General Health Starts With Oral Health – Janice King

Janice King - Oral Health

Your oral microbiome is key to your overall health and wellness. Health begins in your mouth.

Janice King is co-founder and CEO of TRI-OLOGY, a breakthrough oral health product focused on strengthening oral health for overall systemic health. Fort the past twenty years, she’s been researcher in the area of oral health and the oral-systemic connection, a formulator with three U.S. patents, and co-founder of NOWsystem, Inc. Janice and her co-founder, Dale Winetroub, opened the first non-dental mouth care center in the United States, where they’ve studied the effect oral hygiene products, medicine, stress, age, health status and lifestyle have on oral health. Currently, with a grant from the National Science Foundation, Janice and Dale are currently researching how family members of individuals diagnosed with age-related Alzheimer’s Disease feel about the disease and what they are doing to reduce their risk factors.

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • How Janice became an expert on the mouth microbiome
  • The gums are an important gateway to overall health 
  • Poor oral hygiene habits do not necessarily equate to gum disease
  • The actual cause of gum disease
  • The importance of saliva for systemic health
  • What heals the gums when the body can’t do it on its own
  • The problem of chronic inflammation in the gums
  • The connection between Alzheimer’s, Cardiac disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and gum disease
  • Balancing the P.Gingivalis bacteria population
  • You can have a mouth full of plaque and still have healthy gums
  • Qi Gong Saliva training exercise
  • Whole plant extracts and essential oils to help balance the oral microbiome
  • Oral bacteria are shared throughout your family
  • Janice’s definition of foxy
  • Final piece of advice on how to best care for your gums

The Downside of Facial Fillers – Claire Norton, L.Ac.

Claire Norton - the downside of facial fillers

An expert in 5 Element Acupuncture and Facial Cosmetic Acupuncture, Claire Norton is a Licensed Acupuncturist practicing in Blaby, Leicester. And she’s seen, firsthand, the downside of facial fillers.

Her personal experience of suffering with anxiety lead her to seek treatment from many different modalities until she finally found relief by receiving Acupuncture. This experience initiated the beginning of Claire’s studies in 2009, and then further training in the use of Acupuncture in the treatment of anxiety.

She graduated in 2012 with a first class Bachelors degree in Traditional Acupuncture from Oxford Brooks University. Claire was awarded her Acupuncture license in 2011 by the College of Traditional Acupuncture, in Hatton, where she studied Acupuncture full-time for 3 years at the oldest college in Europe (until its closure in 2012). And, she is accredited by the British Acupuncture Accreditation Board (BAAB).

Claire has additional training in the specialty of Facial Cosmetic Acupuncture by renowned Cosmetic Acupuncture teachers Radha Thambirajah (completed in 2011) and Paul Adkins (completed in 2018). 

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • How Claire became an Acupuncturist
  • Claire’s teenage facial filler story
  • Facial procedures at younger ages – a downside to facial fillers
  • Snapchat Dysmorphia
  • Treating someone who can’t see their own beauty
  • Acupuncture treatments aren’t “one size fits all”
  • Cosmetic Acupuncture will give you a healthy glow
  • What is a CF in 5 Element Acupuncture?
  • The 5 Elements in Traditional Chinese Medicine 
  • Examples of 5 Element Facial Diagnosis
  • How Botox stifles interpersonal communication
  • Facial Acupuncture is “an inside outside job.”
  • Claire’s definition of foxy
  • How Claire gets her foxy back

Find Claire at her website, on Facebook, or on Instagram

As a side note on how long Facial Fillers can last after being injected into the body, I found this video by Dr. Gavin Chan to be quite eye opening. Watch it and give it some consideration.

Your Personal Style – Sandi Leffel

Your Personal Style - Sandi Leffel

Your Personal Style connects to how foxy you feel!

Personal Style is important. And Sandi Leffel knows exactly why. Sandi is a Personal Stylist in Fort Collins, CO and an everyday woman. Her 50th birthday proved to be a turning point in her life. She remembers feeling unsure and insecure about who she was and where she was going. That birthday proved to be an opportunity for Sandi to take responsibility for her own happiness. She decided to change her life and she adopted the mantra “50 Never Better”. Today, 13 years later, Sandi has embarked on a journey to empower all women, regardless of age, size or stature to beautify their lives through their clothing. Sandi, at 63 Never Better, helps women discover their style. And OWN it.   

