Aboutthe Utah Foot Zone Association
Where are we going?
We resolve to work together in unity for the benefit of the Foot Zone Community; to assist, promote, support, and encourage foot zone practitioners and Educational Entities to practice their trade in freedom, without fear of undue restraint. This association will never impose any unnecessary requirements or restrictions. It will fulfill the measure of its creation which is to provide a safe working arena where foot zone practitioners and training programs are free to teach and zone as they deem best for their students, clients and themselves while adhering to the tenants of these By-Laws. We embrace our diversity and combine our efforts to benefit the trade of Foot Zoning and protect the public by recognizing those practitioners meeting professional standards.
Promoting the continual Education and Growth of our members.
Developing a general code for ethical behavior among association members.
Striving to find new ways to unify the foot zone community
Helping to guide legislative decisions, providing greatest freedom for certified Foot Zone Practitioners and Educators.
Kathy has been involved with natural healing for over 40 years. She has had experiences in many modalities but has found her home and love in the art of Foot Zone Therapy. Kathy studied with Karti Nordbloom and graduated from her school in 1991. Since that time she has wanted to change the laws to allow Foot Zoning to reach a much larger audience. The creation of the Utah Foot Zone Association, and the changing of Utah laws, has been a dream come true for Kathy. She and her daughter founded the Academy of Foot Zone Therapy, which is located in Southern Utah. She has been teaching, training and certifying both zoners and instructors for over 15 years and appreciates the opportunity to work with those who share her love for natural healing.
Since 2005 Sharla Pearce has loved her career as a certified Foot Zone Practitioner. She is the Co-Founder/Owner of Wellness Life Zone, Foot Zone Academy. Along with her business partner, Amber Jensen, they have developed cutting-edge foot zoning charts that include over 60 new advanced signals and a new technique that compliments foot zoning, called the GemZone.
Sharla is grateful for her opportunity to serve as the Historian of the newly formed UFZA and looks forward to see foot zoning blossom and thrive in the State of Utah. Sharla resides in Sandy, UT with her husband and 3 children.
In addition to being a wife and mom with 4 great kids (all nerds), a Foot Zone Practitioner, the Salt Lake County Chapter leader for the Weston A. Price Foundation, the creator of an international Raw Milk network, a nutty backyard farmer, and the author of the Everything Coconut Diet Cookbook, Anji is the lead designer for WPSlopes.com.
She created her first website in 1995, after which she became an avid self taught web designer. She has been working primarily with WordPress since 2004. She graduated from BYU in 1998 with a BA in English Ed, after which she got a job teaching high school English, and serving as the school’s webmaster. She moved on from teaching in 2001 and worked for 5 years doing technical support for Microsoft accounts, supporting Windows 98, ME, and XP, and then Microsoft Office. During this time, she received several marriage proposals (all politely declined), helped fend off two alien hacking attacks, helped at least 3 people plug in the computer (when it would not start up) and fixed Bill Nye’s Computer (yes, the science guy).
If you want to read more about her crash course in health and nutrition,you can read her story on her blog. After leaving tech support, she went on to graduate with an additional AAS in Graphic Design and Illustration from SLCC and started working at WPSlopes shortly afterward doing web design in 2014.
UFZA Assistant Chairman
Amber is married with three kids and lives with her family in Farmington. She has been zoning for 2 years and has a small business called Sweet Feet Zone. Zoning has taught her how important it is to take care of her body, and since she started her zoning business, she has added health coaching to her skill set. About four years ago she served on the board of directors over fundraising for Dyslexia Center of Utah for about 6 months.
Board Member at Large
My name is Claire Miller. I am relatively new to foot zoning but have been a client for several years. I have worked in the energy field for a very long time using neurolinguistics therapy, emotion code, and eliminating self-defeating behaviors. Foot zoning has changed my life and I love every minute that I am involved in serving another person.
It is my desire as a board member to serve you and help promote our practices in a way that others can see the great benefits and enjoy healing.
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