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Tap Into Your Body To See The Factors Needed To Bring it Back To Balance What is BioEnergetic Assessment?

BioEnergetic Assessment (BEA) is a cutting edge, non-invasive, highly comprehensive tool that utilizes a computer-based system of testing to measure “pathways” of energy called meridians which flow through the body. BEA will detect imbalances within this flow system and will assist the practitioner in creating an individualized healing solution utilizing nutrition, homeopathics, and/or botanical remedies to restore balance. The body’s flow system can be compromised by a variety of toxins such as bacteria, viruses, parasites, molds, fungi, pesticides, vaccinations, heavy metals, food additives, candida, allergies, and industrial pollutants.

What is the history of BioEnergetic Assessment?

In the early 1950s a German medical doctor, anatomy and physiology professor, and acupuncturist named Dr. Reinhold Voll discovered through his research the relationship between the level of energy flow within the body and the health of organs and different systems by testing acupressure points on the feet and hands. Voll theorized that energy readings higher than normal signify

an acute inflammatory condition and lower readings relate to degenerative tissue damage and thus ElectroAcupressure according to Voll was born or (EAV).

Why BioEnergetic Assessment?

BioEnergetic Assessment provides detailed information into a wide range of health-related issues. The value of the BEA should not be underestimated. Health imbalances may present themselves in the electromagnetic field before they manifest as physical symptoms. BEA can be used in conjunction with other health tests such as blood, urine, saliva, and hair to determine a customized protocol to return the body to state of balance. The BEA process is one of the most exciting tools in the field of integrative health care because of its flexibility in identifying a specific and wide range of energetic imbalances.

What can I expect during BioEnergetic?

The process of BEA testing is non-invasive and painless. Due to its comprehensive nature, BEA is an essential component to my client’s wellness programs. Although BEA is not a diagnostic tool, you will find the indications of the screening process to be vital to maintain your optimal health. Nancy Spahr has been a holistic Health practitioner in Indianapolis for 17 Years at Cleansing Waters, LLC as a colon hydrotherapist which led to her discovery and passion of bioenergetic analysis. She has used the Avatar for 9 years to help people of all ages find ways to overcome their health challenges.

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Treat Yourself with Compassion Change is tough. When women set goals that they don’t accomplish, they end up “beating themselves up.” They may be frustrated with different aspects of their life including their jobs, their parenting, and their relationships. As a result, they become self-critical. Women have higher standards for themselves and Carol Juergensen Sheets oftentimes evaluate unrealistically. They don't believe they work hard enough, and they constantly assess their performance and believe it wasn't good enough. This has many ramifications for their selfesteem, their performance and success. The truth of the matter is that women need to be kinder and gentler to themselves. They need to practice more selfcompassion. Whenever I meet a woman who is overly critical, I explain to her that her self-criticism makes it difficult for her to believe in herself and that her criticism makes it difficult to change. You see one thing we know about change and success is that people are more likely to do better when they feel they are competent and capable to do so. This means that they have to look at what is going right in their life as opposed to what is not. They have to have a certain level of self-esteem before they can actualize their potential. I know you may have learned the change really only occurs when you are “sick and tired of being sick and tired,” leaving you feeling fed up with a certain aspect of your life. But in reality, there has to be some sense of mastery and belief in yourself to make changes happen. Good self-care means that you appreciate your strengths and build

upon them to tweak whatever it is you believe needs to change. I know many a client who has ruminated about how they looked or about how unhappy they were in a relationship and in actuality these feelings have immobilized them from creating a healthier life. One of the first steps to change is accepting things exactly as they are. As difficult as it may be, I encourage people to appreciate their life regardless of their circumstances. • Are you 30 pounds overweight come? Can you still see those things that are beautiful about your body despite the fact that you 30 pounds overweight? • Are you in an unhappy relationship? Can you still find positive things about the relationship to focus on while you decide what you're going to do in relationship? • Do you hate your job and dream of finding a new one every single day? While you are in that job, it's important to focus on what you like so that you can enjoy what's in the present when you look at building a different future. When you're able to create both of these realities at the same time you're much more likely to actualize your life and make it different. This means you are actually happier in the present time and are able to strategize how to fine-tune your situation so that you can accept the imperfect and embrace self-compassion. But this means that you stop being so hard on yourself and start noticing the positives that surround you regardless of your situation. I would invite you for the next 30 days to spend at least five minutes every day focusing on something that you would like to change while remaining positive about your current status. That means noticing the inherent strengths in each situation with self-compassion. This will be the necessary ingredient to empower you to change!

