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  • Connecting the Dots: The Link to Healthy Regularity & Micro-Biome

    By Jason Hunter, International School of Detoxification – Levels I & II

    Jason Hunter is a Certified Detoxification Specialist and Permaculture Designer. Through his own life experiences, he developed his own style of blending modalities, which he shares in his holistic health counseling practice. Jason uses a combination of iridology, physiological analysis, herbology and Qi Gong to guide others to bringing their own bodies back into a balanced, focused awareness. His passion is studying how physics and chemistry manipulate physiological transformation and he is driven to help others through their own journey of healing.

    TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED:
    -Tips to replenish beneficial bacteria
    -Increase nutrient absorption
    -Tips to ease constipation
    -The connection to the nervous system
    -The role of enzymes
    -Foods that commonly irritate the bowels
    -Food that commonly sooth the bowels

    Wednesday, January 23rd, 6:30-8:00pm

  • Seasonal Eating for Sustainable Health

    By Cora Ragaini, R.D.N. and Maxon Keating | Bear Valley Organics, Organic Farm and Holistic Health Center

    Cora Ragaini, RDN is a registered dietitian, certified yoga teacher, reiki practitioner, and a newbie farmer. Through her interest in wellness, she was led to Hawaii, Newport, RI, Costa Rica, and finally CA, following her passion of nutrition, mind/body connection, farming, and universal energy work. She holds a degree in nutrition from the University of CT and a 200 hr YTT from the School for Ayurveda in Newport, RI.
    Maxon Keating grew up in the vast plains of eastern South Dakota. He is a graduate of Southwest Minnesota State University with a B.S. in Environmental Science Humanity and Environment. Community health outreach and sustainable eco agriculture are passions that have taken him to Brazil, Haiti, NYC, CT and now CA. Maxon believes we’re all capable to live vibrant healthy lives with a deeper connection to oneself, others, and the natural environment.
    Cora and Maxon followed their dream to a gorgeous farm in Escondido, and helped start Bear Valley Organics, a 117 acre organic farm!

    TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED:
    -Get to know your farmer
    -What is seasonal eating
    -Benefits of seasonal eating
    -Organic food and the health of our planet
    -Dirt and why it’s good for you
    -Ayurveda to balance your body
    -Connecting to nature through farming and food
    -Farm to table recipes
    -Yoga and mindful eating tips

    Thursday, January 31st, 6:30-8:00pm

  • Gut Health 101

    By Dr. Meagan Strodel, N.D.

    Dr. Meagan Strodel, N.D., is a Naturopathic doctor at Shine Natural Medicine in Solana Beach, where she helps people of all ages and stages achieve results with their health. Dr. Strodel will present her insider tips and holistic approach on how to support healthy hormones and a healthy thyroid!

    TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED:
    -Understanding your digestive tract and how it works
    -Why your gut function is so “off,” & what you can do about it
    -How you can improve gas, bloating, indigestion…naturally!
    -Dietary ways to support gut health
    -How to utilize supplements for constipation, diarrhea, dysbiosis

    Tuesday, February 12th, 6:30-8:00pm

  • The Autism and ADHD Epidemic

    By Gabrielle Traub & Samantha Conboy, Board Certified Classical Homeopaths

    Gabrielle and Samantha, both with San Diego Homeopathy, are board certified with over 10 years of experience. They provide individualized treatments which address the root cause. Homeopathy is a safe, natural form of medicine with very few side effects.

    TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED:
    -Why the sudden increase in ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s and Sensory Processing Disorders
    -Effective tools to support treatment and prevention
    -Homeopathic remedies
    -Supplements and diet

    Thursday, February 21st, 6:30-8:00pm

Space is limited. Reserve your seat by signing up in the Vitamin Department for these free seminars.

Carlsbad Events

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  • Connecting the Dots: The Link to Healthy Regularity & Micro-Biome

    By Jason Hunter, International School of Detoxification – Levels I & II

    Jason Hunter is a Certified Detoxification Specialist and Permaculture Designer. Through his own life experiences, he developed his own style of blending modalities, which he shares in his holistic health counseling practice. Jason uses a combination of iridology, physiological analysis, herbology and Qi Gong to guide others to bringing their own bodies back into a balanced, focused awareness. His passion is studying how physics and chemistry manipulate physiological transformation and he is driven to help others through their own journey of healing.

    TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED:
    -Tips to replenish beneficial bacteria
    -Increase nutrient absorption
    -Tips to ease constipation
    -The connection to the nervous system
    -The role of enzymes
    -Foods that commonly irritate the bowels
    -Food that commonly sooth the bowels

    Wednesday, January 30th, 6:30-8:00pm

  • Seasonal Eating for Sustainable Health

    By Cora Ragaini, R.D.N. and Maxon Keating | Bear Valley Organics, Organic Farm and Holistic Health Center

    Cora Ragaini, RDN is a registered dietitian, certified yoga teacher, reiki practitioner, and a newbie farmer. Through her interest in wellness, she was led to Hawaii, Newport, RI, Costa Rica, and finally CA, following her passion of nutrition, mind/body connection, farming, and universal energy work. She holds a degree in nutrition from the University of CT and a 200 hr YTT from the School for Ayurveda in Newport, RI.
    Maxon Keating grew up in the vast plains of eastern South Dakota. He is a graduate of Southwest Minnesota State University with a B.S. in Environmental Science Humanity and Environment. Community health outreach and sustainable eco agriculture are passions that have taken him to Brazil, Haiti, NYC, CT and now CA. Maxon believes we’re all capable to live vibrant healthy lives with a deeper connection to oneself, others, and the natural environment.
    Cora and Maxon followed their dream to a gorgeous farm in Escondido, and helped start Bear Valley Organics, a 117 acre organic farm!

    TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED:
    -Get to know your farmer
    -What is seasonal eating
    -Benefits of seasonal eating
    -Organic food and the health of our planet
    -Dirt and why it’s good for you
    -Ayurveda to balance your body
    -Connecting to nature through farming and food
    -Farm to table recipes
    -Yoga and mindful eating tips

    Tuesday, February 5th, 6:30-8:00pm

Space is limited. Reserve your seat by signing up in the Vitamin Department for these free seminars.

Escondido Events

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  • The Autism and ADHD Epidemic

    By Gabrielle Traub & Samantha Conboy, Board Certified Classical Homeopaths

    Gabrielle and Samantha, both with San Diego Homeopathy, are board certified with over 10 years of experience. They provide individualized treatments which address the root cause. Homeopathy is a safe, natural form of medicine with very few side effects.

    TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED:
    -Why the sudden increase in ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s and Sensory Processing Disorders
    -Effective tools to support treatment and prevention
    -Homeopathic remedies
    -Supplements and diet

    Thursday, February 7th, 6:30-8:00pm

  • Seasonal Eating for Sustainable Health

    By Cora Ragaini, R.D.N. and Maxon Keating | Bear Valley Organics, Organic Farm and Holistic Health Center

    Cora Ragaini, RDN is a registered dietitian, certified yoga teacher, reiki practitioner, and a newbie farmer. Through her interest in wellness, she was led to Hawaii, Newport, RI, Costa Rica, and finally CA, following her passion of nutrition, mind/body connection, farming, and universal energy work. She holds a degree in nutrition from the University of CT and a 200 hr YTT from the School for Ayurveda in Newport, RI.
    Maxon Keating grew up in the vast plains of eastern South Dakota. He is a graduate of Southwest Minnesota State University with a B.S. in Environmental Science Humanity and Environment. Community health outreach and sustainable eco agriculture are passions that have taken him to Brazil, Haiti, NYC, CT and now CA. Maxon believes we’re all capable to live vibrant healthy lives with a deeper connection to oneself, others, and the natural environment.
    Cora and Maxon followed their dream to a gorgeous farm in Escondido, and helped start Bear Valley Organics, a 117 acre organic farm!

    TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED:
    -Get to know your farmer
    -What is seasonal eating
    -Benefits of seasonal eating
    -Organic food and the health of our planet
    -Dirt and why it’s good for you
    -Ayurveda to balance your body
    -Connecting to nature through farming and food
    -Farm to table recipes
    -Yoga and mindful eating tips

    Tuesday, February 19th, 6:30-8:00pm

Space is limited. Reserve your seat by signing up in the Vitamin Department for these free seminars.

4S Ranch Events

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  • More Lectures to Come, Check Back Soon!

Space is limited. Reserve your seat by signing up in the Vitamin Department for these free seminars.

Horton Plaza Events

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  • The Autism and ADHD Epidemic

    By Gabrielle Traub & Samantha Conboy, Board Certified Classical Homeopaths

    Gabrielle and Samantha, both with San Diego Homeopathy, are board certified with over 10 years of experience. They provide individualized treatments which address the root cause. Homeopathy is a safe, natural form of medicine with very few side effects.

    TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED:
    -Why the sudden increase in ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s and Sensory Processing Disorders
    -Effective tools to support treatment and prevention
    -Homeopathic remedies
    -Supplements and diet

    Tuesday, February 26th, 6:30-8:00pm

Space is limited. Reserve your seat by signing up in the Vitamin Department for these free seminars.