Our bodies are our homes. Because of this, a lot of my wellness work involves our bodies — how our bodies feel AND how we feel about them. Together, we can investigate where our beliefs about our own body, or bodies in general, came from.

In supporting folks in their relationship with their body image, I am deeply dedicated to not reinforcing the trauma a fat-phobic world imposes upon us. No bodies are bad bodies, and so much of our world encourages us to to do things that will make us unwell in our pursuit of wellness.

In working together, we can externalize the myths around good and bad bodies. We can imagine what actual, holistic wellness could look like, feel like, and taste like for you. We can identify areas of agency and develop strategies to incorporate some wellness practices in your life. We can work together to shift your relationship with your body to one that is collaborative, loving, and curious.