Classes at Hidden Springs with Dr. Rod Newton DC and Dr. Bonnie Nedrow
We all know we are exposed to unprecedented levels of toxicity. Do you know what those toxins
are doing to your body, your brain and your health? More importantly, do you know
how to get rid of them safely and effectively? Do you want to hear about a detox
program where you eat plenty of healthy food while you cleanse? Are you interested
in learning how to support the whole family in a metabolic detoxification? Read
our article, Seasonal Detoxification for Year Round Heath printed in the Sentient
Time Magazine Aug/Sep 2008 and shown in full in the health library of this web site.
Then come and find out more from Dr. Rod Newton DC and Dr. Bonnie Nedrow ND on Wednesday April 15th from 6:30-9pm or Monday April 20th from 6:30-9pm. Cost $15.
Following the introduction, join us the next four Wednesday nights or Monday nights for our Detox Together class, where we supervise you setting up and implementing
a 3 week fall cleanse for yourself. Rod and Bonnie are passionate about the importance
of getting your toxins out and strongly believe everyone should do a deep cleansing
detoxification at least once a year. Cost $120
Why do so many Ashland parents opt their children out from the 11 recommended standard childhood immunizations? The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) was concerned enough to send federal representatives here on January 10 to host a public forum.
"I was out of town and regrettably missed the event, but I have talked to parents who attended the CDC forum who still have many unanswered questions" said local naturopathic physician Kate Naumes.
As part of their Four Seasons Wellness Program, Dr. Bonnie Nedrow, ND and Dr. Kate Naumes, ND are hosting a presentation on the subject, Wednesday March 11, 6:30 — 8:30 p.m. at Hidden Springs, located behind the Daily Tidings.
"I have been working with parents for years to help them become more informed about the risks of vaccine preventable diseases, other ways to help improve immunity and the potential problems associated with vaccinating their children. As a physician, I feel uncomfortable when parents make a choice to either exempt from vaccines or choose to vaccinate simply because they are afraid and have not made an informed choice" said Ashland naturopath Bonnie Nedrow.
The debate over the relative benefits and risks of immunizations is a hot topic in Ashland. According to Jackson County health department statistics, across Oregon, 3.7 percent of kindergartners had exemptions during 2007, while 28.1 percent of Ashland kindergartners were exempt.
Julie Freed, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, chose to inform herself about the pros and cons of vaccinations. After extensive research she chose to wait until her daughter was 6 years old to receive the tetanus vaccination.
"I feel strongly that parents need to know that they have a choice with the schedule and number of vaccinations recommended. I am not against all vaccinations, what I am against is being told that I do not have a choice in the health care of my child. It is so important to take the time to educate ourselves on both sides of the issue and make an informed decision."
"Dr. Nedrow and I would like to talk about the pros, the cons, and the unknowns rather than taking a firm position ourselves on this issue. We want to open up a community discussion so that parents can hear other parent's concerns. I believe that it is important to consider each child as a unique individual. When I see patients in my office, I help parents make educated and empowered decisions regarding vaccinations" Naumes said.
Naumes and Nedrow plan to go over preparations, dosing schedule, contraindications, and adverse reactions to vaccines included in the recommended childhood immunization schedule. They will also talk about naturopathic immune support and recommendations for alternative scheduling of vaccinations that may provide healthy options for families.
The cost of the presentation is $15, $5 for additional family members, and children under ten are free. Babysitting is available for a fee. Seating is limited. Call Hidden Springs at 488-8858 to reserve a seat.
Do you wake
up tired and unmotivated? Are concerned about aging or about degenerative disease
and want to feel great for decades to come. Have you put on an extra few pounds
each year that is starting to add up? Are you concerned about how your children
will live healthfully in the world of the near future? Come find out how to design
a health gaining and maintaining program that can serve you for the rest of your
life on October 24 6:30-9pm and October 25 and 26 9am-5pm.
Our revitalization program
is built on what we believe to be the four pillars of health. These pillars are
exercise, nutrition, mind-body connection and detoxification. The purpose of the
revitalizing weekend is to create a program that you can implement over the next
12 weeks that will change your lifestyle forever...creating habits of vitality,
aliveness, and abundant health. Cost $395
Twelve Week Results Class
show that for most people it takes three months to change a habit. This class is
designed to help you make lifestyle changes that will last a lifetime. We will meet
7 times over a 12 week period to assist you in implementing your four pillars of
health program and help you fine tune it to make it really work. The support from
our team and from you peers is invaluable to making positive changes which will
be with you forever. Cost $195