Hello empowered Empaths! I'm Christine Gold, a Spiritual Medium, Intuitive Energy Coach & Old Soul Healer. Christine guides empaths to unleash their gifts as lightworkers that are masked as depression & anxiety. Through that work you will discover that you have always been intuitive, that you have gifts (psychic, medium, empath, healer and more).
Corporate burnout, bullied, homeless, hopeless, narcissistic relationships, depressed, anxious and 2 attempts at suicide. I received divine intervention by the spiritual 2 x 4 to the head. Nearly dead to living my soul's purpose as a medium, healer and chaplain. Focused attention to healing at a 360 degree level - related to energy, chakras, aura, ego, trauma, inner child work, astral travel, telepathy, ancestors, past lives and Christ consciousness.
I have been guests on these shows - The Intuitive Queen, The Way of Consciousness, The Freedom Network, Finding Rhythm, Made From Scratch, Alchemy, The Tabytha Polaris show, Spiritual Awakening Group, Set Yourself Free, Your OWN University and many more.
What's your nationality is the first thing everyone asks me? So, I'll start with that. My name is Adora and I'm half Italian and Nigerian. Both my parents were immigrants to Canada and met in Edmonton, Alberta where I was born and raised. My parents divorced when I was a baby. I grew up in a single parent home with my late Mother and older Brother. I learned many responsibilities from a young age, but I don't regret that for one second. It helped carve me into the strong independent woman that I am today.
Behind the strong exterior is a compassionate, loving goofball. I was your typical class clown in school, I made everyone laugh. For hobbies, I love cooking, song writing and singing. I love my family and friends. I also love animals, dogs especially. I can't lie, I think I love them more than humans.
I studied radio and television in Chicago, and worked behind the scenes in the film industry in British Colombia. My personal life has always been a roller coaster. I've had to overcome some serious ups and down but my personal experiences make me relatable. I'm an open book, I speak the truth and I never back down from anything I believe in. I hope I can empower you, make you laugh and get you through tough times with my crazy podcast....The Naked Donut.
A lover of music and creative communities, Jessi worked early on as a promoter and organizer, even briefly running her own venue. She grew skills and contacts in event planning, administration and marketing, focusing on ways to support small business and the music industry.
In 2016, Jessi created a new career in digital publishing, with “The Edmonton Muse”, an online arts, business and culture magazine – which until early 2020 was produced and published monthly by Toms and her staff of 23. The publication made massive inroads with local Business & Arts Communities, partnered with numerous festivals & events, and connected her with a team of like-minded people.
Following the closure of The Edmonton Muse, Jessi reinvented her business plans once again, launching Muse Canada Inc. In response to problems resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, her current focus is to create a new networking guild that is an all-inclusive group that aims to bring in all of the arts, culture and entertainment industries "under the same roof", to create community, co-opetition and cross platform/district/genre cooperation.
Chu The Producer is a prolific producer, songwriter and hip-hop storyteller. He is known for his infectious hooks and engaging lyrics. As an artist, Chu’s style is best described as melodic and relaxed with a hint of yesteryear. As a producer, he is a chameleon of sorts – manoeuvring in and out of genres seamlessly.
When he’s not producing, writing or performing, Chu can be found honing his skills as a DJ and loves to share his love of music whenever possible. He was an active participant in the Edmonton hip-hop scene in the early 90s during its infancy stage. Chu was forced to make a decision, which led him to leave music to pursue a college education, college basketball and a career in coaching at the college level.
After an over 20-year hiatus from music, he made a comeback to try to relive the dream he had always regretted leaving behind. His reintroduction onto the scene was a self-produced album titled “The Open Book Experience” under the alias "The Original Chu". With decades of life experience under his belt, he poured his heart and soul, fears, anxieties and insecurities into this diary-style LP. The debut single ‘Crystal Ball’ won the People’s Choice Award in 2017 at the Edmonton Music Awards. He has since rebranded to Chu The Producer and in 2020 alone, he completed 49 songs and collaborated with 36 different artists, songwriters, producers and engineers.
Jack of all arts, master of none, at least in his head. A Novelist, playwright, poet, game writer, children book writer, lyricist, singer and hopefully many more titles.
Mike embraces the arts in every form they may take. A six time published author, not including newspaper articles/reviews, Mike is always thinking about the next big project.
Getting his start, in professional writing back in 2013, with his first (and only currently) play Insane Sanity, he proceeded to publish his first Novel, in an 8 book series, Shadowsite Chronicles: Awakenings in 2014. He went on to publish the second book in the series, Tides of Change, in 2018. 2019 he shifted focus again, publishing his first illustrated children's book, Duffy the Duffel Bag", and followed it up with book 2, Duffy's First Flight, in 2020. He also has a story in his writers group book "Writing Prompts: The Journey Continues.
He also co-facilitates a writing workshop for the Writers Foundation of Strathcona County, on the Last Saturday of every month. Basically, if there is writing involved, he probably does it.
“It is never too late for a new start”. Kim Bruce. This is my motto, this is what I live by, this is what my clients see everyday.
I am not just talking about being physically fit, I am talking about being mentally strong, and confident. Knowing that whatever life throws you to knock you off track you have the skills to get up & “start again”. This deep rooted passion to help my clients see the untapped potential is what I fell in love with as a specialist in nutrition & fitness.
My passion started over 25 years ago as a fitness leader teaching all types of classes. My love for the industry moved me from corporate Canada to completing my schooling as a personal trainer. Over the past 12 years I have completed numerous courses including Precision Nutrition & Biomechanics specialist through corrective exercise. I love to watch the transformation, I love to watch movement, I love to watch my clients succeed.
If you were to ask me, as a kid, what Jenni wanted to be when she grew up it would be Indiana Jones. If you were to ask me, now, what I want to be when I grow up it would probably be Peter Pan. You know… so I can spend my time flying, hanging out with Mermaids and living in a tree house.
Born and raised in Edmonton AB but have taken brief hiatuses living in other parts of Canada like Ottawa, Whistler, Lake of the Woods ON and most notably Hinton (all places I’ve moved for work). I’ve enjoyed a fulfilling career in the Hospitality Industry with the later years having my focus be on obtaining my Sommelier credentials, educating other on the subject and working on the importing side of the industry. Working with many of the cities most talented individuals has probably been the biggest contributor to my passion for local businesses and the personalities behind them.
I always have big ideas. I love to overfill my cup with passion projects and how to pivot next. Just prior to 2020 I made the decision to change focus to a more wellness centered future…. Which isn’t a terrible thing considering what the world has had to deal with in the past year.
Currently my life is filled with School, yoga, training for some sort of run this summer, tarot cards, crystals, personal development, the fantastic addition of Sound Sugar Radio and navigating the dating world in my 30’s