Every day I strive to live an awesome life!
Helping me do that are my three beautiful kids, who light up my world and make me laugh constantly! You can often find us dancing around the living room and making silly faces and funny voices at each other. I try to instil in them the same values I do with my clients; that trying new things, exploring our creative sides and having fun are the path to determining our “awesome life”.
That life includes giving back to others in any way I can. My wonderful husband follows his passions and gives back to the community in many ways. Volunteering is important to us, and we believe that the donation of time and energy is equally as important as money. Currently my time and energy go to supporting Ovarian Cancer Canada – Walk of Hope, The True Health Foundation and my kids’ School Council.
When I’m not volunteering, my day job is following my passions by mentoring and coaching others to attain optimal health, discover new pathways to freedom and realize their greatest dreams.
I believe that eating really great, nutritious food is the foundation for achieving optimal health. My experience as a Nutritional Therapist from the Health Sciences Academy has taught me just how difficult it can be to get enough nutrients from our food these days. That is why I also advocate for taking high quality vitamins and minerals daily to nourish and protect our bodies at a cellular level.
Being a former personal trainer and pre/post natal fitness specialist, I also prioritise daily physical activity for my family, my clients and me!
Rounding out my equation for an awesome life is my focus on continuous personal development. Having studied and participated in numerous workshops and courses on the concepts of leadership, abundance, communication and health, I’m able to help others on their personal growth journey.
Taking time to reflect on the multitude of blessings in my life I recognize how grateful I am to be able to make a living doing the things I love, surrounded by people I love! It is with that gratitude in my heart that I find my true purpose: