The CaPLESS Retreat
What is the CaPLESS Retreat?
The CaPLESS Retreat is a 2 ½ day immersion with Dr. Geo and his team designed to teach men and their life partner how to live their best life after prostate cancer. This unique event was developed to help you understand why your prostate cancer diagnosis is an opportunity, not a death sentence, and learn the science and application of the lifestyle that will help you live longer and stronger.
What is the LIFE of the CaPLESS retreat?
Learn Implement Fun Engage
- Learn the basics of how prostate cancer works
- The science of treating the terrain
- Discover how meditation works
- Update on the best foods to eat and others to stay away from
- The Science (using human language) on how the CaPLESS Method works
- What are the best workouts that give you the most return on your time
- Why yoga helps keep you well
- The mindset of a CaPLESS Thriver
You will not only learn, you will also apply.
- How to create delicious high rating meals [CaPLESS Eats- Food Rating System]
- Practice the exercises that are specific to your age and current level of fitness
- Habits and techniques to calm your mind for better stress tolerance
- Sleep hacks to improve your snooze
There will be lots of fun and time for laughter. After all, laughter is medicine. Plus, we will have a great time at our theme party :)
Building community amongst fellow CaPLESS thrivers is a cornerstone of this event. For this unforgettable weekend, we will be family and share special moments together.
WHO IS THE CaPLESS RETREAT FOR?
The CaPLESS Retreat is for men and his partner who are serious about regaining and rebuilding their body after prostate cancer.
- High PSA, not diagnosed.
- Strong prostate cancer family history
- On Active Surveillance
- Recurrence risk reduction after prostate cancer treatment
- Undetectable or low PSA after prostate cancer treatment and poor overall health
- Rising PSA after prostate cancer treatment
- Prostate cancer recurrence after treatment
- On Hormone (Androgen Deprivation) therapy, i.e., Lupron, Abiraterone (Zytiga), Casodex, Enzalutamide (Xtandi), etc.