Fighting Parkinson’s, and taking the Recipe for Recovery on the road

I want to tell you that I am taking the Recipe for Recovery on the road. I have decided that I want to visit one city per month and provide a one-day workshop on the Recipe for Recovery. This will give me the opportunity to meet in person the people I am coaching, those of you who follow this blog who I am not coaching, and other people with Parkinson’s in the various cities I will be visiting. Today’s post is a preview of where this is going.

By taking the Recipe for Recovery on the road, many more people will have the opportunity to learn the Recipe first-hand, and those who attend the workshops will be able to connect with people in their general location who are interested in going down this path — the path to Parkinson’s recovery!

My anticipated format for my workshops is:
1. To have them on Saturday’s so they are accessible to people who work Monday through Friday.
2. Have them from 10am to 5pm, broken down like this:
a. 10am -noon. Explanation of my philosophy of Parkinson’s, development of the Recipe for Recovery during my recovery, and general explanation of the Recipe and how and why it works. Questions and Answers.
b. Noon – 2pm. Lunch break, rest time. Individually meet the people at the workshops. Questions and Answers.
c. 2pm – 5pm. Demonstrate the Recipe for Recovery. Help participants understand how to do the Recipe, including modifying the exercises to meet with participants’ individual needs or physical limitations, if any.

The first cities I am selecting to visit are those where people I am coaching live. This not only will give me an opportunity to meet these people in person, but it will give the participants at the workshops the opportunity to meet people who have been doing the Recipe and to see first-hand how well they are doing with their Parkinson’s recovery. It will give new meaning to “seeing is believing.” This is exciting!

Currently, I am scheduled to be in Atlanta, Georgia on November 10, 2012 and in Seattle, Washington on December 1, 2012. I am working out the details on venues and as soon as I have all of the final details of the workshops in place, including how to sign up for a workshop, I will do another post about them. Also, I am going to create a new page on my site that will list where I am going to be doing workshops each month so you can look ahead on the calendar for a location near you. In the plan for 2013 is a workshop in Canada, in the Vancouver, British Columbia area.

Finally, I want to hear from you as I am working on my workshop schedule for 2013. If you and others in your area are interested in me coming to where you are to provide a workshop, please send me an email at This will help me plan the areas in which to provide workshops that will be unrelated to where the people I am coaching live.

I am looking forward to taking the Recipe for Recovery on the road and having the opportunity to meet many of you.

In the meantime, please do not wait to meet me to continue the work you are doing in your recovery.

“I have the power to heal myself.” And I did.
“You have the power to heal yourself.” Marie did. Pratima did. And you are.
“Together we have the power to heal the world.” Getting together at a workshop and doing the Recipe for Recovery together goes a long way toward our power to heal the world of Parkinson’s.

Today, it all begins with you. Grab onto the Recipe for Recovery, and keep your recovery alive!

You are worth it!!!

All my best,



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17 Responses to Fighting Parkinson’s, and taking the Recipe for Recovery on the road

  1. Barry says:

    YAHHHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! THAT’S WHAT I CALL COMMITMENT. Way to go. I’ll help set up something in Monterey and Dayton. (In Monterey, through mid-Dec.)

    love, Barry

  2. I’m so delighted, Howard…. as your schedule solidifies, I’ll get the word out to my network in Canada and the USA and will certainly assist as I can best serve in my own region….

    What wonderful, wonderful news! I’m imagining, as we pull together to assist you to make this happen, we’ll become the change we want, not only for ourselves, but for all people struggling with PD.

  3. Gita says:

    I’m checking out at location in Tucson for January. The weather is great here then!

  4. Christine says:

    This is great news Howard.Although I live too far away to attend a workshop I look forward to hearing about them and even more I look forward to hearing of many people completely recovering.

  5. Alison says:

    Great news! Any chance at all of you coming to the UK?!

  6. Vickie says:

    Don’t forget central Texas, Austin or San Antonio!

  7. Teri says:

    Wonderful news, Howard! Any thoughts of coming to the midwest, such as Kansas City? Would love to have you!

  8. Marie says:

    That is great, Howard. Congratulations on this decision!
    Santa Fe, NM would be a good place, but not for the winter. Too icy.
    Spring and fall are best. Summer ok, though can be very hot.
    Would love to see you here, and if you decide to put it on your
    Travel agenda, I could help look for a venue.

  9. Margaret says:

    Well done Howard, you ARE an inspiration for many people. <3

  10. Helen says:

    Great what you are doing howard to get the truth about Parkinson’s out there. Australia is a good place to visit!

  11. Gautam Shah says:

    Dear Howard,
    Any chance of visiting Mumbai, India?

  12. pratima says:

    well done howard,
    would love to see you in India too. your hard work and dedication will definitely bring recognition to recipe for recovery as the best treatment without medication around the world.

  13. Dipti says:

    Bhai I can help you get a place and food for Atlanta area for starters and even help with other areas in future (at least I can try). This will be my way of testing my 1000 odd facebook buddies lol. Jokes apart, I think I can help and I would love to help take your recipe for recovery out world wide. I am sure a lot of people will benefit from this.

  14. Joe Almanzar says:

    Hi Howard,
    As Marie said, I too would like to see you in Santa Fe. I would also like to help you find a venue here if you need my help.

  15. Ainsley says:

    Hi Howard
    And there’s always New Zealand!!!

    Love to all

  16. Christine Newman says:

    Columbus, Ohio is in the heart of “the heart of it all,” so they say. It would be great to have you there.

  17. Nancy Sansone says:

    When you can get to Vancouver Canada, I will be just plain grateful. Let me know what I can do to help.

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