My Mission

To help "preventative medicine" take the place of "reactive medicine." I partner with clients who have a similar vision and together address the stress and toxicity of daily living that our bodies are exposed to through an integrative approach to wellness. By doing this, we can achieve the goal of optimum health for ourselves and for our communities.

My Mission

To help "preventative medicine" take the place of "reactive medicine." I partner with clients who have a similar vision and together address the stress and toxicity of daily living that our bodies are exposed to through an integrative approach to wellness. By doing this, we can achieve the goal of optimum health for ourselves and for our communities.

Reiki Master

Reiki is a spiritual practice developed in 1922 by Japanese Buddhist Mikao Usui.

Certified Integrative Health Coach

Providing guidance for healthy choices in life and diet.

Survivor

Your mind is a powerful tool.

Certified Personal Trainer

Individualized personal assessment and training. In person or virtual available.

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    When a slice of pizza or a burrito contains more than a day’s supply worth of sodium, it’s easy to see how growing teens can get too much. Their ravenous appetites often leave home freezers and pantries empty of these […]

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  • Four Ways That Diet Helps Preserve Muscle

    January 24, 2013
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  • What are you Cleaning With?

    July 31, 2012

    Today, I stumbled across an interesting study published by; The American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine named The Use of Household Cleaning Sprays and Adult Asthma. I was amazed by their conclusions –
    Conclusions: Freque…
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  • Exercise for Fat Loss

    Here is so much amazing information from my friend Dr Michael Colgan. He helps us understand the research in fitness and fat loss. How many of us are wasting our time not training properly?
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