Please join us on Tuesday September 3rd, 2013 at 4 pm pacific / 7 pm eastern as we host Katherine Leonard, MS, NC for a webinar entitled "The Environment Around Us is Disrupting the Environment Within Us: How to Find Balance in this Toxic World.
Since the Industrial Revolution in the mid 1700’s, tens of thousands of new chemicals have been introduced into the environment. These new toxic chemicals have found their way inside human bodies and are now contributing to ill health worldwide. However, there are solutions for reducing exposure and supporting the body with the healing power of natural remedies. In this webinar we will identify toxins and their health consequences, discuss how the human body reacts to toxin exposure, and provide solutions for cleansing the body and transitioning to a non-toxic lifestyle.
|Katherine Leonard, MS, NC|
Katherine Leonard is a Holistic Nutritionist with a Master’s in Holistic Nutrition from
She is a member of NANP and a candidate for Board Certified in Holistic
Nutrition®. Her passion for holistic health was sparked by her interest in
organic permaculture and concern for the increasing toxicity of the earth.
Katherine works with her clients to help rejuvenate their lifestyles and
detoxify their bodies. Katherine’s interest in the healing power of natural
living has inspired her to continue her education. In September 2013, Katherine
will be pursuing a 4-year doctorate in naturopathic medicine at Hawthorn University Bastyr University
in . Naturopathic medicine emphasizes
prevention and the self-healing process through natural therapies. Katherine
plans to use her background in holistic nutrition, combined with the new
therapies she will learn in medical school (such as botanical medicine,
homeopathy, hydrotherapy, and traditional Chinese and Indian medicine) to help
others find their health through natural medicine. Seattle, WA
To participate online and to view the webinar click here and follow the online registration instructions.
The webinar will begin promptly at 4 pm pacific, 7 pm eastern.
The webinar and webinar format is an opportunity to share information resources and learn together in real time. Participation is limited to the first 100 attendees.
If you are unable to join during the live presentation, please note that webinars are recorded and available on the Hawthorn student website under archived webinars. Some webinars are also available to the public and can be found in the WebinarArchives section of the Hawthorn website.