This is a flyer I received by Email. I have followed his protocol for about 3-4 weeks now and have felt some serious improvements in my everyday living. I endorse him wholeheartedly.
Howard Shifke fully recovered from Parkinson’s disease using a methodology he developed called the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery™. He will be presenting a one-day workshop in Tampa on February 16, 2013. The workshop will be from 10am to 5pm, and will include an explanation of his philosophy of Parkinson’s, development of the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery™ during his recovery, and general explanation of the Recipe and how and why it works; questions and answers; lunch break, where lunch will be provided; demonstration of the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery™, including assisting participants understand how to do the Recipe, plus modifying the exercises to meet with participants’ individual needs or physical limitations, if any. Cost: $100. Cost includes: workshop, lunch, free parking, Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery™ Manual (complete manual with photographs demonstrating every position of the entire physical part of the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery™). Location: The Carrollwood Cultural Center, Meeting Room II, 4537 Lowell Road, Tampa, FL 33618, (Free parking). For more information and registration, go to fightingparkinsonsdrugfree.... and click the “Workshops” tab, or barcode scan this QR code:
Parkinson’s disease is considered a progressively degenerative neurological disease from which there is no cure. Howard was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2009. Rather than accept the current prognosis of Parkinson’s, Howard decided to fight the disease and he developed his methodology know as the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery™. On June 12, 2010, Howard became fully recovered, symptom-free, and his neurologist has confirmed Howard’s full recovery.
Howard has posted his Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery™ on his web site free of charge, and he has been coaching Parkinson’s sufferers around the world in his methodology of Parkinson’s recovery. So far, two others have fully recovered, and many more are in stages of symptom reversal and recovery.