Hi babe, I'm V! ♡
A visionary, eternal optimist, world traveller, multi-passionate, avocado obsessed.
Holistic Nutritionist; Vision Alignment Coach + Mentor; multi-passionate entrepreneur.
I get the feeling I know you pretty well already. Because like me,
You're the eternal optimist. You're the visionary.
The one who at school didn’t dream of following in the career footsteps of their predecessors, but wanted to be a million, no, billionaire. You’ve always had this inner knowing you’re meant for big things, and you’re not ready to give up that idea, regardless of how many people call you a dreamer (in a condescending way… but your positive personality just takes it on board as a complement, because – it is, duh). You’ve always wanted these things because you knew you were meant for them, and you get so excited and emotional imagining the impact you will make on the world, the people you will help, and how you will spoil your family. You are totally okay with the task of saving the world – in whatever context lights you up most. And you are SO NOT one for excuses, you try to be as self-aware as you can be, and you’re totally okay with someone just saying it like it is to you (if you know it’ll help you grow).
And right now, you ended up here on my page because, just like me many moons ago, you are ready to step the eff up and finally get to work on creating some real magic in your life.
I totally get you babe,
because your story was like my story (read more about that below). And I remember feeling like I may never fit in. Like maybe I was just being totally unrealistic, and listening to the Secret over and over again, practicing the Law of Attraction in hopes the right opportunity would come along and change my life. And the moment I was truly ready (like you are right now), it hit me.
You could pretty much sum it up that I went from an average chickadee to literally living every dream I have ever imagined for myself
(with many more amazing things to come - this is only the beginning).
It took belief in myself. It took courage. And it took being willing to change everything in my life.
Which I totally did. I changed it all. And I never looked back.
Now, you ask?
I use my visionary mindset, unshakable belief, and infectious positivity to be that someone, that something, that catalyst,
to change err'thing in the lives of fellow visionaries, just like you.
Certifications, Degrees + Professional development
Insight into a few of the many certifications and professional development I have invested in, to better serve you – all in over a decade of working in the health & wellness industry, six years as a self employed business entrepreneur and creator of my reality, and five+ years coaching amazing souls globally to re-ignite their visions and start totally crushin’ on life again!
#IKnowMyShit #DidIReallyJustSayThat #Yes #YesIDid #BecauseIDo #PraiseHandEmoji
- Holistic Nutritionist (and to get all fancy on ya… Bachelor of Science with a double major in Human Nutrition, and Sport & Exercise Science)
- Coaching certification
- Level II Reiki energy healer
- EFT tapping training
- 200+ hour Yoga Teacher (in the motherland, India)
- Multiple Tony Robbins events + courses (totally effed my shit up and rebuilt positive beliefs)
- 4+ professional development business and health events per year for minimum 6 years
- Property consultant via professional property investment course + mentorship (RichDad – Robert Kiyosaki event)
- Business mentor within my online biz for 6+ years
- Self taught and huge interest in aspects of Myer-Briggs Type Indicator, Human Design Type, and other such things that support me working with my clients in the most ideal and aligned way
- Studied thousands of personal development, mindset, financial, and business books (err’day)
- Killer self believe and unshakeable optimism about what is possible for all of our lives
- Boss babe badass who’s totally been creating an epic life for herself since the day she decided enough is enough (my most proud achievement)
- … the list goes on but I know you’re already like #wow and I’m all #YouCanDoItToo I’m just an average babe who couldn’t stand the thought of settling that way, so one convo and book at a time, I made my way here #LookAtMeNow #TimeToGiveBack
Here’s a bit of my story…
I've always been a bit of a dreamer.
Wild crazy visions of all the wonderful things I could do with my life have always drifted through my mind whether I was consciously designing goals for myself, or an idea was sparked simply by admiring the world around me. [Semi-side note: Road trips and showers seem to be where I have my main inspo moments… it’s like a channel to everything I’m capable of seems to open up… surely I’m not the only one?! haha 😅]. And ever since I started talking to others about their goals, I’ve noticed I can clearly see these images for them as well, which is why if you ever see me with a client I get so excited because I know with certainty what they are capable of, and it excites me so much when they are ready and open to align with that aspect of themselves and start living it up large.
And ever since I started talking to others about their goals, I’ve noticed I can clearly see these images for them as well, which is why if you ever see me with a client I get so excited because I know with certainty what they are capable of, and it excites me so much when they are ready and open to align with that aspect of themselves and start living it up large.
Looking back, I am so flipping proud of how I managed to align myself with the best version of myself [although always a work in progress].
Just over 6 years ago I was a very very not-so-hot mess.
You see, it was then that the grief of losing my Dad to cancer was peaking, and it was coming out in incredibly self-destructing ways. In the 5 years that followed me losing my Dad – my mum, two sisters and I moved across the world from Canada to New Zealand (side note: I had just completed my last year of high school at my 13th school – we moved A LOT. Germany, Canada, America, and New Zealand being my main “homes”). I sabotaged my relationships with my family and close friends [which are now restored and better than ever], and self-sabotaged myself even more [and you better believe me and myself have a pretty deep connection going on now]. Even though I would have never admitted it at the time, I was hurting so bad I honestly didn’t think I had the strength to keep on living. My heart physically ached. My mind lost its wonder. All I wanted to do was find something to fill in the gaps I felt in my life #drugssexrockandroll. I couldn’t come to grips with why I had lost my funny, vibrant and health conscious father to a disease I thought only impacted smokers.
About 1 year after my Dad passed away (2006-7ish) I started having occurrences where the topic of nutrition kept coming up and I started to learn about how different our world is than it once was, and why seemingly healthy people are still impacted by terrible diseases, and how we can all radically reduce our chances of these diseases by taking care of the way we live our life now. I had to know more and I had to share it with the world. Suddenly my pain turned into a passion, and it took me all the way through a BSc (and for someone who sucked at school science I just have to pause for a moment here and high-5 myself, damn I did good).
After finishing study at the end of 2011 and feeling like I was literally about to step into the world and save anyone from ever getting another degenerative disease (still a goal by the way, totally believe it’s possible with all the amazing passionate people raising awareness about health in the world), and having finally had the courage to seek help for the grief I had been feeling, I was a whole new person.
2012 greeted me with open arms, my newish bf at my side (who I had met at the end of 2010, and, spoiler alert, who is now my amazing, loving, best-cook-ever hubby), I was then hit with my next big challenge. How to actually ENJOY LIFE now that you have this incredible vibrant health. And that’s when the floodgates opened up again,
I started to dream again,
and I started to see visions for what all of the people I connected with could do (and can I just say, HOLYMOLYGUACAMOLE our world is in for so much goodness).
I had become strong enough by this stage to have to courage to follow my goals, and it’s been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.
I’m a proud dreamer. I am a true visionary. And let me leave you with a piece of advice. If you’ve imagined something crazy amazing for yourself, it’s possible. Otherwise it would not have been possible for you to come up with those thoughts in the first place. Believe in yourself. Align with your vision. Find your support crew.
And never give up on your dreams.
Peace out. A town. x