This Week’s Guest

Karyn Grant

Join me Wednesday as I talk with Karyn Grant, known by some of her clients as “the singing massage therapist” or “The Joy Coach”.  Karyn  owns and operates The Cherishing Place, a place where she spends her time nurturing women and children with music, massage and aromatherapy.  Her greatest love is teaching parents to connect to their children through her process called, “The Lullaby Connection” which uses song and scent to bless and nurture those precious, primary relationships.  Listen in Wednesday to find out more!

This Week’s Guest

Darlene Braden, M.S.

Join me Wednesday as I chat with life coach Darlene Braden.  Darlene brings to her life coaching clients a breadth of knowledge and practical experience. She draws from a wide variety of personal empowerment tools ranging all the way from Eastern philosophy to modern, tangible techniques. She helps her clients to address issues on a behavioral level with external challenges, or on a deeper level concerning unconscious awareness. Darlene holds an M.S. in Counseling Studies with a focus on marriage and family. She has also received certifications as a Clinical Hypnotherapist, Master Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner, NLP Health Practitioner, and Reiki Master.  She currently has a private practice in Sandy, Utah which you can learn more about at her website.  Tune in Wednesday to join the conversation!

This Week’s Guest

Alfred Hanser
This Wednesday I’ll be talking with GIA Wellness CEO and Co-founder, Alfred Hanser. Alfred will be talking about the company’s patented life-enhancing water technology, developed as a result of Soviet research after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. I-H2O has been shown to have marked health benefits that have been underscored by recent developments in Japanese anti-aging research and supported by recent Nobel Prize winning science.
Mr. Hanser will also address the impact of electromagnetic radiation and environmental toxins on health, as well as new bio-energetic technologies and solutions for living well in the wireless age. He will explain to us how GIA Wellness products ensure optimal hydration, improved cellular energy, resilience and support for cellular recovery and repair. Join us this Wednesday to find out more!Related Links:
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This Week’s Guests

Dayna Carlson

This Wednesday I’ll be having two guests on the show, Dayna Carlson and Taylor Lamont, and we’ll be discussing structural integration.  Dayna Carlson began her bodywork career as a student at the Utah
College of Massage Therapy (UCMT) in 2009.  After graduation, Dayna attended The Structural Integration Institute headed by Taylor Lamont studying a number of the techniques we’ll be talking about on the show.  Upon graduation from SII, Dayna has maintained a private practice in West Jordan, Utah, specializing in Structural Integration, Neurofascial Unwinding, Cranial Sacral Therapy and Massage. She continues to study holistic approaches to healing and wellness through continuing education and strives to gain her full potential in bodywork.

Taylor Lamont

Taylor Lamont is a Licensed Massage Therapist, and specializes in Structural Integration or Alignment Therapy.  He began his career in bodywork working with various athletes in and around Salt Lake City.   Taylor is both a bodyworker and an educator.  He is the Founder and Director of Education at The Structural Integration Institute in Salt Lake City, where he teaches the Lamont Method of Alignment Therapy to other Massage Therapists.  The Lamont Method utilizes all the principles and techniques Taylor has found most successful throughout his career, and focuses on helping the body to work as effortlessly as possible with gravity.  Taylor also maintains his full-time private practice within the institute, and is continually researching new approaches to improving health.

Join us on Wednesday as we talk and learn about structural integration with a current practitioner (Dayna) as well as the developer (Taylor).  See you then!