Living a healthy lifestyle doesn’t have to be hard and it’s my passion to show others how to create a change in their life, big or small, in order to find overall wellness. I’m a military spouse and a mom who’s dealt with my own health struggles. Over the years I’ve both succeeded and failed when it came to finding balance in my own life. From living overseas, to struggling with infertility, facing a deployment, dealing with cancer within the family, and then my husbands diagnosis/recovery with Guillain-Barre Syndrome. I’ve faced stress head on and seen its negative effects on the body.
My original focus in the health industry started with the fitness aspect of health where I studied Exercise Science as an undergraduate student. Then it eventually evolved into more of a wellness approach to health where I went on to obtain my master’s degree in Exercise & Wellness. I taught group fitness classes and instructed personal training sessions for 10 years before realizing my true heart lies in the nutritional aspect of health, which is why I’m training to be a nutrition coach.
I’ve witnessed the effects of stress and seen how food can heal such destruction on the body both physically and mentally. I choose to stay at home with my son, for example, because it helps me to better manage my stress and be the wife/mom I want to be. My goal is to not only share what I’ve learned but also to be the person in your life that actually listens to your own struggles and helps you find a form of balance.
To inspire healthy lifestyle changes and approach life in a positive way.
To use my passion to educate others on the importance of self-care in order to decrease stress within the body thereby improving overall gut health, nutrient absorption, and quality of life.
To provide nutritional education and lifestyle coaching to any and all individuals needing guidance in their life on how to become a healthier version of themselves. Therefore addressing not only the physical and scientific aspects of health but also focusing on the psychological component as well in hopes of creating a lasting lifestyle change that will continue into the future.