THE WELL LIFE
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Stress and Stay Successful
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FROM THE HEART OF THE EDITOR: WHAT MATTERS MOST So it’s clear that we have now entered the summer season. With this heated emergence, I am also reminded that we have arrived to the middle of the year. It automatically sends me into reflective mode. As a woman, I begin to assess my joy factor, my peace of mind, relationships and how much leisure time I’ve granted myself. As a business woman, I begin to assess the growth of my company, her stability, finances, her network and what lies ahead of us for the remainder of the year. There is so much that we multi-manage on a daily basis. Most of the time we are on auto-pilot going through the routines of the day because we simply know that things have to be done. We often dismiss breaks, social enjoyment, a chance to laugh at something and spending time with people that matter. The grind of life truly steals the show and takes centerstage with no intention of giving up it’s spot. Can any of you identify? It’s what I call the Stress of the Blessing. Because we are plowing the fields we rarely view our blessings as blessings. Why is that? I believe it is because blessings often feel like stress. Blessings come with much responsibility. Those on the outside peering in and observing what you do think that it is all glamor and glory. Of course, you know differently. We are on a journey of figuring out how to achieve our success, maintain a healthy life, keep our stress levels at bay and hit that next apex. In 2017, I have encountered more individuals who are silently battling these issues now more than ever; stress, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders and more. It became urgent that I committed an issue to Stress Management within Success. It is true that to whom much is given much is required, but it is also true that if we don’t take care of self first the requirements will suffer and we will lose in the long run. Through this issue I want each of you quintessential women to reassess where you are in your lives. Rate the level of your wellness physically, mentally, socially and spiritually. Are your relationships suffering because you’re not able to give time to cultivate them? Are you treating your body with love by feeding it the right foods and providing it with sufficient exercise? Are you getting enough sleep? I could go on and on but I think you get the point. This magazine issue is dedicated to each of you who could use a reminder to remember what matters most. What matters most is you. Success is a never-ending journey; there are levels and dimensions that we will always strive for. While ambition is encouraged I want you to take the time to make sure you are thinking well, eating well and living well. Welcome to Issue 2. Fitastically Yours, LaShanna Leonard Editor-in-Chief
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 4 WOMEN TO WATCH SHARING THEIR STORIES ON SUCCESS AND STRESS MANAGEMENT. 8: Koereyelle DuBose Â 12: Shefali Ranthe 15: Nadine Chammas 18: Dr. Teriya Richmond
EAT WELL 14: Foods that Heal Finding Cures in the Kitchen By LaShanna Leonard
THINK WELL 7: Global Awareness Wellness Spend Surging in China By Thierry Malleret
LIVE WELL 4: Tour Spotlight 10: Summer Wellness Spas
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TOUR SPOTLIGHT Houston, we had lift off! The Body Fierce Wellness Tour officially launched May 6, 2017 in Houston, Texas. The ladies were empowered, impacted and informed. Check for your city! Go to bodyfiercetour.com Become a Sponsor Become a Vendor for Your City â€œCreated for Women by a Womanâ€? Fitness. Nutrition. Lifestyle Management. Harmony. Success.
