Five Most Popular DVD Videos from the Parkinsons Recovery Summit in Santa Fe

A set of the five (5) most frequently ordered individual DVDs of presentations given at the amazing Parkinsons Recovery Summit in Santa Fe is available at a 25% discount.

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The Five Most Popular DVDs From the Parkinsons Recovery Summit

Heal Your Immune System / Heal Your Parkinson’s Disease: Low Dose Naltrexone – “A Modern Wonder Drug?”
Lexie

Lexie discusses her use of LDN to treat her own Parkinson;s symptoms. LDN is an inexpensive, generic, FDA approved drug that kick-starts the body’s autoimmune system to do what it was meant to do in the first place: Keep our bodies “disease free”. Some doctors and research scientists who are familiar with the drug have hailed LDN as “the best thing since penicillin” since it has  been shown to be helpful for a multitude of chronic diseases including Parkinson’s. How can this be? LDN does not “cure” our disease – it is our own Immune System that does all the work!

Wisdom From Below: “Practically Subtle” Energy and Restorative Earthing
Randy Eady

Experience conscious design and subtle energy elements in a process called Ancient Walking to Primal Rhythms movement. The workshop uses stone-stepping, grounding technique to enhance awareness that awakens the body’s antennae: the feet. This increases neuro-modulation via endogenous biochemical amines (e.g. Dopamine & serotonin) to help energetically balance the Central nervous system.

Neuro Feedback
Jaclyn Gisburne

Jaclyn Gisburne considers Parkinsons to be a condition of extreme overwhelm of the central nervous system. She and her colleagues have identified 3 specific traumas that occur prior to the onset of symptoms of Parkinson’s and a final trauma with the delivery of the diagnosis. These traumatic events result in brain wave distortions that ensure the survival of the person until resolution can be achieved. If a resolution is not found, these distortions continue to deny access to dopamine reserves.

Movement Strategies and Applying Movement & Exercise Parkinson’s Research to Every Day Life
Kevin Lockette

The latest movement and exercise research is previewed for persons who experience Parkinson’s symptoms in a pragmatic, applicable format. Emphasis of the presentation is on helping people who experience symptoms of Parkinson’s with the improved ability to stave off motor symptoms, improve overall mobility and reduce falls.

Qigong for Parkinsons
Mingtong Gu

Master Mingtong Gu leads a Qigong workshop for persons who currently experience the symptoms of Parkinson’s and caregivers, providing the tools and training to bring a Qi approach to health and healing. Learn how Qigong connects the mind and the body to awaken mental clarity, improve body balance and movement, and sustain daily activities –functions that can be greatly impacted by Parkinson’s.

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All About the Five Presenters

Kevin Lockette

Email: Kevin@ohanapacificrehab.com

Websites:  
www.ohanapacificrehab.com      www.parkinsonsmoveit.com

Kevin has been a neurologically based physical therapist for 23 years with a special interest in Parkinson’s Disease. Kevin is certified through the LSVT BIG Program, National Parkinson Foundation- Allied Team Training for Parkinson’s (ATTP), and on the “John Argue Method”. He has written multiple books in the field of rehabilitation including, MOVE IT-AN EXERCISE & MOVEMENT GUIDE FOR PEOPLE WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE, Langdon Street Press (a division of Hillcrest Publishing Group, Inc.); 1 edition (April 6, 2009) .Kevin is the owner of Ohana Pacific Rehab Services and resides in Hawaii where he is the Vice-President of the National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) Hawaii Chapter.

Randy Eady, M.eD

Email: Footwhispering@gmail.com

Randy is a Therapist and former Professor and Course Chair @ the USAF Academy. He was awarded the Academy’s “Outstanding Behavioral Science Instructor Award” for innovative/creative treatment with behavioral approaches to trauma recovery. Randy has seven years experience with U.S. Defense Dept. positions as a trauma therapist and counselor for combat veterans with PTSD, movement and physical mobility challenge conditions (such as amputee phantom pain phenomena and Parkinson’s Disease).Randy, the Foot Whisperer, has become known for his healing craft and the care he applies to integral, energetic and spatial health through the feet. He has a true passion for people of all ages but in particular the senior who can live a more mobile life with minimal changes in daily routines, “wee ones” with exceptionality, those struggling with symptoms of neuro-degeneration and wounded warriors/disabled veterans. You’re guaranteed to leave his workshop with some very simple techniques that assist with balance and well-being and a few ‘ah ha’ moments. His message is unique and highly applicable to a general audience as well.

Marlene (Lexie) Lindstrom

Email: marlenelindstrom@aol.com

Lexie is a 64 year old woman who has enjoyed a 25 year career as an executive sales and training specialist in the high-end cosmetic industry. Unfortunately, she had to retire last year due to the high pressure nature of her job which was causing her to have problems with her Executive Functions. Her Neurologist recommended that it was time for her to quit her job. She is married with no children (unless you count 2 beloved dogs as children!) and is now enjoying her retirement by focusing on all of the ways she can be a healthy person with PD!

Jaclyn Gisburne, Ph.D.

Website: www.theconnectedself.com

Email: Jaclyn@theconnectedself.com

Jaclyn is a cofounder of Rocky Mountain NeuroAdvantage (RMNA). She has presented workshops and seminars across the country, Europe, Australia, and Hong Kong on the dynamics of pathologies in organizations and individuals. She earned her Ph.D. in 2003 from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln with an emphasis in leadership, addictions and aggressive behavior across the social domains. Part of her dissertation work indicated the efficacy of EEG neurofeedback as an intervention for problem and chronic conditions. In 2004, she took neurofeedback training and has since worked with problem youth, issues of aging, (cognitive impairments, incontinence, mobility and speech problems), as well as honing her skills in her specialty of alleviating chronic pain and trauma release. She was certified in neurofeedback training in 2006.

Master Mingtong Gu

Email: clare@chicenter.com

Website: www.chicenter.com

Master Mingtong Gu is the founder of The Chi Center located in Sonoma County, California, leading Wisdom Healing Qigong retreats, online and in-person courses, workshops, and events. He trained with Grandmasters from China and Tibet and at the largest Qigong medicine-less hospital in China. Fluent in both the Chinese and English languages, as he was raised in China and received his college education in the United States, his teachings are based in the eastern tradition and translated directly for the western audience. He is the author of the Pure Qi Online Courses and the books Wisdom Healing Qigong and Sound Healing Technologies. He was recognized as Qigong Master of the Year by the 13th World Congress on Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine. www.chicenter.com

Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.
Parkinsons Recovery
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