Carol Juergensen Sheets LCSW PCC is a psychotherapist and personal life coach. She does motivational speaking and empowerment trainings locally and nationally. To find out more about her services--contact her at www.carolthecoach.com or call her at 317 218-3479. You can watch Carol the Coach segments on WTHR’s Channel 13 Wednesdays @ 12:50PM.

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WERE YOU HIT BY A SEMI, A BOX TRUCK OR A COMMERCIAL VEHICLE? DON’T BE INTIMIDATED – INSTEAD, PROECT YOURSELF HIRE LINDA H. HAVEL – A TRUSTWORTHY ATTORNEY WHO CARES The fatality rate per 100 miles traveled is almost double for large trucks than for all other vehicles. Are you someone who has been seriously injured by a truck driver? Was a loved one killed by the senseless and careless act of a semi? Are you afraid to go up against a large trucking company? Don’t be. The actions of truck drivers and the motor carriers who employ them are highly regulated in the United States. Read on and become educated. You are entitled to protection and compensation.

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations: In 1935, Congress passed the Motor Carrier Act which authorized the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) to regulate interstate trucking. What resulted was the enactment of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR) located at 49 CFR§ 350-399. Indiana has codified the FMCSR and applies the regulations regardless of whether a carrier is traveling intrastate (within the state) or interstate (across state lines). The purpose of the FMCSR is to stop motor carriers from avoiding liability for serious injuries caused by their truck drivers. The regulations accomplish this goal not only by applying the regulations to independent contractors who are considered under certain circumstances to be “employees” of motor carriers, (§390.5), but also by penalizing the misuse of alcohol or use of controlled substances by drivers of commercial motor vehicles. (§382.101).

Requirements an Employer/ Motor Carrier Must Execute Before and After Hiring a Driver Section 391.21 of the FMCSR requires an employer to conduct a pre-investigation of every driver it hires which includes but is not limited to obtaining information regarding a potential hire’s driving record and a drug screening. The employer must also give a potential hire a driving test on the road to ensure he has proper driving skills and must ensure the driver can execute a pre-trip inspection, couple and uncouple units of his truck, and use the trucks' emergency equipment. (§ 391.31). After hiring a driver, the employer, among other things, must conduct an annual review of the driver's

driving record for the preceding 12 months (§ 391.25), obtain a report listing the driver's violations of any laws or ordinances, (§391.27), and obtain any reports of accidents or violations involving the driver. In addition, employers must systematically inspect, repair, and maintain all motor vehicles subject to their control and maintain repair records, inspection reports, and driver reports. (§ 396.11).

Safety Requirements for Truck Drivers A driver must not operate a commercial motor vehicle when his ability or alertness is so impaired, through fatigue or other illness, make it unsafe for him to drive. (§392.3). A driver must also ensure that his truck has been loaded properly and must re-inspect his load and load securing devices within the first 25 miles after beginning a trip. (§392.9). A driver must use extreme caution in the operation of a commercial motor vehicle in adverse weather including the reduction of speed in such situations. (§392.14)

Motor Carriers and Truck Drivers Must Carry Significant Amounts of Insurance Finally, the FMCSR requires for-hire private motor carriers traveling in interstate, foreign, or intrastate commerce, with a gross vehicle weight rating of 10,001 or more pounds and carrying hazardous substances, hazardous materials, or hazardous waste, to carry either $1,000,000 or $5,000,000 in insurance coverage. For-hire private motor carriers traveling in interstate or foreign commerce with a gross vehicle weight rating of 10,001 pounds and carrying non-hazardous property are required to carry a minimum of $750,000. When a driver is hauling a hazardous substance in any quantity across state lines, the law mandates that he have a minimum insurance amount of $1,000,000. Forhire carriers transporting passengers in a vehicle with a seating capacity of 15 or less requires coverage in the amount of $1,500,000 and forhire carriers transporting passengers in a vehicle with a seating capacity of 16 or more requires coverage in the amount of $5,000,000.

If you have an injury and believe you may have a claim, I encourage you to contact me on my cell phone at 317-525-7754 or at my office at 317-576-8620 for a free consultation. Visit www.havel-law.com to learn more about the type of damages you may be entitled to recover. Please say “I found it in Indy Metro Woman Magazine!” Thanks!

