“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive and go do it. Because what the world needs, is people who have come alive.”
— Howard Thurman
Dr. Helen deLisser uses the gentle Activator Methods Chiropractic Technique. Adjustments are made using a small, hand-held instrument that delivers controlled pressure to specific areas. Helen has a reputation for being competent, informative and approachable. The office is located in a medical professional building in Alameda’s South Shore district, near Crown Beach, 512 Westline Drive, Suite 102
Reach her at 510-769-6980
- Hours: Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm; Sat – Sun, closed.
- Handicap Accessible: The building is wheelchair accessible.
- Payments accepted: Cash, Debit Card, Discover, MasterCard, Personal Check, Visa
- Insurance accepted: Patients should call their insurance companies to verify coverage.
- Appointments: Appointment required
- Parking: Free lot, On-street: free
- Stages of care: Relief care/short-term, Wellness care/long-term
11 February 2011
Alameda has a number of business networking groups, many run by women. One of them is Women’s Business Exchange of Alameda (WBE). Like most business networking groups, one of their main goals is to help each other grow their businesses. But WBE has another mission. They contribute a portion of the group’s annual dues to worthy non-profit organizations in the community.
On a beautiful Winter evening, the ladies of WBE hosted a BBQ at a local women’s shelter. This event came about because long-standing WBE member Diane Sickman had a grill in her yard that wasn’t getting any use. Given her huge heart and helpful nature, her first thought was to donate it to the women’s shelter. After speaking to the shelter’s director, Diane decided that there should be a big BBQ to inaugurate the grill. She organized the WBE gals, who cooked food for 30 people: ribs, hot dogs, sausages, and beans. Homemade lemon bars, garlic bread and salad. The shelter folks supplied side dishes and drinks. It was a full-on BBQ, in the middle of February.
The women and children at the shelter had a marvelous time, feasting and chatting with the WBE girls. Afterwards, the cooks and servers had their own little tailgate party. It feels good to do good, as you can see by the smiling faces.
Offering deep tissue, craniosacral, and pregnancy massage. Ms. Ruiz has been providing professional massage therapy to doctors, business owners, the elderly, teachers, sales professional, lawyers and many more individuals for 10 years in Alameda.
Ms. Ruiz graduated from National Holistic Institute in 2000, and brings a deep healing in her session to clients with back, neck & knee pain, job stress, grief issues. Her massages also stimulate healing of computer injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome, or even foot & elbow problems. These treatments benefit individuals who need a therapist with a vast experience and a deep caring personality.
The services are provided in 2 locations:
501 South Shore West Center, Suite D, Alameda, Ca 94501. San Jose at Foxworthy Chiropractor Center.
Claudia also brings community together to experience healing through the sound of crystal bowls.
Claudia Mar Ruiz’s Specialties:
Deep Tissue, Craniosacral Therapy, Medical Massage, Pregnancy massage, Swedish, Shiatsu, and Sports massage.
She integrates her skills as a Mediator for her clients as a good listener. Also gives insights about their path that is printed in their hands as a Hand Analysis practitioner.
Power Tools for Learning, Inc™. established in 1997, helps people of all ages with learning difficulties. Founder Vickie Bockenkamp started Power Tools as a
result of her own experiences with learning disabilities. Bockenkamp struggled with learning disabilities as a child, and tried to cope with them as an adult. Later, watching her own child suffer with similar learning problems, she became determined to find a way to help herself, her daughter, and others with such
Bockenkamp trained and worked with the Davis Dyslexia Training Program in Burlingame, CA, and also became an Advanced Structure of Intellect Trainer. With Dr. Frank Belgau, of Balametrics, Inc., Vickie studied The Learning Breakthrough Program, still in use at Power Tools for Learning. She did additional research and found another existing program, SAMONAS Sound Therapy, to assist in correcting her own Central Auditory Processing Disorder.
Using Nutritional Therapy and the modalities
listed above Vickie corrected “dyslexic symptoms” and a 95% hearing loss with which she had been earlier diagnosed.
Bockenkamp was part of the National Association for Child Development’s Psycho-Acoustic Research Team and has been trained in the application of The Listening Program by Advanced Brain Technologies. In 2001, she developed a protocol for correcting sensory integration issues linked to an individual’s ability to process information. The protocol addresses and corrects dyslexic symptoms, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Central Auditory Processing Disorders, and Physical and Mental Midline processing disorders. The protocol also addresses behavioral visual processing issues, which create stress while reading.
Bockenkamp has documented over 500 clients
with an 80%-90% success rate utilizing her own formulated protocol.
She continues her own program’s research and development as she serves her many clients, children and adults, who come from all over the United States.
Bockenkamp has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and is affiliated with Advanced Brain Technologies, Inc., Balametrics, Inc., and SOI Systems, Inc.
For more information on the Power Tools for Learning Program please contact Vickie Bockenkamp at 510-337-9838 or email@example.com.
Power Tools for Learning
1230 Ballena Blvd.
Alameda, CA 94501
Every year we WBE women enjoy our annual retreat at Asilomar in Pacific Grove, California. We create special moments to rejuvenate, play, inspire, make art, let go, and laugh.
We laugh a lot.
The one thing that I do is top prioritize my top three agenda items in a given day – but only 3, no more. I do them FIRST. Top of the list is defined by importance, not by desire.
There are two tasks: “demand and batch”. The tele or email is not a demand, but gets in line after your top three agenda items are completed. Something to shoot for.
Look at your inbox. Anything that’s been in the basket longer than 30 days, just throw out. Chances are, if you haven’t needed it or had an inquiry about it, who cares? Of course that is assuming you have done the first thing Ali said: don’t move a piece of paper twice.