Meet nationally recognized speaker, Jim Brackett, and author of three best-seller vegetarian cookbooks, Neva Brackett.
Learn how to prevent and reverse heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, obesity, kidney stones, gallstones and more.
The week-long retreat features:
Plan to arrive at the Roosevelt Ridge Retreat anytime after 3:00 p.m. on Sunday. No lunch will be served. Registration will be from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. (follow the signs). The first class begins at 5:00 p.m. A light supper will be served at 6:00 p.m.
Nights are cool in May and September and the days are usually warm. Bring casual wear and be prepared for outdoor walking. The cabins are heated and have washer/dryer facilities. Bedding and towels are supplied. A sack lunch will be provided on Friday when the last class is finished at 11:00 a.m.
We have a caffeine free menu. If you are a user, plan to be caffeine-free during the retreat. We'll provide some asprin if you are in the 65% who have a withdrawal headache for a couple of days. There is a no-pet policy and smoking is not allowed. If you are a smoker, come join us and we'll be happy to help you quit for good!
Space is limited to 16 guests. To hold a reservation, register early. You will receive an email confirmation with a map and travel directions to the retreat. At registration you will receive a syllabus with the seminar lecture slides. There is an earlybird discount of $50 per person if payment is received 4 weeks in advance and a $50 discount for a spouse. For group rates or other questions, contact us at (509) 738-4070 or email@example.com.
Jim Brackett is a physicist and airline pilot who taught high school science, math and electronics for ten years. During that time he went back to graduate school and obtained a master’s degree in public health which was instrumental in launching him into the work of teaching seminars on wellness for over 30 years across the US and in many countries abroad.
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