Connecting knowledge, experiences and resources in order to help people build a better life for themselves is the driving theme for Sharon's career and her personal mission. Sharon does this by providing opportunities and means for you to examine your beliefs and to awaken your imagination. Scroll down for her formal credentials.

Sharon Greenspan

Sharon learned her Life Purpose when she was in her twenties and it has been the yardstick by which she measures her decisions. And they have led her on a wonderful journey through a very adventurous life!

She's worked on 5 continents, traveled to 31 countries and 2 territories. Normally she stays with local residents so that she can see life through their eyes.

Sharon is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer. She also volunteered and lived with the Aboriginies of Australia. She's lived with indigenous people, worked on a farm, and lived in a cave once, for a few days. Most of her travel homestays are through the Hospitality Club and SERVAS, an international travel and peace organization that believes through one-on-one interactions we can break down stereotypes and build friendships.

After Peace Corps, Sharon had number of tragedies in her personal life which resulted in weight gain and depression. Doctors reported that she had a tumor (and the only test for malignancy was to inject radioactive pharmaceuticals into her bloodstream. She declined. She is now tumor-free.) Research of the tumor revealed arthritis so debilitating that they thought her spine would fuse together into one piece. Through the living foods lifestyle pioneered by Ann Wigmore and carried forward by Brian Clement, David Wolfe and many others, she found relief. She released over 50 pounds and let go of useless habits and beliefs which no longer served her. She's completed several progressive fasts and continues to learn more about this way of life. She now has a regular yoga practice and even teaches! Check out her "before" and "after" pictures:

Sharon on horse

Her current volunteer energy is towards the:

Past volunteer work includes:

Formal credentials:

Member in good standing: American Association of Drugless Practitioners, Energy Therapy Network