WOMAN TO WATCH: MPUMI NOBIVA Personal Growth, which premiered in March 2017. I also directly mentor college students internationally through a Sunday Mentorship Program that has a growing registry of young professional millennials from South Africa, the U.S., Canada, and Italy. On this platform, I host free weekly international online sessions on Growth Mindset in Academia, Public Speaking, Business Acumen, Personal Branding & sharing personal stories. All to model & foster a culture of purposedriven brands among the millennial generation! I am mentored by Ms. Winfrey, a first class graduate No one tells my story like Iâ€™m able to, so here goes . I am a 24-year-old motivational speaker, born in Zonkizizwe to a young 17-year-old mother. I was raised in abject poverty, mainly by my grandmother (and grandfather) who nurtured me after I was orphaned at the age of nine when my mother died of AIDS in 2002 and I still don't know who my father is. Today I travel globally to share my story. I'm a first class graduate of the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy in South Africa. I'm currently completing a masters degree in Strategic Communications (PR) on a Graduate Presidential Scholarship at High Point University. As an AIDS orphan of 15 years, I started a campaign in 2015 called #ShareYourStory - Inspire Courage, where I traveled out of pocket to different schools sharing stories of hope and encouragement. This advocacy was inspired by the alarming prevalence and high statistic of HIV/AIDS in South Africa. Today, I'm working on multiple projects centered around modeling leadership behavior and motivating millennials to live their truest dreams. I am host & producer of a YouTube series, Strategic
of her Leadership Academy in South Africa. I've had the privilege of introducing her to the United States of Women Summit convened by the White House. I've also recently reached a milestone in becoming the first OWLAG student to join the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy Board of Directors. Due to my increasingly extensive travels, I do most of my work through mentorship while also traveling and sharing my story. In the past 3-4 years, I've also partnered with numerous nonprofits and corporations in raising funds for causes such as education, aboriginal health care programs & aid, girl-child safety etc. This year I spoke on my biggest platform in Chicago at the Allstate Arena (18,000 people) & recently I spoke in Los Angeles at the iconic Forum Arena in April (16,000) in addition to millions of ABC home viewers. This July - August I will speak in Texas, the United Kingdom, Kenya, and Nigeria. I am thankful and hopeful and I believe that the best is still yet to come. Iâ€™m thankful for this opportunity.
GLOBAL WELLNESS BY THIERRY MALLERET, ECONOMIST
No matter what happens with Chinaâ€™s economic growth and the inevitable financial crisis (whose timing is unknown), the Chinese will become increasingly health/wellness conscious. As one significant example, the sales of goods associated with health-related properties such as "organic," "non-genetically modified" and "low-fat" are rapidly growing. Last year, the sale of organic food reached 30 billion yuan (USD $4.4 billion) with the production of organic vegetables, rice, tea and fruit growing at an astonishing rate of 30+ per cent per year (in volume terms). As for personal care, Chinese consumers increasingly prefer natural products. Giants like Procter & Gamble and Unilever maintain huge market shares, but their sales are declining as healthier products such as handmade soap using natural materials and silicon-free shampoo grow in popularity.
Koereyelle DuBose CEO of The Single Wives Club What kind of business do you operate? Share with us the mission and your audience. My mission and purpose is to empower and educate women on ways to live a life that they love. I do this through a variety of empowerment projects: Confessions of a WERKaholic Podcast, WERKPraySlay Weekend, Busy at the Beach and of course my books. This year, I launched my mentoring program ( the Inner Circle) which helps women get their mind right and their money up so they can level up. Are you a full-time Entrepreneur/Business Owner? Yes!
Please introduce yourself to our global audience. Tell us your name, where you live and a few fun facts about yourself. Hello hello all the way from the A! I’m Koereyelle and I’m from the Windy City of Chicago but Atlanta has been my home for 10 years! A few fun facts: I’m the baby of my family and I’m told that I act like it, I’m a true indecisive Libra and I’d like to think of myself as a natural born leader.
What are the most enjoyable things about what you do? I love being able to share my lessons learned with the ladies who need it the most. It is so fulfilling to receive feedback on how my books or classes or events have impacted women from all over the world. The best part is being appreciated for being ME. What are some of the most stressful things that you deal with? (3 maximum) Dealing with my own expectations can be pretty stressful. I hold myself to a high standard so it can be overwhelming when things aren't going as planned.
Can you recall one of the most exciting experiences of your career? Share it with us. My full page article in Essence Magazine was very exciting! Even though I’ve done lots of interviews, this one was the most exciting because I literally manifested it. I wrote it on a goal card and brought it to life. Can you recall one of the most stressful and challenging times of your career? Share it with us. Absolutely, it was during the very beginning when I was focusing on investing in my business before the profits started rolling in. Being broke is extremely stressful. Do you identify with being stressed, battling depression or any other emotional challenge? No. I don’t identify myself with any negative labels. We are all stressed and it’s never going to stop, our only hope is to learn to cope better today than we did yesterday. One a scale of 1-10 where do you rate your overall stress factor? (Personal and Professional Life) 7 How do you handle your stress, depression etc?