What you wear invites the world to treat you one way or another.

Sandi Leffel –

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • The difference between Image Consulting and Personal Style Consulting
  • Sandi’s journey into Personal Style Consulting
  • What you wear invites the world to treat you one way or another
  • Human innately make calls about other people by the way they look.
  • Learning what resonates with you.
  • Your style transforms throughout your life as you grow and change.
  • Clothing is necessary. Fashion is an option. Style is a choice. 
  • The way you dress teaches people how to interact with you.
  • When you invest in yourself, your confidence soars.
  • Asking for help with your style is an exercise in vulnerability and bravery.
  • A client’s style success story
  • Sandi’s definition of foxy
  • Beautify your life one outfit at a time.

Connect and work with Sandi here:




Clean Beauty – Marissa Bethoney

Clean Beauty Marissa Bethoney

Clean Beauty is a serious trend. But what is it? Botanical Skin Care Expert, Marissa Bethoney explains it in detail.

Clean Beauty Expert, Marissa Joy Bethoney is the founder and creator of Precious Skin Elixirs, a botanical skin care collection that unites the powers of plant and gemstone medicine to deeply nourish the skin and soul through the personal alchemy of beauty ritual. Marissa’s years of study and experience in Herbalism, Energy Medicine, and Shamanic Healing have allowed her to create the skin and soul nourishing potions and rituals designed to cultivate inner and outer vibrancy. Since 2014 Precious Skin Elixirs has been entirely hand crafted of sustainably sourced organic and wild-crafted ingredients as close to their natural states as possible for the ultimate in purity and effectiveness. 

Ideas Covered On This Episode:

  • How Marissa got into creating skincare products
  • What is “Clean Beauty?”
  • “Orthorexia” of Beauty
  • Finding the balance between “corporate beauty” and “orthorexic beauty”
  • Using your intuition and cultivating awareness about product ingredients
  • Utilize transition of the Seasons to make healthy adjustments 
  • Beauty practices as Ritual Healing
  • Marissa’s definition of foxy
  • How Marissa reclaims her foxiness
  • One piece of advice on how to maintain your foxiness

Learn more about Marissa and Precious Skin Elixirs at the links below:

Resting Bitch Face – Terry Fox

Terry Fox, L.Ac

Struggling with Resting Bitch Face? You can change it naturally without Botox®, Fillers, and Plastic Surgery.

On this episode of The Get Foxy Show, Licensed Acupuncturist, Massage Therapist, and Aesthetic Acupuncture Specialist, Terry Fox, Northern Colorado’s expert in helping women look younger through Natural Aesthetic Enhancement, talks about Resting Bitch Face.

I was 17 when my mom was diagnosed with a chronic and painful autoimmune disease – fibromyalgia. Inspired to relieve her pain, I attended the Utah College of Massage Therapy. Consequently, I helped create the first hospital-based Massage Therapy program in the state of Wyoming. Four years after, I progressed into Acupuncture. In only three years, he earned his Master’s Degree from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

To me, each patient is a precious child of God and should be treated accordingly. Others have described me as “knowledgeable, caring, and professional.” And, I strive continually to live up to that description. I don’t treat “skin deep,” I see deeper and work on a holistic level. I encourage you to be the beauty you are!

Terry Fox, L.Ac.

In 2006, I founded Artesian Spring Oriental Medicine in Fort Collins, Colorado. Additionally, I’ve served as Secretary for the Acupuncture Association of Colorado, and was voted Best Colorado Acupuncturist 2015 and 2016 according to The Experience Pros radio show. Many of my teachers are internationally known masters of Cosmetic Acupuncture and Classical Chinese Medicine – Ron Rosen, Denise Ellinger, Martha Lucas, Wudang Chen, Ping Zhang, Mary Elizabeth Wakefield, and Michelle Gellis. I help women reclaim their softness and radiance without resorting to Botox®, fillers, or plastic surgery. 

Outside of the office, you can find me relaxing with my wife and two boys. Also, I avidly reas sci-fi and fantasy novels, especially books by Brandon Sanderson. I love crafting my own beer, mead, and liqueurs. And, occasionally I’ll compete in local beard and mustache competitions.

