I see you. You might be struggling with an upcoming move, career change or maybe just overall you are feeling anxious and lonely. 

You so badly want to feel rested, nourished, comfortable in your own skin, and present in how you show up day to day. 

When it comes to health and wellness, there are endless articles, posts and reels telling us what we should be doing. 

Do you wish you just had a close friend to sift through this mess and give you 2-3 things to prioritize right now? Someone to hold you accountable, celebrate your successes and be available with those quick last minute questions? 

I help women navigate change from a holistic health standpoint


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I have read the books, so you don’t have to

I did the trial and error, so you don't have to

I took the courses and did the training, so you don't have to

My world collapsed and I rebuilt, so you don’t have to

I've done all of the hard work for you:

Transitions can be exciting, overwhelming and exhausting. But most often it can mean the components that make up your holistic life get compromised with the transition, and while change is underway your physical body and mental health might feel out of whack.

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Here's the Thing....

Our bodies are constantly communicating with us, shouting with symptoms, aches, pains and gut feelings that we may or may not choose to listen to. I’m here to help you work with your body and mind, instead of against it. Specifically, we do this work by focusing on the five key pillars of a holistic life: Nutrition, Exercise, Sleep, Stress Management, and Community. 

What Can You Expect After Working Together?

  • Nourishing self-care practices
  • More nutrient-dense nutrition
  • Education and empowerment on how to shop and understand ingredients
  • Stronger relationships with self and others
  • Customized tools to manage stress
  • Sleep routine practices = better sleep
  • Prioritization of daily movement
  • More ease and flow in your life
  • Fewer medications and doctor visits
  • Money saved in the long term
  • Clearer boundaries
  • Involvement in community