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Healing Hashimoto's Summit 2017

HASHI17Healing Hashimoto's Summit 2017

When you register today, you'll gain INSTANT access to the following gifts:

Event Experts

  • Titus Chiu, MS, DC, DACNB

    Titus Chiu, MS, DC, DACNB

    7 Do-It-Yourself Tips to Stop Your Anxiety

  • Ryan Monahan, FDN-P

    Ryan Monahan, FDN-P

    A Man’s Journey with Hashimoto’s

  • Shiroko Sokitch, MD

    Shiroko Sokitch, MD

    An East-West View of Hashimoto’s

  • Mickey Trescott, NTP

    Mickey Trescott, NTP

    Autoimmune Protocol Recipe Demonstrations

  • Eileen Laird

    Eileen Laird

    Being in a Healthy Partnership with Your Diet

  • Harry Massey

    Harry Massey

    Bioenergetics and Body-Field Healing

  • Angie Alt, CHC, NTC

    Angie Alt, CHC, NTC

    Conquering Your Emotions About Food

  • Caroline Stahlschmidt, MSN, FNLP, CHHC

    Caroline Stahlschmidt, MSN, FNLP, CHHC

    Core Basics for Managing Hashimoto’s

  • Holly J Bertone, CNHP, PMP

    Holly J Bertone, CNHP, PMP

    Creating a Safe Workplace

  • Jennifer Fugo, MSc, CHC

    Jennifer Fugo, MSc, CHC

    Dietary Transition Without Overwhelming Yourself

  • Lara Adler

    Lara Adler

    Establishing a Partnership with Your Environment

  • Aumatma Shah, MS, ND

    Aumatma Shah, MS, ND

    Fertility and Autoimmunity from an Ayurvedic Perspective

  • Sara DeFrancesco, ND, LAc

    Sara DeFrancesco, ND, LAc

    Finding Your True Nature (in Nature!)

  • Izabella Wentz, PharmD, FASCP

    Izabella Wentz, PharmD, FASCP

    Hashimoto’s 101 and Beyond: Root Causes and Protocols

  • Selena Moon, BSc, MA

    Selena Moon, BSc, MA

    Healing Hashimoto's Energetically

  • Jolene Brighten, ND

    Jolene Brighten, ND

    Hormones and Hashi's: Finding Balance in Motherhood

  • Rock Robbins

    Rock Robbins

    How Our Family Lives, Loves and Thrives

  • Gillian Joy Whyatt, TCHt, MNLP, MTLT, MCHt

    Gillian Joy Whyatt, TCHt, MNLP, MTLT, MCHt

    Hypnosis for Hashimoto's

  • Kate Jay, NTP, CGP

    Kate Jay, NTP, CGP

    Implementing the Autoimmune Protocol with Kids

  • Natasha Fallahi, DC

    Natasha Fallahi, DC

    KANARI in a Coalmine: A Yin Approach to Healing

  • Sachin Patel, DC

    Sachin Patel, DC

    Living Proof: Creating Health at Home

  • Andrea Nakayama, FNLP, MSN, CNC, CNE, CHHC

    Andrea Nakayama, FNLP, MSN, CNC, CNE, CHHC

    Loving Yourself First

  • Datis Kharrazian, PhD, DHSc, DC, MS, MMSc, FACN

    Datis Kharrazian, PhD, DHSc, DC, MS, MMSc, FACN

    Managing Attitude, Expectations and Family Support

  • Anthony Suau

    Anthony Suau

    Organic Rising: When Food Is Not Medicine

  • Susan Blum, MD, MPH

    Susan Blum, MD, MPH

    Patient-Centered Approach to Healing

  • Alaena Haber, MS, OTR

    Alaena Haber, MS, OTR

    Setting Up Your Healing Kitchen

  • Jenn Pike, RHN, MES, MPTS

    Jenn Pike, RHN, MES, MPTS

    Simplifying Thyroid Health

  • Sarah Ballantyne, PhD

    Sarah Ballantyne, PhD

    Take Your Healing Further with the Autoimmune Protocol

  • Meghan O’Rourke

    Meghan O’Rourke

    Talk Title: Partnership With Yourself!

  • Kim D’Eramo, DO

    Kim D’Eramo, DO

    The ABCs of MindBody

  • Marc Ryan, LAc

    Marc Ryan, LAc

    The Family That Deals Together, Heals Together

  • Mario Martinez, PsyD

    Mario Martinez, PsyD

    The Mind-Body Self

  • Sachin Patel, DC

    Sachin Patel, DC

    The Partnership Between a Patient and Physician

  • Keira L. Barr, MD

    Keira L. Barr, MD

    The Power of Movement and Exercise

  • Alana Nur, MHS

    Alana Nur, MHS

    Transformations: Patient Success Story About Healing

  • Mitch Hankins

    Mitch Hankins

    Transformative Healing from the Inside Out

  • Leah Carver

    Leah Carver

    Undoing Hashimoto’s with Self-Care

  • Magdalena Wszelaki

    Magdalena Wszelaki

    Using Hashimoto's to Gain Support from Friends and Family

  • Donna Jackson Nakazawa

    Donna Jackson Nakazawa

    Your Partnership with Friends and Family

Meet Your Hosts

Sachin Patel, DC

Sachin Patel, DC

Founder of The Living Proof Institute. Sachin was motivated to create The Living Proof Institute when he couldn’t find answers through conventional medicine. He explored functional and lifestyle medicine and it dramatically changed his life.

