Here is the scoop about Optimal Health Network:
When we hosted Efest West back in 2009, I reached out to EVERY enema-related website out there to get free gear to raffle, ads sold in the program, and generally raise money through networking with vendors. We received positive responses from shopinprivate.com, Stonefox/Enemarotica, Klystra, Kink.com, etc. At first, Optimal Health Network was going to be a big part of the event in terms of support, but after they saw how deviant the event was going to be in terms of classes, subject matter, and demos, they pulled out- so to speak.
Following their exodus, a few veterans in the community reached out to me through zity. One lady said Kristina used to be a big time klismo and was all about the enema for fun world, but this shift to legit holistic care and colon hydrotherapy caused a schism with her and the kink community. There was a legitimacy and prestige that would be tarnished by being associated with our kind. I recall her female friend being pretty bummed about the whole deal as it seems Kristina used to be an excellent player and a solid enema player.
That said, you can't blame her for doing the most conservative thing when it comes to starting, building, and successfully marketing her business. She and most of you already know that a good portion of the sales of equipment on her site go to people like us. In the end, she is supporting us on some level. On the other hand, other fairly vanilla sites still supported the event in an effort to target that market. Hope this helps clear up a few mysteries.