What type(s) of holistic medicine or wellness have you studied and what do you specialize in?
Ayurveda, Meditation and Journaling. I specialize in helping busy, overwhelmed women by empowering them to slow down, nourish and reconnect to themselves.
Tell us a little about you. What’s your backstory, and how did you get into holistic wellness?
I have always been interested in holistic healing, using home remedies over pharmaceuticals and looking for ways to rid my life of toxins.
Around the time I turned thirty a whole list of physical symptoms accompanied by a lack of excitement and luster for life is what really pushed me in the direction of a holistic approach to living and healing my mind and body through food.
Realizing I had the power to heal myself after traditional western medicine had failed me and discovering first hand what I put in and on my body truly mattered empowered me to keep learning and growing so I could share this knowledge with others.
I knew I couldn’t be the only one who had never been taught that food is medicine, or it’s poison and we get to decide how we want to feel every day.
What’s your preferred style of work?
1:1 coaching and small group workshops
What is something you’re most proud of in your work?
I am most proud of the women I have helped find their worth.
Where do you get most of your health info from (outside of your traditional study). Are there any podcasts you love, books you’d recommend, or newsletters you enjoy getting?
Where do you meet most of your clients?
Most of my clients come through word of mouth. Client testimonials are everything.
If you could give one piece of advice to a new holistic practitioner, what would it be?
Don’t let your fear hold you back. Someone, somewhere needs you to be brave.
Where can people find you?
Interviewed by: Rachel Jeffries Murphy