Elizabeth Anne Grubb, CMT, NCBTMB, BA, is the president, shepardess, and inspirational breath who founded Health Options Institute, a state licensed massage and holistic health school, in 1984. She is additionally a retired massage therapist. She has taught a wide variety of holistic and massage therapy /bodywork training courses since 1983. She began doing personal facilitation sessions and offering personal development workshops in 1997. In 2014 Elizabeth began to develop transformational fusion remedies for the raising of the consciousness of the world and for individual clients as necessary. She had first thoroughly grounded herself in the use of single remedies and exhausted what she was able to do employing single remedies alone, thereby necessitating this development. She additionally found she had an anointing which allows her not only to blend, but to then integrate the products after their fusion in such a way as to exponentially magnify their results. It is primarily the innate gifts God endowed Elizabeth with at birth and her lifetime personal commitment to spiritual growth that allows her to work intuitively and to reliably facilitate clients. Elizabeth has 25 years of experience employing various modalities developed by Dorothy Espiau including Circles of Life, Solutions, Interventions and Alternatives. These modalities allow what was formerly impossible to become possible through reprogramming the human bio field to create success in the field of the initiative being integrated. Her additional counseling and mind/body training include Gestalt Therapy with Ute Arnold, Boundary Setting and Healing from the Core with Suzanne Scurlock-Durana, Continuum with Susan Harper and Emilie Conrad, Voice Dialogue with Hal Stone and Sidra Winkleman, and the Forum with Landmark Education among others. She continues to pursue her own personal self growth with laser family constellation and inner child and many other spiritual types of work. Some of her unusual techniques for the employment of flower essences were received under the tutelage of Dorothy Wood Espiau who is mentioned above. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Psychology from Temple University in 1979, graduating Summa Cum Laude, third in her class of 3,000. She did not continue on to graduate school because she found the development of the field of psychology to be of very little benefit in furthering her understanding.