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Japanese right brain activity center 'Heguru' inaugurated in Kuwait
January 17, 2015, 3:15 pm
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Heguru, a unique Right Brain Activity Program from Japan, launched its first Center in the Middle East at Kuwait on 15 January, 2015.  The Founders of Heguru Hirotada Henmi and Ruiko Henmi, Chairman of Global Technology Company(GTC)  Ali Al-Zaben, Director of GTC Zaben Al-Zaben, and CEO of GTC S. Ramadoss, inaugurated the Heguru Kuwait Centre by cutting the ribbon and lighting the traditional Indian lamp.  Heguru Kuwait is a part of Global Technology Company WLL, Kuwait.  

On 16 January, Heguru Kuwait hosted a Seminar at Hotel Crowne Plaza, Farwaniya, where Heguru founders Mr. Henmi and Mrs. Henmi gave a presentation about the marvelous benefits of the program.  It was an informative presentation that revealed the power of the right brain and how it can be developed in children from a young age through this Heguru program.  The presentation was followed by a Q & A session, and the founders answered the good questions posed by the audience.

Heguru program was developed in Japan by Henmi Educational General Laboratory (HEGL) over 30 years ago.  Heguru is one of the largest right brain development school in Japan catering to pre-natal to senior high school years. It is headquartered in Tokyo, and has Centers all over Japan, and also in Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Australia, China and now in Kuwait. The objective of Heguru program is to cultivate a right brain activity in children and enable them to grow into brilliant, multi-talented persons, outstanding leaders and good human beings.

Heguru Kuwait is situated at Bldg No. 40, 1st Floor, Block 10, Amman Street, Salmiya.  Interested parents can contact the Center at: Tel: 50988765 and 22902324; Email: info@hegurukuwait.com ; and website: www.hegurukuwait.com.

 

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