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Wellness

SPOTLIGHT Carol Juergensen Sheets LCSW, PCC, CSAT, CCPS is both a psychotherapist and a life coach in Indianapolis. She has worked in the field for over 39 years and made it her mission to educate and inspire people to create the life they deserve. After doing psychotherapy primarily with children, families, couples and individuals, she decided that she wanted to

reach people on a larger level and find ways to connect to people that went beyond the therapy office. She secured a column with the Indianapolis Star and had over 800,000 readers who looked forward to her Carol the Coach column for over five years. Her column preceded her three radio call in shows on WXNT and WIBC for over 5 years. Her last show, Sex, Love and Relationships on Saturday night kept the Indianapolis community tuned in to how they could improve their relationships by tweaking their relationship behaviors. She jokingly says that she considers herself the "resident psychotherapist and life coach" for the Indianapolis community. "I love interacting with people who may not have the resources to seek out a therapist/coach but can email or call me on the air and get advice that can change their life!” Soon everybody knew Carol as Carol the Coach. When asked about her profession she tells people "I have the best job in the world! I am a psychotherapist, speaker, radio talk show host, author, and personal life coach. Early on in my life I learned that my passion was to help people and educate them about their own potential and I have spent a lifetime getting to do that." She owns a company called Strategic Therapies and Coaching. Providing both mental health and personal life coaching which assists clients in changing their lives from the inside out. She teaches a unique blend of skill sets that

transforms people into who they want to be. Psychotherapy typically focuses on what people need to heal most often from their childhood while life coaching teaches them how they can take their life to the next level. She explains that often times people need to process and work through their childhood wounds and release them so that they can transform their life. "After the wounds are healed, I can help them to actualize their potential! I get to be a part of the whole transformation which is so gratifying and rewarding." Carol knows how important it is to have faith and trust in both the psychotherapy and life coaching process. She's worked with thousands of people and has run a variety of groups including women's empowerment groups, cognitive behavioral groups, self esteem groups, men's groups, and sexual addiction groups. Her specialty includes women's issues, anxiety management, depression, sexual abuse, marital therapy, and now she is the only certified sexual addictions therapist in the Indianapolis area. Carol is always looking for a way to reinvent herself. She assesses what the community needs and goes after the certifications and training to become a specialist. Carol is available for consultation at her office located at 3815 River Crossing Pkwy., Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46240. You can reach her at 317-847-2244 or you can email her at carol@carolthecoach.com Go to her website at Carolthecoach.com and read the library of articles she has written on self-improvement and mental health. You can also watch her monthly on WTHR's Community Focus at noon. You can also see Carol on her monthly Fox 59 Morning Show where she shares her life changing tips to making your life happen. Go to her carolthecoach FB fan page to see her monthly segments. Carol wants you to know that you always "have a resident psychotherapist and life coach" right at your fingertips. She welcomes your emails and your questions. She considers it a privilege to serve you!

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June 2019 Saturday June 1st at 12:00 PM Vintage Indiana Wine and Food Festival

At Historic Military Park at White River State Park, 601 W. New York St. Indianapolis, IN Wine connoisseurs can sample 200+ award-winning wines at “The Biggest Celebration of Indiana Wines” while enjoying delicious food from Indiana’s finest restaurants and food trucks, artisans, wine and food pairing demonstrations on the pavilion stage, and music from talented, local bands. • Enjoy delicious food from some of Indiana's top culinary experts • Visit the Wine & Food Experience Pavillion for food and wine sessions with chefs and winemakers • Tap your foot to Indiana's most popular musicians LIVE throughout the day • Browse through the artisan booths

Wednesday June 5th at 6:00 PM Indy Pride Music and Movie Night At Historic Military

Park at White River State Park, 601 W. New York St. Indianapolis, IN Enjoy a beautiful summer evening in a family friendly environment for “Indy Pride Music and Movie Night,” featuring the Pride of Indy Bands. Each year, this serves as their Anniversary Concert and they pull out all the stops! The Pride of Indy Bands selects music and a movie for an evening of entertainment, food, and drinks in the park. This event is absolutely free to attend!

Thursday June 6th 9 to 11 am , Successful Women Made Here Meeting

250 W. 96th St. Suite 300 Indianapolis Successful Women Made Here is your backstage pass to business. Be a part of the interviews of notable entrepreneurs who create their brand, make millions and/or launch a product into the marketplace. Learn their business secrets and experience the mastermind circle. This is networking redefined and the place for women to move forward, gain confidence, contacts, resources, real relationships, and lead with purpose in their lives.

