When choosing to work with a health coach, practitioner, etc., it’s important to find someone that’s a good fit. After all, this is someone you will likely have vulnerable conversations with and spend solid chunks of time together along your journey to a more vibrant, healthy life. 

The reality is that every practitioner has a unique approach in their practice. In order to give you a glimpse into who I am as a coach and practitioner, I wanted to share them here. The approach of my wellness practice, including the use of Mind Body Spirit Release™, is founded on a handful of foundational principles. I’ve included some of the primary ones below. 🙂


01. The human body was intricately designed with an innate ability to heal.

Similar to the philosophy of Naturopathy, I believe the body is a self-healing organism and will always move in the direction of homeostasis and balance if given the proper environment. Working together, we will support the natural systems of the body and remove blocks that are preventing it from functioning optimally. This way more priority and energy can be put into healing.

02. Achieving authentic wellbeing means acknowledging the whole person.

To achieve wellness, it’s necessary to consider and address all aspects that make up the whole person. The physical and non-physical are intertwined and impact and influence each other. The mind, body, and spirit are all connected and all areas of someone’s life are worth considering when pursuing deeper healing. It would be a disservice to the individual to not the weaving parts that make up their overall health and wellbeing.


03. Bio-individuality is a key component of one’s process.

Each individual has his/her own unique story, with unique needs, and unique experiences. With anything wellness-related, a bio-individual approach is not only beneficial but is also required. No two people- no two journeys- are exactly the same. There may be some foundational aspects that most benefit from, but otherwise, the healing journey is unique to the individual. 

04. Healing is not linear.

It may, and often does, take time. The body is always in flux and attempts to communicate imbalances. Sometimes we need to learn to just listen and tap into our God-given intuition. This is a marathon, not a sprint. There may be ebbs and flows. The important thing is being consistent and keeping your intention at the forefront of your mind.


05. Healing requires trust in the process and trust in yourself.

Sometimes we can be the biggest blocks standing in the way of our own healing and success. Not only does this process take time, but it takes trust in the personal investment and in oneself. Depending on the individual, trust in a higher power is also a powerful component. 


I hope these give you some insight into not only me as a coach/practioner but also as a person.