About You

Are you fed up with feeling fatigued?

The tiredness,  crankiness, and loneliness sometimes seem insurmountable.  You want to be able to do fun activities with friends, your partner, your kids or your grandkids.  You’re looking for someone who can help you rediscover that energy you once had.  You want to feel resilient and optimistic about your future.

Do you want to be active but your body just doesn’t cooperate?

Perhaps you overdo your weekend activities so that you’re in pain – again – on Monday morning. Perhaps you once had an injury that just will not heal.  Perhaps you are just achy and sore all the time.  You’re not looking for a massage (because curiously that seems to only make things worse) and you’re not looking for a chiropractor (those cracking sounds are a bit unnerving) but you are looking for someone who can help you move without pain and you are willing to let that person touch your body to do so.

Do you seek a whole body approach to wellness?

You’re leery of gimmicks.  You don’t want to spend money on expensive supplements.  You seek your “medicine” from your food and perhaps some herbs.  You’d like to know that your options are grounded in science.  But you’re also looking for someone to help you better nourish your soul.

Are you having trouble deciphering healthy fact from fiction?

You know that there must be another way to feel healthy, but you just cannot find your way through the murky options.  There are so many herbs and supplements out there, it’s hard to figure out which one you should use.  You’re looking for a guide on your journey, someone who can educate you, but not someone who is an authoritarian.

We might be a good fit for each other if:

  • You are a woman with fatigue or chronic pain, and you are seeking  energy to do the things you need to do.  You’d be elated if you could also find the energy to do the things you want to do.
  • You are a mom with children, looking for an approach that works for the whole family, keeping in mind that the whole family often gets sick together.
  • You are looking for a holistic body-nurturing approach rather than reductionist conventional treatments.
  • You are interested in keeping fit and adopting a diet to support your level of activity.  You are committed to lifestyle changes.

We will not be a good fit for each other if:

  • You are unable to cook. Much of what I suggest involves re-engaging with your food.
  • You are unwilling to incorporate animal products. I would not be a good guide for a vegan or vegetarian.
  • You are reluctant to make lifestyle changes. My suggestions and recommendations only work if you implement them.
  • You are looking for a quick solution with supplements. This path is one of slow wellness – there are no overnight fixes.