body   bod·y  // ˈbädē/
: the physical structure of a person, including the bones, flesh, & organs
: mind-body awareness is the gateway to mindful awareness in everyday life & times of stress
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The body is our foundation, it carries us through this beautiful life. Together, let’s tap into your intentions for both mental & physical health practices. I have tools to help you ignite your motivation for getting the body moving, experiencing new adventures, or approaching activities you routinely do but with MORE mindful awareness!

WHOLE BODY services //


Whether you’re a recreational athlete looking to bring more motivation & focus to your workout routine, or a competitive athlete looking for the mental edge, or if you’re experiencing an injury & looking for support during the healing process, I offer services to support you. From visualizations to breathing exercises to intention setting.


We know moving the body & being present with our experience – thoughts + emotions + body sensations – is beneficial for both mental & physical health. Let’s get down to basics together. The formal mindfulness practice of the mindful walk & informal practices such as mindful running & hiking are great activities to start integrating into your wellness routine. I can support you in intention setting, health routine building & we can go on a mindful nature walk to give you the skills to do this nourishing practice regularly in your day-to-day life!


When talking about the body it’s hard to have a conversation that doesn’t touch on how we fuel the body! The focus of both mood + food therapy & mindful eating programs together involve education & practice with regard both HOW & WHAT you eat!

Nutrition Psychology assessment includes a 3-Day Food Journal for Mood (3-DFJM), which is a tool that allows simple assessment of the impact daily dietary intake is likely having on mood. Based on the results of the 3-DFJM, a method of nutritional remediation called Macronutrient Mood Therapy (MMT) can be applied.

Mindful Eating practices can be added to or explored separately from nutritional psychology interventions in individual therapy.