Jonathan R. Wachtel looks at life from all angles. He studies science, philosophy, religion, and various personality-type systems to further his expertise, and he draws on this knowledge during inspirational life-guidance sessions. Working in-person or remotely, Jonathan helps others steer their lives. He helps people deepen their understandings of themselves, other people, and what it takes to succeed in work, family, and romance.
Staring at a blank piece of paper can be intimidating, but browsing the blank, premade pottery at ARTrageous! draws hibernating creativity from its den, enticing the brain with shape, size, and bisque meat. Pieces range between $12 for Mighty Tot pieces, such as figurines and small boxes, and $72 for large platters. The all-inclusive price per item covers everything required to design and fire a project, including studio time. Grab a blank plate and paint a meal upon it, stencil a cup with springtime flowers, or decorate a picture frame worthy of being hung inside itself. More than 60 paintable kaleidoscopic colors beckon ceramophiles, and all are welcome to browse the paint bar if hurting for ideas or lacking a domesticated sponge. Upon completion, you’ll yield your piece to the friendly fire of the kiln, and, in short order, you’ll have a creative gift, dazzling decoration, or useful new coffee catcher.
Liz Fatone grew up in Southern California, surrounded by a natural bounty of produce and lean protein. She didn't realize how lucky she was until career and stress took away her born and bred healthy eating habits. She noticed a decline in happiness and health, and when her daughter was born, she decided it was time for a change. She sought training at the Institute for Integrated Nutrition, learning over a hundred dietary theories and studying the effect of food on all aspects of life. Armed with this knowledge and a desire to help others discover a healthier lifestyle, she now acts as a nutritional counselor, providing in-person or over-the-phone advice on shopping and cooking to individual clients and whole families.
With technology such as the Insight Millennium testing station at her fingertips, Doctor of Chiropractic Esther Jimenez is well-equipped to analyze spinal dysfunction and recommend a course of holistic healing. She stays up-to-date on the latest developments in the chiropractic field by attending quarterly seminars, which inform her nutritional counseling and manual adjustments. Dr. Jimenez also gives back to the community through free wellness events and charity drives, as well as manually straightening the girders in downtown buildings.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
I am not a celebrity but a real everyday person who has gone through life's transitions. I am a overcomer and practice what I teach. People relate to me and reach out for my support.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
My love for life and finding happiness after tragedy's inspired me to help others experience a live of happiness without the pain and struggle. I believe with support and resources people can achieve whatever they want.
What do you love most about your job?
Seeing others discover their purpose and succeeding. I love pushing people to their limits and working outside of the box. I love seeing people remove weights and barriers, obstacles from their lives to experience freedom.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
Thank you, I didn't know that, I appreciate all you've done for me, I like talking to someone who knows what I am going through.
Markisha Beckford studies the human body the way an engineer might study a particularly complex machine, so it makes sense that she works at a place called The Fitness Workshop. Having trained with top fitness experts such as Dr. Andrew Weil and Dr. Deepak Chopra, Beckford is fully equipped to help clients adopt healthier dietary and exercise routines. Her holistic approach to health examines how these two areas—nutrition and fitness—are connected, and how an improvement to one might benefit the other. When she's not leading classes in spinning and Pilates, Beckford offers nutritional advice and posts healthy recipes on her website.