VividLife Radio’s Kristen White welcomes guest Dr. David Trybus and Barbara Webber to discuss how to move from stresss to success
Meet two transformational leaders in the area of personal development, spirituality and holistic wellness. Dr. David Trybus and Barbara Webber have developed a cutting edge methodology for finding the Key to Transformation and teaching people how to quickly move from stress to success. Meet the GenKi Masters and find out how their work is changing people’s lives, faster than ever before.
Barbara Webber is a Master Metaphysical Teacher/Intuitive and Dr. David Trybus is a Master Healer and Integrative Physician. They created GenKi Masters, to help people find the Key to Mastering their Life. Since 1983, Barbara has been sharing the messages of transformational leaders. She is a sought after speaker on health, happiness and spirituality and is an author of children’s books. Dr. David Trybus has provided optimal Body, Mind and Spirit Wellness using his expertise in Applied Kinesiology, Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Nutrition, Emotional Clearing and Energy Medicine since 1990.
The Ripple Effect is a news-style talk show featuring some of the world’s foremost experts in personal development and wellness of the mind, body and spirit, hosted by award-winning television journalist and anchor Kristen White. Since leaving the world of TV news, Kristen has worked with entrepreneurs of all types to help them succeed in both business and life, providing coaching, training and thought leadership. Now she brings her own expertise as well as that of others to a new format – transformational radio. Behind The Ripple Effect is the idea that one voice, one sentence or one single “drop” of wisdom is all it takes to help transform your life. The show is a marketplace of ideas for anyone looking to make a change for the better, either professionally or personally. The Ripple Effect provides the perfect transformational diet for those who are hungry for something of substance amid the “junk food” of traditional radio