We hope you’ve had a chance to explore our new website. We have poured our hearts and minds into putting together a truly beautiful, functional and user-friendly site, both for you and for your patients.
We want your mugshot!
We want to get to know you better. Putting a face to a name is our way to connecting like never before. Please send a close-up picture of your beautiful mug for our customer relations profile to firstname.lastname@example.org. You are way more than a number to us, you are a part of our big, beautiful SHAPE family.
It's almost time: SHAPE Central has been working non-stop on hosting another amazing event.
Early Registration begins next month.
A full outline and speaker lineup will be announced in a special October newsletter.
We are so excited to announce our keynote speaker and we guarantee, you are in for a special treat! When Todd decided "brain health" was going to be our topic for advanced training at our 2019 symposium, and after introducing you to the concept of healing frequencies at our 2018 symposium, I got the bright idea to contact Michael Tyrrell, creator of Wholetones to see if he would be interested in speaking at our event. Headed to FL on SHAPE business last April, we met up with Michael and his lovely wife, Lillian.
Just one week after our January 2018 symposium, Todd and I had the wonderful pleasure of sharing our story and vision for SHAPE with Jonathan, and his Living a Richer Life by Design Podcast series. We thank each and everyone of you for helping us spread the amazing benefits of SHAPE. Together, we are Transforming Healthcare: One Patient at a time.
It's official. Our SHAPE Practitioner Certification Program is ready for you to take the plunge.
All new practitioners will be required to complete the course before being added to FAP or receiving access to their shopping cart.
We want to encourage all seasoned practitioners to take the time to complete the course as well.
Upon completion, you will receive the CERTIFIED PRACTITIONER seal that you can proudly display on your website, your business FB page, your office or any written communication to your patients.
Why pH ReClaimed? pH ReClaimed is an all-natural, sea-source derived trace minerals supplement. It is obtained through natural harvesting using solar evaporation for extraction, without relying on chemical or mechanical separation. Many mineral drop/pH mineral formulas are lab-created, using ratios that are not close to proportions used by humans. Many manufacturers artificially “pump up” the potassium in these types of mineral drops, as it quickly elevates the pH level of the water. Science shows us this manipulation doesn’t affect human pH response. If it did, we could simply drink baking soda in our water and all would be well.
SymBowl is a healthy, fast-casual restaurant located in Kirkwood, Chesterfield and St. Charles, MO that focuses on specialty diets such as gluten-free, anti-inflammatory, vegan, paleo and more. Our approach to dining allows friends and family to eat together regardless of diet or preference.
By Pete Waddell, RN
Patient was suffering from arthritis, hypertension, anxiety, and frequent bouts of edema. Patient had a general lack of energy.
Patient had recently been diagnosed with diabetes. She was facing multiple medicines including insulin for diabetes unless she changed her lifestyle.
By Dr. Christe Boen
At 41, grieving the death of my three year old son after a 11 month battle with cancer, I was feeling miserable, both emotionally and physically. A dear friend who had great success on the program inspired me to make a change, to the physical part anyway. I had lots more to lose than she did and it seemed impossible at first, but my practitioner encouraged me to set smaller goals and take my time.
By Dr. Andria D'Amato
A simple reminder to stay present.
The National Wellness Institute defines wellness as a conscious, self-directed and evolving process of achieving full potential. We, as healthcare professionals may be surprised to learn wellness has been characterized into 8 categories. According to the Student Health and Counseling Service center at UC Davis, wellness is broken down into occupational, emotional, spiritual, environmental, financial, physical, social, and intellectual. (https://shcs.ucdavis.edu).