UNSTOPPABLE: Iraq War Vet Turns Obstacles into Opportunities & Victims to Victors
Female Marine Corps Intel Officer Reveals the Mindset Secrets to Catapult from “Survival to Thrival”…and Announces Book Launch
San Diego, CA – Saturday December 1st, 2012 – JUST ROLL WITH IT BOOTCAMP – Former Marine Corps Intel Officer and trauma survivor, Sarah Plummer, (aka: Semper Sarah) is leading a transformative and outrageously inspirational one-day boot camp, designed to equip participants with the tools to start living a happier, healthier, and more successful life that very day!
The Semper Sarah Mission is to inspire, instruct, and empower you to get “unstuck” after a traumatic event or difficult time in your life so that you can create a ridiculously happy, healthy, and successful life in school, business, and beyond that will end up being even more fulfilling and exciting than the life you had before that crappy event happened! The bootcamp is open to anyone who has experienced the effects of stress, trauma, and grief on the mind, body, and spirit. Americans are overworked, overstressed, and unhealthy; 70% of adults nation-wide have experienced some type of trauma; soldiers are returning from war or leaving the service and then committing suicide at rates higher than combat deaths; and a majority of our population is overmedicating for pain and depression and losing faith in their deeper purpose. “It is imperative to learn simple, healthy alternatives to improve our health, energy, and vitality,” said Sarah Plummer,” keynote speaker and founder of the Just Roll With it Bootcamp. “The goal of the bootcamp is to show participants that once someone regains their sense of intuition about their own health and happiness, they will be empowered to discover their path to true success.”
The idea for the bootcamp came to Sarah after returning from Iraq and battling the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and sexual trauma. She realized she could help others by sharing her road back to health. Participants will gain a greater understanding of how to make realistic yet unique changes that will reduce the stress, suffering, or unhappiness in their lives.
“There are so many resources for health beyond the typical medication, old-school therapy, or unhealthy and destructive outlets,” says Sarah. She emphasizes that you must be healthy in order to heal, and so the event is filled not only with inspiration but also with practical instruction to support attendees as they move forward in their lives. Nationally recognized speakers in the fields of leadership, overcoming adversity, and mindfulness therapies will join Sarah for this transformational event: Larry Broughton, award-winning serial entrepreneur, author, and former special forces operator; Matt Patterson, award-winning author and speaker, USAF veteran; Dan Stover, Tedx rockstar and integrated leadership coach; and Kate Hendricks, USMC veteran and expert in the science behind healing techniques such as yoga and meditation.
Event participants will have first access to Sarah’s new book, Just Roll with It: Stop Comparing, Competing, and Self-Defeating which will be released at the event. Kristine Carlson, co-author of the New York Times best-selling Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff series, says “this book will inspire you to personal greatness, challenge you to transform absolutely every area of your life, and dare you to love the life you live.”
To sign up for the bootcamp, go to www.JustRollWithItBootcamp.com. Space is limited. +In conjuction with our partnership with non-profit group, Team Red White & Blue, there is funding available for a limited number of veterans to attend for free. Please follow up with Kate Hendricks at email@example.com if need financial assistance and are military, veteran, or a military spouse.
Everyone’s looking for the perfect teacher, but although their teachings might be divine, teachers are all too human, and that’s something people find hard to accept. Don’t confuse the teacher with the lesson, the ritual with the ecstasy, the transmitter of the symbol with the symbol itself. Paulo Coelho
About Sarah: Sarah Plummer, former Marine Corps Intel Officer, certified Yoga Instructor, five-time U.S. Military Olympian, Holistic Health Coach, and keynote speaker is leading the JRWI bootcamp. Having been struck by lightning, hit by a car, battled PTSD, and survived Military Sexual Trauma, she can empathize with those who feel “stuck.” She lives in Denver and has a private practice, coaching clients on how to reach their goals for stress reduction, health, happiness, and successful trauma recovery. Additionally, she presents workshops on healthy and balanced lifestyle, overcoming obstacles, teamwork, success, and leadership.
–> VIP add-on option is available, as well. For only $50 more you get a free copy of Sarah’s book, preferred seating at the main event, and dinner out on the town with the speakers.
–> To read more about the benefit of these types of live events, please see article posted by Grow Soul Beautiful HERE
Phone: (760) 969-3216
Combat-tested USMC Captain; Holistic Health Coach, Certified Yoga Instructor, Author, Speaker, and Trainer
7592 E 28th Ave, #5
Denver, CO 80238
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PTSD General Stats
- 70 % of adults in the U.S have experienced some type of traumatic event, at least once in their lifetimes. That’s 223.4 million people.
- Up to 20% of these people go on to develop PTSD. As of today, that’s 31.3 million people who have had or are struggling with PTSD.
- An estimated 1 out of 10 women develops PTSD; women are about twice as likely as men.
- Among people who are victims of a severe traumatic experience 60-80% will develop PTSD.
- 50% of all outpatient mental health patients have PTSD!
- Somewhat higher rates of this disorder have been found to occur in African Americans, Hispanics, and Native Americans, as compared to Caucasians in the United States.
- Lifetime occurrence (prevalence) in combat veterans 10-30%.
- In the past year alone the number of diagnosed cases in the military jumped 50%– and that’s just diagnosed cases.
- Studies estimate that 1 in every 5 military personnel returning from Iraq and Afghanistan has PTSD.
- 20 % of the soldiers who have been deployed in the past 6 years have PTSD. That’s over 300,000.
- 17% of combat troops are women; 71% of female military personnel develop PTSD due to sexual assault within the ranks.