SVI Media is happy to partner with Stephanie Parrish to offer the “Vitality Health Show” at SVInews.com.
Born and raised in southern Idaho, Stephanie Parrish, has been on stage as an actor, singer and dancer since the age of 3. She co-owned a dance studio for 30 years. She appeared in more than 25+ movies, commercials and voice over work. Stephanie was an exchange student to Australia. She was crowned Miss Pocatello 81-82. She and her husband have combined 10 children and 21
Stephanie is a certified therapist in Hyperbaric Oxygen, PBMT Light, and Microcirculation. Stephanie loves helping people enjoy better health and a higher quality of life. For many years, Stephanie has established and operates Health & Wellness clinics. Founder of the Vitality Health Show, airing internationally. Stephanie’s passion is to find hope and miracles under any circumstance.
Stephanie is the author of “IF ONLY FOR A SHORT TIME”. She and her husband John Hendrichs Reside in Southeast Idaho. www.myvitalityhealthsolutions.com
Dr. Patrick Jones is a practicing veterinarian, traditional naturopath and clinical herbalist (for man and beast). For many years, he’s seen the power of herbs bless the lives of his veterinary patients and his human clients. As a result, he has a passion for herbal medicine and an evangelical zeal to teach others about these wonderful plants.
This passion has given rise to HomeGrown Herbalist, LLC, a company dedicated to providing excellent herbal supplements and teaching others the principles of botanical medicine so they can be more self- sufficient and have a better quality of life. Dr. Jones is the founder of The HomeGrown Herbalist School of Botanical Medicine available on his website: http://HomeGrownHerbalist.net.
He is the Author of The HomeGrown Herbalist and The HomeGrown Herbalist Guide To Medicinal Weeds. He and his wife LoriAnn, a naturopath and licensed midwife, are the parents of 15 adopted and biological children and grandparents of over 20. They live in Filer, Idaho. On their properties they grow and process over 100 different species of medicinal plants.