Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Giveaway for 2013 LDS Holistic Living Conference Ticket!

Rebecca Price, one of the organizers of the LDS Holistic Living Conference, contacted me and asked if I'd be interested in giving away a FREE ticket to this year's conference. If you haven't been to this conference you really should. There is something for everyone, even if you don't consider yourself to be "alternative", "crunchy", "hippie", "strange".... you take your pick. I have loved going the last few years and have learned so many interesting ideas. I have appreciated the diverse collection of speakers they collect each year and have loved having a place to talk openly about health and LDS beliefs.

I am sad that I won't be able to go this year (too far away) because it is sounds like they have an amazing line up of speakers and classes this time. Here is the teaser that Rebecca sent me about the conference. Make sure you read to the end for the discount code and a chance to win a free ticket!


It's that time of year again!  The LDS Holistic Living Conference and Expo  is right around the corner.  In the past, it's been just a one day event on a Saturday, but this year we are having an awesome keynote speaker, Camille Fronk Olson, the Friday night before.  She is the author of many written works, but her book Mary, Martha, and Me:  Seeking the One Thing that is Needful is so inspirational.

It's going to be held Friday and Saturday, June 21-22.


The Friday keynote will be at Noah's in Lindon, UT from 5:00-7:00 and the Saturday Conference is at Paradigm High School in South Jordan and runs all day starting at 8:30.  The free and open to the public vendor area looks like a wealth of knowledge in and of itself!

The Saturday speakers and classes are incredible! 

One highlight is Randall Edward who will be speaking on Holistic Living and Spiritual Gifts--a Practical Guide. His class will explore the idea of understanding the correlation between health and medical choices and the gifts of the spirit.

And Cliff and Judy Dunston are speaking on The Praise Principle--the class description says that, "The Praise Principle is the light that we get to participate in to align ourselves with the Lord.  Then when we commit to Praising the Lord then He can work His Miracles in our life.  It is practicing Faith in the Lord with full trust and the results are amazing."

And Neal Bosshardt, owner and founder of Redmond Clay will be doing a clay class that is hands on in making preparations to treat spider bites, burns and infections.  Also classes on the art of muscle testing (the energetic responses to what we say, do, think, and feel, a great diagnostic tool), and the power of chakras!  And that's just a small handful of the classes offered.  There is really something for everyone.

You can register at the door, but you will save a bundle by registering online and by June 1 for $11 per class!  Not only that,.....

1. Women in the Scriptures readers get 15% off by using coupon code: 2013PP15 at checkout.  Go here to register. 

2.  If you would like to enter the giveaway for the FREE ticket to Saturday's conference by:

  •  Visiting the website and telling me which class you are the most interested in. 
  •  And/or leaving me your best suggestions for healthy treats for kids (I sure need some right now!) 

The Giveaway will close on June 3rd at Midnight.

Best wishes! 

4 comments:

  1. I would like to go to all of the classes! But if I could only chose one, I think it would be Mindfulness without Meditation.

    Thank-you for sharing this. I had no idea there was such thing as an LDS Holistic Living Conference, but it sounds right up my alley. Regardless if I win or not, I will have to attend.

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  2. I'm most excited for the Self-Sufficient Organic Gardening Class!

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  3. I'm most excited for the spiritual gifts class, but the auras class sounds interesting too! There's too many to choose from....I want to go to them all!! :)

    Went to the conference last year...learned a lot!

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  4. I'd love to attend Carolyn Cooper's classes & planted based main dishes.

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