Self-Care is everything! I get massages every other week, acupuncture once a month and I take time out for a “solo date” at least once a week. Meditation is also very helpful. How do you feel about conventional medications when it comes to combating mental and emotional issues? I’m not a fan of prescription drugs at all. Finding a doctor that practices Eastern and Western medicine was one of the best things I ever did. She recommends teas, herbs, meditation and even music therapy before writing a prescription. If you could share any message with our readers about living life as balanced as possible, what would you say to them? Self-care is a necessity, not a luxury and real wealth is being well. It makes no sense to spend your life slaving away in your business if you won’t be healthy (or happy) enough to enjoy it anyway. What is next for you? Up next is Busy at the Beach this August, I’m taking over 60 ladies to Cabo for some fun in the sun and then WERKPraySlay is this November! Beyond that, only God knows but I’m EXCITED to find out.
Atlanta-based Koereyelle DuBose has made a mark for herself carving out her own path since 2011 as the CEO and Founder of The Single Wives Club. An education and empowerment organization that inspires single ladies on becoming better women before becoming wives. Koereyelle's personal experience influenced her entrepreneurship goals while empowering women of all walks of life to live out theirs. DuBose is also the creator of ReadyToWERK.com, a branding boutique that offers classes and consulting for entrepreneurs. Her latest endeavor is penning her first book WERK 101, Get-Your-Life-Together Guide. WERK 101 is the ultimate handbook sharing health, wealth, and lifestyle lessons for the modern-day woman. DuBose, "the voice of single women," fiercely empowers you to WERK for what you want by the first WERKing on you. Get ready to let go of the victim mentality and be liberated as Koereyelle shows you how to create a powerful and design your life's destiny on your own terms. Let's WERK! Koreyelle has truly become the voice for single women representing the “New Single Woman” who wants love and marriage but has not detoured her focus from her education and career. She’s been featured nationally by Essence Magazine, The Tom Joyner Morning Show, Madame Noire, Rolling Out Magazine and many more outlets for her work with The Single Wives Club. Through all of DuBose brands, her message continues to remain positively clear and coherent as she empowers women across the globe.
Wellness Spas The term wellness has become a popular and highly used term when it comes to lifestyle behavior. We want to make sure that you understand what wellness is. As LaShanna defines it, wellness is the total state of you. To live a life of wellness involves all of you; your body, mind, soul and spirit. Therefore when we talk about wellness spas we want you to understand that this means a facility that caters to the total you. Escaping to a Wellness Spa is the perfect idea for relaxation and body treatment. There are more wellness spas popping up and we’re certain that you’ll be able to find one in your city. Here’s What To Look for in a Wellness Spa: ● Therapeutic Services such as Massage Therapy ● Food Menu that provides delicious and healthy meals and fresh choices of proteins, whole grains, vegetables and fruits ● A fitness facility with various programs and services ● Educational programs onsite that share ways to live a healthier life ● Physical Activities that you can engage in
The Staff: A Wellness Spa is staffed with hospitable and knowledgeable people that are eager to assist and guide you during your stay. The Service Staff are licensed, certified and trained professionals. The Booking Details: Wellness Spas, based on geographic location, will vary in price, size and the extent of services that they provide. Find one that best suits your personality and request a virtual tour if you are unable to drive to the location before booking. Ask them specifically if they are a wellness spa. Look for the amenities which were provided to you above.
Here are a few recommendations: The Golden Door Spa- Escondido, California Kamalaya Koh Samui's Wellness Sanctuary and Holistic Spa- Thailand The Miraval Spa- Tucson, Arizona The SHA Wellness Clinic- Alicante, Spain Canyon Ranch Spa - Miami, FL
Relax Well and Live Well!
Shefali Ranthe - International Artist Please introduce yourself to our global audience. Tell us your name, where you live and a few fun facts about yourself. I am Shefali Ranthe Danish, an international artist based in Dubai for my 10th year. The passionate search for the good life with joy, happiness and love within the harmonic happy family is essential for me. What kind of business do you operate? Share with us the mission and you audience. I run my own art school and teach special needs at the Centre Mawaheb. I do a lot of curating in art competitions internationally. I am a full time artist and my main collection is called “Joy of Life”. The humanand animal creatures are magically pictured in a timeless, unspoiled and spontaneous
universe, where animals are valued at the same level as humans. I am inspired by children’s impulsive and unconventional way of drawing, not being defined by limits and expectations of shapes and figures. Being fascinated and inspired by the 50ties art group CoBrA and Avant Garde movement, my paintings are characterised by a unique style of semi-abstract, naïve, childish, innocent and spontaneous compositions of human- and animal creatures.
be able to paint a whole dayis a pleasure. I feel privileged and see it as a freedom and a gift; even being an artist is hard work because there are so many talented artists and very few galleries. What are some of the most stressful things that you deal with? (3 maximum) Hmm, it would be irregular income and financial stress.I would also say constantly looking for a gallery to represent me.
Are you a full-time Can you recall one of the most Entrepreneur/Business Owner? exciting experiences of your Yes I am. career? Share it with us. I was in Oman and I did a life What are the most enjoyable performance. There were many things about what you do? people around me. One family I love being my own boss and circled around me for a long time working when it suits me and just and then left. When I was
finished with my painting and was packing it away I heard a lady shouting, “wait! I know now who you are”. She had a big smile on her face. “You are the artist from Dubai and from a gallery in mall of the emirates right”? Yes, I said, but this is almost 8 years back. She continues, “Yes but I have seen a painting by you there and I didn’t buy it then. I have regretted it ever since and I had forgotten your name, but now you are here. I am so happy. How much for this painting?” She bought it!
Stress a bit yes but not depression What is next for you? thankfully. I am moving after 10 years of being in the Middle East One a scale of 1-10 where do Dubai back to Scandinavia, you rate your overall stress Denmark in Copenhagen. I factor? (Personal and plan to rework my personal Professional Life) branding for the new I would say a 2. I am not that country. There’s plenty of stressed only when I’m leading up work ahead like finding a to a deadline. studio, art galleries and the challenge of being How do you handle your stress, accepted in my circle of art. depression etc? After a project I always take a minimum of 1-2 weeks off from art and do more development on my social media, website. I also enjoy visiting galleries.
Being born in Bangladesh, adopted to Denmark as an infant and now living in Dubai, the
passionate search for the good life with joy, happiness and love within the harmonic happy family is essential for Shefali Ranthe.
Can you recall one of the most stressful and challenging times of your career? Share it with us. It's always stress when I work with a dead line over my head. I was invited to a Beijing Biennial Exhibition. There was a theme and rules that I should follow. I had delivered my image of 3 big paintings; all completed within 3 weeks. I also made a story for each painting which was stressful within itself as I'm not good in writing. The most stressful thing was that it was Christmas time and we had a few guests who were supposed to be entertainment, socialize etc... I felt so bad because I couldn’t be in all places at once. Do you identify with being stressed, battling depression or any other emotional challenge?
With a unique eye for bright colours and
fascinated and inspired by the 50ties art group CoBrA and Avant Garde movement, her paintings are characterised by a unique style of
How do you feel about conventional medications when it comes to combating mental and emotional issues? I don’t know. Fortunately, I have not been in such a situation.
semi-abstract, naïve, childish, innocent and spontaneous compositions of human- and animal creatures. The human and animal creatures are magically pictured in a timeless, unspoiled and spontaneous universe, where animals are valued at the same level as humans. She is inspired by children’s impulsive and unconventional way of drawing, not being defined by limits and expectations of shapes and figures. The paintings generate positive energy and leave
If you could share any message with our readers about living life as balanced as possible, what would you say to them? We cannot avoid having stressed periods in life or on our job, but it is always important to find a balance in what we are doing. For example, on a job if the supposed balance is unbalanced you have to deal with it; ask yourself if you have to continue with that job or should you try to find a new job. Whatever it takes for balance. Always follow your dreams.
