After attending these seminars many people have been inspired to promote Dr. Robinson and the wellness paradigm based on current research. In whatever way you are inspired to share this knowledge with those you value, please let us know so that we can assist you in making that possible.
Eat Well, Move Well, Think Well
As a species, humans are facing our greatest threat in history — chronic illness. The Black Plague killed 30 percent of Europe, and now, chronic illnesses are killing over 80 percent of the industrial world. Humans are now the sickest species on earth. We have gone from super species to sickest species in less than a century. Never in history has a species suffered with so much illness, so much needless suffering, and so much cancer, diabetes, obesity and heart disease.
A genetically congruent lifestyle is based on the science (studying healthy people not just sick people) of how we Eat, Move, and Think. Dr. Reid Robinson, Chiropractor and Wellness Practitioner, draws on current medical research in genetics, anthropology, nutrition, exercise, and human behaviour to empower a gradual and comfortable change towards health and vitality. These seminars can be attended individually, however it is highly recommended to attend the first one to build a foundation of understanding.
It’s time to stop asking what chronic illnesses we have and how to treat them (diagnosis and treatment), and start asking why we are developing chronic illnesses, and how to avoid them (wellness and prevention). We will explore current medical research about the lifestyle that matches the human genetic requirements for health and wellness. You will leave inspired, empowered, and able to dispel media “hype,” add life to your years, and years to your life!
The third seminar will review scientific evidence showing health promoting and illness preventing benefits of exercise. We will define exercise and the innate genetic requirements of physical fitness and energy expenditure, and introduce spinal hygiene exercises for functional restoration and spinal health