My name is Natasia. I am excited that you are thinking about your health and wellness with HolLife Peace in mind.
The Wellness Journey is truly a daily and necessary one; but by no means is it easy!
As the founder of HolLife Peace, I do my best to provide resources to aide your unique journey. If you wound up on HolLife Peace, I believe you are here for a reason. If you find anything useful here, please let me know how HolLife Peace has helped you. I am also open to any suggestions or questions you may have related to HolLife Peace.
Service to you is important to me.
A little about me…
I am a child of God, a daughter, a sister, an aunt, a human with an incredible support system, and a lover of my large family (friends included). I am an Educator, Yoga Instructor, and Integrative Nutrition Health Coach.
I graduated from Franklin & Marshall College with a B.A. in Psychology. From there, I taught in charter schools, private schools, and as a private teacher. I now work combining my experiences in Education and the Health and Wellness Industries to provide high quality service to my community.
I am undergoing a Wellness Journey of my own. Over the last few years I have learned a lot about myself as my life went through a major overhaul. I talk about parts of my Journey in About the “L” Word, Measuring Personal Growth, On Going to Therapy, and Mindfulness and Meditation. In fact, all throughout The Wellness Blog you will find tidbits of information about my personal Journey as I share tips, insights, and practices for your own Journey. You can also follow me on social media (links below) for more content such as research-based Wellness articles, recipes and information from Registered Dieticians, gardening techniques, and fitness routines from personal trainers.
I look forward to hearing from you, hopefully as you decide to Book a Session.
Sending you loving light and wishes for peace, love, joy, and abundance.
“Seek patience and passion in equal amounts. Patience alone will not build the temple. Passion alone will destroy its walls.”
– Maya Angelou
May she rest peacefully.