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Jane Garton

Jane Garton is an accomplished author, having written, edited and co-edited a wide range of publications over the past 20 years. Her work has appeared in: New Woman, The Health Store Magazine, Lifeline (Great Ormand Street magazine), HFEA Guide, Tesco Healthy Living and Pink Ribbon magazine. Her previous titles for Spruce include Happy - 100 tips to Feel Great, A Thousand Paths to Hope and Things to Do Now That You're Retired.
Madonna Gauding

Madonna Gauding has been a student of Buddhism for over 12 years and is a practitioner of martial arts. She is the author of The Meditation Bible, World Mandalas, Six Keys to Buddhist Living and Working with Meditation. Location: St Louis, Missouri, USA.
Michael Gienger

The late Michael Gienger studied crystal healing for more than 30 years. The author of numerous publications, he has gained a worldwide reputation as an expert on crystal healing.
Ann Gillanders

Ann Gillanders is a world-renowned reflexologist and author of the best-selling Reflexology: A step-by-step guide, The Family Guide to Reflexology and Reflexology for Back Pain. Ann is principal of the British School of Reflexology, editor of Healing Points magazine, and is well known for her lectures and broadcasts on reflexology. She has taught and trained therapists in reflexology for over 25 years.
Claire Gillman

Claire Gillman is an experienced journalist, writer and broadcaster. She is the consultant editor of Kindred Spirit magazine; she contributes to many leading women's magazines and has written on health and parenting for The Times and other national newspapers. In the past, she was the editor of a number of consumer and specialist women's magazine titles including Health & Fitness magazine and Girl About Town.
Wendy Ann Greenhalgh

Wendy Ann Greenhalgh has been a practising artist and writer for 20 years, working professionally as an artist, illustrator, photographer and filmmaker, and winning awards for her short stories and poetry. She has been practising mindfulness since her teens, and in 2010 she set up Art of Mindfulness, a workshop for teaching it through creativity, with popular courses in Brighton and London.
Vivienne Gucwa

Vivienne Gucwa is a New Yorker, born and bred. She began shooting the city in 2009 with no formal training and a simple point-and-shoot camera. In 2010 she started sharing these pictures on her blog New York Through the Lens and is now followed by millions.
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