Featured Speaker: Mark Johnson
Mark Johnson's book “Life As Play” chronicles his sixty-year spiritual odyssey with some of the most fascinating spiritual teachers of the last half-century.
Featured Speaker: Eileen Day McKusick
What if our bodies and health are not as static and mechanical as we’ve been taught to believe? What if we are able to play a dynamic role in shaping our overall health, and utilize our body’s natural intelligence to activate our inner radiance?
Featured Speaker: Dr. Evelyne Leone
We all strive for a vibrant, joyful life, but many factors and stressors can get in the way of that.
Featured Speaker: Dr. Emeran Mayer
Studies have shown that regions with low COVID 19 fatality rates eat large quantities of fermented foods. This is a perfect example of the gut-immune connection, and how food really is medicine!
Featured Speaker: Dr. David Calabro, DC, CCN, FICPA, CEG
Do you often forget a person’s name minutes after meeting them? Are you easily distracted? In the digital age we now live in, it can be difficult to stay focused.
Featured Speaker: Dr. Alice Fong
There are a million reasons to procrastinate things on your to-do list: anxiety, not wanting to tackle a difficult conversation, finding better more fun things to do! But whatever the reason, procrastination keeps us from moving forward and away from living our best lives.
Featured Speaker: Dr. Mimi Secor
Getting older is inevitable, but studies show that as we age we tend to gain 1-2 pounds per YEAR, which could ultimately lead to serious heart problems, high blood pressure, and diabetes.
Featured Speaker: Carol Barkes
Anger affects us not only emotionally, but mentally and physically as well.
Featured Speaker: Dr. Robert Kiltz
Are you struggling to conceive? If so, you are not alone. 1 in 8 couples has difficulty getting and staying pregnant in the US, even if they are healthy people.
Featured Speaker: Dr. Uma Naidoo
Have you ever had a food coma? You must have. That drowsy feeling and fatigue after a huge, huge meal. But did you know food can affect your brain and mental health, even if it's not a Thanksgiving feast that puts you to sleep?