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ClownTown Healing is a joyous celebration promoting health and healing in community. It will take place for the second year in a row this February 24-26, 2017 at the Herberger Theater in Phoenix, Arizona. We will mobilize the entire communities health care resources to inspire people to becoming healthier.

Our motto is “Get Well Before You Get Sick” because we believe that the future of healthcare is about shifting from the interventional paradigm to one that’s based on prediction and prevention.

It’s time to take care of our own health. As a culture, we are developing the innovative technology to monitor virtually every health parameter, but we must also keep the human connection in medicine, that healing relationship is how we inspire people to wanting to become active participants in their own healing.

ClownTown Healing (CTH) is a practical model for promoting health in community. Clowns will bring together an entire cities healing resources to demonstrate how people can take charge of their personal and families health care needs.  ClownTown has a goal of inspiring people to participate in their own healthcare and to create healing communities – we heal better in community.

ClownTown Healing is an opportunity for people to learn, experience and gather information about the many ways there are to becoming healthier. CTH will be bringing together a wide variety of healthcare providers from insurance companies, hospitals, mental health counseling, dentistry, hospice, yoga, healing movement, art therapy, music, physical therapy, massage, healthy eating, resources for children, community resource agencies, schools and so much more.

Stay tuned for more information and join us in our third year (2018) of bringing this healing revolution to life!  

Last year we offered Seminars and Demonstrations such as:
• Facing a Life-threatening Illness or Injury, with Jason Schecterle
• Love as a Healing Strategy, by Patch Adams, MD
• The Difference between Healing and Curing, with Carl Hammerschlag, MD
• Bullying is No Bull, with Brad Snyder
• Athletes: The Heroes Journey, with Nick Lowery
• Rubber Chicken Soup for Geezers, A Senior’s Toolkit for Making the Most Out of Life, by John Glick, MD
• What Matters in the End, presented by Hospice of the Valley
• New Medical Technology: The Promise and Price, with David Beyda, MD
• A special performance by Detour Theater Company

As well as Healing Workshops such as
• Sound healing and gong rhythms
• Yoga and stretching for sore bodies
• Narrative therapy
• Mask making as a healing ritual
• Stress relief through breathing and movement
• Clowning 101