He has delivered hundreds of community workshops and his videos have been viewed by hundreds of thousands of people all over the world. He is an advocate for changing the healthcare paradigm and has devoted his life to the betterment of humanity.

Sachin leads by example and motivates others to take ownership over their own health. He is a passionate visionary and serves as both a teacher and a guide to help people create their best life and bring out their inner healer.

Natasha Fallahi, DC

Natasha Fallahi, DC

Fabienne Heymans

Fabienne Heymans

I arrived in NYC as a young model and actress at the age of 21. I soon began experiencing adrenal exhaustion, food allergies, head fogginess, and terrible indigestion. For the next 28 years, I tried to overcome these symptoms through education. I studied alternative medicine, including Chinese medicine, holistic nutrition, therapeutic massage, acupuncture, and energy work. My explorations eventually led to a teaching position at the Barbara Brennan School of Healing, and I taught for 9 years while also working as an Integrative Energy Healer at my own private practice in NYC. Through it all, my symptoms persisted and even became worse. Yet my lab tests were always normal! Then in 2012, I had surgery on my para-thyroid and almost died that very day. My body was simply exhausted. I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s by accident that same week –and I discovered that I had been misdiagnosed for most of my life! I like to say that day in surgery was the worst and best day of my life! Miraculously, I recovered, and slowly found my way to remission. Since then, I have dedicated my life to empowering others who struggle with Hashimoto’s and to sharing what I learned about living a productive and active life with the disorder.

Together with Pearl Thomas, I co-founded Hashimoto’s Awareness in 2014, known today as HeyHashi — a non-profit organization providing a hub of daily connections, monthly webinars and yearly summits for people with Hashimoto’s around the world who are seeking wellness in an era of epidemic autoimmunity.

Pearl Thomas

Pearl Thomas

I know what it’s like to hit bottom. From the outside my life looked perfect but the truth was things were bad. And they weren’t getting better. Physically I felt awful, emotionally I felt drained, and I had no idea why, and all in all, I was killing myself without even realizing what I was doing. It wasn’t until my Hashi diagnosis that I really looked at how I was living –and what I saw wasn’t great. Right away, I stopped going out, I stopped drinking, and I started sleeping more. The post-autoimmune diagnosis me was determined to make health a priority. The only problem? At the time, Hashimoto’s was considered a rare disease, and there wasn’t a lot of information. I didn’t let that stop me, though! I read everything I could find, and I took every recommendation to heart. That meant cutting out gluten, dairy, soy, and alcohol – which wasn’t fun or easy (especially at first) but in six weeks my levels had dropped by50% and my symptoms had disappeared. Just like that! Some might call that magic. Others commitment to health. And in six months, I was in remission! My doctor literally told me he had never seen anyone recover so quickly. And at that moment I realized that if my own doctor thought it impossible to recover that fast and I did it, other people could do it, too. That’s the big idea behind HeyHashi. We want you to have these resources and the support FOR LIFE.

I know that healing is possible, and I want to make sure it never seems impossible to you or anyone ever again.

Rock Robbins

Rock Robbins

Stacey Robbins, CHC, RYT 200

Stacey Robbins, CHC, RYT 200

Stacey Robbins is an author and speaker who inspires women to live a life filled with love, humor and truth. Her style brings a warmth and connection to her audience as she shares amazing stories, full of divine encounters -- as well as bite-sized wisdom that feeds the soul.

When Stacey isn't writing or traveling for speaking engagements, she spends her time enjoying walks on the beach, noshing on something gluten-free, or sipping champagne with her girlfriends. 

Mickey Trescott, NTP

Mickey Trescott, NTP

Mickey Trescott is the writer and photographer behind the blog Autoimmune Paleo. She holds a BA from Westmont College and is a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. After recovering from her own struggle with an autoimmune disease, she started blogging to share her story as well as recipes and resources for those on a similar path. 

Andrea Nakayama, FNLP, MSN, CNC, CNE, CHHC

Andrea Nakayama, FNLP, MSN, CNC, CNE, CHHC

Andrea Nakayama is a functional nutritionist and founder of the Functional Nutrition Alliance (formerly Replenish PDX) and Holistic Nutrition Lab.

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