Getting to know Ione: Ione Pearce Horlacher (born in Show Low, Arizona) has training in Specialized Kinesiology, Massage Therapy, CranioSacral Therapy, Lymphatic Drainage, Heart Centered Therapy, Emotional Processing, Mentoring, Cosmetology/Barbering, and has an AS Degree from UVU. She has been training in SIPS (Stress Indicator Point System) and seeing many incredible results from this work. She became interested in bodywork early in her youth. In 2001 she became a Licensed Massage Therapist and has been studying and seeing clients ever since. Her practice consists mostly of working with those who have learning difficulties, those suffering from PTSD, fibromyalgia, muscle pain, birth traumas, relationship strains, depression, anxiety, autism, & migraines. She teaches at a local massage school. She is an Instructor/Consultant for Touch for Health, and Jaw R.E.S.E.T. She has worked with a wide range of clients; infants & parents, military personnel to business professionals. She continues to help those who need specialized care. She lives in Utah with her family.
Business Name: In Touch for Wellness
Mother of 2 boys, Patrick and Xavier, I am a Medical Doctor graduate.
I have been running the IBK, a Kinesiology Professional Training school in Belgium, since 1986, and practice and teach various branches of Kinesiology since 1983 in Belgium and in many European countries, in French, English and Spanish. I understand large amounts of Italian and German. IKC TFH Faculty since 1989, I am or have also been Instructor/Faculty for most of the large branches of Kinesiology (Hyperton-X, Wellness Kinesiology, Edu Kinesiology, Applied Physiology, etc.). I am teaching SIPS since the end of the 90s and in 2003, I created Corps Energie, a new branch of Kinesiology.
I am also practicing and teaching some Energy Psychology tools. Recognized as a level 3 Practitioner and Trainer in EFT by EFT International and by EFTMRA, I am also certified EFT Cert-II by Gary Craig. Among others, I also practice and teach PTT (Picture Tapping Technique).
I love my job, I love the smiles on the face of the persons who thrust me at the end of a session or a class. Thanks to John Thie without whom Kinesiology wouldn’t have developed that way and thanks to Ian who created the Kinesiology of the future.