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HEAL: Change your body. Change your mind. Change your health.
Monday, May 6, 2019 at 7 pm

"We are not victims of our DNA but rather our DNA is a blueprint; and how our genes will be expressed, or not, is based on our choices and our beliefs."

With over 133 million people in the U.S. suffering from chronic illness, Director Kelly Noonan Gore's documentary film HEAL offers possibility and hope, meant to inspire, empower and inform. HEAL presents both scientific evidence and spiritual perspectives while telling the stories of people who have overcome chronic diseases and pain by investing in practices and therapies that support the body's inherent ability to regenerate.

Join the conversation as we go beyond the film. Following the 55-minute film there will be a panel & audience discussion moderated by Dr. Lucy Gade.

Panel (in formation)

Lucy P. Gade, MD, MPH, Moderator, is the former Medical Director and Program Coordinator of the Center for Wellness & Integrative Medicine for Northwell Health. She completed a Fellowship in Integrative Medicine under Dr. Andrew Weil, at the University of Arizona's Center for Integrative Medicine, a program that has achieved international recognition as the leading integrative medical educational program. Her goal is to empower each person to actively seek a healthy lifestyle before illness arises and to assist those experiencing health issues to responsibly manage their treatment. Her vision is to facilitate collaboration between recommended traditional professional practice standards and integrate individual guided practices for overall improvement of health and well-being. As a mother of three, Dr. Gade is intent on creating a future for everyone that naturally supports health and healing.

Gail Grossman is a cancer survivor and yoga professional who used both western medicine and alternative practices to heal from cancer. At the age of 10, Gail learned to meditate thanks to the encouragement of her father to overcome difficulties sleeping. This glimpse of peace and self-knowledge echoed powerfully later in life. Discovering yoga as an adult, Gail opened Om Sweet Om Yoga in 2004 where she has been able to bring this practice to so many wonderful people, both young and old(er). In 2014 Gail published Restorative Yoga for Life.

Dr. Anita Sadaty is a Board-Certified Obstetrician-Gynecologist and IFM-certified Functional Medicine practitioner with a specialization in hormone health for women. In addition to maintaining a full-time private practice, Dr. Sadaty is involved in residency training education at North Shore University Hospital and is a clinical assistant professor at Hofstra Medical School. She founded a women's specialty practice in Roslyn, NY called Redefining Health Medical, to offer expanded integrative gynecology, Functional Medicine services and wellness programs. She serves as an expert reviewer for women's reproductive health articles for

Keith Fiveson, founder of the Work Mindfulness (WM) Project, works with a variety of professionals in corporate, non-profit and education. He uses mindfulness-based practices to help reduce stress, prevent relapse, build resilience, overcome challenges, and choose meaningful paths, or outcomes. Keith is in service as a Life Coach. He is a two-time cancer survivor, who became a yoga teacher in 1995.

Co-presented with Riva Events.

Free admission to all Conversations from Main Street programs is made possible by underwriting from the Angela & Scott Jaggar Foundation


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