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Life is family, friends, humor and gratitude 


I remember my first physical education teachers name, Mrs. Ferguson. I loved field day, running, climbing, chin-ups, even chores that required physical work. However, I did not have a healthy nor supportive home life. My brother's and I raised ourselves and were lucky to have some very influential aunts, uncles and grandparents to help us when we needed.

I went through a long period of my life that was self destructive and not healthy. I remember waking up one day and realizing no one was going to change my life but myself. No one will will dig deep and do the work for you. Change is not easy, but it can be the most satisfying and lifesaving choice you ever make. I walked away from everything that was not serving me well and dedicated myself to figuring out how to live a vibrant, grateful and healthy life. 

After the birth of my first child 18 years ago, I had 60 lbs to lose and could not get the weight off. I ate a whole food diet that always included protein. I got phenomenal results from my own nutrition and fitness program.

After the birth of my second child, I decided to further my education at the Institute for Integrative nutrition and also become a personal trainer so I could help other people learn how to embrace a healthy lifestyle. 

I have since taught thousands of classes, coached hundreds of clients and completed many fitness certifications. I graduated from the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy in 2019 and became a certified functional medicine health coach that collaborates with practitioners to bring personalized care to patients/clients.

I am currently pursuing a certification under Dr. Dale Bredesen called RECODE 2.0. This certification will allow me to collaborate with practitioners and clients to prevent and reverse cognitive decline and Alzheimer's. This is a personal passion as I have learned I am among the 7% of American's who have the highest propensity for developing Alzheimer's. 60-90%.

I try not to take any day for granted. I approach each day with gratitude and have a specific epigenetic protocol I follow to optimize my wellness. It is an understatement when saying I am passionate about helping those who are willing to put in the hard work to take care of their bodies in order to thrive. 

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