the surroundings in a good mood, stimulating inspiration and curiosity. Shefali says of her work: “Due to a traumatic childhood losing my mother, looking for the happy family life means everything to me and for me art is about creating happiness, surprise and thoughts; Art makes me feel alive and I seek to share an experience of harmony and long lasting joy with the surroundings”. Shefali Ranthe has studied art in Denmark, Sweden, Ghana and Dubai. She has an educational background as a graphical designer where she has worked in cities sucha as London and Singapore. In addition, she holds a Bachelor degree in Aesthetics Development for Children. She has won several awards most recently in 2016 at the Dubai International Art Symposium (DIAS) and Rashid Centre, Dubai. She has been curating artwork at the IVEI Art Competition “Discover Yourself” in Dubai. Finally, she proudly runs her own art school and is teaching art at “Mawaheb from Beautiful People” Al Bastakia, Dubai (Art Centre for children with special needs). h special needs). And do a lot of charity works
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Nadine Chammas Positive Lifestyle Specialist 1. Please introduce yourself to our global audience. Tell us your name, where you live and a few fun facts about yourself. My name is Nadine Chammas, I’m a Positive Lifestyle Specialist . I was born in Lebanon and for the past 17 years I’ve lived in Dubai. My career started as a theatre director and teacher and moved towards positive coaching and hypnotherapy training . I love the stage so you will always find me on stage singing, acting, giving a talk or performing my hypnosis comedy show. 2. What kind of business do you operate? Share with us the mission and your audience. I have an online TV show about positive, healthy and happy lifestyles. I develop programs and trainings to share with people how to be positive happy and healthy. I created an interactive life coaching game that I use during my corporate training and as well as one-onone coaching.
3. Are you a full-time Entrepreneur/Business Owner? Yes. My days are all full; whether I’m delivering a speech on positivity, coaching a group or one-on-one, being on TV or updating my social media it’s a full day & job. 4. What are the most enjoyable things about what you do? I love to learn about people and being close to them and listening to their challenges and coming up with a plan for them. This is the best part of my job! I love finding the How To Change factor and fix your life, change your thoughts or achieve your goals. 5. What are some of the most stressful things that you deal with? (3 maximum) The most stressful things are being on time, I am very punctual and sometimes when I work with a group and they are not on time, I become very stressed out. The everyday challenge to keep
up with your personal plan and your work plan can be stressful. Social media also stresses me out because it takes a lot of my time to create meaningful posts that help with your brand image. 6. Can you recall one of the most exciting experiences of your career? Share it with us. Yes, now I’m living the best days of my career because it became so aligned with my values. I love to help people and orphans and those with special needs . I received an invitation to be the positive influencer of an initiative launched by The UAE National Program of Happiness and Positivity. The initiative is 1 million acts of giving and my role is to spread it all over the world! My first stop was in Nepal where I visited an orphanage in the jungle and sent out a call to action on my social media for people to know about this orphanage. This is what I will be doing from now until the end of December 2017. This is where I’m hoping to celebrate #1millionactsofgiving.
7. Can you recall one of the most stressful and challenging times of your career? Share it with us. The most stressful and challenging time in my career was when I was working on a project that I didn’t like at all. l only accepted to work on it because it was well paid. To be honest, the stress you feel on this kind of project is not worth the money. Do whatever makes your heart sing and money will follow. 8. Do you identify with being stressed, battling depression or any other emotional challenge? I’ve been through lots of challenges in my life and my latest was breast cancer, I came out of this experience feeling grateful and aware not to allow any stress or negativity to take over my mind, body and soul. 9. One a scale of 1-10 where do you rate your overall stress factor? (Personal and Professional Life) I learned how to be aware of stress and how to change it and turn it into a positive situation. I would rate a 3. 10. How do you handle your stress, depression etc? I have my routines. I meditate, do yoga, use positive affirmations, journal and I work on myself by questioning myself. For me everyday is a new day to be open to new opportunities .
Every day I give a new meaning to my life, to love, to friendship and I live in the curiosity to explore new things in life . 11. How do you feel about conventional medications when it comes to combating mental and emotional issues? When I knew that I was diagnosed with breast cancer the first thing my doctor told me about was anti-depressant pills. That was the time in my life where I decided to face my fears and I said no. I dealt with it by reprogramming my mind and focusing on positive thoughts. I tried alternative healing, Ayurvedic treatments, homeopathy and I followed a strict diet and committed to being good. 12.If you could share any message with our readers about living lifeas balanced as possible, what would you say to them? I worked on my life schedule in a way to live everyday as I’m in a vacation mood. I have spots in my daily schedule only for me, so I look forward to my short me-times, small things that make my heart sing. It could be a song that I listen to mindfully without distraction and live in that moment. It could be a power nap where I feel energized afterwards. There are lots of small things that we are not aware of but they can make a difference in your day. Keep your focus,be happy and get balanced.
