and the habits I’ve committed to, I’ve found myself in a place where I am the healthiest and happiest version of myself. The big shift happened, when I began to shift my focus on developing a mindset rooted in self-love and adopting habits that fit into my busy lifestyle, that’s when I started to see the real results that I have lasted.
with myself and I knew that if I wanted to live the life that I truly wanted, I would have to make some real changes to my mindset, my habits, and my lifestyle.
out on my journey over 12 years ago, I was riddled with depression and anxiety, accompanied by two failed suicide attempts, and living a life that was leading me on a very dangerous path where I was self-medicating with alcohol, unhealthy habits, and very bad decisions.
However, if you are like me, your journey to wellness has been quite frustrating, overwhelming, and stressful. Spending a lot of time comparing yourself to others, wasting money on things that did more harm than good, and coming across many obstacles that kept you stuck.
Ultimately, you want to know how to get started or how to stay consistent on your health and wellness journey in a way that will really work this time. You are ready to put yourself first and prioritize your needs to make sure that you are the healthiest, happiest and most fulfilled version of yourself.
working with a wide range of clients, from professional athletes and executives to sales leaders and politicians. My coaching expertise encompasses fitness, nutrition, stress management, and self-care habits. I'm dedicated to helping individuals like you transform their lives.
I also share my insights as a speaker and consultant, collaborating with esteemed companies like Cisco, Genentech, BlackRock, Cartier, Caterpillar, and more. My mission is to inspire lasting change in individuals and organizations alike.
Beyond my coaching and consulting work, I proudly serve on the Advisory Board for Bring Change to Mind, a non-profit founded by the actress Glenn Close that's actively combatting the stigma surrounding mental illness.
Take a dance class
Cooking and creating new recipes
Binge watching period pieces on Netflix
Strength training, especially glutes and core
My morning breathwork, meditation, and journaling sessions.
"Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation"