I’m an eating strategist and health coach.
Usually for music industry professionals—though anyone whose week includes more evening events/Skype calls with clients in wonky time zones/other high-energy public appearances than it does sleep also applies.
But really? I’m a deep listener, a confidante and a catalyst for change.
If you’re here, you’ve probably noticed a gap between the quality of health you want, and the ability to actually get there.
You want to take care of yourself.
You want to break free of that sugar addiction.
You want to slim down a bit, stop feeling dragged behind the train of your career and maybe enjoy a homecooked meal every now and then.
But you love what you do. The industry is your world. And when your world lives on energy bars and coffee for lunch, then steakhouse dinners with clients and free beer at the show, those personal wants sound damn near impossible.
Here’s the thing, though: they’re not.
Because I’m here to bridge that gap.
And I’ve got the firsthand experience + nerd-level nutrition knowledge to prove that you can make it happen.
I am amazing at helping people clarify what they’re truly seeking in their desire for better health, then helping them kick overwhelm to the curb to make those desires reality.
When you work with me, you can expect:
- Relief that comes only from being truly listened to and understood
- Confidence that your health is in your control, and your goals are not unthinkable—even in the midst of your crazytown life
- Empowerment and “Aha!” moments as we create an actionable roadmap together, then bring your goals to fruition
And you’ll probably be pretty impressed by your own unearthed make-shit-happen potential—which, let’s face it, is normally all used up on your professional and creative endeavors.
My work matters because yours does. You move people; you make them laugh, cry, feel connected, feel understood. And none of that can happen if you’re not on top of your game.
I’m here to remind you that your health and sanity are just as important as your work and your art.
Because the second two can only reach their fullest potential when the first two are in place.
And damn, does the world ever need the second two.
- For a DIY approach to taking better care of your body, check out my book.
- For more personalized, hands-on action in the form of a one-on-one session, check out my services; let’s get the party started.
- For a (free!) crash course on creating Killer Confidence–anywhere, at any weight–delivered straight to your inbox, pop your email addy into the form below.
A few very true things about me
- I spent college blasting heavy metal over the airwaves and holding therapy sessions with truck drivers, cabbies and cops who’d call in, bored, on their night shifts. A series of these conversations led me to unironically consider truckdriving as a Plan B career.
- I also managed a weekly indie rock show. Contrary to my beliefs, more than seven people were tuning in; it eventually won some awards and landed me a job in radio promotion.
- While doing that, I attended more shows, festivals and other live music events than are worth counting. I spent a lot of time on the phone, making friends + chatting music with radio programmers across North America. I drank a lot of coffee. I regret nothing about those days.
- I ultimately decided that that particular ladder wasn’t the one I wanted to climb. So I moved to China to teach English, check off a few Bucket List items and just breathe for a while. For this reason, choosing the country with the highest smog index probably wasn’t the best idea. I’m now back in the States with a newfound appreciation for access to tortilla chips + guacamole.
- I’m a fan of whiskey, red lipstick and big hair.
If you’re wondering why there aren’t any romantically-lit photos of me holding a bundle of vegetables in my apron, sipping a perfectly-blended green smoothie or photogenically meditating, it’s because:
- I ate all the vegetables.
- My mason jar’s storing leftovers in the fridge.
- I still go for loud music over quiet spaces–most of the time.