Lynn Telford, MA, Certified Money Coach. Lynn helps women solve their money problems, break through money barriers and live their dreams. She does this with the 4 Step Money Coaching System that quickly illuminates patterns, beliefs and obstacles that get in the way of reaching your full financial potential.
Can you relate to these money mistakes that many women make? Underearn, overwork, overservice clients, overshop or overspend, have too much debt and don’t save enough for the future. Lynn conducts Women’s Money Circles and Individual and Couples Money Coaching.
Lynn is also the author of the “hit” book (NY Daily News) Intentional Joy: How to Turn Stress, Fear & Addiction into Freedom and The Greatest Change of All,A spiritual novel about women managing the changes of life with fun, food and connection. Both are available at www.coachingmodesto.com or Amazon or B & N and now on Kindle or Nook.
Lynn speaks nationally about topics such as “3 Steps to Turn Financial Stress into Freedom,” or “Mind Over Money.”
Learn about Your Money Type by taking the FREE Money Quiz at www.coachingmodesto.com (look for the Money Tree) and receive a complimentary 15 minute phone session to discuss results. (209) 492-8745
Jan Noble, HHScEd, founded the Holistic Life Institute in 1998, offering state-registered programs in Holistic Health Sciences and Reiki Therapeutic Touch. In 1999, the institute expanded its curriculum to include Certified Massage Therapy. The following year, the programs were further expanded to include advanced training in Eastern Massage modalities, advanced Holistic Health Consultant training and advanced Holistic Health Practitioner training. Originally a 125 hour program, the courses now offer up to 1000 hours of certified career training.. Holistic Life Institiute programs are CA-BPPE Approved and CAMTC Approved.
Jan is a Certified Nutri-Escience Practitioner from the American College of Nutripathy in Arizona . She trained for four years in the science of essential nutrition before opening her first day spa in Brigantine NJ . Originally from Oakdale , CA , Jan moved back to her hometown in 1994 and studied science and biology for three years at CSUS as a pre-requirement for establishing her practice and, eventually, her institute. Prior to her training in Arizona , Jan was the state supervisor for Gloria Marshall Figure Salons for California , supervising weight-loss salons from Stockton to San Diego . In 2007, she published her weight-loss book – “FigureShaping, The Completely Natural Weight-Loss Protocol” and in June 2010 published her second book “Home with God: The Restoration of Your Spiritual Soul.”
Prabhu Mayo has had a Wholeistic Healing practice in Avery since 1984. She practices several healing modalities to assist patients in becoming balanced in Body, Mind, and Spirit. Among these modalites are: Chinese and Western herbal medicine, NAET allergy elimination, Qi Gonghealing, both with touch and without, and Nutritional evaluation and support. Also, using these to assess any hormone imbalances. Professional training in Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine , NAET and Nutritional study is ongoing. Since 1974 she has studied and practiced with masters in the healing movements and martial arts of China , namely Tai Chi and Qi Gong. A special emphasis is placed on Meditation for stress reduction and taming the mind as a support for health. Evaluation is done thru lab tests such as saliva, hair and blood as well as Muscle Testing and evaluating pulses/tongue. Her practice not only encompasses the use of the above modalities but also counseling life-style changes that can promote better health and a tranquil spirit. She enjoys working with people who are open to making healthful changes in their lives and are willing participants in the healing process.
The Choku-Rei Center, John Welsh and Bret Lampman are Certified Massage Therapists and Holistic Health Practitioners. Their vision in establishing The Choku-Rei Center was to provide a true wellness center and community-based educational resource for the Central Valley.
The Center gets its name from the Reiki symbol “choku-rei”, which means “the Power of God, be here now”. The name is a reminder that healers do not cure; they assist others in their own healing. The Center’s mission statement reads, in part: We offer others, and ourselves, the means to reconnect with vitality, health and longevity through counseling, bodywork, education, community networking, realization of core values and connection to purpose.
The Center offers a holistic experience where healing on all levels can take place. Massage and bodywork focus on helping others to relieve chronic or daily discomforts, such as sciatica, low back pain, neck and shoulder issues, chronic fatigue, nervous tension, headaches and migraines, symptoms of carpal-tunnel syndrome, plantar fasciitis and other physical limitations. The Center also has specialists in shiatsu, cranial-sacral therapy and Aston-Patterning movement therapy.
In addition, The Center offers six-month and twelve-month holistic health counseling. When clients are ready to embrace lifestyle changes and move from a state of slow debilitation to health, wellness and joy, this service can be invaluable. Modern nutrition is a major obstacle to good health and wellness. Evidence of this is the skyrocketing incidence of heart disease, diabetes, compromised immunity and a host of other issues from depression and dementia to celiac disease, IBS and an alarming increase in cancer. As always, good information and assistance is the key to being well.
The Choku-Rei Center also offers classes in yoga, Tai Chi and Tibetan Rites. Prospective students of the energy healing system of Reiki can receive instruction, too. Monthly informational seminars are offered on subjects such as the benefits of organic produce, the dangers of aspartame and water fluoridation, self-treatment for trigger points and the nature of healing.
Cheryl Canfield counsels individuals and groups. She is an author, peace proponent (inner as well as outer), and nationally-known speaker and workshop leader.
With our conscious minds we can reason and decide to change certain patterns and behavior, but without changing subconscious misconceptions and disempowering beliefs, deeply ingrained habit patterns can sabotage our efforts.
As we learn to access the deeper parts of our mind we can uncover and uproot disempowering beliefs in the subconscious, the seat of memories, emotions and habit patterns; and gain confidence and direction from the superconscious, a source of intuition, inner guidance and wisdom, for the attainment of positive change and transformation.
