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Offering Workshops to Support Your
Personal Journey & Lifelong Learning

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Prevention & Reversal of
Cognitive Decline

Breast Cancer: A Holistic Perspective on Risk Reduction

Healthy Detoxification 101:

Reclaim & Enhance Your
Spiritual Well-Being

Rediscovering the Labyrinth
as Meditation Practice

◊ Develop your intuitive side ◊ Eat Well ◊ Start a meditation practice ◊
◊ Bring more loving kindness to your life ◊ Get in touch with your body ◊ Remember to play ◊
◊ Be in Nature ◊ Learn something new ◊ Forgive someone ◊
◊ Increase your capacity for intimacy ◊ Say Yes ◊ Unplug and get outside ◊
◊ Stretch your body and open your heart ◊

Healthy Eating

Healthy Detoxification 101: SPRING CLEANSE

Next Gathering: Saturday, May 13, 2017
Facilitator: Dr. Kim Furtado, Naturopathic Doctor
Location: The Lewes Library, in Lewes DE

All Day Retreat!
9:00 am to 4:00 pm


Are You Ready for a Change in Your Health & Just Need to Push That Reset Button?

This doctor-supervised gluten, dairy free cleanse and weight loss workshop provides the information and jump start that you seek to change your life, shed unwanted weight, reduce pains and boost your energy. In naturopathic practice since 2001, Dr. Kim shares her knowledge about the liver’s detoxification system, environmental sources of stress and inflammation, and food intolerances.

Exploring the emotional side of cleansing one’s life, balanced with the physical need to reduce inflammation, we will learn how food has the ability to restore your health.

Safe for healthy individuals and for those with chronic symptoms, this workshop helps you restore your vitality:

• Cleanse and Revitalize Your Body
• Address Obstacles to Ideal Weight
• Let Go of Physical, Mental and Emotional Toxins
• Identify Toxic Relationships- With Food and People
• Balance Your Blood Sugars and Stress Hormones
• Reduce Inflammation
• Receive Carefully Designed Menu of Cleansing Juices and Anti-Inflammatory Foods

Lunch Provided

You can return home with the knowledge and inspiration
you need to continue to choose vibrant, clean foods on a daily basis.

This workshop is in collaboration with
Juice Fresh Logo

The Labyrinth

Rediscovering the Labyrinth as Meditation Practice

Next Gathering: Saturday, September 9, 2017
Facilitator: Dr. Kim Furtado, Naturopathic Doctor
Location: Private Home in Millsboro (address will be provided upon registration)

All Day Retreat!
9:00 am to 4:00 pm


A labyrinth is not a maze, but a walking meditation device with a single winding path from the edge to the center. There are no dead ends in a labyrinth walk and the same path is used to return to the outside.

A labyrinth is an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness. It combines the imagery of the circle and the spiral into a meandering but purposeful path. Labyrinths have long been used as meditation and prayer tools.

For many walkers the labyrinth becomes a metaphor for the journey of life. The journey inward represents the introspection or self-knowledge, and the journey outward represents the call to service, or sharing one’s gifts with the world through acts of service and love. It is a symbol that creates a sacred space and place and takes us out of our ego to "That Which Is Within."

For our one day workshop, we will explore:

• The ways in which, like life, a labyrinth is full of twists and turns, whose navigation requires a change in perspective, awareness or direction
• How to design a home practice and incorporate the labyrinth into your life
• How stress affects our selves, our families and our community, and the gifts a walking meditation provides
• Historical uses and applications of labyrinth meditation

The path symbolizes also that each of us is on a single path through his or her life, and yet each person's journey is a separate and distinct qualitative experience.

$95 per Participant
Lunch Provided

Happy Family

Prevention & Reversal of Cognitive Decline

Next Gathering: Saturday, October 14, 2017
Facilitator: Dr. Kim Furtado, Naturopathic Doctor
Location: Rehoboth Beach Country Club in Rehoboth Beach, DE

All Day Retreat!
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Rehoboth Beach Country Club


Cognitive decline is a major concern of the aging population, and Alzheimer's disease is the major cause of age-related cognitive decline, with approximately 5.4 million American patients and 30 million affected globally.

Are you concerned about brain health? Or, of one day not recognizing your closest friend? If so, or if you care about friends and family members dealing with poor brain function, don't miss our Prevention & Reversal of Cognitive Decline retreat. Brain disorders, including memory loss, are fast becoming the single biggest health problem in the world.

Why Attend?

This retreat presents a unique opportunity to discover how to prevent, slow down and even reverse the symptoms of Alzheimer's and dementia. Join us to find out what you can, and should do before memory loss is irreversible, because taking action now is the key to
protecting your brain health and overall well-being.

Did You Know?

• Every three seconds someone gets diagnosed with Alzheimer's or dementia? • Dementia starts in the brain 30 to 50 years before symptoms appear.

Be sure to join us for what will prove to be a life changing conversation and experience!

$95 per Participant
Lunch Provided

Spiritual Well Being

Reclaim & Enhance Your Spiritual Well-Being

Next Gathering: November 11, 2017
Facilitator: Dr. Kim Furtado, Naturopathic Doctor
Location: Lewes Public Library

All Day Retreat!
9:00 am to 4:00 pm


Join Dr. Kim Furtado, N.D. as she shares her naturopathic wisdom and insight on health concerns and possibilities for healing and nurturing ourselves. We’ll explore how our biochemistry can stall or propel us, and daily self-care techniques for balancing our health and sense of purposeful wellbeing.

Through guided exercises, group discussions and visualization tools, we will retreat into a space of gentle inquest. Throughout the facilitated workshop we will discover:

1. How listening to our bodies can enable us to feel luminously alive.
2. Changing our self-image to change our ‘shape’.
3. Nutrition choices best suited for personal growth.
4. Desires that warrant our full attention.
5. Fear, anger, shame or sadness as may be cyclical pattern and how to navigate the cycles for best outcomes.

We’ll discover how our cycles decelerate, yet vitalize and empower us. Join and embrace purposeful connections with like-minded seekers as we journey to reclaim our vibrancy and heighten our sense of freedom and joy!

Come to nurture and blossom a more genuine expression of your authentic self. Delight in re-entering your environment feeling renewed and refreshed.

$95 per Participant
Lunch Provided

Three Women Smiling

Breast Cancer: A Holistic Perspective on Risk Reduction

Next Gathering: Saturday TO BE Announced Spring 2017
Facilitator: Dr. Kim Furtado, Naturopathic Doctor
Location: The Lewes Library, in Lewes DE

All Day Retreat!
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Free Workshop, Registration is Required

One out of every eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year, with a new diagnosis occurring every three minutes.

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women and the second most frequently diagnosed cancer in the United States. Only 10% of these breast cancer cases are due to inherited genetic defects. This means that the majority of breast cancer is not genetically caused and, instead, is preventable through a combination of diet, exercise and other lifestyle changes.

Join us for a one day workshop where we explore this common concern, and empower you with specific tools regarding the prevention and treatment from a naturopathic perspective.

In the workshop, we will explore:

• Basic understanding of estrogen and hormone imbalances which affect breast tissue
• Introduction to important labwork your doctor may not be doing to assess your risk level
• Comprehensive discussion of nutrition and exercise as it relates to research studies and breast cancer
• Lifestyle factors and stress reduction techniques -your first steps in creating an environment where cancers don’t flourish
• Environmental and chemical endocrine disruptors and what they do to breast tissue
• Steps you can take after treatment has completed to help reduce your risks for recurrence

FREE & Lunch is included.
RSVP to Connie Holdridge
In Collaboration with Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition