Distinguished Faculty for
A Path to Save Lives
SHELTER FROM THE STORM:
Building a Calm, Healthy Refuge from Stress in Your Life
Keynote Presenter: Dave Mochel
A two-time cancer survivor, Dave Mochel has served as a lecturer at Stanford’s School of Health and Human Performance and is the author of Good Life Practice: A Quick Start Guide to Mindful Self-Regulation.
For more than thirty years Dave has been studying and teaching principles and practices for thriving in any circumstance. After a career teaching neuroscience, human development, physics, and mindfulness in the classroom, he now helps CEOs, professional athletes, and people from every walk of life adopt research-based practices for living, working, and communicating peacefully and effectively.
~ Morning YOGA ~ Lunchtime COOKING DEMOS ~ ENTERTAINMENT with an Esophageal Cancer Twist ~
Special Performance | Friday, Sept. 10th at 4 pm Eastern
Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me, But Banjos Saved My Life
Starring Esophageal Cancer Survivor Keith Alessi
Keith Alessi shares his award-winning, internationally toured true story of leaving the corporate world behind to follow his true passion – playing the banjo!
When facing a battle with Esophageal Cancer, his lifelong dream becomes the key
to saving his life.
Postponed! Keep an eye out for the announcement of the rescheduled event!
Presentation of the First ECAN
for Extraordinary Contribution to the
Wellbeing of those at Risk for Esophageal Cancer
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