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Nothing else has worked, and here's why:

(Hint: because Self-care is more than just knowing what you should do)

Let's be honest – nothing else you've tried has helped you finally find the time (and motivation!) to de-stress, prioritize your health, and beat the to-do list overwhelm.

We don't like to talk about it, but you know what I mean – how collapsing onto the couch and binging Netflix at the end of a long day always seems to win over your plans to work out, cook a healthy dinner, or meditate.

Here's why trying to follow the habits of successful people you Googled or the newest self-care trends your friend is obsessed with haven’t solved all your issues: doing and sticking with the self-care you hear about is way more complicated than just knowing what you should do.

The good news?

It’s not your fault, and it’s not because you don’t have enough WILLPOWER or because your body is against you.

Trying to change your life all at once is enough to make anyone give up regardless of how motivated you may feel at the start.

The secret is that it’s not about having enough motivation, but getting clear on the RIGHT motivation…your life purpose or your dharma (as well as truly understanding WHY your previous attempts to change didn’t work). 

Why do I know this? Because I've been there, too.

 
 
 
 
 

Hi! I'm Emily.

"If I can reduce my stress, IBS, fibromyalgia, and migraine symptoms by 90%, regain my self-worth, and feel confident while advocating for my needs all through my own sustainable self-care, you can achieve your goals too."

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You're not alone in this – I've been there too.

Before I truly became my own health ally (instead of constantly feeling like my body was against me), I was super stressed out at work, 15 pounds heavier, didn’t know how to advocate for myself, and hiding chronic pain and digestive issues that never seemed to leave me alone.

It wasn't as if I hadn't tried to "fix" what was happening. I tried different workouts, I ate extra vegetables, I took probiotics, I limited starches, I counted calories, I read countless wellness blogs and magazine articles... but it didn't matter. In fact, it got worse. I became anorexic to try to control my body and then binge-ate because I couldn't satisfy my hunger. My body revolted at the abuse, and eventually I got diagnosed with IBS and fibromyalgia. 

I realized it was time to make a change.

I had been treating my body like it was an enemy, like something I needed to control because it was out of control. You could say it was a "me versus me" scenario.

Through meditation, journaling, yoga, and mantra work, I finally understood that my body wasn't attacking me but desperately trying to communicate with my brain…and my brain just hadn’t been listening.

My body wasn't sick but working hard to be healthy. 

Once I finally tuned in, I learned how to interpret what my body was trying to tell me as well as how to implement healthful practices (from the food I ate to how I moved to the way I thought about myself) to regain balance

Along the way, I developed recipes that met my cravings for pasta, pizza, and other trigger foods, so I didn't feel deprived while eliminating inflammatory foods like gluten, dairy, soy, added sugar, and onions (among others) from my diet. 

I also discovered that my calling in life, or dharma, is to help other busy women (like you!) who have stress, digestive issues, pain, sleep, self-doubt, or other issues ditch the drama and confusion and finally feel vibrant too.

Through all these slow, sustainable changes, I was not only able to gain a balance I never thought possible, but I also shed extra weight, built strength, increased flexibility, reduced my overall pain and digestive issues, learned to understand my body, and came to love myself just as I was at every phase of my journey.

I want to help you spend less time feeling stuck by your stress, pain, and overwhelm, so you can live your best life too.

Are you ready?

 
 
 
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Education:

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  • Reiki Master Teacher, Usui Method via Master Joanne Brohmer

  • Registered Yoga Teacher via Peacebank Yoga Studio, Yoga Alliance RYT 200

  • Holistic Nutritionist In-Training (CTNC), Institute of Transformational Nutrition

  • University of Chicago, M.A. Humanities; emphasis in English, curriculum design

  • Carleton College, B.A. English

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"Emily's grounded, real, adorably funny, super knowledgeable, and cheerful in her heart. I had such a well-rounded experience and felt so safe expressing myself and accessing my emotional body... thanks to Emily!"

- Amy Rogg, 32-year-old world traveler & yoga teacher who loves weaving comedy improv into her classes!

 

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Sustainable Self-Care (Without the Overwhelm):

Discover Your Deeper Motivation, Self-Advocate with Confidence & Build the Routine You Love in 8 Weeks

Tired of feeling drained and stressed because you never seem to have time for yourself?

Feeling like you SHOULD workout in the AM, drink green juice, or meditate for an hour daily…but never want to?

If you’re ready to finally understand what your body is telling you and have a go-to self-care routine that works, then this program is for you.

After 8 weeks, you’ll:

  • Discover your deeper motivation, so your new habits last

  • Understand your needs and how to advocate for yourself with confidence

  • Repurpose just 15-20 minutes of your day to make time for self-care

  • Build a sustainable self-care routine you LOVE and can adapt to fit your mood, needs, and schedule (without overhauling your life).

This program has everything you need to feel confident about when and how to support your mind, body, and spirit. 

Ready to transform your relationship with your mind, body, and spirit and live your most balanced life?

 
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"Emily is a compassionate, intuitive and creative practitioner. She is prepared to meet you where you're at and guide you to where you want to be using a supportive and judgment-free environment. She is a jack of all trades when it comes to personal development and does not back away from a challenge. I cannot recommend her enough!"

– Paige Gibbons, 30-year-old podcast co-host of "The Uterus & The Duderus" and dark-humor-loving endometriosis & fibro warrior

 
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