We had the good fortune of connecting with Jean Hanson and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Jean, how do you think about risk?
By nature, I’m not much of a risk-taker but I learned a lot about how to take calculated risks from my husband. We went into business together the year we got married, and he quickly set out to invest in equipment for the business. It put me into a bit of a panic because I looked at the investment as a large amount of money that we didn’t have. He looked at it as a way to generate a large income that would pay for itself quickly. He was right.

During our years in business together we started and sold three companies. We recently started our fourth company – Realign Your Life Wellness Center. We sold each of our companies at a time when we were making a good living and the business was having its best year. We could have played it safe and kept making a good living instead of starting over, but there were changes we wanted to make in our lives that involved family and personal goals. So we took the risk because we felt that if we did it before, we can do it again.

What should our readers know about your business?

We recently retired from the industry we’d been in for 34 years to start a new business in a completely different industry. But that doesn’t mean we jumped in without experience. I spent a few years preparing for this change behind the scenes of running our company.

I first had to acknowledge that I was no longer happy running our company. It no longer felt fulfilling to me despite the company’s growth and the talented team we developed. But I had no idea what I wanted to do. So I started on a journey that led me to the Harmonic Egg.

I listened to an interview with Gail Lynn, the inventor of the Harmonic Egg, a resonant chamber that uses sound, light and color to activate the body’s own ability to heal itself. I’d been studying energy healing for a couple years by then, and Steve was studying sound healing. The Harmonic Egg interview resonated with us so much that we decided that this was to be our future business.

One of the reasons we were drawn to the Harmonic Egg is because more and more people are turning to energy healing modalities as an alternative to conventional medicine. It not only creates the perfect environment for deep relaxation and stress relief, it is safe and non-invasive, and clients report powerful results.

Sessions last for 50 minutes (40 minutes of music and 10 minutes of silence). We choose music based on what you would like to work on because different instruments have different effects on the body. We also choose color based on your goal for the session. For example, piano music works well for stress, as do the colors green, blue and purple. Drums help lower blood pressure, along with the color blue. Harp music is good for depression, along with the color orange. Our clients say they experience energy healing on many levels—emotionally, physically and spiritually.
Steve and I are thrilled we took the risk of selling our business and starting over. It is so gratifying to do this work and see our clients come out of the Egg with a smile on their face, expressing how relaxed they feel.

Let’s say your best friend was visiting the area and you wanted to show them the best time ever. Where would you take them? Give us a little itinerary – say it was a week long trip, where would you eat, drink, visit, hang out, etc.
We love hiking so we’d have to visit at least a couple hiking trails like Usery Park and Lost Dutchman State Park. We’d also take a scenic drive into the Superstition Mountains. We love visiting the Desert Botanical Garden and museums such as MIM (Musical Instrument Museum). There are so many restaurants to choose from, but we prefer restaurants that offer healthier options like Pita Jungle and Pomegranate Cafe – although we’d have to make a trip to Mellow Mushroom in Mesa for pizza. And finally for some fun and laughs, Goat Yoga.

The Shoutout series is all about recognizing that our success and where we are in life is at least somewhat thanks to the efforts, support, mentorship, love and encouragement of others. So is there someone that you want to dedicate your shoutout to?
My husband Steve Hanson has been my partner in marriage and in business since the year we got married so he deserves a lot of recognition. I don’t see this as MY success, but OUR success.

Website: https://www.realignyourlifeaz.com/

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