13. What is next for you? Next is my book that I’m releasing soon. It’s about how to play all your roles in life like an actor and how to be the director of your own life. I’m joining together my theatre directing background and my life coaching background and developing a new modality. It’s basically Life Directing where I guide people to be the stars in their own life.fe
Nadine Ch. Bekhaazi is the Founder of The Life Director Trainings and life Coaching Events Founder of SUPER DOOPER Kids &Teens edutainment & personal development programs & camps.
She is an ABH certified trainer of Hypnotherapy, Master Prac of NLP, Master Prac of Timeline Therapy(TM), Teacher of Theta healing, Certified Trainer in Points ofYou(TM) and Certified Stage Hypnotist.
Nadine’s career started as a professional singer, actress and theatre director. She worked in the field of production for more than 15 years during which she was teaching acting for kids and produced more than 250 Musical theatre Plays that were showcased during the DSF, DSS, and at DUCTAC theatre.
She has a passion for learning and bringing innovative ideas and tools to help people live a positive, healthy, and happy life. She adds entertainment to every project she’s working on.
In education, she offers edutainment personal development programs and in trainings she offers entrainments where she adds her artistic and stage performance skills to leave her audience on a high note. Her motivational and inspirational talks and shows are full of positive insights, fun and entertainment
Dr. Teriya Richmond Physician 1. Please introduce yourself to our global audience. Tell us your name, where you live and a few fun facts about yourself. Greetings My name is Dr Teriya M Richmond and I currently reside in Houston TX. A few fun facts about myself are that I am originally from Chicago IL born and raised, I love running and I live in a house with all men; that is my husband Jack and two sons Jazz and Jaxon. 2. What kind of business do you operate? Share with us the mission and your audience. I operate a medical practice and a running company. I’m also a product ambassadorship and fashion show planning/consulting. 3. Are you a full-time Entrepreneur/Business Owner? Yes 4. What are the most enjoyable things about what you do? I love caring for people particularly women and seeing them healed, healthy and empowered. 5. What are some of the most stressful things that you deal with? (3 maximum) Managing all of my commitments and saying “no”. Administrative work can be stressful also.
7. Can you recall one of the most stressful and challenging times of your career? Share it with us. One of the most challenging times in my career was transitioning out of corporate medicine into my practice. It was a struggle to walk away from a regular schedule with patients already embedded on my schedule. Those days of clinic are far behind me, but I continue to build my practice my way.
11. How do you feel about conventional medications when it comes to combating mental and emotional issues? As a practicing physician I do feel that some patients require medications, however, I am a strong proponent of therapy as the first line of treatment of mental or emotional issues. Mental and emotional issues are multifactorial as far as etiology and treatment.
8. Do you identify with being stressed, battling depression or any other emotional challenge? Yes, I do battle with stress. I exercise most days of the week and that helps tremendously.
12. If you could share any message with our readers about living life as balanced as possible, what would you say to them? Living life balanced is a goal I have for myself but I have learned I am only one person. Although awesome it still takes the support of people around you. There is nothing wrong with asking for help.
9. One a scale of 1-10 where do you rate your overall stress factor? (Personal and Professional Life) That waxes and wanes depending on the situation at hand. Overall I would say a 4 out of 10. 10. How do you handle your stress, depression etc? I go to church, pray, exercise, journal and talk it out. Sometimes I cry it out.
13. What is next for you? Whatâ€™s next for me is a booming practice locally, but also to be able to touch lives near and abroad. I plan to do this not only through medicine and healing but also by empowering women to the best they can be and encourage them to pursue their dreams.
Dr. Teriya M Richmond is a Family Practice Specialist in Houston, Texas. A Chicago native she graduated with honors from Illinois Medical College in 2006. Having more than 11 years of diverse experiences, especially in Family Practice Dr. Teriya M Richmond went on to establish her own practice and is doing so successfully.
She enjoys mentoring other young leaders, operating her running company and serving as a business and fashion consultant.
She is the wife to Jack Richmond and the mother to Jazz and Jaxon. Dr. Richmond works hard and enjoys life. She finds extreme joy in working with her female patients and providing solutions and treatments that better their lives.Â
We are proud to feature 5 Women to Watch, stories of Success and Stress Management, awesome Wellness Spa Getaways and more. Stay a moment r...
Published on Jul 1, 2017
We are proud to feature 5 Women to Watch, stories of Success and Stress Management, awesome Wellness Spa Getaways and more. Stay a moment r...