I am enthusiastically passionate about helping women improve the quality of their lives and helping them become the best version of themselves. Whether it is to lose that last 10 pounds that you just can’t get rid of or you are just beginning your fitness journey I am able to help.
I’m so thankful to doTERRA for this amazing trip which allows me to relax and help those in need through the charitable work that doTERRA is doing in Mexico! It’s always a good feeling when you are part of something much greater than yourself! In February 2018, I embarked on a momentous trip to PuertoContinue reading “What I learned from my doTERRA trip to Puerta Vallarta, Mexico”
Whether you are trying to improve your running pace or change the way your body looks esthetically, strength training is the answer.
The most common reasons for hormonal imbalances are: Poor sleep. Many people sleep poorly, either because of pre-existing health issues or poor sleep hygiene. Talk to your clients about their bedtime ritual. Are they looking at their phone or a bright screen? Is their room dark and cool? Is their bed and pillow comfortable? Continue reading “Hormone Imbalance & Solutions”
Glute Activation- The Key To Building A Great Butt Glute Activation is critical to a great leg workout. It is the number one way to ensure you are activating your glutes properly (and not just your thighs) during your workout. Glute activation is an exercise that you do prior to staring your leg workout orContinue reading “Glute Activation- The Key To Building A Great Butt”
Before- 185lbs Sept 2014 After- 168lbs Feb 2015 “In March, I was diagnosed with an auto-immune issue coupled with Candida (yeast imbalance throughout the GI tract). My physician gave me a minimal food list and no help. Mera looked at my options and developed a menu including tasty recipes that made theContinue reading “Transformation | Chris”
One of the most common hormonal imbalances in women is estrogen dominance, which can mean elevated estrogen or simply estrogen that is unbalanced by progesterone. Estrogen dominance is associated with conditions like PMS, endometriosis, and fibroids. Luckily, there are some simple ways to help reduce estrogen dominance.