Nature Is Medicine
With Max Gilreath and Yvette Lyalyababaev
September 27 - October 4, 2019
Women | Men | All Adult Ages Welcome | No Children
Diagnosed with Cancer, Stages 1 to 4. Cancer Remission Stages 1 or 2
SPR Never Cancels Retreats, Regardless of the Number of Booking
Who We Are
We are not doctors. We offer a nonclinical integrative approach with your clinical treatment, to cancer and your wellbeing. Samasati a natural oasis for healing and transformation, nature is medicine.
The focus is on Mind | Body | Spirit balance for the integral being.
Clear your mind and spirit, through nature’s natural decompression chamber. Feel the stress and anxiety melt away, be present for deep relaxation and peace of mind.
Rest, let go and be, rest your mind and body that your spirit and peace are present and aware.
Breathe clear and clean air, take deep breaths and release anxiety. Know, understand and control the life-giving breath.
Rejuvenate, your passion, as you awaken, connect and transform. Be your inspiration.
Transform, take back what is lost, control your mind; body and spirit will follow.
Rainforest Therapy is proven to reduce stress, lower blood pressure, boost your immunity and promote healing.
10 Reasons Why Nature is the Best Medicine
1.The Closer to Nature, the Healthier You’ll Be
2.Nature Changes Your Brain – For the Better
3.Sunny Skies Give You Vitamin D…
4…And a Good Night’s Sleep
5.The Outdoors Can Help You Kiss Your Stress Goodbye
6.Nature has Astounding Healing Properties
7.Being Outside is Good for Your Mental Health
8.More Outdoor Activity Makes for a Fitter, Healthier You
9.Nature Heightens the Senses and Memory
10. Happiness – Pure and Simple
Now, how astounding is that?
Let’s face it, being in nature just makes people happier in general. The great outdoors changes brain chemistry in a positive way, improves mood, decreases stress, provides opportunities for fun, and is simply downright beautiful.
All this ends up making for a happier and, thus, healthier you.
-Earth Porm | March 30, 2019
Forest bathing enhances human natural killer activity and expression of anti-cancer proteins.
In order to explore the effect of forest bathing on human immune function, we investigated natural killer (NK) activity; the number of NK cells, and perforin, granzymes and granulysin-expression in peripheral blood lymphocytes (PBL) during a visit to forest fields. Twelve healthy male subjects, age 37-55 years, were selected with informed consent from three large companies in Tokyo, Japan.
The subjects experienced a three-day/two-night trip in three different forest fields. On the first day, subjects walked for two hours in the afternoon in a forest field; and on the second day, they walked for two hours in the morning and afternoon, respectively, in two different forest fields. Blood was sampled on the second and third days, and NK activity; proportions of NK, T cells, granulysin, perforin, and granzymes A/B-expressing cells in PBL were measured. Similar measurements were made before the trip on a normal working day as the control.
Almost all of the subjects (11/12) showed higher NK activity after the trip (about 50 percent increased) compared with before. There are significant differences both before and after the trip and between days 1 and 2 in NK activity. The forest bathing trip also significantly increased the numbers of NK, perforin, granulysin, and granzymes A/B-expressing cells. Taken together, these findings indicate that a forest bathing trip can increase NK activity, and that this effect at least partially mediated by increasing the number of NK cells and by the induction of intracellular anti-cancer proteins.
-Department of Hygiene and Public Health, Nippon Medical School, Tokyo. email@example.com
Shinrin-Yoku (Forest Bathing) and Nature Therapy: A State-of-the-Art Review
School of Nursing and Health Professions, University of San Francisco, 2130 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA 94901, USA
A before and after comparison of the effects of forest walking on the sleep of a community-based sample of people with sleep complaints
-Emi Morita,1 Makoto Imai,2 Masako Okawa,3 Tomiyasu Miyaura,4 and Soichiro Miyazaki3
Yoga & Meditation
Caribbean Night | Local Caribbean Cuisine | Salsa & Merengue Music
National Park | Water Falls | Chocolate Factory Tour
Optional Tours, Activities & Spa Services Available Upon Request
Alcohol is not served, but made available upon request
Optional Self-care Spa Services – https://www.samasati.com/spa-treatment-menu/
Round-trip travel from San Jose (SJO Airport or Hotel) – Private ground shuttle included, or Air shuttle optional.
Natural Health and Healing
Nutrition, Chronic Disease, and Health
Aging and Health
Experience an astonishing transformation, as you adventure through natures healing place. We Promise a lasting experience. It’s all about You!
Consult your physician for nature, out of doors based activities.
Physical limitations questionnaire will be provided.
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Max Gilreath Retreat Leader and SPR Founder After more than thirty (30) years of Executive Sales experience with Fortune 100 companies, Max Gilreath, SPR Founder experienced a layoff and became ill. The illness opened his eyes and mind to the poor state of his physical, emotional and spiritual being. While working with a Career Coach, he awakened to the desire to change his life and lifestyle choices, with a…
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Yvette tends to be a connector, a wallflower and a photographer. Her deep interest in humanity and spirituality keep her busy learning about our unity despite outward differences. Behind all this is a love of peace and peace-making. Always beginning with oneself. For many years she has been dreaming-up a community center in Miami. However, her need to get out and travel, expecting to never return to The States, led her…
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