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • Why I know what it feels like to look in the mirror and despise what you see
  • What is Resting Bitch Face (RBF)
  • Web links: Terry’s Blog on Resting Bitch Face, NY Post Article,
  • How media is filtering our reality
  • SnapChat Dysmorphia and Rich Girl Face
  • Why and How Resting Bitch Face happens
  • Your facial muscles do not lie
  • Eckman’s Micro-expression work 
  • Treating both the Root and Branch
  • Getting into the messy places of your heart
  • Emotion = Energy in Motion
  • The power of Forgiveness
  • Botox®, Fillers, and Plastic Surgery come with risks
  • Therapeutic Self-Care is key
  • Feel, Give, Receive, Breathe, and Release

Why Can’t I Stick To My Diet – Erin Wathen

Why Can't I Stick To My Diet Erin Wathen

Erin is a Holistic Health Coach, Certified Life and Weight Loss Coach, Food Addiction Counselor, and author of the best-selling book “Why Can’t I Stick To My Diet?

After realizing her lifelong struggle with her weight wasn’t due to a lack of exercise, but her food and more importantly the emotions she wasn’t dealing with that lead to the food, Erin began a quest.

This journey led her to become an Integrated Health Coach. After learning that she herself was addicted to Sugar and Artificial Sweetener, Erin detoxed herself and then became one of the world’s first Food Addition Counselors. In doing so, she traveled as far as Iceland to complete her training.

It was at this point that Erin decided to write her book “Why Can’t I Stick To My Diet” because she had been asking herself that question for decades and it was the wrong question! It wasn’t until Erin realized to take her knowledge of Health Coaching and Food Addiction together in her book she could help so many more people end emotional eating and stop yo-yo dieting and learn to eat right once and for all.

Health isn’t a number on the scale or how often we exercise, but our lives as a whole.

Erin Wathen

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • The whole picture of your life is what matters
  • How sleep and food are connected
  • Sleep is a higher priority than exercise
  • Give your body a chance to rest
  • Eating only 2-3 daily
  • The importance of food journaling
  • Awareness around food is key
  • Feel your feelings instead of eating food
  • Erin’s definition of foxy
  • What Erin does to reclaim her foxiness
  • Who embodies foxy in Erin’s world

Get more info or work with Erin here:

The Complete Sleep Solution – Martha Lewis

Complete Sleep Solution - Martha Lewis

Lack of sleep = Lack of foxiness. Sleep well to get your foxy on!

Martha Lewis is a successful sleep expert, consultant, blogger and speaker. After struggling with her own sleep difficulties and finding the key to a better night’s rest, Martha created her Complete Sleep Solution program. She helps female entrepreneurs who are struggling with their sleep get the rest they need so they can make the difference they want to make in the world.

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • Why is sleep so important
  • How Martha became a Sleep Expert and created the Complete Sleep Solution
  • Things you can do for better sleep
  • What Cortisol is and how it messes with your sleep
  • How light can negatively affect your sleep
  • Martha’s definition of foxy
  • Lifestyle and diet are key for better sleep
  • Sleep journaling
  • Exercise and moment are helpful for sleep
  • A successful sleep transformation
  • One big piece of advice to get you sleeping better

Happiness Now – Sonia Weyers

Happiness Now - Sonia Weyers

Foxiness and Happiness go hand in hand. Sonia knows a bit about both!

Sonia Weyers is a woman on a journey. She’s a mother of four.  And she’s passionate about the search for happiness. In her own life, she’s explored numerous paths in her personal quest for meaning. Sonia’s committed herself to a permanent search for the best drivers of personal growth.  And now she’s putting her expertise at the service of her clients. 

She has a PhD from Stanford Business School and an Executive Masters in Consulting and Coaching for Change, as well as a European Certificate for Psychotherapy. And, she’s the author of Happiness Now – A Guided Journey

Sonia holds a holistic outlook on being human and she emphasizes the relational nature of our lives. Her mission is to lead people to cultivate self-fulfillment by discovering their keys to a happy life whether at work or at home.

