Sedona Women’s Healing Immersion

“The doctor of the future will no longer treat the human frame with drugs, but rather will cure and prevent disease with nutrition” ~ Thomas Edison

December 5 – 8, 2019

What if your lifestyle became your medicine?

Are you confused & frustrated by the amount of conflicting information regarding chronic illness?

Are you tired of treating symptoms, rather than the underlying causes of your health challenges?

Do you feel powerless to create real change in your health?

Infectious disease specialist, internist and lifestyle medicine specialist., Dr. Saray Stancic, will share her own journey out of the healthcare maze into a sustained recovery from Multiple Sclerosis through a set of simple, practical changes in her lifestyle.

The Sedona Women’s Healing Immersion will provide you with inspiring instruction from an array of evidence based medical, nutritional and mindfulness practices that will support in bringing order to your auto immune disorder.

Your registration includes the program, room, nine delicious meals and a copy of Dr. Stancic’s documentary Code Blue: Redefining the practice of medicine.

Shared: $997, Private: $1,177

Register for Sedona Women’s Healing Immersion

Who will guide you on your journey:

Saray Stancic, M.D. is triple board certified in Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases, and Lifestyle Medicine. In 2018, she was appointed Chief Medical Officer for WellStart Health, a digital, team-based intensive lifestyle change program. She seeks to spread the power of Lifestyle Medicine on a global scale, and bring needed change to how we train physicians. She is the Executive Producer of the documentary film, code blue: redefining the practice of medicine.

Ilchibuko Todd, Senior Master Trainer, has spent over a decade mastering Universal Qi energy and led numerous personal transformation workshops and spiritual ceremonies designed to awaken the healing power within. Her mission is to share the ancient spiritual prescription of mindfulness, meditation and movement as healing modalities that, when used in conjunction with lifestyle medicine can produce a sense of peace and healing in difficult circumstances.

Dr Tala Dajani, is a triple board certified pediatric endocrinologist and an associate professor at A.T. Still University in Phoenix, AZ. Dr. Dajani will share has surmounted her personal battle with MS by changing to a Whole Food Plant Based diet, practicing yoga, meditating and micro dose exercise.

Dr. Diana Mendoza is Board Certified as a Naturopathic physician licensed in the state of Arizona, where she is a partner at a local medical clinic located in Mesa, AZ. She believes in the power of the human body to heal and rejuvenate itself, utilizing Integrative medicine to its fullest.

Michelle Boyer, PA-C is one of Northern Arizona’s providers skilled in the comprehensive management of chronic pain. Michelle has more than 17 years combined experience in pain medicine, neurological care and spine care. She is a pioneer in LED Light Therapy, Low-level light wavelengths which activate natural healing processes, helping the body heal itself.

Linda Yoonjin, is a Mindful Neuroplasticity educator and gives lectures around the U.S. to health professionals about practical sustainable brain flexibility using a combination of exercise and meditation.

You will get practical instruction to address these symptoms

    • Inflammation: the power of plant based eating
    • Insomnia and chronic fatigue: restorative sleep and energizing exercise
    • Joint, Muscle and Overall Pain: cutting edge pain management beyond drugs
    • Depression: Mindful Self Compassion and Creative Expression
    • Brain Fog: increasing mental acuity through mindful nueroplasticity