Resources – Carolyn Parrs

by admin on July 2, 2012

Carolyn Parrs is deeply passionate about harnessing the power of women to help create a positive, dramatic and measurable impact on the planet. She is the creator of Women Of Green, an online community and multi-media blog about turning up the volume of the feminine voice in green.

She is also co-founder of Mind Over Markets, a strategic green marketing communications company in Santa Fe, NM. As a Marketing and Life Coach, Carolyn helps women launch and grow green or socially-focused businesses. “Business is one of the most powerful forces on the planet for change — and as more and more women launch and grow sustainable businesses, collectively we can make a big economic and social impact — fast.”

Carolyn also presented at the First Annual Whole Woman Conference.


Web sites for Carolyn Parrs
Mind Over Markets
Women Of Green

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Resources – Vicki Strom-Medley

by admin on May 3, 2012

Vicki worked many years as an executive in a corporate environment where she noticed several patterns in people’s lives creating physical and emotional imbalances. Vicki always had an interest and knowledge regarding alternative means of healing the body. She left the corporate environment and explored healing methods to assist people on a deeper level with life challenges. She became a LMT and embarked on a extensive study of healing modalities. Vicki has studied nationally with many leaders of the “healing” community and internationally the ancient healing techniques of Peru, which added another dimension to her work. She calls her work Energy Balancing Therapy aligning the body, heart, mind and spirit.

BS Psychology/Business Administration; NLP Hypnosis; Energy Medicine Practitioner; Life Coach; Cranial Sacral Practitioner; Shamanic Practitioner; Herbal Studies; Bach Flower Essences; Aroma Therapist.
Vicki Strom-Medley LMT #6830 Oregon. Reiki Master

Website: http://www.healingheartenergybalancing.com

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Resources – Anne Dellenbaugh, MA, RTY-500, C. Ay.

March 31, 2012

Anne Dellenbaugh is a pathfinder. She found her own path through a terminal cancer diagnosis using yoga, Ayurveda and other alternative therapies. She is a spiritual counselor, Hatha Yoga instructor and an Ayurvedic practitioner. Anne also ran her own company guiding wilderness trips for women for 20 years. Anne brings to her classes and consultations […]

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Creamed Corn and Apologies

January 25, 2012

I am a bad little blogger. I’ve been cooking, but not writing. I mentioned in the last post that this is where I take out the red pen, and that’s what I’ve been doing.  So back to it, shall we? Although simple, the creamed corn was my favorite thing so far. It was fresh and […]

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Vegan Creamed Corn and a Salad Experiment pt 1

January 9, 2012

This is the part where I start cooking and take out my red pen. CK’s cookbook gives you some recipes starting on page 137. Before then, you learn how to build a garden, make a shelf for sprouts to grow in your house, and more food chem than you’ve had since that the creepy guy that […]

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Christmas without the Carcass; Social Ramifications

December 28, 2011

Hello, Ladies (and maybe a few gents)! I hope you had a good holiday. Our household is a little pan-religious, so we’ve had a very busy week. First came the Hanukkah party as a nod to our roommate’s Cashew upbringing and recent foray into Judaism. A Cashew is someone of  Catholic and Jewish heritage, and […]

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Discovering the Co-op

December 23, 2011

Growing up in the heartland of America, you might expect that it was easy to find a place where local farmers were able to sell produce at a fair price. Nope. The thing about growing food for the whole country is that it has be mass produced, and while there were a smattering of locally […]

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A Bit of Background Before We Begin

December 22, 2011

I have spoken to many of you on the phone, and I know that we may have chatted a bit. It’s no secret that I am a talker, and it’s no secret that I don’t really have secrets either. Diet for the Whole Woman is meant to be a transition cookbook full of shopping lists, […]

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Cooking My Way to Whole Womanhood

December 22, 2011

Hello Whole Women, Let me start by saying that I love my job. I know I post about this all the time on the forum, but it’s true. Before this assignment, I loved my job for a few, but important reasons:   1). I get to talk to strong, brave women from all over the […]

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Resources – Pamela A. Popper, Ph.D. N.D.

December 2, 2011

Dr. Pam Popper is a naturopath, an internationally recognized expert on nutrition and health, and the Executive Director of The Wellness Forum. The company offers educational programs designed to assist individuals in changing their health outcomes through improved diet and lifestyle habits; to assist employers in reducing the costs of health insurance and medical care […]

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