This Week’s Guest

 Yael Calhoun, M.A., M.S., RYT

Listen in this Wednesday when my guest will be Yael Calhoun.  Yael is a long time writer and educator.  She is a writer and series editor for over a dozen books and various yoga instruction materials.  She taught in the Biology Department at Westminster College and in the University of Rhode Island’s College of Natural Resources Science. She is the co-founder and currently the Executive Director of GreenTREE Yoga, a charity dedicated to bringing the benefits of yoga to people of all ages.  Her education includes an undergraduate degree from Brown University, a Master’s of Arts in Education from SCSU, and a Master’s of Science from URI. She also is a registered yoga teacher through Yoga Alliance.  Join us Wednesday to find out more!

This Week’s Guest

Dr. Fish with his wife Gwena

This Wednesday I’ll be talking with Dr. Mel C. Fish. Dr. Fish received his Ph.D. in the field of Christian Counseling. In addition to that training, he has studied many modalities of natural healing, which he has integrated into his system of “Healing The Inner Self” which he discusses in his book of the same name.  According to Dr. Fish, his system is “ideal for those who want to eliminate the negatives from the past that seem to be blocking one’s progress.” Listen in this Wednesday to learn more, and you can visit Dr. Fish’s website here.

This Week’s Guest

Cindy Mytych

On the show Wednesday, November 17th I’ll be talking with Cindy Mytych. Cindy is extremely passionate about helping people uncover their true selves through
exploration of their hands. She has studied with the International Institute of Hand Analysis and has over 2,000 hours of study in chirology. She also has 10 years of experience with energy healing and is a Level 3 Certified Reconnective Healer. Cindy says she “loves to help people energetically to develop their full potential in order to live their divine purpose”. She currently meets with clients one-on-one throughout the Salt Lake valley, in addition to distance work over the phone. Cindy also teaches hand analysis classes covering various topics. Check out her web site and listen in this Wednesday to learn more!

Product Spotlight: Isagenix
Jim Phelon will be coming by to talk about Isagenix and how their products can help you “Cleanse, Replenish and Revitalize”. Listen in and visit the Isagenix website to find out more.

This Week’s Guest

Tommy Kirchoff

This Wednesday on the show I’ll be talking with Tommy Kirchoff about healing exercise. Tommy was born in 1972 and was an alpine ski racer in both high school and college.He began teaching skiing at age 15, and went on to coach his college race team and serve as club president. While in college, Tommy studied a number of physical education classes, including kinesiology. He began studying under healing exercise under Grandmaster Victor Fu in October 2003 and has practiced hard to become one of Master Fu’s top students. He’s been teaching Fu Style since 2004 and has a number of students here in Utah. In October 2010, Tommy’s abstract, A Study on How to Apply Tai Chi to Alpine Skiing was accepted into the International Congress on Science & Skiing. Visit the Healing Exercise website if you’d like to know more before the show, otherwise listen in on Wednesday as we chat about healing exercise!

Healing Balm Recipe from Aaron Dykstra

Here is the recipe for the healing balm/salve which Aaron Dykstra talked about on the show yesterday. Thanks Aaron!

Ingredients: (all measurements are approximate)
1/2 cup Cayenne – preferably the hot stuff: 180,000 heat units
1 pound ground herb
1 and 1/2 lbs of cocoa fat or any pure vegetable oil such as olive oil
4 ounces beezwax
Menthal crystals
Peppermint oil – (essential oil) must be therapeutic grade
Wintergreen oil – (essential oil) must be therapeutic grade
Eucalyptus oil – (essential oil) must be therapeutic grade

I would take a glass container, flat like a small casserol dish and cover the bottom with cayenne (at least a half cup or more), then i would put in enough oil to cover the cayenne by a 1/8-1/4 inch, then I would put it in the oven and if your light bulb keeps the oven warm leave it on, otherwise purchase a little oven lamp, and leave it in there to keep the oven warm with the cayenne and oil for a minimum of 24hrs, best if around 2-3 days so the oil has a chance to absorb more of the cayenne’s properties. Next you will strain the oil and cayenne mixture through cheescloth. To the equivalent of a cup and a half or two of finished oil I would add at least a tablespoon of menthal crystals, 15-20 drops peppermint oil, 1/4 bottle (15ml) wintergreen oil (this is a minimum, this is what really helps the salve penetrate and give that cool afterfeeling – I would personally add at least 1/3bottle but that is personal preferenc), and 20+ drops Eucalyptus oil, you kind of have to go by smell as they mix. Eucalytpus is strong, so dont add too much as it may overpower the other oils’ smells, but you will smell when it starts to be too much. Then you will shave in the beezwax (start with half an ounce and go up, dipping a spoon in after beezwax is disolved, letting it cool and then checking the consistency). Depending how solid or soft you would like it you will add or abstain from additional beezwax.

This Week’s Guest

Aaron Dykstra

Aaron Dykstra was born in Tacoma, Washington where he grew up in a family of 10. He graduated from Pierce College, in Washington with his associates degree and then went on to pursue his bachelors degree in Nursing at Brigham Young University. After graduating BYU, he is persuing a Doctorate in Nursing and is planning on furthering his career as a Family Nurse Practitioner specializing in Holistic therapy. Aaron is also a student at The School of Natural Healing where he has received his Family Herbalist Certificate as well as his Nutritional Herbalist Certificate. He plans on receiving his Master Herbalist degree from there as well.  He has also done extensive studies and practiced with a variety of essential oils and aroma therapy.  He has been studying herbs and nutrition for the past 5 years.   Aaron served an LDS mission in Porte Allegre, Brazil. He has been married for 2 1/2 years and has his first baby on the way.

Product Spotlight: Relìv

Brenda Park was raised in California, has lots of experience running her own business, and is currently working on a degree in Child Psychology.  She loves helping people and has always had a great sense of compassion for others which is why she loves Relìv.
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