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RADIANCE Health Center
Westlake Village Office Park
3939 Bee Cave Road
Bldg A, Suite A202
Austin, TX 78746
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(512) 328-5433 (LIFE)

(512) 431-6409 (Juanita's cellphone)

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*frequent fatigue
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*recurring infections/flus
*allergies/food sensitivities
*negative emotions
*skin problems
*chronic stress patterns
*feeling "blah"

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Juanita Watson, Founder, Radiance Health Center

I-ACT Certified Colon Hydrotherapist
Detox/Cleanse Coach
Holistic Nutrition Consultant
Clinical Herbalist 

I have been on a conscious journey of health for over 20 years, and have professionally focused on studies in nutrition, internal cleansing and detoxification, colon hydrotherapy, herbal medicine, massage and bodywork, and holistic living. 

A native of Northern Alberta, Canada, I moved to Austin, TX in the mid-1990's where I became a Licensed Massage Therapist and started my original massage business.  Two years into a thriving practice, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to relocate to Asheville, North Carolina and become the Massage Therapist at an addictions treatment facility.  Throughout that time, I began transitioning my work into the realm of colon hydrotherapy, eventually opening one of the first colonic businesses in Asheville, NC. 

My quest for knowledge about herbal medicine took me to Southern Arizona in 2004 where I had the incredible opportunity to study under the late Michael Moore and other noted herbalists.  Throughout my travels I've explored many different aspects of what is considered alternative health, from food lifestyles such as macrobiotics and raw/living foods, detoxification, various spiritual paths, addictions recovery and personal development.  I have come full circle and reside back in Austin, TX, with a very busy colon hydrotheapy and holistic nutrition consulting business.

A lover of travel, I discovered the enchanting island of Jamaica in 2002, and have been making yearly trips back to study botanical medicine and the traditional culture of the island.  The music, people, pace of life, food, plants and clear Caribbean water have truly captured my heart and soul.

 

My passion is for achieving optimum health which encompasses a holistic approach to life in general.  All parts of our lives affect the whole.  Healthy relationships, a fulfilling career, regular physical activity, spiritual practice, time for rejuvenation and diet are all essential forms of nourishment. When these “primary foods” are balanced, we have a greater sense of fulfillment. We become integrated. Our lives make sense, and we are free to create the life we were meant to.

My mission is to make available to you the information and knowledge I've compiled through many years of training, exploration, and trial and error. This combined with gentle guided support I hope to help you successfully move in the direction of your personal health goals.

 

 

Education and Training:

(2014-2015)
Co-Active Coach Training Program 
4000 Civic Center Drive, Suite 500
San Rafael, CA 94903
www.thecoaches.com
Core emphasis:  The oldest and largest in-person coach training organization in the world, CTI® has trained over 50,000 coaches and has also trained employees in more than half of the Fortune 100 companies. CTI’s Co-Active Coach®Training Program is widely recognized as the most rigorous coach training and certification program in the industry. The main principles themselves: Fullfillment - deriving deep meaning and satisfaction from life; Balance – viewing the world from an empowered stance, making powerful choices and taking effective action; and Process – fully experiencing the richness of any given moment. 

(2011-present)
Applied Clinical Nutrition Program (Current Student - 100 hr program)
The Austin Centre, 3809 South 2nd Street A100, Austin, TX 78704
http://www.theaustincentre.com/acn/index.html 
Core emphasis: The ACN Program focuses on the role of clinical nutrition as a preventative, adjunctive and alternative strategy for intervention in the disease process. Including, whole food supplements, and herbs to detoxify, rebuild, and balance the whole person.

(2008 - present)
Nutrition Consultant Program (Current Student – 3 Years)
Hawthorn University, Office of the Registrar, P.O. Box 546916, Surfside, Florida, 33154
www.hawthornuniversity.org

Course emphasis:
Whole Foods Nutrition, Anatomy/Physiology, Macronutrients, Micronutrients, Diet Evaluation and Planning, Business, Client Relations, Current Holistic and Conventional Information, Biochemical Individuality, Nutritional Supplements, Lifestyle Modulation

(2007)
Jin Shin Do® Bodymind Acupressure Basic Level One Program (40 hours)
Blue Heron Center, 2903 RR 620 N., Austin, Texas
w/ Gayl Hubatch, OMD
www.blueheroncenter.com

Course emphasis:
Principles of Acupressure, Theory, Anatomy, Armoring, Breathwork, Qi-Gong, 55 Acu-Points, Strange flows & Extraordinary Vessels

(2007)
Outdoor Herbalism Skills
(50 Hours)
Wildflower School of Botanical Medicine, 1608 Greenwood Ave, Austin TX 78721
w/ Nicole Telkes
www.nicoletelkes.com/school

Course emphasis:
Plant Identification, Botany, Flower Essences, Central Texas Materia Medica, Wildcrafting and Harvesting

(2004)
Certified Clinical Herbalist (500 Hours)
Southwest School of Botanical Medicine (Bisbee, AZ location)
620 West Limberlost, #24, Tucson, Arizona, 85705
w/ Michael Moore, and various instructors
www.swsbm.com

Course emphasis:
Principles and Application of Botanical Medicine, Anatomy,    Physiology, Pharmacy, Clinical Procedures and Evaluations, Field Botany, Wildcrafting

(2004-2005)
The Science and Art of Herbalism
Sage Mountain Herbal Center, East Barre, VT, 05649
w/ Rosemary Gladstar, and various instructors
www.sagemountain.com

Course emphasis: The Foundations of Herbalism, Wild Plant Identification Medicinal Herbology, Herb Gardening, Herbal Preparation, Natural Cosmetics, Medicinal Formulation, Earth Awareness & Ceremony, Techniques of Harvesting, Drying and  Storing Plants

(2001)          
Meditation Instructor and Energy Healing
(250 Hours)
North Carolina School of Natural Healing, Asheville, North Carolina
w/ Craig Ellis
Course emphasis:
Traditional and eclectic meditation techniques, Self-care, Merkaba, Music, Sound, Movement, Various Energy Healing modalities, Community Service

(1999)
Colon Hydrotherapy training (100 Hours)
International School of Colon Hydrotherapy, 13878 Oleander Ave, Juno Beach, FL 33408
w/ Cathy Shea
www.cathysheaschool.com

Course emphasis
: Business Ethics/Office Procedures, Health and Sanitation, Anatomy and Physiology of GI system, Colon Hydrotherapy Theory, History, Practice, Complementary Modalities (diet, nutrition, supplements, herbs, cleansing programs, exercise)

(1996)
Massage Therapy training (550 Hours)
Lauterstein-Conway Massage School, 4701-B Burnet Road, Austin, Texas 78756
w/ John Conway, David Lauterstein, and various instructors
www.tlcschool.com

Course emphasis
: Swedish/Sports/Deep Tissue massage, Zen Shiatsu, Integrative Bodywork, Anatomy and Physiology, Movement, Communication Skills, Hydrotherapy, Business, Ethics, Self-care, Clinical Internship

(1995)
Raw/Life Foods On-Site Study Course
(3 week immersion)
Optimum Health Institute, 6970 Central Avenue, Lemon Grove, CA  91945      
www.optimumhealth.org
Course emphasis
: Life Foods, Detoxification, Diet, Fasting, Cleansing, Wheatgrass, Exercise, Journaling, Mediation, Prayer, Yoga