is a three-part project for health and healing guided by science, medical, and natural health experts that is accessible to people of all financial means who seek support in natural healing strategies.
Our team of professionals have expertise in areas ranging from chronic illness, cancer, Lyme disease, gut health issues, and autoimmune diseases, to sleep disorders, addiction, and mood disorders.
What makes this work unique is our mission to honor the legacy of our namesake, Weston A. Price: collaborating with indigenous communities around the world to showcase natural health and healing approaches for today's health challenges.
This story begins with Karen, a client shared by Dr. Judy Mikovits and Heather Dane. Karen was just diagnosed with cancer. Single, in her early fifties, and with little-to-no savings, she was not sure how to proceed.
We brought her into our program, one that was started by Dr. Judy Mikovits and Dr. Frank Ruscetti, two well-respected immunologists from the National Cancer Institute. They began consulting with patients diagnosed with challenging health conditions for free, as they gathered data for their natural healing protocols. Nutritionist Heather Dane joined them. Together, they attended Karen’s oncology appointments, reviewed her test results, talked to her doctors and strategized about next steps.
To prime the body for health and healing, even if a medical intervention like chemotherapy or radiation are needed. Protocols are tailored and involve regulating the immune system and strengthening the body with natural foods, supplements and lifestyle habits.
There were some unexpected benefits. Karen, and countless other patients like her who found their way into this program, experienced an incredibly healing side effect: they felt surrounded by a family of practitioners who had their back. No one asked for money. Natural products were often given free or at wholesale prices. Karen, echoing the statements of other patients, said that half of her success in going through her treatment was this feeling of support and “family.”
Because of her experience, she began to support others on their healing journey. Each person in the program, in fact, began to pay this support forward.
It was during this time that Louise Hay passed away. In the days following her death, Heather Dane tells us she began watching Louise’s old videos. The one that caught her attention was the documentary, Doors Opening.
Having heard Louise speak about the Hayrides and her early work in AIDS, and attending Louise’s Hayride reunion, Heather told us that this film was particularly touching to revisit.
“Within the first week of Louise passing, I found myself waking up in the middle of the night for two nights in a row with the word “Well” running through my head.
In my dream, the word Well was surrounded by words like: I am; you are; we are; and Louise’s “All is Well.”
I saw well-ness and well-being. This word was not new to me. It was the word I heard every patient use when they felt ill or received a diagnosis: “I just want to be well.”
"At the end of 2017, I went to the Price-Pottenger Nutrition Foundation to share my vision. With their long-standing mission of helping people heal, along with their admiration of Louise’s legacy, they joined in the vision and we agreed to create these programs together.
We have a three-part project that is designed to capture people’s minds and hearts, inspiring them to heal and, more importantly, to support them on their journey to being well. At the same time, indigenous populations are already reaching out to me, confirming the need for this work as their communities experience physical and mental/emotional illness at rates sometimes exceeding three times those of the general population.
In 2018, we are dedicating our efforts, programming and relationships with top medical and natural health professionals to create innovative healing projects, indigenous medicine wisdom, and a trusted family of qualified professionals to support people in achieving wellness.”
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We created this program based with the vision of everyone getting well together by providing a family-like support and education program for anyone who has been diagnosed with an illness or disorder and does not know where to turn.
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with:
An all-natural approach to healing, or a way to stay well as they are going through a medical treatment that could be damaging to their health (e.g., chemotherapy for cancer).
Experts who understand your situation and are here to guide you toward natural health options.
A like-minded group of people who will share the journey to getting and staying well.
A community to share information on healing options, health remedies, food as medicine, supportive lifestyle habits, and other tips and techniques that have shown efficacy.
Our approach is based on a model of support that Dr. Judy Mikovits, Dr. Frank Ruscetti, and Heather Dane have been using with patients in the San Diego community and beyond.
Class curriculum is casual, about 1-3 hours maximum in length and includes: How to navigate a medical diagnosis (offered by MDs and immunologists), nutritional solutions, how to choose and use natural foods, supplements, and products, how to cook healing foods, kitchen remedies/elixirs, using medical cannabis for healing, natural immune regulating foods, water quality, natural detoxification strategies, how to stay strong and healthy during chemotherapy or radiation, clinical case studies, Q&A, and more.
Instructors will include natural-minded MDs, PhDs, functional medicine practitioners, naturopaths, nutritionists, and indigenous healers.
Find out about the experts in our upcoming sessions here.
The program gatherings will be held online for our worldwide community members and in-person in the greater San Diego, California area for members who are local.
Tickets are available on a sliding scale, so that everyone can attend, regardless of financial means.
Studies show that just sharing a trauma with others increases the ability to heal by 35%. Additional studies have found that community and relationships matter when it comes to health and healing.
An 80-Year Harvard Study Found:
In Okinawa, one of the Blue Zones, where people live longer and healthier than other areas of the world, there’s a concept of moai (pronounced Mo-Eye). These are small groups or communities who are trusted supporters who have one another’s backs through good times and bad. These moais are believed to be a key contributor for their health and longevity.
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