Have an event or retreat in mind for a group of your favorite people or customers?
In the past I've helped plan and lead curated dinners, wellness workshops, and more.
(My bucket list retreat location is Tulum, in case anyone wants to join.)
Let's be honest...you’ve tried random memberships, accountability buddies, and diets in the past that may or may not have worked.
Even if they "worked", the results probably weren't lasting.
Get my full attention, my one-on-one coaching, specific nutrition and fitness plans designed just for you, my cheerleading skills (I was the cheer captain in high school - though I was homeschooled) and the accountability you need to implement the changes into your life.
I’m about a lifestyle, not a fad. Let me guide you week-by-week towards a new you: one that you’ll be proud of (and one that won’t quit!)
As someone who has spent most of her adult life working long (between 12-24 hour) shifts, mostly for large local government or healthcare corporations...
I WISH that my workplaces would have at any point offered wellness coaching and opportunities to learn about self-care. When I was going through the thick of burnout, I felt as though it was part of "the norm" and that I should just suck it up. It took a mentor of mine telling me that I was burnt out (crispy, I think he said) for it to hit home and for me to take action.
If you're a business owner with employees, or a manager that has access to the yearly budget consider investing in someone who's been there (hint: it's me) to lead a talk or a series of talks on a holistic approach to wellness.
I have in the past, and would love to again. Stay tuned!
do you ever do online group coaching courses?
Think of all of the buzzwords, supplements, health foods, exercises, and ingredients you never understand or that intimidate you. Now imagine having a BFF to guide you through all of it and set goals along side you. That's me.
what are the benefits of private wellness coaching?
For the time being, it's a no. I LOVE cooking for those that are in my life (it's my love language, folks) and developing new tasty recipes for brands, my private clients, and my own tastebuds. Right now it doesn't make sense to be tied to any one location. That being said, keep an eye on my event page for pop-up cooking classes.
will you ever open a restaurant or sell the food you make anywhere?
This always has been, is currently, and will likely always be a hard no for me. Just like I mentioned above, I take pride in controlling the values of my own brand. Pushing product for someone else's brand isn't business owning, it's a sales job. If you own a brand and would like me to honestly review your product, I'll be happy to share it with my followers as long as it aligns with my values.
Do you want to be a rep for my MLM? (lipsense, itworks, beautycounter, young living, etc.)
Never have, probably never will. The beauty of owning your own LLC is having complete control over your own business goals and values.
do you work for a gym or anyone else?
No, I don't. This is a purposeful decision that allows me to serve clients all over the U.S. and world in a virtual setting. While I do have a few in-person training clients that I utilize local spaces for, the majority of private wellness coaching is virtual.
Do you have a brick and mortar location?
As much as I would love to say yes, sometimes that's a no. I'm one (very multipassionate) person who takes on new clients at the rate that allows for my greatest work and a balance in my own life.