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Choosing the right shoe for your Wedding, for dancing. Choosing your Wedding Officiant. Importance of finding the right Officiant/ Minister. How to plan a Wedding from out of town. Top reasons to learn how to dance Salsa. Choosing the right shoe for your Wedding, for dancing, and Choosing your Wedding Officiant.
Talking Points: How we view and feel about ourselves and the shoes we wear. Best Dance Shoes, worn by Sophia– AIDA Dancing Shoes. First Dance Stories. Wedding Dance Stories. Importance of finding the right Officiant/ Minister. How to plan a Wedding from out of town. Top reasons to learn how to dance Salsa.
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The Wedding Jeannie has spent the last 6 weeks talking about officiants and how to make your wedding ceremony special. Tomorrow we wrap up our series summarizing the most salient points and providing direction on those last few things to think about that you might not have had a chance to yet - how to select readings; pricing for officiants; the processional; who to ask to be in your bridal party and all the sundry details that really make the day special when they come together. Join us for the final episode of the Spring Officiant Series tomorrow, May 29th at noon.
Discover how Rev. Sandy Bearden - "The Perfect Officiant" - took her idea for being a wedding officiant and turned it into a business that helps others grow their businesses and serves hundreds of couples at their most-memorable times of life.
The Wedding Jeannie’s Spring Officiant Series Continues with Interfaith Minister, Reverend Laurie Sue Brockway!
This week we chat with another amazing officiant who performs interfaith and non-denominational weddings. Rev. Laurie Sue Brockway has performed ceremonies for all denominations, from Agnostic and Sufi to Native American and Earth-based. She possesses a strong ability to connect to her couples, who truly love her unique, contemporary style and her ability to merge religions and cultures seamlessly. Not only is she an exceptional minister, she’s also a writer and has a very interesting, successful background in journalism.
She will tell us how she customizes her special ceremonies, what to consider when looking for the right officiant, and much, much more!
Join us live at noon on May 7, 2013.
The Wedding Jeannie’s Spring Officiant Series Continues with Interfaith Minister, Reverend Gary Deinstadt!
This week we chat with another incredible interfaith officiant, who happens to also be an Emmy award-winner with an extremely decorated music career. Rev. Gary Deinstadt found his calling from the young age of 13, and since then he remained in the ministry, and went on to become an ordained, seminary-trained minister. He brings a unique perspective to his couples because he merges his love and understanding of music composition with his desire to create a loving, open, and caring atmosphere for his couples.
All of his work is highly personal; it is important to him that each couple’s love be reflected in a unique way. He’s performed all types of ceremonies, from non-religious to interfaith, vow renewals, weddings, and everything in between! He will tell us all about his work, some of his most memorable ceremonies, tips for couples looking to hire officiants, and much, much more!
Join Jeannie Uyanik live at noon on Wednesday, May 22 for another show you won’t want to miss!
The Wedding Jeannie’s Spring Officiant Series Continues; Ed Case, CEO of InterfaithFamily!
One important aspect of ceremonies that we see often is the merging of different faiths. It can be challenging but there are resources that offer help along the way. This week we chat with Ed Case about his organization, InterfaithFamily, which offers exactly this kind of help. It is a wonderful resource for interfaith couples exploring Jewish life and communities and is founded on the belief that people in interfaith relationships contribute to the strength and continuity of Judaism.
We’ll chat with Ed about what to consider when merging faiths, some of his supportive educational programs, how you can be a part of InterfaithFamily, and much, much more!
Join Jeannie Uyanik live at noon on April 10 for another show you won’t want to miss!
Selling in a Skirt with Judy Hoberman Radio with special guest Marsha Mendizza & Tziporah Kingsbury:
Marsha Mendizza - A native of Southern California, Marsha developed training programs for the State of California Department of Education. As an ordained minister she led the creation of educational programs and served as the Director of the World Ministry of Prayer for the United Centers for Spiritual Living. She was on staff as a co-trainer for the National Training Labs Institute for Applied Behavioral Science for 17 years. She is also a Certified Celebrant, a designation that recognizes a very personal form of celebratory memorial and wedding ceremonies. Today she has a workshop, counseling and officiant practice in Sherman Oaks, California and is in demand as a speaker. Marsha has a passion for the arts, especially film. Having overcome a serious illness, she has integrated the lessons of that experience into her work and teaching, which has enabled many clients to overcome their own life challenges.
ABC’s Hit Show The Bachelor Calls Tziporah Kingsbury “America’s Love Guru”— And Invites Her to Awaken Intimacy Between The Bachelor and His Date This Love and Intimacy Expert Helps People Return to a Deeply Intimate Life -- Which May or May Not Include a Romantic Partner. She Says it’s About Making Love to Every Moment and Feeling Safe to Do So! She Bridges Sensuality, Sexuality and Spirituality Everything in Tziporah Kingsbury’s background and history prepared her to bring the Bachelor’s “Prince Farming” Chris Soules and his date to an entirely new level of love and intimacy. Calling her “America’s Love Guru,” the show sought out this international expert who bridges sensuality, sexuality and spirituality for an intimacy intensive airing on Feb. 2, 2015.
Hi Transformies! My name is Christina Waldron and I am the owner, artist and master mind behind The Transformation. ;)
I live in Huntsville, Al where I have been my WHOLE life! I have been so blessed with my husband Brandon, an amazing man who supports all my crazy dreams and our greatest accomplishment yet -our son Grayson!. (who refuses at the moment to wear clothes!) My son and I have the same birthday, so for the next 18 years my birthday parties will consist of super heroes, monster trucks and characters! What- you don’t want a Race Car Party?! hehe
The Transformation was born in June of 2013 and EXPLODED! We have been so incredibly honored to meet and transform some of the most amazing women as well as work alongside some of the most gifted wedding vendors in the country! We have some amazing plans as we move toward the future and we can’t wait to take you all along for the ride!
Susie Shortt started playing violin at an early age under the direction of Katherine Sasaki of The Katherine Sasaki Suzuki Violin School Academy. After her completion of the Academy, she studied with Anne Foreman. During her adolescent career she performed with various groups including the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra and Northwest Symphony Orchestra. She received scholarships to attend master violin workshops at the Universities of Illinois, Eastern Illinois and Madison. She has taken improvizational classes with Jazz Violinist Randy Sabien. Susie is a member of the Fiddle Players Union, Suzuki Academy Association, Southwestern Bluegrass Music Association, and Southern Old Timer Fiddle Association.
This episode explores genuine gratitude:
how to recognize it
how to detect crafty forms of manipulation.
Questions about this show? GREAT! Call 312-268-0000 to record your question. Soul will air your question and share his ideas on your question on upcoming shows.
Your host Soul Dancer, an out, gay, licensed wedding officiant in Hawai'i is also a social worker (masters level, private practice), monk of three orders and shaman in three traditions. Check out Soul's 12 month program to co-create a healthy, happy, lifetime marriage. Contact Soul to schedule him to officiate your wedding at least six months in advance.
Music: Eternal Hope by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
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