Guy Joseph Ale, DBA, is the Founding President of Lifespan Seminar and Vice President of Asia Pacific Association of Psychology. Since 1992, Guy's primary research has been the scientific, spiritual, behavioral, and evolutionary aspects of the awareness that it is in our DNA to sense how long we can live and the practical applications of this insight in daily circumstances. Guy received the Eminent in Psychological Science Award at the International Conference on Psychology 2011 "in recognition of invaluable contributions for the benefit of humanity." These contributions are detailed in Guy's book, A Manual for Mastering Your Life, which is a handy guide for stress management, good nutrition, sufficient rest, and active lifestyle.
Guy is a member of the International High IQ Society. He has lived in four countries on three continents and speaks four languages. This eclectic personal experience has enabled him to combine the ancient wisdom of Eastern philosophies with the latest breakthroughs of Western-led science to develop the Optimal Lifespan™ system which helps individuals to live their longest and healthiest lives. Guy serves as Vice Chancellor USA of Medicina Alternativa, the largest integrated medicine institution in the world within the guidelines of WHO, World Health Organization.
As the recipient of the "Los Angeles Excellence Award" in the Life Coach category the last four years in a row, Guy is affectionately known in Hollywood as "The Life Coach for the Stars." Lifespan Seminar is a proud member of the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce. Guy is an Esteemed Council Member of the International Council of Professional Therapists. He serves as a Goodwill Ambassador of Sri Lanka – United Nations Friendship Organization. The National Council of American Executives named Guy in 2014 among its Top Ranked U.S. Executives. Guy speaks and conducts workshops in the US, Europe, and Asia. Watch Guy's speaker reel here.
Teresa Mishler, DBA, is COO of Lifespan Seminar. Mrs. Mishler is a renowned workshop leader and coach, and certified yoga instructor in vinyasa flow, yin and restorative yoga. She conducts seminars internationally for companies and organizations, as well as individual group sessions.
Mrs. Mishler holds a doctorate in counseling psychology (hon) from Young Scientists University “in recognition of her findings and contributions made so far to the field of human lifespan.” Mrs. Mishler is a senior faculty member at the Department of Psychology of Young Scientists University. She is a member of the Futurist Advisory Board of the Lifeboat Foundation, serves as a council member for USA of Chamber of Chartered Java Professionals – International, and is a member of the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. Mishler is Director of Integrative Health Services of Medicina Alternativa, within the guidelines of WHO, World Health Organization.
“My journey to wellness and balance has been a lifelong process. I grew up in a single-parent home, the youngest of three girls. My mother gave us a good childhood but she never learned to love herself. She loved us but didn’t take care of her own needs. Seeing this as a young child caused me to grow up always putting others’ needs first and neglecting my own.
At age 22 I found myself 50 pounds overweight and unhappy. I made a decision to make a change, hiring a personal trainer and losing 50 pounds in five months. I thought all my problems were solved but I was still empty inside. I replaced the food addiction with exercise, working out religiously and under-eating. For the next several years I would look for different things to give me peace, whether it was alcohol, sex or pursuing an acting career.
Then in 2007 I was invited to a class on yoga and meditation. There I learned how to find peace within myself and not from the outside world. I learned that the power is in us and we can tap into our power and reach our potential. Since discovering these profound truths from those first classes, I’ve dedicated my life to helping others de-stress and discover that their peace and well-being comes from within.”