Submitted by Ky Plaskon
More than 250 people, 20 speakers from all over the world and 25 exhibitors are registered for the BioRegenesis conference at the Grand Sierra Resort May 4th &5th, 2019.
“We want to educate and expose people to alternative and underground healthcare strategies,” says conference Director Marla Richardson. “Health secrets that are not really talked about – new up and coming advancements internationally.”
Speakers will cover topics including marine therapy, Infrared energy, metal detoxification, microbiome and trauma, vibrational living, exobiology and electro-magnetic frequency solutions.
“We have a holistic dentist who is going to be talking about energy medicine and his practice in Japan,” Richardson said adding that there will be a live Japanese translator for him and another in Spanish. One speaker from Malaysia will talk about use of stem cells for treatment of autism and down syndrome. Another doctor from Germany will talk about water.
“We want to create a space where people can see the research and the science behind some of these things that are being applied all over the world and are having success with so that we can see that they have
Conferences like this are held in many states, but this is the first and possibly the largest to come to Reno says Richardson. “It says that Reno is up and coming in this sort of world.” This is high praise since Richardson has attended many alternative health conferences around the US.
“You can go to a lot of these conferences and they are kind of boring and technical. Our goal is to include the consciousness aspect and how all of that plays in to health. It is going to have a little bit more of a tone of consciousness.”
Between speaking events, attendees can sip CBD-infused coffee, participate in yoga, experience sound healing, pop into an infrared sauna or simply enjoy music, lunch
Richardson says the organizer has met resistance in other cities promoting alternative medicine.
“If it is not the pharmaceutical western way, it is hard to get the word out,” Richardson says, but she has successfully appeared on several media outlets in Reno including Fox. That tells her something: “Reno is up and coming and ready for this type of conference.”
One-day admission starts at $249 but the 2-day rate for students is $99.