All talks are held at our new facility, 7:30-8:30 pm
111 Knox Way, Suite 110, Chapel Hill, NC 27517
RSVP (919) 945-0300
Watch here for our Spring 2018 Seminar schedule!
Thursday, August 31, 7:30 pm Mark Nathaniel Mead, MSc
Are you Doing Everything You Can to Beat Cancer?
Tapping into the Power of Non-Toxic Therapies and Self-Care Strategies
This talk will focus on new insights into the use of diet and supplements for improving your chances of survival. We will also address the value of tailoring your exercise and stress management to bolster treatment outcomes and longevity. Finally, we will touch on innovative non-toxic therapies that can further enhance your chances of long-term remission.
Thursday, Sept 7, 7:30 pm Mark Nathaniel Mead, MSc
Are you Doing Everything You Can to Prevent a Relapse?
Using Nutrition and Natural Medicines to Support Your Remission and Longevity
This talk will address some of the key issues that increase one’s risk of a relapse or the progression of one’s cancer. We will focus on everything from diet to emotions, and reviews some of the cutting-edge strategies that can help you prevent a relapse over the long term.
Wednesday, September 27, 7:30 pm Michael Sharp, MD
Trauma Resolution: Healing the Roots of Illness
Understanding and addressing the impact of trauma on health
Wednesday, October 18, 7:30 pm Michael Sharp, MD
Plum Spring Clinic Wellness programs:
Treating the roots of illness to create well-being
Come hear Dr. Michael Sharp discuss the holistic care model on which our individualized wellness programs are built. We follow illness symptoms back to their roots in the breakdown of normal functioning, and heal those breakdowns with the holistic and compassionate surround of nutrition, stress resilience training, trauma resolution, health coaching and medical oversight to create lasting well-being.
Thursday, November 9, 7:30 pm Nate Kelly, RD
Autoimmune Disease: The Holistic View
Beyond fads and elimination diets: Nate Kelly, Plum Spring Clinic’s Registered Dietician, will explore the causes and risk factors for auto-immune disease along with the evidence-base for dietary, nutriceutical, and life-style based approaches to quality of life by improving symptoms associated with auto-immune diseases.
Wednesday, November 29, 7:30 pm Kathleen Williams, Integrative Health Coach
Stress Resilience: Cultivating Compassion for Ourselves
Rewiring the chronically stressed nervous system for calm and healing
When our nervous system is ‘stuck’ in stress reactivity, as is the sadly common result of today’s super-pressured lifestyles, our body is not able to access the resources it needs to heal, rest and restore. Its systems become impaired over time, and illness results. Learn how self-compassion is a key element of rewiring the stress setting of the nervous system. This talk will include a guided practice of self-compassion.