I was born and raised in Germany, had a very unique and often challenging upbringing in a small village.
I knew as a little girl that I wanted to heal people, so I earned my first degree in Physiotherapy (a hybrid degree of physical therapy, massage, chiropractic, and athletic training).
I worked in this field for about a year, and then fell in love with the quarterback of the football team I was working for.
So I followed my heart and Intuition and immigrated to the states at age 23.
When my degree was not transferred, I started to do full time what I had done throughout University; Coaching fitness and nutrition, working as a holistic personal trainer and group fitness teacher.
After we moved to Charleston, SC, in 2004, I chose to believe my fears that I also needed an American college degree to be ‘taken seriously’.
I graduated with honors from the college of Charleston in 2007 with a BS in Health education and a splash of Psychology.
I grew my business as a health and fitness coach, and I made a great little fitness bunny (this is me attempting to be sarcastic).
I was married to a handsome man, had a big following of clients, and on paper all looked as though life was grand.