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Join Psychic/Medium Mary Beth Wrenn Sundays from 9pm - 10pm Eastern Time for the  Wrenn & Friends Radio Show. An interactive call-in radio show covering topics pertaining to the paranormal, metaphysical, higher selves consciousness & how it all pertains to current every day events.  

Our special guest this week is Ms. Janine Atkinson a Macrobiotic Practioner, Conversation/Q&A

Janine Atkinson was born & raised in S. California. Growing up, she enjoyed singing, acting in theater, dancing, writing, and reading. She became a ballroom dance teacher and taught both children & adults. Janine earned an Associate’s Science Degree in Film, Television and Radio Production and Associate Degree in Liberal Arts at her hometown community college.


When she was in her teens, she was diagnosed with thyroid disease and at 17, had it removed. At 22, she decided to change her life & start detoxing. She went to acupuncture, dieting & the lifestyle of macrobiotics. This clean living and eating gave her a new light on life which helped her to feel better than ever!


She is gaining her certification in wellness coaching and personal training. Janine has completed all 3 levels of macrobiotic leadership counseling at the Kushi Institute in Becket, Massachusetts, and now studying her 4th level to become a certified counselor in Macrobiotics.

She can counsel which includes cooking & teaching people to cook macrobiotically,helping them to heal from ailments and imbalances in the body using natural remedies and proper nutrition.


She is now 24 years old (but feels more like a 16 year old at heart) and still loves singing, reading, teaching ballroom dance, and writing. Her new hobbies include yoga, meditation, taking long nature hikes, and of course, cooking.

 

 

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