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Love. Serve. Empower.

Health: Self-care

LeAnn Austin

You are an expert at loving others ~ I’ll help you become an expert at loving yourself.

Lisa Salisbury

I help women to lose weight without counting and calculating their food. I teach you how to check in with your body, not a diet app. If you’ve chronically dieted in the past and are ready to stop obsessing about food and your body, let’s work together to get you in a natural, healthy eating habit. My motto: Eat Well – Think Well – Live Well!

Jody Long

I Specialize in coaching women who have busy brains, ADD, ADHD, or who simply feel like they don’t fit the typical LDS mold. I help women unlearn harmful conditioning and rebuild upon a firm foundation of tools, truth, and application. I teach simple, easy to apply methods that take you from where you are now to where you want to be.

Hyo North

I get it. Your spouse is into pornography. You’re thinking that the promises of joy and healing from the Atonement seems near impossible because of what your spouse is doing. I want you to know that it is possible! I help LDS women find clarity, peace, healing even when their spouse buffers with pornography.

Heidi Benjaminsen

I help mothers of teenagers build confidence and stay calm while their children ride their emotional rollercoaster.

Amy Elkins

I coach women who feel like there is more to themselves and to life, but they just can’t figure out what. I help work through confusion, disappointment, and self doubt to access your potential and see the opportunities you didn’t realize are right in front of you.

Jill Pack

I help women of faith as they navigate the different seasons of life.

Kayla Giles

I coach working moms who are ready to lose weight & find balance in their schedule.

Marcie McGee

I Guide the Experience of Success for my Client’s Personal and Professional Goals by Leveling up Their Relationships, Beliefs and Confidence

Davina Fear

Once upon a time there was a little girl who thought she was the awesomest. She beat the boys in foot races and put on plays with groups of friends for their parents, in which she was the star. Somewhere along the way she began to doubt herself. She got scared. While she did a lot of amazing things and got the accolades of the world… Inside, she was her own favorite punching bag. She kind of feel asleep to her awesomeness. One day she woke up in her 40s and realized it was time to both love and adore herself AND recapture the fiercely, unapologetic, awesome Warrior in that little girl… With the aded benefit of decades of wisdom. If you’re ready to: •Break the rules your brain has been living by
•Recapture your confidence
•Embrace your awesomeness
•Love yourself and others like you never have before
•Move your dreams from night into the light of everyday living
•Be more fierce and less fearful
•More daring and less doubting…
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