Spirituality is connecting to your authentic self, to a higher power, to your community, and to the world at large.
Spirituality recognizes that we are all part of a collective consciousness, here to find our passion, live our purpose, and make the world a better place.
Spirituality recognizes that life is always going to have “highs” and “lows,” and enables us to celebrate the highs while finding the power and strength to get through the lows.
Spirituality is having compassion for others, as well as for yourself.
Most importantly, spirituality helps us to find happiness from within.
Together, we will get in touch with your deepest desires and create practices that truly nourish your soul.
I take a real, whole foods approach to nutrition. I believe that the majority of our diet should consist of foods that have always been foods: grass-fed, locally sourced meat, wild-caught fish, a variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables, and nutrient-dense carbs that come straight from Mother Nature.
However, what works for me and my body might not work as well for you and your body. Together, we will explore and map out your unique food blueprint.
Equally important to nutrition is our relationship to the foods we eat. You are designed to innately know how to fuel your body best, but after years of processed foods and diet dogma, those signals may have been dulled or even turned off. Our work will help you re-establish this connection, and get back to a place where you listen to your body’s needs and fuel it with what it craves.
One of the health issues I am most passionate about is gut health. You’ve probably heard the expression “You are what you eat,” but it’s more accurate to say “You are what you absorb.” Did you know that 80% of our immune system is in the gut?! Regardless of your nutritional history or path, the first thing we will do is heal and repair your gut to ensure your digestive system is functioning optimally.
True fitness is about so much more than looking good, lifting heavy, or running fast. Our bodies are the physical homes for our spiritual selves, and we must take care of them in order to live a healthy lifestyle.
Taking care of ourselves requires eating nutritious foods and getting regular exercise, but it also involves reducing stress and taking opportunities to rest when our bodies ask for it. More is not always better. When we abuse our bodies with punishing routines or restrictive habits, we cause additional damage and create new problems for ourselves. (I know because as a former NPC Bikini Competitor, I've been there).
Your body is uniquely designed, and it knows the ways in which to move in order to feel good. Together we will explore various movement modalities to discover what works best for you.