2022 Clinician’s Retreat & Training in Colorado

Love, Serve, & Succeed – August 26-30th, 2022


Our 7th Annual Love, Serve & Succeed Clinicians’ Training & Retreat

August 26-30, 2022

Sunrise Ranch Conference & Retreat Center, Loveland, Colorado

The Gaeta Institute holds Colorado retreats for clinicians each year, in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.

Join us in a beautiful natural setting, for high-level clinical & business training, personal rejuvenation, and warm connection with like-minded colleagues!

Your Experience

What you will learn?

There are three areas of learning, including Clinical, Business and Self-Development.

Why you should attend this training?

Health professionals of all disciplines. Past participants have said this training helped them to feel confident clinically, clear about next steps to grow themselves and their business, and rejuvenated by nourishing time with like-minded colleagues.

What is included?

Five days of clinical and business development in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains at the stunning 300-acre conference center and organic farm, Sunrise Ranch. This cost includes and you will register for accommodations and farm-to-table meals directly with Sunrise Ranch and range from $260 to $732, based on the type of accommodation.

18 hours of clinical and business development training


Michael Gaeta, DAOM

Erin Winters, Yoga Instructor, 500 ERYT

Angela Grace, MA, Business Coach

Monica Corrado, MA, GAPS and Ancestral Foods Chef and Instructor

Scott Sherr, MD

Bob Ewing

Jane Anetrini, DC

Event Schedule & Program – In Progress

Friday, August 26

Suggested arrival at Denver International Airport (DIA) by 2pm

4-5pm: arrival, check in, settle into your room, tour the grounds

5:50-6:00pm: Sunrise Ranch orientation – Pavillion

6pm: Opening Dinner

730-9:30: Opening Session – bring a journal – journals also available in the Pavilion office


Saturday, August 27

730am: Breakfast

8:30-8:50am: Yoga with Erin Winters

9am-9:30: Bob Ewing Attunement session

9:30-12pm: Clinical Training with Michael – Tongkat Ali

Clinical Training with Michael – The Master Sequence

12-3pm: Lunch and free time

3-4pm: Scott Sherr, MD on Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

4-5:30pm: Erin Winters on External Marketing

5:30-6pm: Michael on Internal Marketing, Walking the Charts, Asking for Referrals

6pm: Dinner

730-9:30ish pm (leave together from classroom at 730): Evening Session at the Fire Pit. Dress with layers – may get chilly

Sunday, August 28

7:30am: Breakfast

8:30-8:50am: Yoga with Erin Winters

9am-12pm: Gather in classroom at 9am, prep and leave for Group Hike

12-3pm: Lunch and free time

3-4pm: Jane Anetrini, DC on the Healing Relationship

4-6pm: Meat Stock: The One Pot Meal that Heals: nutrition & cooking class with Monica Corrado – pavilion dining room and Yellow Kitchen

6pm: Dinner

7:30-9:30pm: Evening Session – Treatment Exchange


Monday, August 29

7:30am: Breakfast

8:30-8:50am: Yoga with Erin Winters

9am-12pm: Business Training with Angela Grace

12-3pm: Lunch and free time

3-6pm: Clinical Training

6:30pm: Leave from Pavilion at for 7pm Dinner in town, at Sushi Jooa

Tuesday, August 30

7:30am: Breakfast

830-9am: check out at front desk

9am-12pm: Final training with Michael; Reintegration; Next Steps

Closing session & group photo

12:15pm: Lunch – final group meal

Plan for flight departures from DIA after 5pm if possible


Michael Gaeta, DAOM, MS, CDN
The purpose of The Gaeta Institute for Wholistic Health Education, and The Gaeta Clinic for Chinese and Functional Medicine, is to co-create a world of vital, resilient people who find fulfillment through positive contribution, and choose a lifestyle of “nature first, drugs last”. To do this, Dr Michael Gaeta works with natural health professionals who want to improve their patient care and practice success, and patients who choose a wholistic approach to improving their quality of life. Michael holds licenses in acupuncture, dietetics-nutrition and massage therapy, and is a doctor of acupuncture and Oriental medicine in Rhode Island. He earned his Master of Science degree in acupuncture from the New York College of Health Professions, where he was a faculty member for ten years. He has earned other degrees in massage therapy, Asian bodywork therapy, and health sciences. Michael served on the faculty of six acupuncture colleges over 24 years. Dr Gaeta has trained 20,000 health professionals over his 29 years as an educator, including 22 years of teaching for Standard Process as one of their top national speakers. Michael’s teaching is informed by 33 years of successful family practice. He co-founded Acupuncture for Veterans, which provided free treatments in New York City. Michael is past president of the Acupuncture Society of New York, earning awards for State Association President and State Association of the Year. He appeared on the CBS Early Show and NBC News, and his wellness podcast attracted over 100,000 subscribers. Michael’s first career was as a pianist and composer, which is now a nourishing hobby. With nine guest faculty, Michael offers the Clinician’s Mastermind Circle (cliniciansmastermind.com), a one-year certification program in natural functional medicine, and several online courses in upgrading clinical and business success. Dr Gaeta is also active in promoting vaccine choice and informed consent. More at michaelgaeta.com.