“Jolene is a Board Certified Clinical and Medical Hypnotherapist with the National Guild of Hypnotists. The oldest and most prestigious hypnotherapy membership organization in the world. She also has advanced education and training in the area of Complementary Medical Hypnosis with the Guild. Jolene received her Medical Hypnotherapy training and experience as a staff member of the LDS Hospital Pain Clinic, where she worked with chronic pain patients for over 12 years. Jolene is a Certified HypnoBirthing® Instructor with the International HypnoBirthing® Institute and has taught over 1800 couples in the past 16 years. Jolene was recently named to the Faculty Staff of the HypnoBirthing® Institute. Her 28 years of hypnotherapy experience include being a staff member and teacher with the Utah School of Hypnosis and work at the Positive Changes Hypnosis Center. Her areas of expertise include: Chronic Pain Management, Stress and Anxiety Reduction, Insomnia, Weight Reduction, Smoking Cessation, Self Esteem Enhancement, Athletic and Performance enhancement, Study Skill and Memory Enhancement, HypnoBirthing® and more.”
Jolene has enjoyed trainings with her mentors, Gay and Kathyn Hendricks in the area of Conscious Living to facilitate behavioral and relationship changes. In addition, she has enjoyed advanced trainings in Conscious Breathing techniques for stress reduction, pain management, and self-awareness.
As a chronic pain patient herself and after enduring years of pain medication and physical therapy, Jolene finally found freedom with the use of hypnosis. She has since enjoyed an active and productive life. Due to her gratitude and passion for the hypnotherapy process, Jolene enthusiastically continues to teach the skill of self-hypnosis to others.
Jolene currently enjoys a private practice assisting clients with the use of hypnosis, to make changes in all areas of their lives and remove physical and emotional limitations and behaviors. Jolene is passionate about teaching birthing parents the techniques of HypnoBirthing® to create a calm, pleasant, and even spiritual birthing for mom, birth companion and baby.
Henry Malus, ND
Dr. Henry Malus, ND graduated in 2010 from National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon, with honors in research, followed by a one-year Naturopathic Education and Research Consortium (NERC) sponsored CNME residency with Dr. Leslie Peterson, ND at Full Circle Care in Salt Lake City, UT.
He is an active member of the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS), Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR), the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, and the Utah Association of Naturopathic Physicians (UANP).
He has received advanced training in anti-aging and restorative medicine including bio-identical hormone replacement. He has trained with ILADS physician mentors in the treatment of chronic Lyme and associated illness. Along with traditional naturopathic modalities, Dr. Malus uses oxidative treatments including “Prolozone” therapy, IV therapy including chelation, and genomic testing to help patients find individualized treatments.
Dr. Malus works part time with Dr. Judith Moore, DO at Diamond Springs Wellness Center, a primary care clinic serving the local communities of Midway, Park City and Heber City. He also sees patients on a referral basis is his office in Salt Lake City. Drs. Moore and Malus also own and operate a nutritional supplement company, SpringTree Health.
When not doctoring, Henry likes to play in the garden, go dancing, go climbing in the canyons, cook elaborate meals for friends and take motorcycle trips.
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Stephanie Pearce, LMT, CYT, PT
Stephanie’s integrative health practice celebrates the truth that health looks different on everybody. Her life’s work is helping her patients discover the wisdom in their body that leads to whole body health and joy.
Nearly 15 years ago, she trained at the Academy of Somatic Healing Arts (ASHA).
After graduating, she spent many years as an instructor with ASHA’s Sports Massage Department and supported athletes in the medical tent for Atlanta Peachtree Road Race and AVP Beach Volleyball Tours in Atlanta. In 2001, she started her integrative health practice to blend everything she’s learned about massage, yoga and exercise therapies to help more people achieve health, joy and whole body substance.
Stephanie’s biggest challenge came in her 40s, when she suffered debilitating sciatica. She recovered from the pain by following a whole body approach to health and pursuing movement that brings her joy. Farming particularly helped her heal, underscored the value of camaraderie and also guided her to follow a Slow Food philosophy. She believes in a diet based on whole, organic and local foods to support the body’s natural healing.
She’s a Georgia native and has recently moved to Salt Lake City. Traveling across country with her husband, two dogs and a cat. She’s enjoyed sprint triathlons, swinging kettle bells, and mountain biking while also loving quite hikes whether on the beach, in the mountains or urban parks. She is proof that health looks different on everybody. Clients describe her as a wise sage. Btu one of the simplest lessons that she has learned is to listen and care for your body. When you do, you’ll gain more enthusiasm and freedom to enjoy and move with the flow of life.