BRENDA MACINTYRE ON WOMEN'S MOVEMENT RADIO SHOW ON TUESDAY JUNE 17 AT 9:30 PM EST

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Listen as Janét interviews the incredibly talented Brenda MacIntyre, a Medicine Song Woman, who is a healer, business coach, spiritual mentor and award-winning singer. She helps women healers who are struggling with getting clients, to express themselves and their sacred power with confidence and charisma, and enrol committed clients, so they can make a massive difference in the world AND enjoy the freedom and prosperity they deserve. 

Brenda has been invited to speak and perform across North America, with TV and radio appearances across Canada. She has shared the stage with best-selling authors Dr. Masaru Emoto, Shakti Gawain and Gregg Braden. Brenda's latest CD, which earned her a nomination for a 2010 Canadian Folk Music Award, can be heard on the radio across Canada and the United States and she is being featured in an upcoming national TV documentary on Vision TV about the 2012 phenomenon. 

Brenda MacIntyre’s career began in 1985 when she moved to Toronto after both her adoptive parents had died. Her first hit single (“Non Stopping Hip Hopping,” Moods International Records, Florida) was charted as a “hot new item” on North Miami’s Top 40 station WPOW 96FM. 

Brenda’s second single, a substance abuse prevention awareness song, was featured on “The Gathering” compilation released by Attic Records in Toronto. In 1992, the CD won a Juno Award and Brenda earned a Canadian Reggae Music Award nomination. But behind the scenes, she was a single mom in a holding pattern of financial struggle and low self-esteem. 

After reconnecting with her Aboriginal heritage, and getting her self-esteem back, she created her highly sought-after signature seminar Sing Your Self Alive, which has since helped thousands of women across the nation to build their self-confidence. In Canada’s capital region, she is renowned for helping women to find their voice. In 2007 she was nominated for an Aboriginal People’s Choice Award and named Toronto’s Aboriginal Businesswoman of the Year. 

Today Brenda MacIntyre is mentor, coach and healer to women healers worldwide, using her natural healing abilities and down to earth spiritual guidance, combined with 14 years of motivational speaking and creative online marketing experience – and her powerful healing voice.