Van Gogh Alive: The Experience in Alicante Van Gogh Alive: The Experience in Alicante The exhibition “Van Gogh Alive – The Experience” will take place in Alicante from 13 September to 16 December 2018. Whilst on tour this has been the most visited multimedia and multisensory exhibition in the world and it can now be enjoyed in Alicante. Created by the Australian company “Grande Exhibitions”, the experience combines 3,000 images in movement, light and music in a unique and unforgettable approach to the work and personality of the great genius of painting. After its Spanish premiere in Seville, the Lonja del Pescado de Alicante is the second stop on the Spanish tour of ‘Van Gogh Alive – The Experience’, organized by Nomad Art, which so far has visited more than 80 cities around the world attracting more than five million people through its doors. The experience combines 3,000 images in movement, light and music To ensure an enjoyable visit for all people, access to the exhibition is organised in one-hour slots. When buying tickets, you must select the day and time that you want to visit the exhibition. In times of high public attendance (Saturdays, Sundays and holidays) queues can produce an estimated waiting time of 35-45 minutes. The exhibition is suitable for all audiences, adults and children alike, who will wander through the galleries, exploring hidden corners, observing works of art and discovering unique perspectives. You are sure to find the experience a great deal of fun, educational and full of charm. Visits on weekdays will enjoy a discount on the price. There will also be discounted prices for children, students, people with disabilities, people over 65 and the unemployed.
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What's up with cupping? Doctors explain pros and cons What's up with cupping? Doctors explain pros and cons LAS VEGAS - An alternative treatment to stimulating the flow of energy made headlines after Olympic champion swimmer Michael Phelps was seen with marks on his body while competing in Rio de Janiero. Cupping is an ancient practice of therapy in which heated glass cups are applied to the skin along the meridians of the body, creating suction as a way of stimulating the flow of energy. Some people swear by it, but does it work and is it safe? Well, that answer depends on who you ask. The I-Team's Vanessa Murphy looked into cupping by checking out Legacy Oriental Medical Center. Cupping is a regular practice at the facility. "They feel wow; I feel loosened up now," said Huiwen Zhang, an Oriental Medical Doctor. "It's not as tight as it was before." Zhang says she treats patients with cupping to improve circulation and help chronic conditions such as arthritis. "Some people like it, and some people don't like it because they don't like the mark it leaves," Zhang said. Cupping leaves large circular marks similar to a hickey on the person's body. Phelps says he turned to cupping for muscle soreness and pain, and he recently won the gold medal for swimming at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
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