Mentor. Advocate. Author.
Lover of food, compassionate communication and clear boundaries, I lean towards curating a fulfilling life with beautiful relationships. I am energized by human connection and can rarely slip away from a good conversation.
Mama Mentor at MyKindOfMama.com
I help families transform their days from an endless cycle of drudgery to an opportunity to experience profound growth and transformation.
I work closely with parents and hear their struggles and help reflect the honesty they need to hear about the patterns and cycles they have found themselves in so they can seek to make the changes within themselves.
I am a guide, but the transformation comes from within as I empower people not to need anyone but themselves.
Women Empowered Instructor at Gracie University HQ
A physical practice that helps you find self-love, boundary-setting and builds your confidence that you can take into every aspect of your life.
It's amazing for people healing from trauma, who have challenges navigating toxic environments, and for anyone who lives in fear of the realities of daily life.
You can bring all of these tools back to the struggles you have at home and use the knowledge and techniques of leverage and timing to masterfully dance through life's toughest moments.
Children's Book Author to the world's first ever jiu-jitsu kids picture book.
Kip and the Magical Belt is the heartwarming journey of a young boy having difficulty at school. Lacking courage and the tools he needs to defend himself, he gets targeted by the school bully. Kip finds the help he needs in the most unexpected family heirloom, and with hard work and discipline, he builds his physical skills and confidence. Kip and the Magical Belt will leave you wondering if the magic is really in the belt or in yourself.
Bringing the core message to kids -- that they have the power within them to do what moves them as well as empowering them to defend themselves.
My hope is that families use this book as a tool to discuss difficult topics while connecting with their children and building confidence. Double win.
“Being healthy isn't just about what you're eating, it's about what you're thinking and saying, even to yourself.”