Body-Centered Leadership and Network Spinal Analysis

Even with a meaningful vision, a focused mission, or clear purpose, it can still be extremely challenging to juggle the demands of our high-speed, high-information 21st Century world and at the same time sustain a mentally, emotionally and spiritually integrated life. Read More »

New Year’s Message from Drs. John and Christina


Happy New Year!

Thank you for being a valuable part of our practice community.  It’s our honor to continue to share the inspiration and wisdom that we’ve learned from our teachers and our lives with you in 2013.

This year we’ll keep doing our best to help you connect within, remember what is true and good, and feel into your heart – for it really is remembering your heart and feeling the LOVE that will ultimately change your life and the world for the better. Read More »

It’s Not Just You, It’s Intense Out There!

If you’re feeling like this year, and especially these past couple of months have been especially intense, you’re not alone.  Many friends of mine around the world have been reporting that an especially tangible energetic shift seems to be going on for them right now. Read More »

Gimzewski & The Art and Science of Transformation

If you’ve ever wondered why it’s so hard to change core patterns, beliefs or behaviors, you’re not alone.  However, with some understanding of the work of UCLA researcher Dr. James Gimzewski, and a bit of insight from George Leonard (author of Mastery), you can make the process of transforming virtually anything a whole lot easier.

First off, if Transformation were easy, there’d be a lot more people fully living the life of their dreams.  Unfortunately a lot more people are struggling than thriving though, and there are very specific reasons for this. Read More »

What You Can Do to Accelerate Progress…


“So, WHAT CAN I DO on my own to make even faster progress?”  It’s a question that I get asked all the time.

My answer to the “What can I do?” question is rarely “OK, so here’s what you do.  Just do x, and y and z”,  however. Read More »

Tony Robbins, Namale Fiji, and a Taste of Unity


Bula from Fiji.

I’m here on the raw, wild island Vanua Levu, one of the three hundred or so islands in the Fijian chain, working with Tony Robbins during some business programs he’s hosting at Namale Resort.  I’ve been here a couple weeks and I thought I’d give you an update and share my experience of the Fijian culture. Read More »

Martha Graham Shares How to Do Your Best Job Ever…


A friend of mine is an ex-NFL football player named Bo Eason.  Bo is an incredible guy who not only made it to the pros against all odds, but after his football career ended he wrote and starred in an emotional and inspiring one-man off-Broadway play about his life. Read More »

The Art of Well Being


Venn Diagrams seem to be all the rage right now, so I decided to make one that depicts the Art of Well Being.  This diagram is based on The Seasons of Well Being described by Dr. Donald Epstein. Read More »

Loneliness: You Are Not Alone

No you are not alone.  You never were and ultimately never will be.

I know, that sounds like a cliche’ when you’re literally all by yourself and feeling totally alone, but it is only your cognitive mind/ego/self/identity – that  creates loneliness by giving the illusion of separateness. Read More »

Integral Theory and Holistic Practice: Taking Your Mind-Body to the Next Level

When you seek the help of a health care professional, its typically because you’re experiencing something in your body — symptoms of some type — that you’re concerned or curious about.

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