Senchune Foundational Reset Course
Do you have a deep desire to understand your health? Our curriculum will provide you with
the knowledge you need to align with your body and transform your health.
Next live course: Jan 2021
Getting back to basics. Getting back in touch with ourselves while learning how to stay aligned in our world.
Food & water
Connection to nature
Heal the gut.
Behind the lining of your intestines resides a large part of your immune system. Irritation in the gut can cause a low grade immune system reaction a chronic inflammatory response in the body.
Gut health 101
Optimize your bowels
Recipies for gut healing
The body is well designed to deal with toxic insults, but the sheer volume of our exposure now, combined with poor diet and lifestyle can lead to an overburdened body and under functioning detoxification processes.
Detox: supporting our body
The organs of elimination
Castor oil packs
Recipes for detox
How to manage detox symptoms
Reducing everyday toxic exposure
Optimize and Balance
Immune system support and balance
Mitochondria and anti aging
Cognitive and brain
Reclaim your wild. Women's health
Do you desire more out of life with deep meaningful connection, purposed and passion? You're in the right place.
How it works
-We'll meet once a week for 4 weeks for learnings
-Connect in the private group to support eachother
-Move through each pillar on your own time, with support
-Want more? Options for intensives
Why group medicine?
Learn together, inspire each other, and create accountability: Community medicine amplifies our ability to create change and new habits.
Long term health gains: When you're better able to stick to your treatment plan, your body will be better able to process and thrive in the world.
Affordability and accessibility: By sticking to your health plan and hitting your goals, you'll be healthier in the long run and need less reactive treatment and follow ups.
Get to know like minded neighbours: For our own personal happiness and development, studies have shown community and relationship with others to be the single most important factor in perceived happiness.
The more isolated people are, the less happy they are, with declines in both brain function and physical health. Loneliness and weak social connections associated with a reduction in lifespan similar to that caused by smoking 15 cigarettes/ day and even greater than that associated with obesity, shortening ones lifespan by 8 years.
Strong social relationships can increase the likelihood of survival after a heart attack by as much as 50% relative to individuals whose social relationships are weaker.
High social engagement reduced cognitive decline by 91%
Social Relationships and Mortality Risk: A Meta-analytic Review. PLOS.
Krueger, K. (2009). Social Engagement and Cognitive Function in Old Age. Experimental Aging Research, 45-60.
Lunstad-Holt, J. S. (2010).
Communities create movements
In 2020, we have been reminded of our own mortality, not just as people but as a collective species and planet.
Dr. Bruce Lipton a PhD in quantum physics and biology has long been a proponent that in order for humanity to evolve, we need community. He argues that the “survival of the fittest” theory was misunderstood to lead to a “survival of the fittest” aka “everybody for themselves” attitude. He believes that instead, Lamarck meant it as more of a “If we work together, we can utilize each others strengths so we can all survive,” type of idea.
Community and succesful personal relationships have been consistently shown in studies to be the most important factor in perceived personal happiness. By focusing on community as a pillar, we add to the evidence backed by research that healthy communities contribute to healthy, happy people, and healthy people as a whole contribute to a healthy global community with the goal of ultimately less violence, more acceptance and a happy planet.
Community is the medicine, connection is the answer.
You may not getting the answers you need from Google or the rest of your health team. Maybe you've been told everything is ‘fine’. You deserve to understand your health better. You are the expert on your own experience.