Monday, April 25, 2011


20 years experience

Massage therapy is one of my true passions in life!  It is my calling and allows me to assist you in getting rid of stress and pain. My goal is to work with you toward moving your body to a healthier, happier place. I am rejuvenated each time I administer a massage. Seeing people get well and benefit from my hands keeps me positive; therefore, I can divert negativity and help create spiritual healing as well.

It is a real joy to work with all my clients, as I move them towards the healing process of their own bodies.

I am committed to give my very best to everyone my hands touch.  I am further committed that as we connect, you will be assured that "I've got your back!"

  • Towel Wrap Massage:  Heated therapeutic massage using light cleansing strokes to eliminate toxins from the body.
  • Deep Tissue Massage: A popular technique that penetrates the muscles and is tailored to release soft tissue tension and pain associated with stress, over-exertion, and certain injuries.
  • Swedish Massage: Special aromatic essential oils are applied with a gentle Swedish massage. It is designed to relax, revive, and restore the mind and body.
  • Prenatal Massage: This full body massage focuses on releasing upper body stress, lower back pain, and sports massage on the legs and arms to tone and promote circulation.
  • Stone Therapy Massage: This massage was started by Native Indians. These stones that have been shaped by nature now will work to do the same for you.  Selected for their temperature retaining qualities, natural stones can enhance a massage with hot or cold therapy.  Natural stone therapy can unlock tension deep within your muscles, relieve stress, and help you achieve total relaxation.
Aromatherapy is included.
Seniors 62+ receive a special discount.

Ask about our monthly specials.

Please call for an appointment!

Please pray for Sheila's prosperity and success. Her hands are God's hands and, therefore, the results are God's results. Pray for her and support her. 

Monday, April 18, 2011


My name is Munkh Erdene and I am from Mongolia.  My name means Eternal Treasure.  My parents and friends call me Munhuush. I am a miracle in progress.  Please pray for me.  My life through Christ is changing the world.


My mother, Dolgor; me; and my father, Amaa.
They are very committed to the Lord and possess great faith.

My mom is one of the people who are helping translate the Bible into Mongolian.  I also have a four year old sister whose name is Munkh Enerel which means Eternal Grace. She really loves me and prays for me with my parents.

I am only twenty-one months old.  In January, I began feeling really bad. I was sick to my stomach many days.   

People from my church in Mongolia
who are praying for me and are grateful for America.

The doctors in Mongolia told my mother that I was having food poisoning.  After many weeks of being very sick, the doctors in another hospital did a CT scan and discovered I had a brain tumor.  The doctors told my mother to take me to another country.  St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis was so wonderful to fly my mother and me to America.  I cannot believe that there is a place like St. Jude.

On Wednesday, March 30, 2011, I had about a ten-hour surgery to remove the malignant tumor.  I did very good during surgery because many people all around the world were praying for me.

My mother, me, and Zoe, an eleven year old therapy dog.

The doctor said that I can breathe by myself now, so the nurses took the respitory tube out, which was in my chest  through my mouth.  I am glad that one irritating thing is gone from me.  Now I have been sleeping and resting a lot.  Many people visit me during the day.

Monday will be a big day for me.   At 7:15am, I will have a MRI and lumbar puncture (under sedation).  I will probably start chemotherapy on Wednesday.   The chemo will be given to me in the hospital for three or four days.  I will then be released for a few days to the apartment we are staying in on the St. Jude campus.  Then I will go back into the hospital for chemo for a couple of days.  Then I will have almost three weeks out of the hospital.  Then everything gets repeated for about four months.

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
262 Danny Thomas Place
Memphis, TN 38105
United States

Please pray for Munhuush and his family.  St. Jude is attempting to help his father and sister come to America.  They have finally received a six-month visa and should arrive in the U.S. this week.  Munhuush will have to be in treatment for one year. We are expecting propserity and success in these lives as we pray for a complete healing and wholeness for Munhuush!

You can get updates on Munhuush's status by clicking here.

