A three-part educational webinar series.

The first webinar is an audit of where we are at in our health today, both young and old, and some of the challenges in our approach to healthcare.
In the second webinar, Dr Ron explores why health messages are so confusing and often contradictory. It’s a story that’s easy to miss, but once you hear it, difficult to ignore. The information was empowering to learn and even more transformative to share with you.
In the third webinar, we explore taking control of your own health. Most people acknowledge stress is a problem, but what does that actually mean in our modern world.

Webinar One: The State of our Health

How are we doing?

In this webinar, Dr Ron conducts an audit of where we are at in our health today, both young and old, and some of the challenges in our approach to healthcare. You’ll take a deep dive into what ‘good health’ really means. The functions of physical mental and emotional health, economic factors of health, spiritual aspects of health and the importance of listening to your body. By the end of this webinar, you’ll have a well-rounded understanding of the key factors contributing to overall health and wellness.

Webinar Two: Confusing Public Health Messages

The role of the food and pharmaceutical industries

In this webinar, Dr Ron explores why health messages are so confusing and often contradictory. By the end of this video, you will understand some of the critical myths circling in the media, affecting government policies and contributing to a massive health crisis both in Australia and globally.

Webinar Three: Taking Control

Understanding what ‘stress’ means in our modern world in ALL levels of healthcare

In this webinar, Dr Ron explores how stress manifests in all areas of our lives and why it’s essential that we manage it to minimise the risk of chronic illness. Stress is a combination of emotional, environmental, postural, dental and nutritional factors. Throughout this talk you’ll learn how to reduce these stresses while implementing Dr Ron’s ‘Five Pillars to Health’; Sleep, Breathe, Nourish, Move and Think.