I offer neuroscience-based courses, online programs, and virtual yoga classes to cultivate more ease in every day life.

The wealth of knowledge, creativity, and intelligence that lies in the cells of our brilliant human bodies is hard to fathom.  Each of us is made up of 50-70 trillion cells. We lose and create 25 million cells/second without even thinking about it. Our individual heart beats over 2 gallons of blood per minute and moves through 60,000 miles of blood vessels. 

I call this our internal intelligence.  What would happen if we were able to connect to that on a regular basis?

That's where I come in.


Do you ever feel like life is moving at a million miles per hour? How long has it been since you’ve felt a nourishing relationship with your own brilliant body?

Many of us are so caught up in strategizing, planning, prepping, and anticipating what’s coming next that we aren’t present for the lives that we’ve already created. We are always looking for the next best thing and we don’t take the time to enjoy where we are at.

I’m not here to help you do more. I’m here to help you shift your perspective so that you can show up to what you’ve already created. I’m here to help you slow down, find balance, and experience deep satisfaction within the life you’ve worked so hard to build To give you tools to pay attention to the rhythms of your environment and your body so that you can live a more present, aligned, creative life.

I’m here to help you uncover more ease.


The Science & Magic curriculum uses neuroscience, meditation, and yoga as  tangible tools to increase stress resiliency, evoke ease, and cultivate more intuition in every day life. Offered in a variety of different formats (virtual, 1:1, subscription), the Science & Magic formula educates and empowers participants by offering the thought provoking neuroscience behind how our perspective influences our reality

Where does magic come in? Magic is ‘the power of apparently influencing the course of events by using mysterious or supernatural forces.’ While it’s important to understand science, I believe it’s even more important to maintain a sense of reverence for what we don’t know. I’m a brain geek who deeply honors the inherent mystery, intelligence, and magic that lies within our brilliant nervous system.

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Those who engage with this curriculum ultimately learn how to connect to their own unique internal intelligence, so they can move through life more in alignment with who they are.  

My ultimate vision is for each of us to feel empowered, and courageous, and at ease within our bodies and our daily lives. 


When is the last time you experienced a delicious moment? Had a scrumptious conversation? Felt a satiating connection with your own body? Our gorgeous human bodies have so much to offer us!

Utilizing the vibrant nature of our five senses, I’ve created a series of private parties that elevate our connection with ourselves, each other, and the earth.

Live Deliciously offers private parties for bachelorette parties, bridal showers, birthday parties, and retreats in the Twin Cities, Minnesota


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My love for the human body began during my college career where I graduated with a B.S. in neuroscience and a minor in dance. 

Since then, I have become an impassioned advocate for nurturing  presence, radiance, and vitality in every day life.  I adore new places, abundant relationships, life giving food, holistic health care, beautiful words, and the mystery of the human body.

I'm also a brain geek.  In addition to my college background in neuroscience, I graduated from the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration in 2017, where I focused on the integral relationship between connective tissue and the nervous system. 

Through formal education, independent studies, hands-on work with clients, and over a decade of teaching yoga and dance, I have a deep understanding of the profound effects that our thoughts and emotions have on our chemistry and our lives.  I have experienced the detrimental effects of living in a state of chronic stress in my own life, and am passionate about guiding people towards discovering their own unique paths towards homeostasis, or balance.