Nourished. Inside, To Out. 

What You're Here For

Those of us who are already here, get it: the working world is as fast paced and hard driven as ever. We work tirelessly at our jobs, sacrificing more than just time and money to make it in fast paced industries that we love and slave for SO much. 


Performers, technicians, musicians, managers, casting specialists, directors, choreographers, costume and set designers- I'm looking at you. I'm here with you, working hard for that seemingly fleeting moment of recognition for our efforts. 

Data analysts, business managers, restaurant servers, retail developers, financial advisors, school teachers, work from home mums- I'm looking at the special skill sets that you have honed and continue to reach past in order to bring the best to your workplace.

All of our hard work, the long hours, the travel, the takes a toll on us. Physically, mentally, emotionally, and what suffers the most? Better question: where do we even begin to explain?


The last thought we have as we look at our schedule for the next day is about food. In fact, I know food is the afterthought. I do the same thing almost EVERY time I go out on contract. I think "I'll figure it out when I get there." Then I get there...and I figure out I should have thought about it before I left. Has that ever happened to you? More than once, maybe? Don't worry, I'm on the same stage as you. Made the same mistakes. It doesn't always have to be that way.

Feeling fatigued? Wandering through the aisles of the mediocre gas station next to your hotel and just have no clue what snack will get you through your show day? Maybe your day is done and you don't want to miss out on hanging out with the cast, crew, or fellow co-workers; however, you don't want to upset your stomach either.

Do you feel like your sleep just isn't as restful as it could be? Do you notice more tedious stressors as you go through the motions of work, and wish the stress would just manage itself? Where did all the healthy habits go? Do I even bother getting them back? Can I actually wait until I get home before I figure out how the heck to manage my indigestion and stress? 

You may feel that you're at a loss overall because of your facility, schedule, and needing to be on budget. I want to help, and I know that we can get back on the right track again. It's SO simple and I will hold you, encourage you to feel what you're feeling, and show you how we can make it ok. We can make it better than ok! We're in this together.

It took me ages to figure it out. I'm still figuring it out!

Are you ready to figure it out, too? 

What You Gain

One To One Consultation

Sixty minutes of YOU. Why you're here, your goals, what your work/ home environment is like.

Your digestion, known allergies and intolerances, how you sleep, how you handle stress, mood swings, how you handle weather changes.

How you eat, what time you eat, who you eat with, what is available to you in terms of food preparation and storage facilities.

Your physical fitness. Your physical energy. 

What you need to bring to the table on a daily basis to be the best you can be for your job.