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Fri, Apr 19



AdventAge Health 2024

Join us at our health event with Jamal Grant, Eric Dublin, ND, Dr. Julie Wellness Center, Saving Health Wellness, & Pastor David & Michele Cuke

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AdventAge Health 2024
AdventAge Health 2024

Time & Location

Apr 19, 2024, 1:00 PM CDT – Apr 21, 2024, 4:00 PM CDT

Haleyville, 2585 Co Rd 20, Haleyville, AL 35565, USA


About the event

Join us for a transformative weekend centered on health and wellness!

Tentative Schedule: 

Friday: begins with registration, followed by a hydrotherapy demonstration and training led by Lidia Seda of Saving Health Wellness. Learn the science of sprouting with Michele Cuke to boost your nutrition, then enjoy a nourishing light supper provided by us free of charge! Wrap up the day with Jamal Grant as he navigates through health controversies, providing valuable insights and discussion into Big Food, Big Pharma, and more! Saturday - Sabbath Begin the day with discussions on spiritual health with Dr. Julie Hayek, and dig into important health and dress reformation topics with Pastor Cuke. After a wholesome lunch, join us on a cave tour as Maggie Serrato reveals some of the local edibles and medicinal plants of Haleyville, Alabama. Lidia Seda will lead a session on mental health followed by an engaging panel discussion and Q&A. End the day with Dr. Eric Dublin's in-depth medical missionary training class. Sunday Continue with insights into the fundamentals of medical missionary work and lifestyle led by Lidia Seda and discover the power of natural remedies with Dr. Julie Hayek. Enjoy another fulfilling lunch before going hands-on, digging into gardening and farming techniques with Dr. Eric Dublin, rounding off the weekend with practical knowledge and inspiration.

Don't miss this opportunity to invest in your well-being and join us on a path to natural health and wellness. Register now and join us for a weekend of education, hands-on training, and transformation!


Additional notes:

The accommodations we have include camping outside or lodging inside the big green warehouse. We also have a camper that sleeps up to 7 woman. Inside the building, we have a men's bunkhouse upstairs with plenty of space and a few private areas sectioned off by plastic for couples or families. Private rooms must be reserved. Other than that, there are a few somewhat local motels nearby.

All the accommodations we offer are free. We do suggest giving a donation.

Additionally, some meals are provided, free of charge. These include, Friday evening dinner and Sabbath and Sunday Lunch.

In case of rain, campers can move their tents inside.

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