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Hi, I'm Jenna!

I help busy women make room in their lives for fitness, nutrition, and community!

Seeing mamas get their energy, spark, and zest for life back is my passion. Being a mom doesn't mean you have to lose you (if she's lost don't worry), we'll find her together. I help empower women to lead their best life. 

Why am I so passionate?

Because, becoming a mom was one of the hardest things I have ever done. I went from living a life I knew how to lead, working full-time, being married, having lots of friends and family around to now being responsible for this little human being...ALL.THE.TIME. There is no play book when it becomes to being a mom, but I knew I wanted to be the best mom.

I wanted to be the mom that I saw on everyone's social media feeds, perfect house, adorably dressed kiddos, lots of date nights with the hubby, all while still trying to lead the life I lead before. I thought I was doing OK, until I wasn't. About a year after my first son was born I felt completely lost. I didn't know who I was. I had lost all balance in my life. 

I went to my doctor thinking I just needed some medication to get me through a tough time, but that spiraled me out of control. Luckily, I was able to navigate my way out, but it took hard work and time to get to a place of health. Along the way, I realized that no one was asking about the "whole" me. About my sleep, my nutrition, my social life, my spiritual life, my stress levels, and that's what led me to become a holistic health coach. We are all multi-dimensional human beings and we need to be treated that way.

Am I perfect? No, but I do feel so much more balanced and "ready" to take on motherhood? Yes! I want to help other women do the same. We live in a society that seems to never talk about the real struggles in motherhood. Let's break that stigma and create the best lives and versions of ourselves together.


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“Don’t be the girl who fell. Be the girl who got back up.” - Jenette Stanley

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