Hi, I’m Sabrina.  Normal human. Wife, mom of 2 amazing little girls, pet owner, home cook, house cleaner and kisser of boo boo’s. But that’s not all…I am also a certified holistic nutritionist and personal trainer that specilazes in behavior change and corrective exercise. And will all that goodness, I get to help people and change lives!

It’s always been my passion to help people and this is the way I get to impact lives. By teaching women who have been unsuccessful at dieting (like myself) finally create a healthy relationship with food, love their bodies and live their lives happier after years of struggling and feeling hopeless. 

I teach women just like you, how to put down the dieting behavior that just never served them in the way they were told it would AND show them how to really do it, BUT do it for life. I am ALL about sustainability and maintainabiliy. No 30, 60 or 90 day programs here.

I teach you how your body works so that you can know how to eat while living a REAL life plus discovering how to find exercise you actually love ALL while understanding (and learning) how managing your mind is the most important piece of the sustainability puzzle. Because…if you have dieted as long as I did, then you know that voice in your head really well…that one that can talk your out of doing anything you really want to do. 😉 Well, we tackle that too!

I really LOVE what I get to do. 🙂  But I wasn’t always this woman you see before you. I spent a lot of my precious life wasting it on obessesing over learning every new fad diet that came out, what food to eat to be a certain size and worshipping a number on the scale that only kept going up and down. I was way too focused on a dumb jean size, and whether I had thigh gap or not.  I eventually came to the conclusion that I wanted more out of life but I also wanted to feel good being me too.

We are more than our weight, we are NOT to be shoved in a box dieting and eating food that we really hate while trying SO hard to do what everyone else who is “skinny” does while feeling completely miserable all day long.  What kind of life is that? And what are we teaching our kids? We both have so much potential and that doesn’t include feeling tired from the latest diet while spending countless times cleaning out our pantries to start YET again, another latest and greatest diet.

And yes, we have goals for our life but that doesn’t mean we have to wait for the scale to read 115 (or 175 ) BEFORE we can BEGIN to live our best life. Heck no! Life is too short to not enjoy it. And why not enjoy it in the body you have been given. Even if you feel it is not perfect like the cover of whatever magazine. You are still of highest value and highly worthy of love and ALL the things life has to offer. PERIOD! No but’s. 

We all deserve to be loved and love…just as we are. We have a special way of living life, parenting our children (or not if you don’t have them 😉 ), the work we do, being in a relationship and taking care of yourself and in a way that is different from everyone else. You are not airbrushed. You are not fake. You are amazing. You are unique.

So WHY do we keep trying to diet and starve ourselves (physically and mentally) into unrealistic expectations, over exercise ourselves when we hate every minute of it. Why do we try so hard to be someone else? BECAUSE we have been told that if we are a certain size or look a certain way, than we will be happy. We will be loved and desired. But are you?

I wasn’t. I was miserable with a capitol M! I can’t get back the years that I spent dieting, obessing over every single calorie, exercising A LOT even when I was almost passing out AND failing over and over and over again and that is ok. I learnt a lot from the 15 years of my life I struggled with food. Not knowing what to eat or how to eat or what food really was. I even struggled with being present in my relationships because I was so worried about how my body looked and about eating food around others because I thought I would be judged. And I never was happy EVER with what i saw in the mirror. Not even when I was a size 2.

I had zero confidence and I always hid myself in layers of clothing so people would’nt see all my fat. And of course, every morning (sometimes more) I would obsess over the scale…it was horrible.

I wasn’t really living my life, I was tolerating my life and for some reason, I was waiting for the scale to be a certain number before I would allow myself to do anything I wanted to do. Like live my life. I thought I wasn’t good enough. I thought I wasn’t worthy of happiness or the things I really wanted ALL because of how I looked and the damn size of my stupid jeans. Dieting created a wonderful binge eating problem for me but thought it was “normal” because that is what living life on a diet is like. You go on it, lose weight, gain weight hate the food, and have cheat meals and days where you eat ALL the things but that isn’t what life should really be like.

That isn’t what life is like for me now. And if that is you…it can be different for you too. You CAN feel normal around food. I promise!

I really do know what it feels like to be in your shoes. It is beyond frustrating, and it can feel so hopeless and lonely. But you aren’t. Not even close. I never thought that I would be able to live my life without obsessing over my weight or what I saw in the mirror EVERYDAY or that I could feel genuinely happy and at peace with myself AS I AM.

I thought I had to be at a certain weight first. But to tell you the truth, especially after so much struggle that I faced.  I NEVER thought I would be able to feel in control over my eating (like OMGosh, NEVER) and totally NOT eating a whole bag of chips (or being tempted even). Never thought I would say no to dessert (and really meaning it) nor, make it through the holidays without gaining a ton of weight and eating ALL the things.

I always thought I would have to live my life hiding my binges and being chained to my fitness pal versus enjoying conversations. I always thought this struggle was just “my luck of the draw” in this life and that I had to just get used to it. That I had to settle for how it was. F THAT!

I promise you, you really can create a better relationship with your body. The kind of relationship where you want to connect with yourself, care for yourself INSTEAD of beating yourself up all because you don’t like what you see in the mirror. You CAN create a healthy relationship with food instead of feeling like food is in control and you are just along for the ride. And of course, you CAN feel empowered versus out of control and feeling like you are at the affect of everything around you.

It’s all possible.

You CAN finally enjoy being YOU and love the mirror image you see ALL without the conditions of a certain size or weight on the scale to create that feeling for you. That is FREEDOM my friend!

And at the end of the day, why do you want to diet anyway? Do you love deprivation? Feeling hungry? Battling with yourself daily? Why do you want to lose the weight? What do you gain from that weight being gone that you can’t have right now today? Why do you feel it is soooo neccesary to look a certain way? These are questions you need to ask yourself. What have you been fighting so hard for?

Does it help you to be a better person? Better at your job? Better wife, mom or daughter? Does it end your inner struggle?

No. The answer is no. Because even if you got to that size in your head today, you would still be in the same place. If you don’t fix the root issue than you will keep ending right back here. So why not just fix that instead. This is where women fail. Why they keep dieting and that is what holds you back my friend.

So what are you waiting for? Do what you have never done before and come work one on one with me. I really am awesome 😉 lol  BUT not because of my struggle, or my story, or my credentials, OR even becasue of the success stories of others BUT because I am a real person, very passionate about helping transform the lives of women struggling AND because I KNOW you are capable.

You just need to trust in your capability too.

Just to win you over…here are 5 fun facts you might NOT know about me … 🙂 

  1. I LOVE music…my most favorite genre is rock, the Deftones specifically. Tool. STP. APC. So many plus I love to sing. 
  2. I love my coffee and I drink it daily (see, very real person).
  3. I only read self-help and personal development books.
  4. I have a love affair with designer handbags. Kate Spade = YES.
  5. I hate to wear socks. Yes, even in winter but I have to so…

If you are interested in learning more about how I can help you then just Click here to book your one on one session with me. It’s free time together. 

But before you go, if you aren’t ready to do the work and get down to it, and that is totally OK if you just aren’t ready..but at least follow me on social media or go check out my podcast called The Nourished For Life Podcast and get the support you need. My podast is on 9 different platforms so anyone can find it by searching it up on whatever platform makes you smile. I personally love apple podcast.

And please don’t be shy, especially if you need the help, send me a message…you can always catch me on Facebook and never be afraid to send me a private message and start a conversation. I don’t bite.