Ep244. The Missing Ingredient.

Stew Bittman

If you’re lacking passion, connection or purpose in your practice (or life) then today’s episode is for you.

20 years ago I came across a chiropractor called Stu Bittman and he changed my life as a chiropractor.  He embodied what it was like to live and practice chiropractic with HEART.

His calm and soothing voice emanated love, certainty and a presence that I have aspired to emulate ever since.

Today, he’s my guest on the podcast. Stu and I talked about most important ingredient that’s allowed him to have a tremendous career in chiropractic.

Stu shares stories of the old days and gives his thoughts on why chiropractors don’t see the miracles that they used to. 

This conversations was a real privilege for me and I hope you enjoy it too.

Thanks for all you do, keep saving lives.


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Stew and Hillary Bittman are published authors, international public speakers and workshop leaders, healers, coaches, spiritual leaders and peaceful warriors. Coming from an eclectic and extensive background of healing and spiritual traditions, they have inspired people all over the world with their practical message of hope and healing.

For almost 30 years, The Bittmans have lived their mission: to awaken the awareness of oneness between the spiritual and the physical.

They operated Safe Haven Chiropractic, a healing center based on donations only, for 23 years. Thousands of individuals and families were given the opportunity to embrace their gifts, pursue their dreams and find the peace and wholeness that reside within all of us.

Stew and Hillary travel the world teaching the principles of life and have participated in 6 chiropractic missions in Central America, bringing those principles to manifestation for literally hundreds of thousands of people.

The Bittmans are ordained Interfaith Ministers, and were the spiritual leaders of Unity at the Lake, a positive, trans-denominational, spiritual community in South Lake Tahoe, CA. They recently retired after 12 years in that ministry, and are eager to continue to carry their mission forward in new and exciting ways.

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