Hi, I’m Danielle, but you can call meDani.
Do you feel overwhelmed & lost when it comes to nutrition & health?
Are you feeling stressed & out of balance?
Well, you’re in the right place.
As a Nutrition & Wellness Coach, I help amazing women, like yourself, reduce stress, find balance, & learn how to make lasting healthy changes in their lives. I am passionate about helping people live their best life through great health!
I know what it’s like to feel overwhelmed & confused about what’s good for your health. Every week the magazines at the checkout are telling us something different. What’s right for me? Is it all a gimmick or is it true?
I get it. I’ve been there. It’s extremely frustrating. I want you to know
It doesn’t have to be this hard!
With my guidance, you CAN make the healthy changes that you’ve been struggling to make for years. Together we’ll create a master step-by-step plan to get you back in the driver’s seat of your own life & health because you deserve to feel amazing & full of energy every single day!
It’s time to feel amazing again!
Every step of the way, I’ll be by your side helping you make the changes that are right for you & your lifestyle. I’ll be cheering you on, jumping up & down when you reach a goal, & pushing you when you need it the most.
I’ll be doing all of this with a big smile on my face because I know…
You deserve to feel balanced & stress-free!
You deserve to love your beautiful body!
You deserve to live a long, happy life without getting sick!
ON A PERSONAL NOTE…
I’m famous for my love of organizing & cleaning, mad soccer skills, quick-witted
I love my family & friends & have been known to throw a pretty wild games night. I love to cook & grow my own vegetables in my deck garden. I live life to the fullest each & every day because I’m “here for a good time, not a long time”!
I’ve been passionate about nutrition & health for as long as I can remember. I was always known for bringing healthy lunches to work or school. My close friends know me as the girl who brings quinoa salad to dinner parties (I’ve stopped doing that now… have to keep them on their toes).