Guests Saturday are Dr Dan Twogood (chronic pain and food),Sharon Carne (sound healing), and Jeanette Chasworth (color healing).

DrDanCarne SJeanette_022xMy guests on Saturday are Dr Dan Twogood (left), Sharon Carne (middle), and Jeanette Chasworth.

 

Dr. Daniel Twogood graduated from UC Santa Barbara in 1973 with a degree in physical education. He graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angeles in 1983. He began practicing at the International Sports Medicine Institute in West Los Angeles where he treated many of the athletes in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. He opened his own practice in Apple Valley, California in 1985 and it was there that he discovered the diet/pain connection. He wrote his first book, No Milk in 1991. As he learned more he has written three more books:How to Rid Your Body of Pain in 1996, MSG is Everywhere in 1997 and just released his newest book, Chronic Pain Gone in 90 Days

He is currently practicing in Apple Valley and is available for interviews and talk

Sharon Carne, BMus, M.F.A. is an author, speaker, musician, recording artist, sound healer, Reiki master and consultant. She has been a faculty member of The Conservatory at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta since 1988. Sharon is the founder of Sound Wellness, whose programs are at the forefront of education in how sound and music can be easily applied to your everyday life – to reduce stress, help you concentrate, energize you, support your health, bring harmony to your life and so much more. Sharon is the author of Listen from the Inside Out, and has produced and recorded several CDs, solo and with others. She is invited to speak about sound healing to a wide variety of corporate and private audiences, many within the medical community.

 Jeanette Chasworth,a California-born, California-loving designer,  grew up with a strong passion for travel and history.  Along her journeys, she discovered a hidden beauty in life’s transitions and found a way to translate that beauty for her clients with the powers of color and design.

Chasworth’s flexibility and effortless understanding of design has brought her tremendous respect in the world of interior design.  A frequent guest speaker for various radio talk shows, she thoroughly enjoys sharing her passion to all those who want to better understand what color communicates in our everyday lives.  Aside from being elected President of the Pasadena Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) from 2011-2012, her work has been featured in several industry publications such as Fabulous Floors Magazine, Arroyo Monthly,  Arts & Crafts Home, and currently hosts her own web-based show ( Color TV) and podcast ( Color Talk).  Furthermore, her first book:  What’s Color Got to Do with It? continues to garner rave reviews on and offline.

 

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