I’m here to help other women just like me!

If you’ve followed me for any length of time you know that I have a passion for fitness and food, but what you might not know is why.

I haven’t always worked out. I was a band nerd growing up. In fact, I was a pretty sickly kid. So any time I tried doing something active, I’d end up quitting because of so many missed practices. It wasn’t until I had our first child that my body gained a substantial amount of weight, and I was miserable.


Extra weight made everything more difficult: my knees hurt walking up and down the stairs, I was out of breath for hardy moving, bending over to pick things up was difficult, I was tired ALL the time, I was depressed, and I was generally miserable.

It wasn’t until I was pregnant with my second that I decided this time needed to be different. I needed to lose the weight, and with the help from a good friend and coach I was able to lose the weight, but that wasn’t enough for me.

Holding our tiny baby minutes before we left our home in Savannah in 2008 just three weeks after she was born. (Joe actually stayed behind a few weeks more to iron out extra details before we met him in New York.)


Knowing how miserable I had been, I knew there had to be other women just like me feeing like their situation was hopeless and that they too were just “stuck” with their new post partum body and extra weight. I needed to educate myself, and that’s exactly what I did! Education is a powerful tool, and I knew I’d I wanted to help as many women as possible that I’d need to know more…what I’ve learned is while it’s great to “know” more, it’s even better to care.



So here I am. Mom of three (the oldest having some fairly significant special needs and our youngest possibly receiving a diagnoses in the coming weeks). I honestly don’t know what I would do without a physical release. I don’t know what I’d do if I didn’t know how to properly take care of my body.

I’m not saying your life is perfect when you workout. It’s not. But it really does make things a lot easier. Better even. So if you’re a new mom, or a mom who just hasn’t been able to find her new groove, let me help you. We can do it together. It’s not a magic pill or overnight quick fix. It’s a sustainable, lifetime of being able to take care of yourself and your family the best and healthiest way possible while still enjoying life.

Birth is hard! No matter how you do it. Pregnancy is hard. Being a mom is hard…but we can do it together. Now, let’s get some support, and help you feel the best you’ve felt in years…or maybe you’re whole life.

Until next time!


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