Session: Movement, Mindset & Nutrition

It's easy to become overwhelmed with life, work, and motherhood. It's easy to put yourself last. Finding the time (or energy) for necessary self-care practices, including healthy eating and exercise, can feel like another thing on your never-ending to-do list. You may even feel guilty about taking time away from family to schedule "you" time. 


Let's change our perspectives about nutrition and fitness. It doesn't have to be black or white; you're either "on plan" and rocking it or "off plan" feeling awful. Nutrition and fitness can and should change with your season of life. In this workshop, Stephanie will help you determine your "big rocks" with nutrition and fitness. You'll create a realistic, actionable game plan that will put you on a path towards creating sustainable habits. You'll walk away feeling encouraged and empowered to take care of your mind, body, and spirit. Because everyone knows, if mama ain't happy, ain't nobody happy.

About Stephanie:

I'm a registered dietitian with a master's in nutrition, specializing in prenatal/postnatal nutrition. I work with women who are trying to conceive, pregnant, and postpartum virtually through my private practice, Rock Your Hormones. I co-created an online pregnancy program called Healthy Mama, Happy Baby with the Whole30. I also have a podcast called Real Food Mamas. Helping mamas feel their best mentally and physically throughout this important life transition fills me with uncontrollable joy. I'm all for educating, empowering, and inspiring mamas throughout this incredible journey.


When I'm not working, I enjoy leisure walks listening to podcasts, road cycling, practicing hot yoga, and spending time with my crazy little humans. I'm a mom of two active boys named Otto (3) and Leo (1). My husband is in the military, so life is full of unknowns. We like it that way. We're currently enjoying our time in San Diego and look forward to the journey ahead! 

What does STRONG mean to you?

Being strong means being resilient. It's the ability to handle natural ups and downs of life with grace and patience. Understanding that things are temporary and that "this too shall pass." Bravely accepting that "everything is figureoutable," a quote from Marie Forleo that I absolutely love and standby.

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