Pace to speak Tuesday at NIC

President Elaine Pace of Sanoviv Medical Institute will speak May 17 at North Island College.

Pace earned a Master of Public Administration degree from the Harvard Kennedy School in 2000. She took the position of president of Sanoviv in 2010.

At the talk, you will learn about integrative medicine, maximizing your body’s ability to heal, minimizing the effects of stress and learn simple tips to improve your health. Pace will also take you on a virtual vacation to Sanoviv Medical Institute, an oceanside, organic healing retreat.

Travelling with her is Jan Mills, a Canadian woman who received successful CCSVI treatments at Sanoviv for Multiple Sclerosis.

“Several years ago I went to Sanoviv on their four-day Comprehensive Health Assessment program,” says evening organizer and local resident Karen Ross. “While there, I met many people turning around  existing health challenges.

“In many cases people that have been unable to find treatment from the orthodox Western medical system. My visit was from a different perspective … find out what your challenges are while you can still take corrective action … why wait until you’re sick?

Alternative Medicine Magazine says Sanoviv “combines cutting-edge diagnostics, nutrition, detoxification and medical treatments in a luxurious setting, making it a model and healing centre for the 21st century.”

Sanoviv is a completely self contained, state of the art hospital with proven treatment procedures from around the world. Staffed with doctors, dentists, dermatologists, fitness consultants, nutritionists, yoga/meditation teachers, psychologists — “health and healing with heart.”

Sanoviv was founded by award-winning microbiologist/immunologist and New York Times best-selling author Dr. Myron Wentz.

The event is May 17 at 7 p.m., Room 203 in Tyee Hall at the Comox Valley Campus of North Island college. Admission is by donation, with proceeds to the Children’s Hunger Fund.

Doors open at 6:30. Seating is limited.

For details, call Karen Ross at 250-335-1455.

— North Island College

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