Gary Sinclair is a speaker, author, and leader in Energy Medicine. His latest work, Soul Link, is producing 100% results in neutralizing PTSD memories in seconds as even his Medical Peer Review shows. Gary is the founder of META, the Memory Energy Therapy Association and has three Lifetime Achievement Awards for his four decades of research work.
Gary is now certifying practitioners in his life-changing healing techniques which includes Soul Link and a two-day program called Restoration that does the same neutralizing to your entire life.
JJ Yosh is a TV Host, Adventure Filmmaker, Backcountry Chef, Mountaineer, and actor... on a mission to change the world through media.
Back in college, JJ discovered his love for nature on his first backpacking trip, and quickly saw that exploring our earth was the key to helping the world. Since that time JJ has led countless groups of people all over the world to explore some of the most beautiful places on earth and now he produces engaging media to inspire people to get outside and explore their backyards.
Recently, JJ has appeared in AT&T, DirecTV, Coors commercials, modeled in various national print campaigns, hosted television shows for Discovery, TLC, and Tastemade networks, and produced, directed, written, and starred in a full feature film, Ancient Tomorrow - now airing on Amazon, Google Play, GAIA TV, Vimeo, Vudu, and Dish TV.
If asked for his life motto, Richie Hardcore would be likely to point you towards one of the many tattoos on his arm: “PMA till I’m DOA”. It’s the title of a hardcore song, but the idea behind the acronym, Positive Mental Attitude, is the approach that Richie uses to tackle all aspects of his life, and hopes to instill the same attitude in people he comes across on a daily basis.
While no stranger to heartache and hurt, Richie believes with the right support and attitude, that a positive life is possible through any hardship. With a loyal and growing social media presence, Richie uses this platform to actively promote awareness and activism and engage in topical conversation, which he does with boundless energy and a killer smile.
For Richie and countless others around the world, fight sports provide a healthy outlet for the hardship and frustrations that life hands us. As such, Richie’s fighting career spans more than 20 years from martial arts tournaments to Muay Thai titles. Now he’s hung up the gloves, he fights for social change rather than titles and trophies.
As a self-confessed ‘pragmatic idealist’, Richie channels his energy into doing his best to leave the world a slightly better, healthier and happier place than how he found it. He does this as a Muay Thai, Boxing and personal trainer, community worker reducing drug and alcohol harm, campaigner against domestic and sexual violence, radio host and advocate for social change.