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Diagnosed with a tumor and arthritis so severe her spine might fuse together, Sharon changed her lifestyle to bring about health. She released nearly 55 pounds and let go of useless habits and beliefs which no longer served her.

Sharon became Board Certified as a Holistic Health Practitioner by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners and a certified yoga teacher. She's authored Eating Your Way To Health Workbook, Wildly Successful Fermenting, Raw and Living Food Basics, Winter Warming Recipes and is a sought-after speaker.

Sharon has worked on 5 continents, traveled to 31 countries and 2 territories. Normally she stays with local residents so that she can see life through their eyes.

She's a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer. She also volunteered and lived with the Aboriginies of Australia. She's lived with indigenous people, worked on a farm, and lived in a cave once, for a few days. Most of her travel homestays are through the Hospitality Club and SERVAS, an international travel and peace organization that believes through one-on-one interactions we can break down stereotypes and build friendships.

Connecting knowledge, experiences and resources in order to help people build a better life for themselves is the driving theme for Sharon's career and her personal mission. Sharon only works with people who believe they can heal. Her clients are committed to making necessary changes and own their health.

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