An instructor at the Hypnotherapy Training Institute in Corte Madera, near San Francisco, Cheryl has a wide range of expertise in the field. A clinical hypnotherapist and wellness counselor since 1993, she has taught at many International Hypnotherapy Conferences. Her book, Profound Healing, won an award for excellence in professional literature at an American Council of Hypnotherapist Examiners conference in 2011.
Trish Salvatore is a licensed/certified massage therapist, has a BA from Mills College and is a graduate of the Bancroft School of Massage. She has 22+ years experience, has attended over 25 workshops/conferences and completed over 2000 course work hours. In 2009, Trish completed her certification as a Holistic Health Educator from the Holistic Life Institute.
Integra Therapies utilizes many therapy/massage techniques including: Swedish, Shiatsu and Sports. Trish is trained in Pilates mat work and is certified in the Arvigo technique of Mayan Abdominal Massage. Her diverse clients include members of professional sports teams, performing artists, referred patients, show business personalities and many others.
Trish’s massage teaching experience includes: body awareness instruction, Bancroft School of Massage; workshops in introductory massage, Concert Dance Company, Boston; instruction in birth recovery for mothers/newborns, prenatal tone-up and birth preparation, infant massage and stress reduction at the Stockton Ballet School; and instruction in aqua-aerobics/aqua-yoga at In-Shape Health Clubs.
She was the founder and director of the former Birthstone service in Lincoln Center – an organization that provided childbirth education for the emerging family. Trish also has served as an instructor at Stockton’s Touch For Health massage school.
Juanita Vierra R.N., C.T.M.P. Certified Aston-Patterner, Craniosacral Therapist
Juanita has 10 years of bodywork experience and over 30 years as a registered nurse. She became interested in bodywork after suffering a neck injury and fibromyalgia over 15 years ago. Traditional therapies were of no help to her. Structural bodywork, massage and craniosacral work allowed her to return to the work force.
In 1998, Juanita graduated from Touching For Health School of Professional Bodywork. She became certified in Aston-Patterning in 2004 because it offered more than just bodywork. Aston Patterning offers client education to maintain what was accomplished during the therapy session.
In addition, Juanita has also completes a 700 hour Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Course, approved by the Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America, though Lifeshapes. She also has additional training in trauma healing.
Juanita is an instructor at Touching for Health School of Professional Bodywork, where she has developed classes in craniosacral therapy and fibromyalgia for massage students.
Her bodywork consists of a strong emphasis on client education and strategies for restructuring daily activities to accomodate physical challenges and reduce painful episodes. Her philosophy is to empower clients with self management tools and education that permits greater functional ability. http://mindbodyandme.com/aston.html
Village Yoga Center, McHenry Village, Modesto Ca (209) 578-5441
Debbie Wolski ERYT 500: STUDIO OWNER and trainer
Debbie discovered Yoga in 1971, as a remedy for back pain due to a condition called Scoliosis. Scoliosis is a lateral curvature of the spine. “My doctor assured me that by the time I was 30, I would be riddled with arthritis and possibly confined to a wheelchair,” she recalls.That was nearly 40 years ago! Thanks to a consistent Yoga practice, Debbie’s condition has improved rather than declined.
A fitness professional since 1980, she launched Yoga programs in every fitness facility and health club in the Modesto area. In 1997, Debbie filmed 12 episodes of “Yoga Magic”, a television show that aired on Modesto’s public access station on cable. In 2000, she opened Modesto’s first Yoga studio, Village Yoga Center, in McHenry Village, offering over 30 classes a week.
In 2001 she created The Art of Yoga, a school registered with Yoga Alliance offering 200 and 500 hour Teacher Training and certification programs. She is a certified personal trainer, as well as a certified Yoga and Pilates instructor.
Classes offered: Yoga: Beginning , Gentle, Yoga Lite, Intermediate , Advanced , Pre-Natal , Kids Yoga , Meditation ,Nia Dance, Zumba, Pilates
Maureen Minnehan Jones
Maureen graduated from Mercy School of Nursing in Des Moines, Iowa in 1973. After working emergency room, surgery, orthopedics, psychiatric, medical floor, oncology, outpatient surgery, hospice, and home health care she turned to learning and teaching holistic and alternative methods of care and healing.
She continued her education at California State University, Stanislaus working on her bachelor’s degree in nursing for two years. She completed courses in guided imagery, acupressure, reflexology, polarity, emotional anatomy, human behavior, kinesiology, and advanced anatomy and physiology.
Maureen became a Certified Massage Therapist in 1997. During this training, she learned she could feel the energy of the human body. She became a Guided Imagery Practitioner and has continued courses in this field.
Maureen worked as a hospice volunteer in 1982 and for over a year, she facilitated weekly grief classes for teenagers. She is also an experienced labyrinth facilitator and integrates this spiritual tool for healing into her work with clients.
She is a current member of the American Holistic Nurses Association, the Association For Humanistic Psychology, Imagery International and Associated Body Work and Massage Professionals.
At age forty-three, Maureen experienced a devastating divorce which catapulted her out of her ordinary life and into a remarkable journey of self-healing. Six months after the divorce she went in for her annual physical and found out her blood work was abnormal and she was referred to an oncologist. Her oncologist stated that from her symptoms and blood work that she may have a rare blood disorder.
By developing a process called the MO (Modus Operandi) Technique she released the abnormal symptoms out of her body and has had normal blood work for twelve years. This process helped her see why and how disease develops in the body. Maureen has written a book the missing piece to complete healing, which sets a new paradigm for understanding how disease originates in the body and how our emotions trigger disease in the body, the emotional root cause of several diseases and the soul discoveries of disease. http://maureenminnehanjones.com