5 People Who Can Assist You On Your Healing Journey
Last week I condensed Day 1 of the 2019 IIN Transform Health Conference.
Here are the speakers from Day 2, along with links to do your own personal research project :-P
Describes herself as more of a mystic than an MD. Working with patients who experience spontaneous remissions https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spontaneous_remission led her to a much more adventurous and holistic study of healing than is the norm. She travels all over the world to experience medicine from healers of different cultures. As a result of these experiences she emphasizes emotional, psychological & spiritual healing. On Sunday she also talked about Internal Family Systems , and how it can be used to treat trauma and sickness. Main fascinating takeaways included that life is a process of learning what we can and can’t control, that some things in life want to remain a mystery, and that the more we can make peace with our own conflicting internal parts the more joy and good health we will experience as a result.
Books to check out: Daily Flame, Anatomy of a Calling, The Fear Cure, Mind Over Medicine
Founder of Mama Glow, is dedicated to transforming our modern healthcare system for women & babies. Mama Glow is her response to the fact that the infant mortality rate for all US women is much higher compared to other developed countries, and especially effects US women of color. Mama Glow trains dulas and assists women to reclaim the ritual of childbirth and fully glean the wisdom and benefits that come with it.
Pilar came back & introduced us to ultradian rhythms. She explained the importance of taking 20 minute breaks throughout the day in order to balance out the fatigue and stress of being productive. This simulates the cyclical and wave like patterns that occur in nature and allows our bodies to self regulate and avoid burnout.
Recommended reading: The 20 Minute Break by Ernest Rossi
Brilliant Inventor of the intenSati Method
Our language creates our identity, and identity drives our behavior.
Books: Always Hungry, Always Delicious, FS2 Study
A concise and convincing speaker for the more science-minded among us.
He debunks the calorie in-calorie out model of weight loss dieting and explains what he calls the Carbohydrate-Insulin Model of Obesity. His clinical studies disprove the myth that all calories are created equal and shows how different macronutrients of identical caloric content have drastically different impacts on the body when it comes to weight gain, weight loss & weight maintenance.
Naomi Perryman is a Personal Chef and Health Coach in Austin, TX. She’s learned a lot over the years from people & places including The Natural Epicurean Academy of Culinary Arts (Vegan & Macrobiotic cooking school), The Institute for Integrative Nutrition (holistic health coaching), and Hands of the Earth Farm. Like the folks at Prep to Your Door, she believes that connecting busy people with local food unlocks the power of whole foods to help us feel better, have more energy, and engage more deeply with our lives and the larger world around us.