No healthy individual actually signs up for pain. Those of us who have pain, want to be free from it.
In reality however, pain is an essential part of our inborn protection system. Pain can alert us to danger and deter us from being seriously injured.
Pain can also be an indication that we have unconsciously been moving inside our body in a manner that causes friction. Too much friction over time can wear things out, tear body parts down and leave us stiff, inflexible, and yes in pain.
Susan McLaughlin, the Physical Therapist who created Align Integration and Movement, is joining forces with me in a new coaching effort. We believe that all pain experiences are, although unpleasant, normal responses to something. We have learned through our own physical/mental/emotional/spiritual transformations that dealing with this something in an organic, systemic, and bio-mechanical manner can actually put you on a path to find your way out of chronic pain.
We call our program Ultimate Freedom and we are launching it now! Starting September 18th, on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 5:30 to 6:30pm. The five week engagement cost is $850. We only have room for four, extremely dedicated individuals. If you might be a candidate for this coaching program, please review the information below and contact us immediately. Be sure to check the requirements and dates twice and your gut thrice. We are serious about supporting you toward a pain fee life. Your outcomes are dependent on your own effort.
In case you want to check out my credentials and the consistent ROI’s (return on investment) my clients enjoy please watch this video: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRx0XngAhbU&list=UUz5cmwGtsK5VuCkNaytpQjA&index=2&feature=plcp[/youtube]
To get a sense about Susan and how she works, please view this video:
Interested? Contact us!
Call: Shannon 801-6318527
We are proud to announce that Lyn Christian has been named Fittest Female Executive over fifty by the Utah Business Magazine. This wasn’t just some random appointment. The team at TOSH (The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital) put all of Utah’s applicants through what they call an ultimate fitness test.
The test included skin fold measurement to determine body composition, a VO2 Max test that indicated cardiovascular fitness, a vertical jump and pro agility test. If that wasn’t enough, flexibility was measured, press jumps were administered and each applicant had to prove themselves in a good old-fashioned push-up series too.
While Lyn took first in her age division, insider information indicates she surpassed the fitness of several contestants much younger than she.
What seems most impressive to us at SoulSalt is that this wasn’t a random contest Lyn took extra time to prepare for. She maintains a philosophy about being strong and true in all areas of life, which include not just the physical but also the mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions. She believes that regular routines and practices of healthy living in theses areas are critical for enjoying and having optimal experiences. She says, “If you want to do well in your work, in your relationships, and in your life you must be well.”
For more information read the Special Report in this month’s edition of Utah Business Magazine and watch for other postings and comments concerning this topic.
I recently caught up with Janet at an Ultimate Coach University training event. I observed her in role plays and noticed that as she coached, she often referred to a list of coaching tips written on a sticky note. Her coaching was impressive so I asked if she’d take a few minutes and share her tool with us.
If you tend to be visual and if you want to stay sharp on the skills given to you during coach training, Janet’s handy list might be something you’d like to try using.