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Please Remember: Educational webinars and workshops are only free to members so you always want to make sure you get your link from here or from the special emails I send out to members.


Educational Webinar – Now a workshop!

Stimulating The Vagus Nerve:  Why and How. This is a hot topic right now and quite important for many functions in the body because it connects the brain and the gut.

Date: Saturday, December 9, 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm ET/9:00 am – 12:00 pm PT

Zoom Link:  Passcode: 567154

Discussion Meeting

Where Does Our Information Come From? There’s a political/corporate agenda behind so many articles and posts we read. What does this bias do to our perspective? We need to understand the stakes these institutions have in the curating of information. This is a great topic and will include what we can do.

Date: Monday, December 18th, 8:00 pm ET/5:00 pm PT

Zoom Link:  Passcode: 499678


Educational Webinar

Fatty Liver NAFLD:  The incidence of Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease has risen significantly in recent years. The question is why. And what can we do to help clients who have this condition?

Date: Wednesday, January 10, 8:00 pm ET/5:00 pm PT

Discussion Meeting

Detachment vs Compassion: Where do you draw the line with clients as an empathetic practitioner so that you can stay detached but show the compassion clients need? And how do you protect your energy from picking up too much from a client, leaving you drained after a session? We will discuss the conundrum that we often face as practitioners.

Date: Tuesday, January 23, 8:00 pm ET/5:00 pm PT

Zoom Link: Passcode: 499678

Podcasts: Starting in January

January 7:  Bobby Azarian, neuroscientist and journalist.  Why is it that some clients can not be convinced to make changes based on who or what has influenced their beliefs? It’s all about how our brains function and Bobby will be explaining what we need to know. Plus we’ll also discuss the flaws in standard research and what is changing to create a better way of looking at information.

February 7: Jeffrey Smith, Anti-GMO activist. Scientists have now created genetically modified soil bacteria and they are ready to be used in our soils. The questions are why have they done this, what they hope to accomplish and what have they missed. Jeffrey will tell us all we need to know and what we can do.

March 7: David Cohlmeyer, organic farmer and chef. We’ll discuss the role of regenerative agriculture in creating a higher phytonutrient content and more flavor in our food. And we’ll discuss heirloom varieties, why they are superior for flavor and nutrients, and why they are in danger.

April 7: Caryl Ayearst, RHN, and Yohanna Hoehler. What do you do if you or a client is diagnosed with a rare cancer? There are few resources or sources of information. Caryl and Yohanna will share their experience. And Caryl will share what she did holistically as she went through her cancer treatment.