Get Moving, Start Healing, Cultivate a Play-Based Life

Helping girls and their moms connect to themselves through movement, nutrition, & mindset to feel good in their bodies and return to play.

My mission is teach t(w)een girls and their moms how to trust and love their bodies, integrate functional wellness habits, navigate physical and emotional pain, and live a play-based life. 

Nutrition & Wellness Coaching

Movement & Massage Therapy


Injury Recovery & Pain Relief

If you’re like me, you’re fed up with diet culture and the messages of what health looks like that we are bombarded with daily, and you’d like to give your daughter a better foundation. You’d love to see her move through life knowing how to support her wellness instead of falling prey to paying for weight loss scheme and living with her self-confidence in the toilet. You want her to know that she is amazing - regardless of what her body looks like.

You want to her eat a nourishing, balanced diet - not being tethered to weighing and logging food to meet some arbitrary numbers. You want her to be able to share her voice and follow her own path - not feel that she needs to hide anything about herself. You want her to be able to move through life with curiosity, exploration, and play, and to see joy and self-confidence radiating from her.

However, you may found that her school Health classes just aren’t giving her great information. You see how she comes home from school hunched and dimmed - glued to her phone as she scrolls through pages of Influences videos. You’ve seen her withdraw from sports and other activities that she loved, and can’t find a reason why. And, you’re probably frustrated that there isn’t more to support her to become the amazing woman that you know is there.


Hi! I'm Beth

I help women connect to their bodies and uncover what it needs to start healing, get aligned, and be nourished.

When we're young, we have a natural ability to hear the messages that our bodies are sending regarding what is needed to stay healthy and well. As we move into adolescence and adulthood, we begin to suppress those messages because of how society is telling us we need to move, to eat, and to be. The social messages can steer us off the path to discovering who we are and living inauthentic lives, and the disconnection can lead us to unhealthy habits around self-image, self-confidence, and emotional dysregulation.

We can reconnect to our bodies as adults, and help prevent our daughters from disconnecting, by simply learning how to tap into how we feel in our bodies in different situations. Whether is be how we're moving, what we're eating (or not eating), and who we are spending time with. When we feel good in our bodies, we feel good about ourselves, and start living authentic, play-based lives.

To help establish this connection, my program focus on:

  • Food as Nourishment, not deprivation
  • Weight Loss without restriction and dieting
  • Exercise & Movement from a Play-Based lens 
  • Hormone Support and Balance using a holistic approach
  • Socio-Emotional & Mental Wellness
  • Use Nutrition, Movement, & Mindset to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression
  • Address Chronic Pain & Mental Wellness by optimizing the Gut-Brain Connection using an Integrative Approach.
  • Exploring their Authentic Life Vision & Path
  • Resiliency & Problem-Solving Skills  
  • Using they Period as a Superpower for Performance

I love working with both girls and their moms, because both are experiencing similar struggles, but in different seasons of their lives.

When adolescent girls learn to connect to their bodies, they are better able to hold onto nourishing wellness habits as they move through adulthood, be grounded in their true identity, and be successful in their pursuits due to increased self-confidence.

When adult women learn to reconnect to their bodies, they experience relief from chronic pain, anxiety, and depression, reinvent themselves to live more authentically, and heal from past trauma to step onto a more fulfilling path for the second half of their lives.

In both cases, connecting with your body integrative wellness practices releases us from a life of questioning our decisions, silences our inner critics, and helps us to become that vision of ourselves we want to be. Strong, confident, healthy, and full of joy.

Returning to Play

We are inundated with messages about body image, diets, and exercise from an early age, and these messages begin to take hold in our teens and affect our future health habits.

We struggle with physical mental, and social wellness. Which isn't surprising after being told what to do, how to react, what activities and behaviors are acceptable, what to eat, how to look, who to hang out with and who to be.

Engaging in play is the gateway to both teens and adults to step into their authentic selves. My programs are founded in the Pillars of Play, and support our ability to explore what makes us feel good, both physically and spiritually.

Play usually begins with movement, and that invitation to play is the catalyst for so much more. Movement leads to healing, physical and mental, which then allows for more play. More play builds confidence, reveals interests and purpose, and clears the path for our teens to remove the mask and finally be seen.