I live in a different country or city – how can JTAL still help me?
All JTAL services, coaching sessions and holistic therapies are serviced remotely. For training, please contact Stan Miller by phone at 719-393-5455 (PST) or by email at Stan@J-TAL.com to see how JTAL can meet your training needs. For all other assistance, please contact Sandra Rojo by phone at 719-649-4418 (PST) or by email at Sandra@J-TAL.com. For your convenience, Sandra is also available by Skype, upon request.
I’m interested in talking to someone, how do I reach you?
For general inquiries, please contact us by phone at 719-649-4418 (PST) or you can email us.
What tools do you typically use?
JTAL uses a blend of traditional and complementary tools and approaches to provide the optimal benefit to clients including but not limited to, Soul Memory Discovery (SMD), Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) also known as “tapping”, Shamanism, coaching and consulting, and cognitive-behavioral tools.
What happens during my free consultation?
Our free consultation aims to understand some of the challenges you are facing and would like to address by asking you questions and to see if JTAL has not only the right solutions for you, but to see if we are a right-fit to work collaboratively together.
Do you offer any discounts?
Our goal is to help everyone. We offer military and senior discounts. Should you find yourself in financial hardship, please contact us, we will try our best work with you!
How do I know what modality to choose?
Our experience has proven that it’s typically best to consult and collaborate with your chosen facilitator to determine the best modalities or service to address your challenges and goals. We schedule a mini-interview to help you identify what path to take and tailor a program that is individual and specific to your needs.
What is CAM and Integrative Medicine?
CAM is an acronym for Complementary and Alternative Medicine. People often use the terms “complementary” and “alternative” interchangeably but the terms refer to different concepts. Complementary Medicine is used with conventional medicine. Alternative Medicine is sometimes used in place of conventional medicine. True alternative medicine is uncommon. Most people who use non-mainstream approaches, use them with conventional treatments. Integrative medicine involves using complementary and conventional approaches in a coordinated way. More than 30 % of the U.S. population uses approaches developed outside western mainstream or conventional medicine.
What are energy therapies?
All energy therapies are considered complementary and not replacements to any conventional medicine. These therapies improve quality of life and are based on the belief of a life force co-existing in tandem with the physical body. This life force has different names such as chi, qi and prana. Energy therapies address physical, emotion and mental issues. To activate the subtle energy, many different techniques are utilized such as Reiki, acupuncture, shamanism, yoga, Soul Memory Discovery and Emotional Freedom Techniques.
How do your offerings differ from other Holistic practices?
All JTAL practitioners have years of training, education and practice in psychology, health and wellness and personal development. Our team continues to study and nurture their individual evolution.