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Bray Real Estate has recently opened an office at 426 Railroad Ave. in Rifle. The office will be managed by J.B. Van Teylingen, a Rifle area native. He currently has five broker associates, with expansion plans in the works. Ken Wiencek, the broker manager of the Glenwood Springs office, will oversee the Rifle brokerage. Call 625-4555.Since 1946, Bray Real Estate has been a recognized and respected voice of real estate with offices in Grand Junction, Fruita, Glenwood Springs, Montrose, Delta and Cedaredge and is looking forward to making a positive impact in the Rifle community.

Ashley Naegele, M.A., provides sport psychology services to help athletes and coaches perform to peak levels and reach their goals and dreams. Naegele’s current and past clients include two Olympic medalists, 2008 Olympic hopefuls, a pro Ironman athlete, a Division I NCAA Coach of the Year, collegiate athletes and youth athletes throughout the country. Naegele, a former international and collegiate swimmer, guides athletes of all ages through the process of awareness and understanding of their current barriers in an effort to clear the conscience of debilitating thoughts and beliefs. Her goal is to inspire athletes to take ownership of their performance and their dreams. Using tools like goal-setting, visualizations, competition plans, focus and concentration drills, emotional assessments and evaluations, she promotes the athlete’s ability to self coach. Naegele teams up with coaches around the country to create team environments in which athletes and coaches can perform as a cohesive, dynamic unit to reach their goals. The ultimate aim is to instill confidence, courage and intention while keeping athletes moving toward their goals and shifting their perspectives away from outcome and results.For more information, visit http://www.mindful-sports.com; e-mail Ashley@mindful-sports.com; or call 704-6206.

Moe’s Southwest Grill is the first burrito chain to move toward eliminating trans-fat from its menu. Recognizing the growing consumer demand for foods that are free of unhealthy trans-fatty acids, Moe’s will be the first burrito chain to give consumers healthier choices by offering a zero-grams-trans-fat-per-serving menu.

New Castle Family Fitness is proud to offer its first ever athletic trainer. Jacqueline Underberg, ATC, studied at the University of Wisconsin Eau-Claire. Jackie has a BS in kinesiology and carries a certification from the National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification. She is also an American Heart Association BLS Instructor in CPR/First Aid/AED. Athletic trainers specialize in injury and illness prevention, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for all physically active people. They also specialize in patient education to help reduce rehabilitation and other health care costs acquired from injury and re-injury. Schedule an appointment with Jackie today at 984-3200.

Drexel, Barrell & Co.’s Grand Junction Regional Office has moved upstairs to a larger suite at the current location at 123 N. Seventh St., Suite 300, Grand Junction. The telephone number remains (970) 257-1350. This move was made to accommodate the firm’s rapid growth in this market.

William J. Hoover, O.D., F.A.A.O., recently completed a fellowship of the American Academy of Optometry. Fellows of the Academy are dedicated to the highest standards of optometric practice through clinical care, education and research. The induction ceremonies occurred at the academy’s annual meeting in Denver. Hoover currently serves as secretary/treasurer of the Colorado Optometric Association and is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and Pacific University College of Optometry. He practices optometry at Valley Vision Clinic in Glenwood Springs.


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