About Tina Clay and her family:

Young boy Cameren Tina's oldest son

This is my husband Gary. He is my biggest supporter and the love of my life! I am not sure how I got so lucky! He works hard for our family as a millwright. He loves to hang out with the kids and find new things to make and build. Wood work is his newest hobby, but cars have always been his passion.  We have been married since Aug. 2006. We have had some amazing years together, as well as our challenges. Gary has one of the biggest hearts and the best ears of anyone I have ever meet (not that I am bias at all, but he really is amazing!) Gary has stood by me at some of my most challenging times in my life and lifted me up to better myself. I can only hope that I have done the same for him. 

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Cameren loves all thing sports and video games just like most young men his age. He loves to hang out with his friends and being outdoors.His Favorite team is the Vikings all things purple and Gold. It makes for some interesting times during football season. See his Brothers favorite team and you will understand. 

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Corbin is our creative child who challenges everything and questions it all. He loves the Green bay packers. (we’re not quite sure where we went wrong) He loves the outdoors and to hang out with friends. He has the biggest heart to match his personality! He is also the strongest kid I know!

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Meet Trinity my spunky full of life baby girl. She loves all animals and babies! She is my little mama when I need a helping hand with the boys in the house. Her favorite past times are Gymnastics and Baking anything sweat. Being a Girl is fun for her but she loves to hang out with the boys and get dirty and prove to them that she can beat them at whatever the challenge is. 

First things first, THANK YOU for looking at Harmonized Healing and Balancing! Thank you for concidering treatment with me, it means more to me than words can express! 

 

So a small glimpse into who I am and how I got to become a CST. Well first you should know I was a stay at home mom for the 5 years. I wanted to be able to do something for other people to help them heal. So in a conversation of where my next step in life was, with my friend who happens to be my chiropractor, I inquired about becoming a chiropractor myself. Well I have a 5 year plan and a budget to live on. Chiropractic school did not fit in either of these plans. So she told me about CST. I went home did some research and signed up for classes with Dr. Carol Phillips.

 

This was back in Feb. 2015. Three weeks later I was sitting in a classroom full of people who had at least tried CST and had many sessions themselves. I am not normally an all or nothing type of person but I believe that I was meant to take that leap of faith, everything happens for a reason Right? So day one of classes I took in a ton of information. I am sure I was on information over load. But the last day of that first weekend of classes I had an unwinding (my whole body released) It was the most amazing thing. I walked out to my car after class in a fog. I felt as if something that had been holding me down was not gone but much much lighter. I felt like I could breath, share my feelings, and most importantly be honest with myself. I have to say I made the biggest and most common mistake that I was warned not to make! The one that people will continue make, no matter how many times we are told; I did not drink enough water and I went in to what we call a healing crisis. I felt like I had the flu for 3 days after; I was weak and tired my whole body hurt, but I still felt as if that weight was getting smaller and smaller by the day. When I told my husband about my experience, I am not going to lie he was happy for me, but yet skeptical of it, still open and supportive as he always is. So it began, I signed up for the next class, and then the next and the next. I have taken all five of Dr. Carol’s classes and I wish she had more than five.

So jump ahead to July I was itching to get more practice in and to work on people. I wanted everyone in the whole world to feel what I felt. So I asked everyone I knew if I could practice on them. So after asking all my friends and family I put it out on Facebook (which you can join my group if you would like Harmonized Healing and Balancing) that I was looking for more people to work on. I got an overwhelming response. I have worked countless hours and have gotten the privilege to work on many amazing; people of all ages and all walks of life. I could not have asked for anything better. Well soon enough people wanted a second treatment and they were asking to come back. I had no idea what to do. So my husband and I sat down and talked about what I could do with this. September 2015 Harmonized Healing and Balancing opened the doors. I am loving my new adventure in life and embracing the challenges that it brings. Balancing not only myself and my family but a business as well. Someone once told me I would never work a day in my life if I found something that I love to do. I have found that thing and I love it. I am doing what I always knew that I wanted to do and that is helping others I just never knew that it would be in this form. So thank you to those of you who I had the opportunity to work on. I would not have made it this far if it were not for you. Every one of you has taught me so much and something a little different in each one of you. My gratitude and thanks cannot be put into words.

Thank you for taking the time to read this and spending the time to look at my website. The best compliment you can give is a referral. So please pass my name along.

So you have made it this far in my tale thank you. If you want to keep reading feel free. This goes out to my family who I would not be who I am if it were not for them. I have 4 great parents who all gave me a little of them so I could be who I am today. From my mom I got the compassionate heart and to never let anybody hold me back no matter how hard the times may be. From my step dad I learned to work a problem out. From my dad I learned to stand up for myself and anyone who needed to be stood up for and how to work hard for what you need and want. From my step mom I learned not to care what anyone else thought because we are all different and to be myself. Thank you to my parents for I would not be who I am if the four of you had not given me a little piece of each of you. There is so much more I could write a novel, but I won't, just know I Love each of you for who you are and for who I have become!

 I have a husband who is quite the amazing man if I do say so myself. (Although I may be a little Bias!) He is quiet, supportive, loving, gentle, caring, strong, and kind. He is my rock, partner, my wall, my everything, my love! He took on helping to raise a child that by birth was not his own but still treats him as though he is. He is helping me along my new adventure and supporting me as he always does even when I get a little crazy. Thank you for that honey I cannot say it enough.

I am also a sister to 2 amazing women who have also helped me to become who I am today. They have taught me to be strong, to never give up, and to love when times are hard.

The next ones I have to say thank you too because they are my whole world my children. Who I would give my life for in a fraction of a second. They have been there to make me smile and laugh at some of the hardest times. They have given my new views on old things. They make me think every day and keep me on my toes. They love me for who I am and even embrace it at times. Although I can act a little silly or embarrass them for hugging them in front of the school, they are my shining lights every single one of them!

And to everyone else who has helped me along the way I hope that you know how much you mean to me and I hope you know who you are I love you and I cannot thank you enough for being my cheerleaders and my support team.

Love you always,

Tina