I am a Certified Personal Trainer, Group Exercise Instructor, and Holistic Health and Living Coach. I love sipping green tea, sunflowers, trying my hand at gardening, and slow mornings. I currently reside in the South Bay area of Los Angeles, CA with my husband and our pup, Nusu. I am an Air Force wife, an old soul, a small town girl, and a big dreamer. I believe in a holistic approach to living and that our environments profoundly impact our overall health and wellbeing.
I love helping women become their best selves through finding their worth and gaining self-confidence in who they are and who they were created to be in freedom and in truth. Let’s journey together and create more beautiful, healthier, and meaningful lives! Take a look around and make yourself at home.
HomeBodySoul is a lifestyle brand that embodies the values of living life well through stewardship and systems.
Here at HomeBodySoul, we value self-care, community, health, family, discipline, joy, and a healthy dose of grit.
As a holistic living business and platform for women, my goal is to encourage, inspire, and empower women to tenderly care for and mindfully cultivate their homes, their bodies, and their souls with stewardship at the center. HomeBodySoul seeks to bring healing, breed confidence, and motivate women in each and every season they find themselves in through fresh inspiration. My goal is to help each woman design a life she loves; a life full of purpose, meaning, and joy so that she can impact and love herself, her family, community, and others more authentically and wholly while effectively carrying out her dreams and calling in life. My hope is that HomeBodySoul is a place where our homes, our wellness, and our stories can intersect.
HomeBodySoul is a way of life. It’s intentional, slow living, finding value in how we care for and steward our homes, bodies, and souls.
My story has informed how I view home, body, and soul. It’s through the lens of my story that I see the interconnectedness of these three vital life areas
As someone who grew up in an unhealthy home environment with a father who has struggled with alcohol, I’ve seen the deep ways our home environments affect our bodies and our souls. I spent my childhood and teenage years being afraid of letting anyone in my home, fearful of what might be seen or judged. While no one walks out of a perfect home without blemishes or scars, I have found the importance of cultivating a healthy home because this is where our wellness is rooted. I saw first hand the scarring effect of hurtful words, the repercussions of lingering stress, and the perfect storm we women face when it comes to perfectionism, control, and worry.
I’ve always been passionate about the body and living a well lifestyle, but it was after watching my mom fight for her life from Stage 3 Ovarian Cancer and watching my dad sip away his health with every swig of the can, that I was determined to live a lifestyle rooted in healthy habits and I wanted to educate and inspire others to do the same.
My desire is to come alongside of women and help them to step into their best life by learning how to care for themselves so they can better care for others. I personally know the stronghold perfectionism and the gripping desire for control that manifests into fear and anxiety can have on not only our bodies, but also on our hearts and deep within our souls. Let’s step out of these places of paralysis and into our best selves that walk in grace and confidence. My heart is for women to find what matters most to them and then intentionally make those matters a priority. By being intentional with our hearts and our time, we can build simplicity and meaning in and out of our homes and cultivate joy-filled families within healthy walls.
My approach to health and fitness is unique and authentic. While the world around us shouts that we need to look a certain way or attain a certain level of “fitness”, my heart and goal is to help women learn how to best use their bodies in the way they were designed. Of course, I desire to help women reach their health and fitness goals, but always through the lens of caring for one’s body as a temple that is not our own. Because our bodies are a gift, I challenge women to learn how to best use this precious resource so that they can move well, engage with their family, and be able to serve others. It’s not about our size or even our fitness level. It’s about treating our bodies well, caring for them, and learning how to best utilize them for our purpose in life.