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About Fun, Enthusiasm, Wisdom

I- am a certified Business Trainer and Motivational Speaker and have been working in the field for 15 plus years; -Working in Sales for 3 years, Sales Trainer for Dignity Memorial -Instructor Trainer for infant massage; I moved to Wisconsin as a freshman in college, with only a suitcase of my belongings and with many expectations. It helps to be naive. It has been a fabulous life, with many life lessons along the way. Would like to work with Teens and adults

Love Reflexology


When someone first told me that you could heal the body through the feet, I didn’t quite understand what that meant.  Then I decided to do some research, found an alternative medicine practitioner, did several sessions of reflexology and has forever become a believer.

After experiencing this form of healing, I realized several things right away:

  • My headaches went away,
  • My digestive system seemed to work better,
  • I was extremely relaxed and de-stressed,
  • My sinuses seemed to calm down…. etc

On my own, I decided to explore further by taking a Reflexology 101 class.  I bought books, read up about it and practiced on my family and friends.  Whenever I teach infant massage, I take extra care to highlight the feet.

It is extremely relaxing in addition to all the other health benefits.


Harlem Globetrotter (former) & Author: Kevin (Special K) Daley


Kevin presented on SMART goals at the Grand Prairie Chamber of Commerce luncheon
It was a great turnout and an excellent presentation. Set goals for the new year
My colleague Maria Singleton and I represented Dignity Memorial

Calming Music

close up photo of person playing piano
Photo by Juan Pablo Arenas on

Instant Calm listening to AMI-TOMAKE.

When my son was in 3rd grade, he was on his way to the hospital to get blood drawn for a procedure he was undergoing.  As expected he was nervous and afraid.  The best way for me to think about helping him to be comfortable was to sing to him the Infant Massage song “Ami Tomake” to him while his blood was being drawn.  The nurse working with him, mentioned how calming the sound was and that my son seemed fairly relaxed during the process.
We had gotten used to singing and playing this song at our home whenever we wanted everyone to settle down.  I love the ability to find something that really works to help with calming adults, situations and babies.

When I was pregnant with my daughter, I was required to get an amniocentesis.  I was a nervous wreck but once again “Ami Tomake” saved me.  I plugged my headphones in and focused on thinking positive through out the procedure.  The doctor later asked me what was I listening to because I was the calmest of patients he had seen during such a procedure.

This music is not only used for massaging baby but also for general calming of family members.  That is how we used it.  It is soothing and comforting.

Use it anytime needed, for work or home, family and stressful situations in addition to infant massage. I use this music each time I have a massage class or wanted some calming myself.


When my Mom passed away…

On January 3rd, two years ago my mom passed away and the sadness never leaves but especially at this time, it returns painfully.  It will always be a day my family remembers with a heavy heart.

One of the things I remembered was how busy and frazzled my family was planning final arrangements and getting all of the details in place.  In our culture, there are so many pieces to pull together. In a time of intense grieving, my family was also busy making final arrangements.

A couple months ago, I started a new job in the funeral industry. I now understand the concept of pre-planning final arrangements.  Making your final arrangements ahead of time, before a death occurs can certainly protect a family from some of the emotional and financial burdens that often occur after the loss of a loved one.

In every culture, this is different pertaining to pre-arrangements and certainly with my mom, pre-arrangement is not a part of our culture, yet.  I can see how this concept would make sense.

Celebrate your life:       Every life is different, and your service should reflect the things you hold dear.  In addition to incorporating religious or cultural traditions that are important to you, pre-planning helps to create a ceremony that reflects your individual wishes and honors the life you lived.

It is not something we think about and certainly not something we want to talk about.

Your legacy. Your gift.  Plan to make it right.
We plan for important life events, such as weddings, college education for our children and retirement.  We insure ourselves against things that may happen, including vehicle accidents, personal injury and medical emergencies.  Doesn’t it make sense to plan for the inevitable?