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Bhaktivedanta Manor 2019

Yes to Life: Retreat and restore at Bhaktivedanta Manor

Back due to popular demand, we are excited to invite you to another majestic day out at this wonderful temple.

When:   Saturday 22nd June 

Where:  Bhaktivedanta Manor Temple, Watford

Cost:    Early Bird - £15.00

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The beautiful sanctuary known as the Bhaktivedanta Manor Temple, based in Watford, Hertfordshire is a Gaudiya Vaishnava temple that sits on 70 acres of land, and was donated to the mission in 1973 by The Beatle George Harrison. The Manor is owned and run by the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), better known as the Hare Krishna movement. The temple complex includes prayer rooms, a beautiful forest walk, gardens, cow sanctuary, library, auditorium, farming land, kitchens, and retreat centres.

Back due to popular demand, we are excited to invite you to another majestic day out at this wonderful temple.

The event times are from 10am - 6pm.

Activities of the day will include:

· Yoga session

· Meditation session

· Resilience workshop

· Tours of the grounds

· Nice wholesome vegetarian lunch

· A fun treasure hunt in the 70 acres of land

Come along and join us for a day of fun and silliness, sometimes adults need to play too! This event is open to anyone and you are welcome to bring your loved ones along.

Because of where the temple is located, we are able to arrange lifts to and from the nearest train stations. If you feel like you will require this, please contact office@yestolife.org.uk or call us on 0203 222 0587 so we can arrange the logistics with you.

Please note, there are limited spaces available.

Please note, that there may be filming and photography at this event. If you do not wish to be filmed or photographed, please email office@yestolife.org.uk.

Tickets are non-refundable.

Yes to Life Annual Conference 2019

Taking place over two days, this year's conference aims to educate, inform, share and build the conversation around Integrative Medicine. This conference is for people with cancer, their carers and family; for those who support people with cancer both medically, physically and spiritually; those studying medicine and anyone working within the current health system.

Where: The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1PL

When: Saturday 30th November and Sunday 1st December 2019

Costs: Weekend and individual day ticket options and consessions will be available shortly

Info: E: office@yestolife.org.uk


Day One - Nutritional science and cancer

Recent advances in understanding and attitudes

Speakers include:

Dr Lauren Cara - Nutrition - what we can all agree on

Meredy Birdi - Managing the nutrition advice gap between hospital and home

Dr Robert Verkerk - Low carb diets, fasting and cancer - the latest science

Meleni Aldridge - A Functional Medicine perspective on nutrition for cancer

Victoria Fenton - Navigating the meat-dairy-vegan-vegetarian maze

Ally Jaffee and Iain Broadley - Nutrition as medicine for a new generation of doctors


Day Two - Building the conversation

The case for inexpensive, science-based improvements to NHS cancer services

Speakers include:

Dr Ndaba and Jane McLelland - Repurposed drugs – reporting on a trial of 4 safe, low-cost drugs added to standard care 

Dr Robert Verkerk - Building collaborative and participatory cancer care outside NHS structures to extend and improve cancer care

Professor Angus Dalgleish - Low Dose Naltraxone - a safe repurposed drug used at very low dose and with a track record of efficacy

Dr Scott Sherr (US) - Hyperbaric oxygen therapy as an adjuvant treatment to improve treatment results and quality of life

Dr Sahinbas (Germany) - Hyperthemia, a safe means to improve the efficacy of standard treatments

Catalina De Ana Portela (Spain)  - Medicinal mushroom: simple, evidence-based immune support for those on immune-suppressing treatments

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