANCIENT GREEK & TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE) in order to spread and promote Traditional Chinese Medicine and to unite TCM with Ancient Greek Medicine. He has published the following books: The Basic Theory of TCM (1999), Chinese Herbal Medicine – Herbs and Prescriptions (2011), Greek Acupuncture, meridians and points according to Hippocrates (2013 in Greek and English) and the Basic Theory of Ancient Greek Medicine (2014).
Constantinos Grivas was born in 1965 in Athens, Greece. He graduated from the Agricultural University of Athens and completed his MSc in the Department of Botany, on the use of medicinal plants in Mount Athos. Fascinated by the Asian medical traditions he took the 3 year therapist degree from the Akadimia of Ancient Greek and Traditional Chinese Medicine, studying acupuncture, herbalism and massage techniques (Tuina, Shiatsu, Thai Massage etc.). He also studied Tibetan Medicine and Kunye (Tibetan Massage Therapy) with Tsering Tsamchoe (General Secretary of Central Council of Tibetan Medicine) and Aldo Oneto (International Shang Shung Institute for the study and preservation of Tibetan heritage and culture), as well as various other therapeutic methods. He still follows specialized seminars by Chinese, Korean, European or American professors and practitioners of holistic medical systems. Since 2009 he gives regular lectures on the Greek and Chinese herbs, the history and theory of Ancient Greek Medicine, Acupuncture and other treatments, in the Akadimia of Ancient Greek and Traditional Chinese Medicine. He authored a book on Greek herbs and another one on the history of Ancient Greek Medicine, which are used as tools by the students of the corresponding classes. His intense interest on the history of medicine and especially the Ancient Greek one, was expressed with the presentation of several research subjects in conferences for the history of medicine:
Ecology is yet another area that attracted his scientific interests. He is working systematically on environmental studies and particularly the implementation of this knowledge on the management of wildlife and protected areas, as well as man-made ecosystems. Except of various scientific papers, he authored a book titled Agricultural Good Practice Guide (published by the Natural History Museum of Crete-University of Crete, 2006), which was used as a textbook by the Department of Agriculture of the Technological Educational Institute of Crete.
His practice in Japanese and Chinese martial arts, breathing and meditation techniques started back in 1983, when he was a first-year university student. The long and deep engagement with the history, practice and theory of the martial arts, gave him the opportunity to cross paths with teachers that had a profound understanding, both on the practical application, as well as on the philosophical aspect of these arts. He is still actively involved in the teaching of martial arts and very recently he published a paper on The influence of Japanese Budo in the West (collective volume Modern Cultural Perspectives: Japanese Influences, ed. C. Konstantopoulou, Papazisi, 2017).
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