I'm going to help you change your life.

Whoa… that’s a bold ass claim. And I’m proud to stand behind it. But don’t take it from me. My clients have told me that they feel happier and better able to cope with their day to day stress. That I help them accomplish goals at such a rapid rate that it feels like they’re constantly growing into a new person. A new level.

They told me they feel huge surges of confidence, and realized that they love themselves too much to keep ignoring their own needs.

My clients have called me a beautiful boss babe who shapes and elevates their lives in numerous ways. They’ve called me a badass bitch – in the best way possible.

And that’s because I’ve changed their lives. Even better – I’ve empowered them to change their own lives.

I’m able to do that because I’ve changed my own life. See, a few years ago I stumbled into a yoga classes and started on my path toward healing myself. Healing myself physically, emotionally and spiritually. I’m not going to tell you that I had this sudden moment of genius and clarity when I realized that I needed to work on myself in order to live a happy fulfilled life, because that’s not how it happened. And I don’t think that’s how it happens for most of us.

I didn’t turn around because I hit bottom. I’ve had some serious shitstorms in my life, but those dark spots weren’t what led me to find the light. It was the bits of light that I stumbled across (thanks, Universe) that piqued my interest. I liked the way that first yoga class felt, so I did some more. I liked what happened when I sat quietly to watch my breath, so I did a little more. I felt so grateful to my teachers for creating a safe, loving space for me to show up and move, so I became a teacher.

Bit by bit. One little piece, lesson, practice, and experience at a time.

It’s taken me more than a decade to get to where I am. And I’m still learning. I still show up to my mat or my meditation pillow (it’s just a regular pillow from my couch) or my journal as curious as I was when I started.

That’s why I change lives. Because I keep showing up for me, and in doing so get to show up for my clients in new, different ways every day.

The problem with the way I did things is that it took forever, and I wasted a lot of time on bogus quick fixes or beating myself for not making the changes I was trying to make. 

I’ve worked with several coaches now, and DAMN do I wish I’d hired one ten years ago.

Because working with coaches and teachers who inspire me, who’ve done the work I need to do, who make me look at things differently and who encourage me to show up for myself has magnified my growth tenfold.

That’s what I get to do for you.

When we’re done working together, you’ll be mentally, emotionally, spiritually and physically stronger. 

Ready to go?