I consider myself an energetic and engaging certified health coach. Through my work and passion for healthy eating and living, I decided to answer the call to become a health coach. I attended Hallelujah Acres health minister training in Gastonia, North Carolina. I also attended the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City, where I was trained in more than 100 dietary theories and studied a variety of lifestyle coaching methods. I am a proud alumna of Capella University where I earned my doctorate in Organizational Management.
Determined to break free from the Standard American Diet (SAD) which is known to do more harm than good, I set out on my journey to research food, diseases, and fitness. One of the biggest things about being a health coach is to understand that all the information and knowledge in the world is useless if you don’t put it to use or know how to implement it.
Nothing is more gratifying than assisting and guiding a client toward a better and healthier lifestyle. My goal is to inspire others to lead the charge for healthy eating and living. At the end of the day, it’s all about loving who you really are and embracing the challenge to discover your best self.
Today, I lead an active lifestyle which includes working out at the local gym 4 to 5 days a week. My workouts consist mostly of strength training and cardiovascular activities. As a vegan, my diet consists of 85% raw, uncooked, and unprocessed plant-based food, and 15% cooked plant-based foods. It is truly an honor and pleasure to encourage and coach my clients to make a positive change in their lives.