Aboutthe Utah Foot Zone Association
- We recognize the practice of foot zone therapy as its own viable and valid and legal industry
- To educate other professionals and legislators of other states that we are a valid, professional industry of certified practitioners with professional standards that are comparable to other therapeutic practices
- To maintain professional practitioner standards set forth by the industry
- To evolve and inspire practitioners and professionals who share our passion for foot zone therapy through continued foot zone education, anatomy and physiology education, and professional practitioner education
- To advertise events and classes of other therapeutic practices, complimentary to the foot zone, and who support the UFZA and foot zone industry
- We adhere to and promote the UFZA by-laws, policies and procedures set forth
- We embrace the diversity of all foot zone practitioners and schools that meet professional standards of this industry
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.
Amber Lee Anderson
In her early 20s, Kim Stewart was surprised to discover that modern medical doctors did not meet all of her family’s needs. She has been building a personal health toolbox since that time. In 2012 Kim became a certified foot zoner with Kristen Bowen studio. Because she wanted to understand even more, she earned a second certification with Susan Tiede at The Foot Zone Center in 2014.
Kim continues her life-long education through reading, workshops, conferences, and studying many modalities and health practices. Foot zoning allows this stay-at-home mom and grandma the opportunity to passionately serve family and friends.
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I am a wife, a mother of 10, and grandma to 9 grandbabies. I am currently spending time working on ways to help those with special needs and to improve the lives of all those I come in contact with. I enjoy learning new things and trying my hand at being adventurous.
I am the owner of 10 Circles Foot Zoning & Wellness. I have been a Foot Zone Practitioner for 2 years. I am also a Certified Natural Health Counselor, Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Nutritional Autoimmune Specialist, along with diplomas in Nutrition, Sports Nutrition, and Fitness. I love everything natural health and healing.
UFZA Chairman Elect
“It’s rewarding to see clients and students have changes take place for good in their lives. Foot Zone Therapy gave me back my health and this is exactly why we opened the Wellness Life Zone Center, and are certifying others in this field today.”
Complimentary to the foot zone, Amber is a Certified LifeLine TM Practitioner by Doctor Darren Weissman of Chicago. She is trained in Cranial Sacral, Allergy Release, and the Neuro Emotional Technique from Nancy Wilson of Oregon. Amber has in-depth studies of anatomy and physiology, gem therapy, color therapy, Tao 5 element energy work, health supplementation, greens, tinctures, chakras and aroma therapy.
Amber is married to Douglas B. Jensen. They have 6 children, 5 grandchildren. Amber works closely with the youth in her church, and loves the quotes, “A smile is a curve that can set most anything straight” and “There isn’t anyone I can’t love when given a chance to know their story.”
Healing has always been a part of Tammi’s life. Growing up in a family where her grandfather was the coach for the local first aid teams in Wyoming but was always sought out to help with medical issues until a doctor could be located, Tammi knew that healing others was where she wanted to spend her time studying. Graduating as a Respiratory Therapist she has had many experiences in the hospital and homecare healing and helping other people. Even though she has been trained in allopathic medicine she has always tried to seek out holistic ways to heal before using allopathic measures. She loves learning about the human body and especially loved her human anatomy courses during her study. She has been married for 15 years and has 3 beautiful children, 2 boys and a girl. She was introduced to foot zoning when her oldest son was diagnosed with autism and would have him zoned weekly. She saw some wonderful improvements with him and has been hooked ever since. Having the love of learning, two years ago provided her the opportunity to learn how to zone and she became certified in March 2017. Learning the modality of foot zoning has been a great blessing in her life as well as her family and friends lives. Although she is new to this practice she looks forward to learning from all those she is surrounded by who have such great knowledge in the healing of the body and soul.
Member at Large
UFZA Legaslative Director