Join us on Saturday, July 22 to learn from experts in the Natural Health field.
The Natural Health Society’s annual seminar for 2023 will be held at Sydney Mechanic’s School of Arts near Town Hall in Sydney. We have collected together a group of experts in Natural Health to inspire and inform us on the day. The day will also be the official launch event of our Health Advisory Panel.
Dr Gavin Levy, NSW Ambassador for Doctors For Nutrition will provide our keynote address, Nutritional Information I Did Not Learn at Medical School Which Could Possibly Save Your Life. There will be a panel discussion on The Future of Natural Health and we will have presentations by Dr Greg Fitzgerald, Preventing Alzheimer’s and Premature Dementia- What You Need to Know! Between presentations, we will serve a vegan lunch.
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More about our speakers…
Dr Gavin Levy is the NSW ambassador for Doctors For Nutrition, his specialty is orthopedics. Prior to undertaking medicine, he worked as a physiotherapist and played tennis at an international level. Gavin has a strong interest in plant-based nutrition and the role of wholefood plant-based nutrition in both the prevention and reversal of disease. Having encountered a huge array of preventable diseases in his work, Gavin is passionate about educating others on the importance of plant-based nutrition and other lifestyle factors in achieving optimal health outcomes.
Dr Greg Fitzgerald has been the Principal at the Health For Life Centre since 1983. Greg has presented at National and International forums including; the Australian Osteopathic Association’s Annual Conference and the American National Health Association’s Annual Conference. As part of his mission to educate, Greg has conducted many seminars and health programs, for professionals and the public alike.
Roger French has committed his life to the promotion of the principles of Natural Health. Roger is the Patron of the Natural Health Society and spent decades as our Health Director. Roger authored the Society’s complete guide to natural health – How a Man Lived in Three Centuries.
Ally Sanchez is a long-term Natural Health Society member, Herbalist and Nutritionist with close to 20 years of clinical experience. Ally is a cancer survivor and has a deep knowledge of herbal therapeutics, juicing and fasting therapy.
Candace Coughlan is a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Digestive Health Specialist, Culinary Nutrition Expert, Instructor and Wellness Advocate. Candace coaches individuals on their health goals, leads online group programs, gives wellness workshops to individuals, corporations and organisations, teaches online and in-person culinary nutrition cooking classes as well as runs wellness days and retreats both locally and internationally.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Saturday, July 22. 10.30 – 3.30 pm
Tickets $65 members / $69 non-members available here or via our office on 0432 396 701 .
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