Rocky Mountain Brain Institute brings Brainwave Optimization to the Western Slope
Rocky Mountain Brain Institute has just opened a facility in Rifle, to offer Brainwave Optimization to clients from west of the Continental Divide. The office is operated under the management of Malcom Shaw, a certified technologist in the modality, and licensed by Brain State Technologies of Scottsdale, Arizona.
Brainwave Optimization is an effective, holistic and noninvasive method of achieving greater brain balance and harmony. Improving brain function has shown to help with injuries, including sports injuries and concussions, eating and other compulsive disorders, stress, pain, anxiety, depression, PTSD, sleeplessness, addictive dependencies and challenges to learning and performance.
Shaw brings with him a history of fieldwork in hospice care and pastoral counseling in the Denver area, and 20 years of experience as a company-owner providing training for enterprises in both the private and public sectors.
To make an appointment, or to learn more, call Malcolm Shaw at (970) 456-2233, or visit http://www.balancingmybrain.com.
Vijita J. Evans joins Un-Wind Therapies
Midland Fitness would like to welcome Vijita J. Evans to Un-Wind Therapies. “VJ” has been practicing massage therapy in the Glenwood area for over 10 years. She has been nationally certified since 1998 through Brenneke School of Massage in Seattle, where she studied Integrative Treatment massage.
VJ is a certified yoga instructor and Qi Gong instructor, and has continuing education credits in many modalities including polarity therapy, reiki and reflexology.
To make an appointment with VJ call Midland Fitness at 945-4440.
WPX recognized for reducing emissions
WPX Energy has been recognized by the state for its commitment to reducing emissions and helping protect air quality.
One of the rigs WPX uses for drilling in the state’s Piceance Basin in western Colorado runs entirely on natural gas. WPX deployed the new rig last year.
During initial operations in 2013, the rig saved WPX Energy more than $7,000 in daily fuel costs, and reduced fuel consumption by 85 percent. With less fuel required, truck traffic was also reduced — resulting in less dust, noise and impact to roadways, which benefits neighbors and the local community.
Successfully using the natural gas rig has led WPX to convert six other rigs in Western Colorado to dual-fuel engines that use a combination of both natural gas with diesel.
This is the 16th honor WPX has received from the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission. The agency also has recognized WPX for water management, water recycling, water quality protection, green completions, use of new technology, reclamation and best practices.
Brown & Brown presenting summer workshops
The law office of Brown & Brown P.C. will be presenting a series of estate planning workshops in Glenwood Springs. The workshops are open to the public, free of charge and will be held from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Glenwood Springs Branch Library, 815 Cooper Ave. Interested persons can sign up by calling the Glenwood office at (97 0) 945-1241 or by going to http://www.brownandbrownpc.com. The final workshop is Long Term Care Planning on Aug. 28.
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