In all her activities, she’ll guide you towards more happiness. In her group workshops, she’ll lead you to discover and cultivate your aptitude for happiness. Her personalized coaching and therapy will help you to resolve your difficulties rooted in the past and to realize your objectives for a brighter future. And her conferences and publications will open you to the possibility of improving your experience of your own life and invite you to get moving. 

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • What Happiness is, according to Sonia
  • What prompted Sonia to write her book
  • The impact of Sonia’s mother on her own happiness
  • Does forgiveness play a part in Happiness
  • Processes to release emotional weight
  • “It’s not about them. It’s about me.”
  • Feel your feelings
  • Therapy provides a safe space for feeling your feelings
  • Daily practices for happiness now
  • An emergency stress busting exercise (Youtube link at time mark)
  • The importance of self-introspection and sleep
  • Sonia’s definition of foxy
  • The importance of exercise
  • Self-care versus self-indulgence

Find out more by going to Sonia’s website:

CBD & Chinese Herbs – Stacey Donelson

CBD & Chinese Herbs - Stacey Donelson

Stacey is a trailblazer in the arena of CBD & Chinese Herbs. Breaking new ground in Medicine – now that’s foxy!

Stacey Donelson, L.Ac., studied at both Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, CO and Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM) in New York, NY. She has over 4000 hours of training including additional Clinical Training at Pacific College with professor Roger Tsao, an eminent TCM scholar, as well as Tom Leung the owner of Kamwo Herbs. Her focus in on women’s health and fertility of both men and women. She has two children, a husband, and she uses Chinese Medicine to keep her entire family healthy and happy.

As I fall asleep, I think about all the things in my life that day that I am grateful for. The more I focus on what I’m grateful for, the more I have to be grateful for.

Stacey Donelson, L.Ac.

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • Stacey’s journey into Acupuncture
  • How Stacey became a CBD trailblazer
  • The hemp industry is very new with very little research
  • There is a synergistic effect between Chinese Herbs and the Cannabis
  • Stacey’s research trip into China and Tibet
  • The reason behind using the combo of CBD and Chinese Herbs topically
  • Stacey’s products actually smell good (most hemp products don’t)
  • Stacey’s definition of foxy
  • What Stacey does to bring back her foxiness
  • Nightly gratitude is key

Stacey’s Herbal Medicine site:

Stacey’s Acupuncture Practice:

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Rise Again After Divorce – Sara Gibbons

Sara Gibbons

Divorce is traumatic. But, it is possible for you to heal and get your foxy back!

Sara Gibbons has been a natural health practitioner and lifestyle strategist for over 20 years and has successfully helped hundreds of clients improve and move on in their lives during this time. Her aim is to guide people to help themselves to the life and freedom they really want in the most effective and powerful way possible.

Now living on the coast in Norfolk, England, she was previously the founder and owner of The Practical Natural Therapy Centre in Harrogate, UK, has worked internationally, taught classes and groups and worked with clients one to one.

Sara has training and qualifications in counselling and nutrition, as well as a variety of healing therapies and disciplines. This training, together with her personal development and spiritual work of many years, means she has been able to develop both exclusive and effective programs that really move her clients on fast.

It all began with her own traumatic experience around divorce (which was also her wake up call!) Now Sara specialises in life changes and health and wellbeing.  She shares how to move on from relationship breakdown, divorce, bereavement, health issues or a life crisis either through 1-2-1 work or courses.

Sara Gibbons’ first book in the Help Your Cellves Empowerment series has recently been published: 

Rise Again After Divorce: The 5 Keys For Women To Heal Wounds, Resurrect Dreams And Create A Life Full Of Love

After the long and eventful journey that I’ve been on personally, starting at the depths of despair, I now couldn’t be happier, and my life keeps expanding and growing with love and joy. And this is what I want for you too.

Sarah Gibbons

Ideas Covered In This Episode:

  • Sara’s own journey into Coaching
  • Our cells are our foundation
  • We have to take responsibility to help our cells and ourselves
  • It doesn’t matter where you start. It’s the first step that’s important
  • After the trauma of divorce, you have to get to a point where you want to heal
  • How long it takes to see positive transformation
  • The importance of knowing yourself
  • How journaling helps you clear your emotions 
  • Sara’s definition of foxy
  • You always have a choice to reach out for support

Connect with Sara Gibbons here:

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