June 1 – 8 Indy Pride Week and Festival

At White River State Park Indiana's Largest LGBTQ Celebration culminates in a festival for all ages! This year's guests include Dev, Monet X Change, Guitonsky, and Blair St. Clair. Highlights of Pride Festival: • Indy Pride Launch Party - May 5, Greg's/Our Place • Rainbow 5K Run/Walk - May 18, Indianapolis Firefighters Museum & Historical Society and Firestation Union Hall Theatre • Hoosier 250 - May 19, Metro Restaurant & Nightclub • Pet Pride - June 1, Riverside • Community Picnic & Bat n' Rouge - June 2, Garfield Park • Deaf Pride - June 3, Greg's/Our Place • Music and Movie Night - June 5, Military Park • Shabbat at Indy Pride - June 8, Indianapolis Firefighters Museum & Historical Society and Firestation Union Hall Theatre • Cadillac Barbie IN Pride Parade - June 8, Downtown Indy • Indy Pride Festival - June 8, White River State Park All ages event with two stages, family fun zone, hundreds of vendors, food, drink, and more! Open 11 am-11 pm Fest Tickets: $4 and up.

Saturday June 1st Kroger Symphony on the Prairie At Conner Prairie 13400 Allisonville Rd.

the stage or bring your blanket for the lawn. Kroger Symphony on the Prairie allows you to enjoy the music the way you want. All concerts begin at 8 pm, with gates opening at 6 pm. Reserved seating and tables are available, as well as seats in the ISO Sunset Lounge, a covered area with its own set of bathrooms and parking. New this year: three 6-meter and 8-meter LED screens to optimize audience views.

Saturday June 1st Wicket World of Croquet

At Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site 1230 N. Delaware St. Indianapolis, IN Join us for one of the most fashionably unique events in Indy! Don your game whites and hit the court for a wicketly competitive day of historic elegance and modern indulgence to benefit educational programming at The Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Register as a team of two for our leisure or competitive tournament. All teams of two receive entrance into the tournament (4 matches guaranteed), use of fine equipment, snacks, lunch and drinks. Register early as the event will sell out! Don't miss your chance to experience (or learn) croquet as it was meant to be played. Highlights for the 2019 event include: • All tournament teams can choose to play in one of two brackets: Competitive or Leisure Tournaments! • Awards for looking “wicket” good! Everyone knows croquet requires all-white dress attire, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be creative. Prizes will be awarded for best dressed participants. Don’t play but want to stay? The Porch Party is for you! Come enjoy an unforgettable day on the grounds of the Presidential Site. Your ticket guarantees lunch, drinks, snacks, and all sorts of wicketly fun activities. Cost: $30 and up. Advance registration is required. This is a rain or shine event.

Friday June 7th to Sunday June 9th PopCon Indy 2019 Indiana Convention Center 100 S. Capitol Ave. Indianapolis Indiana’s Premier Comic Con is back in Indy for the 6th year.

June 8-14 HOT ROD Power Tour

At Lucas Oil Raceway Chevrolet Performance presents the HOT ROD Power Tour, driven by Continental Tire, celebrating 25 years in 2019 and once again rolling through the heartland of hot rod culture including stops at three first-time venues and a special return to Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio, where the inaugural HOT ROD Power Tour concluded in 1995. It’s more than just a traveling car show–it’s the largest hot rod road trip in the world. Classic cars and hot rods travel city to city, over 1,300 miles, enjoying the people and stops along the way. The highly anticipated seven-day, seven-city journey is expected to bring together more than 6,000 vehicles and 100,000-plus spectators, June 8-14, 2019.

Thursday June 13th Young Professionals Meet up – Topgolf Fishers Topgolf 9200 E. 116th

Street Join us at Topgolf Fishers on Thursday, June 13 for delicious appetizers and cash bar. The weather will be perfect to enjoy the roof top bar! Plan to stay awhile and hit a few balls.

Fishers, IN 46038 Featuring The Music of Journey, Chicago, Kansas, and more. Bring your own food and drinks or purchase concessions on site. Buy a table by

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Calendar of Events Thursday June 13 Cathedral Women’s Strawberry Festival At Soldiers & Sailors

Monument Strawberry lovers will take over Monument Circle for the Annual Christ Church Strawberry Festival! Enjoy the "Works" which includes traditional strawberries, ice cream and whipped topping on a shortcake biscuit for $7. Variations are also available for less. Carryout begins at 8:30 am. Entertainment begins at 10 am. The festival ends at 4 pm or when we run out. Cash only. Cost: $7, The Works (shortcake, strawberries, ice cream, whipped topping); $2 each, a la carte toppings.

