Historic Conference on Spiritual Fitness & Alzheimer’s Prevention
The Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation (ARPF) will host the virtual Brain Longevity Symposium on October 15, 2022. The Symposium will advance ARPF’s mission by equipping attendees with the latest research on Spiritual Fitness to prevent Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and to create perfect health as we age.
This historic conference starts with morning yoga and features three keynote presentations, along with an opportunity to engage with the experts. The lineup includes some of the world’s leading clinicians and researchers in the field of spirituality and brain health: Helen Lavretsky, MD, MS, Katerina Sheardova, MD, PhD, and Christopher Walling, PsyD, MBA, C-IAYT, SEP.
The presenters will unveil groundbreaking research on how the practice of yoga can lead to spirituality and how spirituality can reduce the risk for AD. Furthermore, attendees will explore how the quality of our relationships is essential to the quality of our lifespans. Dr. Lavretsky from UCLA is one of the world’s leading professors in the field of creating psycho-spiritual and emotional well-being, resilience, and reducing depression. She is an author and outstanding speaker who has a strong spiritual foundation and personal practice.
The European expert, Dr. Sheardova, “Is an absolutely amazing physician and researcher. She is a leading teacher and practitioner of yoga, meditation, and healthy living. She has made her work easy to understand so you can enjoy the benefits of your own well-being and spiritual growth,” said ARPF President, Dharma S. Khalsa, MD.
Dr. Walling is a clinical psychologist, researcher, and an active leader in the biobehavioral sciences. As Adjunct Professor of Somatic Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies and Clinical Research Fellow at the Traumatic Stress Research Consortium at Indiana University, his presentation will focus on the correlations between mind-body integration and spiritual development.
The Brain Longevity Symposium is CE-accredited through Yoga Alliance. It is a unique opportunity to learn how we can promote purpose and meaning in our lives through interdependence and social connection. The Symposium will close with a musical performance by emerging artist Stefano May featuring a preview of his unreleased single “Hope It Will Remind You,” specially written for those most affected by Alzheimer’s disease.
ARPF invites anyone who is interested in creating perfect health and living a fulfilled life to attend on October 15th. These discoveries are extremely important for caregivers and the aging population. All registrants will receive the recording.