Dr. Julie Reardon has just released a written version of the personal philosophy for a healthy
lifestyle that she’s shared with patients for years. My LIVE IT Philosophy: A Doctor’s Simple
Guide to Thriving is the culmination of Dr. Reardon’s own journey from conventional
medicine to a fully integrative model of care, both as a physician and in her own personal
life. Her goal for sharing her philosophy is that it serves as an invitation to your own
calling to live a fully integrated, balanced, and healthy lifestyle. In this easy-to-follow
guide complete with homework or take away tips, you’ll learn:
A specific kind of holistic thinking that promotes total wellness.
An easy to use approach to overall health in mind, body and spirit.
An effortless way to remember Dr. Julie’s philosophy for making the shift from
surviving to thriving.
The acronym LIVE IT—standing for Learn, Incorporate, Vitalize, Exercise, Imagine,
Thank—represents her belief that being healthy shouldn’t be complicated, but
rather supported every day by adopting a lifestyle that supports wellness.
Julie Reardon, MD
May 9 (W)
$35 (Includes lunch. Includes Julie’s eBook. Pre-registration required.)
as many of her patients call her, believes in a completely integrative
model in medicine. Her model is inclusive of practices designed to support health
in mind, body, and spirit. After receiving a Magna Cum Laude degree in Psychology
from Harvard University, she completed her medical training at The University of
Connecticut School of Medicine. She is a Fellow of the Arizona Center for Integrative
Medicine, having completed a two-year program of intense study under the leadership
of Dr. Andrew Weil. Dr. Reardon is also a proponent of functional medicine, which
addresses the underlying causes of disease. In addition to including the latest
evidence-based treatments in her practice, Dr. Reardon has turned to traditional
medicine and the ages-old wisdom found in other cultures to offer her patients
additional support. In addition to being trained in traditional Chinese acupuncture,
she is a Michael C. Rockefeller Memorial Fellow. She spent a year studying cultural wellness in Bangladesh in a
prestigious program offered to Harvard graduates. More recently Dr. Reardon acted as a primary care provider in
New Zealand where her focus was on the Maori population, including work in palliative care, geriatrics, pediatric
care and women’s health.