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60th Anniversary Webinar Series 2 from 29th September to 3rd November 2020

September 29 @ 19:30 - November 3 @ 20:30

$49

Our next Webinar series is being launched on

60th Anniversary of the Natural Health Society 29th September 2020.

There is a one off cost of $49 to attend and/or watch the recordings of all 6 webinars…

We have some excellent speakers:

    Dr Alan Goldhamer, DC, is the founder of TrueNorth Health Centre in California USA, a state-of-the-art facility that provides medical and chiropractic services, psychotherapy and counselling, as well body work. He is also director of the Centre’s ground-breaking residential health education program. Alan trained under the famous late Dr Alec Burton.

Articulate, inspiring and energetic, Dr Goldhamer is one of the pioneering and dedicated visionaries in health today. An outspoken professional who doesn’t shy away from a spirited debate, he is deeply committed to helping people who are stuck in self-destructive cycles reclaim their ability to change their lives.

Dr Goldhamer has supervised the fasts of thousands of patients. Under his guidance, the Centre has become the premier training facility for doctors wishing to gain certification in the supervision of therapeutic fasting. No one in the world knows the topic of fasting better than Alan! 

    Dr Greg Fitzgerald is a dual-registered Osteopath and Chiropractor, and a 3-year trained Naturopath. Greg also trained under Dr Alec Burton and has run the Health for Life Centre in southern Sydney since 1984 with his wife Dawn.

Greg is, like Dr Alan Goldhamer, an outspoken professional who is dedicated to spreading the real truth about health and disease. He speaks at the American National Health Association’s Annual Conferences in Cleveland, Ohio, each year, alongside Alan and other world leaders in health, nutrition and Natural Hygiene. He also is the regular columnist for the quarterly publication of the Natural Health Society of Australia, True Natural Health.

    Roger French is a qualified health educator, and has been Health Director for 37 years and editor of the Society’s magazine, True Natural Health. Roger joined the Society in January 1968, having been sick and tired of being constantly tired and sick, and has never looked back. 

He is the author of How a Man Lived in Three Centuries – The complete guide to Natural Health. This book spells out the essence of what the Society has learned in the 60 years since its foundation.

In Australia it is widely believed that by the time we reach around 50 years of age, we are ‘over the hill’ and it’s downhill into degenerative disease and early ageing. This presentation will interest any person who wants to avoid heart disease, stroke, arthritis, rheumatism, cancer or other illnesses – and, in particular, enjoy high quality of life. There is a golden rule:   It’s not what we do 5% of the time that governs our health; it’s what we do 95% of the time that counts…

    Dr Gavin Levy graduated in Medicine from Notre Dame University in Sydney and is presently studying to be an Orthopaedic Surgeon. Gav has also been chosen as NSW Ambassador for the organisation, Doctors For Nutrition.

He will speak with Emily Levy, his wife, herself an Accredited Practising Dietician and Nutritionist from Wollongong University, and daughter of Greg and Dawn Fitzgerald.

Both Gav and Emily, committed vegans, are dedicated and committed to spreading the truth about nutrition and optimum health. This will be a fantastic lecture from two highly qualified professionals.  

    Abby Rees, Director of PunkPD, is a self-confessed ‘Education Junkie’, University Lecturer, Education and Empowerment Writer, Behaviour and Change Specialist, Executive Meta-Coach and artistic thinker.   As specialists in human emotion, cognition and behaviour, PunkPD works in partnership with individuals, teams and organisations to design and deliver bespoke personal and professional development to transform potential into living capability.

Abby Rees will take us on a high-energy discussion designed to challenge many socially accepted perspectives. She will weave a rich narrative from broad topics including consciousness, intentionality, time, wellbeing, cultural norms, habits, unconscious lexicons and energy and provide key strategies to enhance and enrich our own intentionality.

    Melissa Kovacevic helps people transform their relationship with food and their body. She does this through a unique approach of functional nutrition and EFT Tapping (Emotional Freedom Techniques). Tapping is a combination of ancient Chinese acupressure and modern psychology. It can help to reduce stress, stop self-sabotage and release limiting beliefs. 

Combining tapping and functional nutrition has been Melissa’s winning formula to help people break free from the diet cycle, cultivate a positive relationship with food and achieve their weight loss goals long term. During the webinar, Melissa will explain how EFT Tapping works, demonstrate the tapping points and give all members the opportunity to participate and experience tapping first-hand.

Tuesday, 29 September 7.30pm  Abby Rees from Punk PD – The Art and Science of Becoming Intentional 
Tuesday, 6 October 7.30pm  Melissa Kovacevic, Functional Health, Canberra – How EFT Tapping Works to Help You With Your Wellness Goals 
Tuesday, 13 October 7.30pm  Roger French, Natural Health Society of Australia – Achieving Robust Health – It’s Easier Than It Sounds 
Tuesday, 20 October 7.30pm Dr Gavin Levy, NSW Ambassador, Doctors for Nutrition – As a Doctor, Why I Choose To Go Plant-Based 
Tuesday, 27 October 7.30pm Dr Greg Fitzgerald (Allied Health), Health for Life – Pan(ic)demic – Lessons From COVID-19 
Tuesday, 3 November 12.30pm  Dr Alan Goldhamer, True North Health Centre, California, USA – Can Fasting Save Your Life? 

Bookings are ESSENTIAL…

    Or Call

NHS Office 0432 396 701 (office hours)

Details

Start:
September 29 @ 19:30
End:
November 3 @ 20:30
Cost:
$49

Organizer

Natural Health Office
Phone:
0432 396 701
Email:
admin@health.org.au
Website:
www.health.org.au