A Day with David Wolfe (and a Party Afterwards)

  • June 30, 2012 · 11:00 AM
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Ronnie Landis has invested a great deal of his time and energy into hosting David Wolfe in Walnut Creek on June 30th. The event consists of an complete day and an evening party. David Wolfe is rarely in the Bay Area. He is one of the rare proponents of unleashing the secrets of Chinese herbalism into our lives. I was able to attend one of his events about 2 years ago, and I only went because someone got me a ticket at a discount rate- and I decided to check him out. It was an unforgettable experience. I sampled this extraordinary tea that I knew would help anyone kick caffeine. It made me intensely curious about the ingredients in it and what they did for you. Two years later I have gotten every ingredient and have it daily. I also turned it on to my brother, and he was able to quit caffeine after having an awful addiction for years.

Seeing David is a rare treat although it is expensive. I can argue that you do get quite a bit for your money. The event is 12 hours long, Steve Adler will be there with his Sacred Chocolates, and Ronnie is renting a u-haul and going to Mount Shasta to get some of the best spring water for everyone to enjoy for free. David is always giving away lots of free things at his events, and his energy for life and optimism is infectious. He will sit there at breaks and answer any personal question you might have.  He is also bringing his Longevity Warehouse line, which has an entire line of herbal extracts and many other raw food goodies you’ll want. It will prove to be a great gathering of people and an event that might be life changing if not life-enhancing.

In addition, Bethanne and Christian will also be there, who generously offered their wealth of knowledge at two chocolate elixir meetups we had. They will be offering their wonderful elixirs at a tonic bar.

 

The tickets for the event sell for $75 a piece, but we can join together and get tickets for about $65 a piece. If you decide to go, and want to purchase tickets through this site, you need to tack on a $3 pay pal fee- so the tickets will go for $68 a piece. If you send me a check, there will be no Pay Pal fee, and you can get a ticket for $65.

 

The event itself is:

11 a.m.- 11 p.m. which includes the chocolate party

Daytime event 11:00 AM- 5:00 PM

The Night time party will begin from 6:30 PM-11:00 PM

The Chocolate Night Club After party will include a Chocolate Smoothie bar with super food elixirs along with music and dancing.

 

The price for the chocolate party alone is $20.

 

Since it is in Walnut Creek we will try to set up carpools. Let me know if you’re interested in carpooling when you register. I’m still having you pay to RSVP but just e-mail me if you’d prefer to send me a check.

Here's Ronnie's You Tube Promo of the Event

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  • Cherryl

    Fantastic!!! David Wolfe was great! Want to see more of him, please! Thanks for putting this together. My only issue was that it wasn't clear what was happening at the chocolate party & I left because I thought he wasn't going to be there.

    July 5, 2012

  • Ida

    David Wolfe, excellent! The party, not as much. I still had a really great time and I'm glad I went.

    July 2, 2012

  • Barbara

    Wondeful experience, learned a lot, exchanged ideas with my peers, energy very powerful. Met new people, the spring water was soooooooo good. Barbara

    July 1, 2012

  • Sabrina U.

    awesome, inspiring, informative, entertaining!

    July 1, 2012

  • Lena

    Thank you for the no late fee and credit card accommodations Ronnie, as I won't know until tomorrow morning if I can go :)

    1 · June 29, 2012

  • Nash

    Where do we pick up our tickets, or is it ticket less?

    1 · June 29, 2012

  • kristina

    I have a ticket for sale for $68. Please email me if interested: [masked]. thanks! Kristina

    June 29, 2012

  • Ronnie L.

    Last minute detail. We will NOT be charging an extra fee tomorrow morning for on site registration. It will be $75 and we will have online registration available to use your credit card if needed. Cash is always easier but we can accommodate either way!

    2 · June 29, 2012

  • Lynn

    You can pass on the email you used to email me. And yes, thank you, i'll print the ticket too!

    June 28, 2012

  • Darcy

    The important thing is to send an e-mail back so I have your address.
    On the left of the website you'll see "organizers" You can send me a message through that. Or reply to the e-mail I sent yesterday

    June 28, 2012

  • Lynn

    Hi Darcy,
    I'm not sure where to send my reply email--- is there a link or some way i can email you back?

    June 27, 2012

  • Ronnie L.

    Hi Joni,
    I cannot predict david's material but based on my experience with him I can ASSURE you it will not be redundant. David is constantly on the leading edge and strives to bring forth new information when we is able too. The talks he does at longevity are specifically designed for the theme and audience at those seminars. He changes it up when he presents in more intimate crowds, plus he is much more accessible in this environment so if you have any questions you can ask him directly.

    June 17, 2012

  • Joni Sare, C.

    Hi Ronnie, One of my members (of South Bay Raw) is wondering --- "I've never been able to attend, but I've been purchasing all the Longevity Now Conferences David Wolfe has been hosting every year. So I'm wondering whether he'll be covering anything new, or if, at this point, everything will be pretty redundant for me."

    June 16, 2012

  • Ronnie L.

    Yes you can register up to june 29th (friday). a day before the event. The day of the event we are only accepting cash and it's $90 at the door for late fee. Make sure you can register online as soon as your able too or handle it through Darcy.

    June 14, 2012

  • Darcy

    Ronnie told me that it would probably be okay if you RSVP'd late.
    I tried e-mailing you

    1 · June 14, 2012

  • Jillian

    Hi Ronnie -- Is there a cap on attendance? I can't register until just before because my friend and I may have another commitment, although we have a positive intention of coming! Thank you, Jillian

    1 · June 14, 2012

  • Jillian

    Hi there. This sounds like the best event ever. I've been trying to reach Darcy to ask her a question about it, but I'm not getting a response to my emails. Is there someone else I can reach out to? Darcy, are you around? Thanks,

    Jillian

    June 13, 2012

  • Ronnie L.

    Hi Sam,
    Meals are NOT included in the ticket cost. There will be food/product give aways through out the day. The tonic/smoothie bar will be around $10 and under I believe. You are welcome to bring any food you'd like to eat into the event. We tried to bring in a food vendor but it did'nt work out for the venue. The tonics/smoothies will be available all day and all night.

    June 12, 2012

  • Sam C.

    Are the meals throughout the day provided with the above cost? If not, how much approx. will food be for the day (per meal) in addition to the above mentioned cost? What about tonics in the evening? Roughly how much will the entire day cost, including meals?

    June 12, 2012

  • Nash

    Got to See David Wolf.
    I wonder if this meetup can arrange a trip to Mount Shasta some day in the future to go to the Springs?

    2 · June 10, 2012

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