At this year’s Nutrition and Health Conference in Dallas TX, from May 4th through 7th, you’ll not only learn the most current, evidence-based ideas, practices and advice for healthy eating and food as medicine; you’ll also get to watch master-foodie and integrative health pioneer Andy Weil whip up some of his favorite healthful-yet-savory delights.

You’ll certainly hear some of the most cutting edge thinking and expertise that’s out there.  Andrew Weil, Kathie Swift, Victoria Maizes, Justin Sonnenberg, Fredi Kronenberg, Stephen Rimm, Hillary McLafferty, Randy Horwitz and more experts I can name are speaking, engaged interactive panels, case presentations, demos.  This is wonderful learning in an engaged, exciting, lively atmosphere.  Needless to say, the foodstuffs and collegial company are fabulous.

I’m looking forward to presenting on the impact of guided imagery on diabetes.  

On another happy note, Emmett Miller will be hosting his Spirit In Action retreat  on March 28-30, 2014  at Esalen Institute in Big Sur, CA.  If you want to learn more, go to our events page and check it out. 

There’s a new special offer from the Academy for Guided Imagery for training in Interactive Guided Imagery.  Click here to learn more.

Of course, the new issue of Imaginews Journal is out, the excellent publication of Guided Imagery International, filled with articles and practice tips, personal stories and general inspiration for your work with guided imagery.  You can find it here.

And don’t forget, our salute to social workers continues through the end of the month, with 15% off our Caregiver Self-Care Set and nearly everything else, too.

Take care and be well.
All best,