Who is her?

She is the beautiful, dynamic, creative woman you see staring back at you from the mirror. She is the one that has been with you since the day you were born and she is the one who has done her very best to support you every day since… She is your body.

I want to live in a world where women love themselves well, enjoy their bodies, feel healthy, confident, and strong, and embrace all that is possible for their lives.


I believe that there is nothing more powerful than a woman who loves herself well for no other reason than she knows that she is unique, flawed and truly beautiful just as she is.

I believe a woman who is fulfilling her desires does not neglect herself physically or emotionally, but instead celebrates all of herself. The time she spends working toward her wellbeing is time spent moving towards her best self for herself first and then for those she loves.

I believe that a woman’s body is her living, breathing personal statement that conveys her strengths, weaknesses, hopes and fears.

I believe that a woman’s body is wise and knows what is best for her if we allow her a chance to arrive in her own time and share her opinions.

I believe it is our job to simply slow down, listen and respond to the body with curiosity, playfulness, love and devotion.

I believe a woman is always in choice about how she treats her body and while her body is always seeking to be healthy, she is also very forgiving of what we may have done to and with her in the past.

I believe that a woman’s body will always welcome her home.

What do you believe about your body?

What’s your relationship with her like these days? What do you feed her? How do you move her? What do you say to and about her when you catch a glimpse of your reflection? Do you treat her with kindness or criticism, compassion or cruelty? Who supports her?


The next time you are in front of the mirror take a look at her, the woman staring back at you, and ask what she needs today… and then give it to her.

While every client’s journey is different, the end-goal is always the same: bringing you to a place where you can look at yourself in the mirror and say, “Hello, self. I love you.” When we can meet ourselves with love—instead of criticism, judgment, and disappointment—it upgrades every single area of our lives.

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