It's a free book launch event!
For too long, integrative medicine has hovered at the edges of mainstream Western medicine, but what integrative psychiatrist Dr. Judith Eve Pentz brings us in Cleanse Your Body, Reveal Your Soul is a map that shows us all how we may integrate practices into the core of our contemporary lives. She's got the science, and she's got the soul.
Take-Away from this event:
- Why I wrote this book
- How I am changed with the benefit of PK
- Self care the Ayurvedic way during the Pandemic and beyond: starts with habit building rituals
- A Morning Routine That Will Set Your Day on the Right Track(Offering a live workshop on May 12 on Build a Better Morning)
- Lifestyle and nutrition specific to Your Dosha starts a path towards increased energy/stamina, enthusiasm for life and reduces risk of chronic medical conditions
- Connection with your Spiritual life matters
Pentz has practiced as a psychiatrist for twenty-eight years in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she is on the faculty at the University of New Mexico as an assistant professor and attending child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist. She has often spoken about integrative health, including Ayurvedic healing in her presentations and written chapters for textbooks published in her field.
Yet what speaks the loudest on why she's an authority on a panchakarma cleanse is how it has profoundly shifted her own life, something she only hoped was possible. There has been the reconnection with her Soul. She has personally experienced the cleanse and seen the power of it in the significant changes she has instituted in her life, her health and her career, which continue to unfold.
By training, as a psychiatrist/medical doctor, Pentz has sought ways to have people deeply integrate their own healing at all levels of their being: spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical. In her private practice and her work with children, adolescents and adults at UNM, she introduces nutrition and nutriceuticals as alternatives or integrations with Western medicine. In her new work, she shares holistic and healing interventions.
This book is born of a profound need she has seen in her twenty-eight years of practice, what has motivated her to seek out speaking engagements on international panels; lead workshops and write both for an academic audience as well as the public; and write for publications such as Psychiatric Times and the Albuquerque Journal, as well as on her blog at drpentz.com. Too often, people suffer needlessly because the system in which they seek help is unaware of natural ways to create wholeness. Time and time again, she sees the value of this intervention for spiritual growth, even just for physical health, thus she seeks avenues to share about what panchakarma can do for those motivated to make changes in their lives in the most foundational ways.
In her work, she has empowered thousands of people to approach their health concerns with a preventative and proactive toolkit. She has an integrative focus in her professional practice and a board certification in Integrative medicine, in addition to child and adult psychiatry. She has included interventions for integrative mental health for over fifteen years in her practice.
This is an online event held via zoom. Zoom login info will be sent to you after registering via email. We will send you a replay of the event within a week of the event date.