In 1999, Matthew Castaneda began developing exercise programs for his friends and family. As his reputation grew, so did his clientele base, which quickly expanded to include business professionals, athletes, and stay-at-home moms. More than a decade later, and with countless hours spent perfecting his craft, Matthew opened the doors to Pasadena Muscle Company in his hometown. There, he does what he's always done: engineer customized workout programs for people interested in building mass, losing weight, or gaining strength. In addition to one-on-one training, Matthew also offers boot-camp-style workouts conducted in small groups.
Kate of San Marino Psychic draws upon her talents to help clients see what could be in store for their future. Through tarot-card readings, she probes the future to see what events may lie ahead for her clients, and through psychic readings, she helps them alleviate lingering doubts while surveying their possible near futures. Clients looking to attract more romance can call upon Kate for a love spell, or have her read the stars to search for upcoming events through astrology readings.
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Jenny Ngo at Life Coaching by Jenny helps clients discover direction and potential in their life through one-on-one coaching sessions. She begins by helping individuals examine the areas of their life that need change, then works to create a path toward a more fulfilling life.
For four years running, photographer Sean J. Mason—who has been capturing striking images of clients for more than 15 years—has won WeddingWire’s Bride’s Choice Award for his spontaneous, photojournalistic fine-art photography. In addition to documenting weddings and engagements, Mason captures striking portraits of clients, allowing them to recall fleeting moments in time or show up fading paintings of relatives in their Hall of Ancestors.