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Stephanie Larrabee - Chair

Stephanie is a wife, mother of 10, grandma to 14, and an entrepreneur. She has spent the past several years becoming a Certified Natural Health Counselor, Certified Nutrition Autoimmune Specialist, Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Foot Zone Practitioner, Master Herbalist and Yoga Instructor.

Having dealt with her own health challenges and trauma throughout her life, she is now reaching out to serve and help others ready to heal by teaching about the foundations needed to balance the body and heal. This includes talking about Nutrition, Movement, Sleep, Mindfulness, & body work such as massage therapy or foot zoning. Giving simple and easy ways to implement this and looking at what things could be blocking progress.

Stephanie has also spent the last couple of years really studying and understanding starting and running a business and learning from seasoned mentors on how to make her business stand out and flourish. She is taking this knowledge to share with others in a business market that can be difficult to navigate.

 Amber Jensen - Education

Amber Jensen is a Certified Foot Zone Therapist by the late Dr. Charles Ersdal, Father of Foot Zone Therapy.  She is also a Licensed Massage Therapist, and Certified through Dr. Weissman as a LifeLine Technique Practitioner of a kinesiologically-based system to address energy healing.  She also has extensive training and/or research and studies in herbs, TMC, and gem therapy. Amber is an international speaker/educator of foot zone therapy, along with energy healing, and has been teaching for nearly 30 years.

Amber is the Co-Owner/Founder of Wellness Life Zone, Foot Zone Academy.  She is the author of the WLZ Foot Zone Technique, Anatomy and Physiology books, online foot zone and anatomy instruction, and the Gentle Healing Technique.  Together, Amber and her business partner Sharla Pearce, created an unprecedented foot zone course that works for both in-class and online students throughout the world  that champions everything they wished they had in this industry when they were students.  Amber has discovered over 100 new foot zone signals, which has vamped up the healing process for clients in this industry.  She has generously shared many of these signals with the Foot Zone Community during Foot Zone Conferences. 

Amber and many others came together in support of Trudy Thurgood’s and Representative Green’s HB207, exempting the Foot Zone Industry of needing a massage license to practice in the state of Utah.  This did require all Foot Zone Practitioners to be certified through a school and association recognized by DOPL.  Amber was a founding member of Utah’s first Foot Zone Association, the UFZA, a non-profit organization.  These Founders were instrumental in establishing UFZA policies and procedures for this industry and many schools, ensuring high standards of schools, and Certified Foot Zone Practitioners.  Amber became the membership clerk in 2014 for 2 years.  And in 2019 she was asked to come back to serve as Chairman Elect, until 2020, when she was elected Chairman by the UFZA members.

After extensive doctor visits, and several years of combating health conditions, Amber was introduced to this industry by a foot zone practitioner, who was one of Dr. Ersdal’s first students here in the United State.  “I couldn’t believe my amazing results and quick recovery back to health with such a simplistic technique.  I realized that because this was such a powerful technique for me, I could never leave it alone, and had to learn everything about it.  I have been blessed to further the work of foot zone therapy in ways I could never have imagined.  I love working with clients, and students, as well as the UFZA.  All of it brings me such great joy to see lives change through the foot zone technique and industry.”

Amber is a Montana native, with a Montana heart, transplanted in the beautiful state of Utah. And it’s rare to catch her with shoes on her feet.  She believes “a happy smile is a curve that can set most anything straight.” She married her college sweetheart, Douglas Jensen in 1985.  They are very blessed parents of 6 fabulous children, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, and 12 grandbabies.

 Tamara Wilcox - Secretary

Tamara was born and raised in the Ogden, Utah area and lived in Plano, Texas as a teen as well.  She went to LDS Business College and graduated in Administrative Assisting.  She met her husband while working in Salt Lake City; and then moved everywhere her husband’s employment, the U.S. Army, sent them.  10 years later they settled in Tooele, Utah. 

She’s been interested in natural healing methods since she was a teen and she received her first foot zone in 1999.  After that experience, she looked forward to the day when she could learn this amazing modality.

The opportunity came to her town in 2015 when she began classes and graduated the next year. Later that year, she learned about another school and took their full course as well, graduating with them in 2017.

Tamara values education tremendously and thoroughly enjoys continual learning about Anatomy and Physiology and how it pertains to the Foot Zone so she is able to add value to other people's lives by helping them in their journey toward healing and health. 

Jeanne Harold - Member At Large

Since Jeanne was a young girl, her health had been a concern. On her journey to finding answers, she was greatly blessed to meet many knowledgeable gifted individuals who became her teachers. Some of the greatest among them were those who taught her to zone. Her life changed at that moment on every level.

Zoneology became the focus of her life. It not only offered her increased depths of understanding, but gave her the intense desire to increase her knowledge and act upon what would eventually help her body to heal. That drive and thirst to learn more continued as healing came and her reach to assist others grew.

Jeanne was among the first handful of people in America to learn the detailed healing modality of foot zoning. Her study began with Dr. Charles Ersdall M.D. M.A. from Norway, who was the father of the Foot Zone Therapy technique. She sat at his feet and studied his strict detailed curriculum from 1992-94 and graduated from his school. Following his death, Jeanne studied and taught for Katri Nordblom for 13+ years under the School of Nordblom American Institute of Foot Zoneology. Shortly thereafter, she started her own school, Jeanne’s School of Zone Restoration (www.zonerestoration.com), which has given her an additional avenue to help hundreds of others go on to learn, share and continue the work she’s so passionate about.

The last 29+ years of Jeanne’s life has been a classroom where she has studied health, anatomy, physiology, pathology and immune biology, and continually sought enlightenment and sources that she knows will provide her a deeper understanding of human processes. She is an ongoing learner. Her journey and personal experiences have led her to so many teachers and other modalities. These have been empowering to her understanding and knowledge in the areas of the emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual bodies and how they contribute to the deeper levels of health. This increased knowledge has blessed the lives of countless others across the country and other parts of the world who have sought her out for her expertise in assisting them in their own healing.

Jeanne serves the best interests of others as she sits at their feet. It is here she has done her best learning. Her personalized approach guides each individual she mentors on their own journey, as she sincerely listens and offers keys that have unlocked their physical and mental wellness and healing. Having the tools and knowing how to use them changes everything, and that’s what she seeks to provide to those she works with.

She and her husband, John, reside in Lewiston, UT. She finds great joy in the time she gets to spend with her family, 11 children and 24 grandchildren, as they laugh, sing, eat, camp, atv and garden together. Jeanne is compassionate, full of hope and service oriented. She inspires those she works on and teaches. Her deepest motivation as a teacher of zoning is to create a world where there is a Zoneologist in every home. A world in which epigenetic truth and wholeness permeates earth.

Ginger Williams - Member At Large

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