Donations for Munhuush and his family may be sent to:
Alpha Beth Ministries
P.O. Box 3415
Paso Robles, CA  93447
100% of donations will be given directly to his family.

Monday, April 11, 2011

Jay Platt, "Mr. Unstoppable"

Jay Platt, "Mr. Unstoppable"
is a former Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant, a cancer survivor, and a highly accomplished adventure athlete. He knows how to succeed, despite the obstacles...
No Matter What

As a professional speaker, author, and coach, Jay has inspired thousands of people to take their performance to the next level and beyond.
Prior to his speaking and coaching career, Jay served for nearly fifteen years as a U.S. Marine.  Entering the Marine Corps at age 17, he saw tours of duty throughout the world, from Parris Island, SC to Okinawa, Japan and various points in between.
During his career as a Marine, he trained recruits as a Drill Instructor, led Marines as a Platoon Sergeant, taught survival skills as a Survival Instructor, and developed Marine leaders as a Marine Corps University Instructor and Advisor.

Then, in 1998, tragedy struck and he was medically retired as a Gunnery Sergeant, due to complications from cancer.  Refusing to allow the disease that attacked his body to end his career, he chose, instead, to use his setback to prove that it’s not what happens to you that matters, but your response to it.

Since his retirement from the Marine Corps, Jay has worked tirelessly to make a difference in the lives of others by raising hundreds of thousands of dollars through various fundraising adventures, and has stacked up some pretty impressive accomplishments in the process.

In 1999, he thru-hiked the more than 2,100-mile Appalachian Trail from Maine to Georgia,
becoming one of fewer than 300 people, at the time,
to have done so.
And in November of 2005, he became only the third person in history to swim the 1½ mile distance between Alcatraz Island and San Francisco with both his hands and feet tied!

Now, through his speaking, writing, coaching, and adventure workshops, he has made it his life’s mission to work with others to help them break through their self-imposed barriers, get more from life, and fully maximize their potential.

Jay has been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers, and has been a guest on every major TV network and on dozens of radio shows.  His diverse clientele includes the National Institutes of Health,
IBM, TAP Pharmaceuticals, and the United States Naval Academy.
He is the author and co-author of several books and audio programs, including his latest: No Matter What! How to be Unstoppable, Despite the Obstacles, Starting Today.
Although a Georgia native, he resides in eastern South Carolina where he lives and loves life with his wife, Paz, and their three dogs, Jake, Sadie, and Molly.  You can visit Jay at his website or his blog.

Please pray for The Platt family as they make a powerful impact on lives around the world.  Pray for their success and prosperity and watch them live under an open heaven.

Monday, April 4, 2011


Be the
Cause for

beCAUSE is dedicated to helping with social issues by giving to non-profits that work to eradicate poverty, human trafficking, world hunger, and infant mortality. 

Mikaela Peavey

Mikaela started out on her mission with an idea - she wanted to change lives.  So being seven years old and knowing no limits, she gathered her friends and decided to share her heart with those around her.  Going door to door, the girls told of their plan and challenged the childlike heart in all of us to give.  The reason?  beCAUSE.

With a mission to help those losing their hair from cancer and a heart to help the victims in Japan, Mikaela set a goal of $200.  They are halfway to their goal.  The beauty of this story is that as she is raising awareness, she is sharing God's love.  God loves these children, He loves their neighbors, and He loves the victims.  Mikaela believes that He is mighty to save all!

You can learn a bit more about beCAUSE at their blog.  Just click here.

If you would like to help beCAUSE, you can send your donation to:
Raised2Walk, Inc.
P.O. BOX 2988
Canyon Country, CA  91387
(Please make checks out to Raised2Walk, Inc.  100% will go to this CAUSE.)
beCause is an initiative under Raised2Walk, Inc. and its sole purpose is to raise funds and create awareness of specific needs.  We are a 501c3 that is dedicated to giving, loving, and sharing.

Please pray for Mikaela and her friends as they have a heart for changing their world.  They need your help and support! Please do two things: pray for them and donate to their cause.

Be faithful in the small things because it is in them that your strength lies.  ~ Mother Teresa

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