Why I Love What I Do?

I love helping women overcome their physical, spiritual, and emotional pain. I am humbled to be a part of their personal journey and it brings me joy to see their passions and dreams become realities. Helping them go from confusion to focus and clarity helps me to retain my own focus and clarity. I do what I do because I am passionate in my work and I believe this is the path that I was born to follow.
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A little bit about me

My personal journey to health has been one filled with self-discovery. I was diagnosed with Multiple
Sclerosis in 1991. My original diagnosis was grim; I was going downhill at a rapid pace and was told
that I would be in a wheelchair within 5 years. I had no balance, no sight in my left eye, no feeling
from the waist down, and wore wrist splints on both hands. Today, no one would know where I’ve
been if I didn’t wish to tell them.  I have found that the human body is capable of beating the odds.
The mind is a wonderful thing! The desire to change and the belief that you have the ability to
change creates the atmosphere for miracles. I live a very active life with my husband and I give
thanks for each moment of my day.