I help driven women connect to their bodily temple through nutrition, movement, emotional connection, and biblical empowerment.
The 90 day intensive program that will fast-track you into losing excess weight, gaining energy, and creating balance with cooking and eating habits.
We will be working intimately together through the practical and supernatural to prioritize your health, reclaim your energy, and shed extra weight.
This lifestyle approach is simple and sustainable.
You don't need to restrict yourself or fall into toxic diet patterns.
You will feel balanced and enjoy the confidence of a body in harmony
that supports your driven lifestyle.
WHAT CLIENTS SAY
"Ashley taught me SO MUCH about nutrition and how different foods and supplements treat or hurt/challenge our guts and health goals. She used multiple methods of teaching, including discussion, hands-on preparing and cooking foods, providing materials, and reinforcing the learning at the end and beginning of each session.
In addition to teaching about nutrition, she also coached and encouraged me as I became more mindful regarding balance in my life between taking care of my family, myself, and my work commitments. It was the combination of focus on both what I put into my body and on how I ‘treat’ myself in terms of my time and energy commitments that enabled the life-changing impacts. I had never really understood the mind/body connection, nor believed it was a major factor in my personal health challenges. I couldn’t have been more wrong.
Ashley artfully led me through stages of getting real with myself on how I was self-sabotaging; establishing vision for what I desperately wanted and needed to change; and then putting her teaching and coaching into action. I wasn’t always the easiest student; old habits of thinking are hard to break. Yet she patiently encouraged me without once making me or allowing me to feel shame.
I would recommend Ashley to everyone who is seeking better physical and/or emotional health; especially those who have tried other methods, diets, exercise, etc., only to fall back into old habits of thinking and doing."
— Susan, 51