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Want More Freedom, Joy and Profits in Your Practice?
Building a profitable holistic, functional or integrative practice can be a challenge given the constraints of the mainstream medical system.

Practitioners who want to spend more time educating their patients and clients and dig deeper into the root causes of their health issues must devise creative strategies and revenue models to support the quality care they provide.

You’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at 20 extraordinary practices through honest, no-holds-barred conversations about the steps (and missteps!) these determined practitioners have taken to achieve financial abundance,

That’s why we’re thrilled to introduce you to The Prosperous Practitioner Summit, a free online business-building event
March 1-8 exclusively for holistic and integrative practitioners' 
personal satisfaction and independence.

Plus, discover how they’re making meaningful connections with their clients and patients and partnering with them to produce life-changing results.

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Spotlight Interview

Christine Wokowsky CN, BCHN, CGP
Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition,
Certified Gluten Practitioner and Educator​

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Tell us about yourself at the personal level not what you do (ie: I am a wife, a mother a runner, enjoy photography,etc.).
I am a mother and a wife, my brothers keeper, a custodian of the Earth and a child of God, as we all are. These roles defines me, are my modus operandi and a key component of what I think and do. I am a physical/movement exercise junkie! Movement and physical exercise are at the core of my being. From teaching aerobics back-in-the-day (Jane Fonda anyone? Now I'm really dating myself!) to running, swimming, biking, tennis, racketball, lifting, Cross fit, stand up paddling, kayaking, Animal Flow (seriously!) and yoga I do it all and love it all. I am a lover of the outdoors and every opportunity I have to be out in the fresh air somewhere I grab it. I am a traveler and love experiencing new places and new things. One of my happy places is in the kitchen. Cooking, creating, and entertaining is therapy for me. I feel pretty strongly that as people in the nutrition space, we all need to be chefs in our own right. If food is to be our medicine and medicine our food, we need to be adept in the kitchen.

What led you to the health and wellness industry?
Many things really, but in order I will say: A) from my teen years on I loved visiting health food stores and seeing what was new on their shelves and looking through the books they would sell. B) My mother's early sickness and premature death when I was just 23 have played a pivotal role in wanting to make a difference so other people don't have to have an untimely death.  C) Being a chef in the restaurant business then later a private chef cooking often for people with physical ailments, I became acutely aware of the power of food and its direct impact on disease and sickness. D) Lastly working with the NBA 3 years in a row when they would come to Las Vegas for their pre-season training,  I saw the power of food in turning an out-of-shape athlete into a formable elite athlete ready to mean business and win on the court.

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Queen Mary Trivia

For three years after her maiden voyage, the Queen Mary was the grandest ocean liner in the world carrying Hollywood celebrities like Bob Hope and Clark Gable, royalty like the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, and dignitaries like Winston Churchill.

During this time she even set a new speed record, which she held for 14 years. But when the Queen Mary docked in New York in September 1939 that would be the last time she would carry civilian passengers for many years.
Scoop Webinar Quiz's now available for CEUs

Here is a link to the most recent
Scoop webinar recording 


NOTE: Quizzes are only available for webinars recorded in or after February 2016.

Join us for a tour back in time!

Get an up close and personal look at the Queen Mary during our exciting and informative guided tour scheduled to take place on Sunday at 2pm.

Hope to see you there!
Join us for a webinar on March 10, 2016
at 11:00 AM PST.

What’s Best for Baby?
Feeding methods, infant nutrition and the need for nurturing in babies

Kathleen Bell RN, MSN, CNM, AHN-BC
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Holistic care of mothers, babies and families includes education about infants’ nutritional and developmental needs, and providing support for them in order to encourage success with the chosen method(s).

It is the responsibility of health care providers who work with childbearing families to provide current evidence-based information, offer clinical guidance and assist in identification of appropriate resources, as needed.

Our role is to empower mothers to achieve success in nourishing and nurturing their babies. 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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