June 14th at 7:00 PM Summer Nights Film

Series – Sabrina At Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields The National Bank of Indianapolis presents the Summer Nights Film Series, where you can watch movies under the stars every weekend at Newfields. All guests need to bring is a blanket and chairs, Newfields will cover the rest. Moviegoers are welcome to pack a picnic (without alcoholic beverages) of their own, but of course, we will also have crowd-favorite snacks available for purchase. Oca by Smoking Goose is new to Summer Nights this year and will be serving hot dogs, gourmet sausages, chips and popcorn. Beverage options include selections from Sun King Brewing Co. and seasonal wine offerings available for purchase. Doors open at 7 pm, when guests can enjoy a picnic dinner, music and preshow activities, followed by that night’s movie, which will begin when twilight turns to night (usually 9:30 pm).Tonight's film: Sabrina (1954, 113 mins., NR) A playboy becomes interested in the daughter of his family's chauffeur, but it's his more serious brother who would be the better man for her. Featuring Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart. Gates open at 7 pm for preshow programming, and films start at dusk. Tickets: $8, members; $12, public. Children under 5 are free. June 15th at 7:00 PM Summer Nights Film Series – Hairspray At Indianapolis Museum of

Art at Newfields The National Bank of Indianapolis presents the Summer Nights Film Series, where you can watch movies under the stars every weekend at Newfields. All guests need to bring is a blanket and chairs, Newfields will cover the rest. Moviegoers are welcome to pack a picnic (without alcoholic beverages) of their own, but of course, we will also have crowd-favorite snacks available for purchase. Oca by Smoking Goose is new to Summer Nights this year and will be serving hot dogs, gourmet sausages, chips and popcorn. Beverage options include selections from Sun King Brewing Co. and seasonal wine offerings available for purchase. Doors open at 7 pm, when guests can enjoy a picnic dinner, music and preshow activities, followed by that night’s movie, which will begin when twilight turns to night (usually 9:30 pm).

June 15th at 8:30 am Heroes for the House

At NCAA Hall of Champions 700 W. Washington St. Indianpolis Join us at our 13th Annual Heroes for the House 5k! The event proceeds help families with chil- dren in area hospitals stay at the nearby Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Indiana at little or no cost. That way, parents can be with their children throughout treatment without worry- ing about a large hotel bill. So far, IREM Indianapolis,

with the help of our sponsors and partici- pants, has donated over $192,000! Featuring: • 5K Run/Walk: This is a timed event with cash prizes and plaques for top men & women winners! • Mommy Stroll & Dog Jog: This course is stroller and leash friendly and lasts 20-25 minutes. • Rookie Run: Our Rookie Run is great fun for kids from 2-10 years old! We have 3 age categories— 2-4 years, 5-7 years, & 8-10 years. All participants receive a plastic medal & we have 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place winners! • Rookie Area: There will be mascot appearances, caricature drawings, prizes, games, and activities for the kids. • Post-Event Area: Join us for pizza, snacks, and water for everyone to enjoy after the race! • Event Highlights: Great scenery along the canal, family friendly, free admission to NCAA Hall of Champions immediately after the event, event shirt and bag for 5k registrants, and capes for Rookie Run registrants.

June 27th 11 – 1 NAWBO June Luncheon

At the Oceanaire Seafood Room 30 South Meridian Street Suite 100, Indianapolis

June 29th at 6:00 PM Kidz Bop World Tour

At Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park KIDZ BOP, the #1 music brand for kids, is launching an all-new show. The announcement comes on the heels of KIDZ BOP’s 2018 tour -- its most successful tour in franchise history -- where the KIDZ BOP Kids played to hundreds of thousands of kids and families across North America. The brandnew show is an interactive experience for the whole family. The KIDZ BOP Kids will be performing some of today’s biggest hits “sung by kids for kids,” with engaging new setvdesign, exciting choreography, and more. Victor Zaraya, President of KIDZ BOP, adds, “Over the past five years, we have established KIDZ BOP tours as an annual must-see live concert event for families, playing to sold out crowds in some of America’s most iconic venues from coast to coast. This year, we are excited to expand internationally to create first concert experiences and life-long memories for kids worldwide.”KIDZ BOP connects with kids and families through its best-selling albums, music videos, consumer products and live tours. In the U.S., KIDZ BOP is the No. 1 music brand for kids, featuring today's biggest hits "sung by kids for kids." KIDZ BOP has sold over 20 million albums and generated over 2.7 billion streams since the family-friendly music brand debuted in 2001. The best-selling series has had 24 Top 10 debuts on the Billboard 200 Chart; only three artists in history—The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Barbra Streisand— have had more Top 10 albums. For more information, visit www.kidzbop.com. Tickets: $25-$95.

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