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What is Holistic Health?


As a toddler mom, you know that life can feel chaotic and overwhelming.


Holistic Health offers a solution that recognizes the importance of taking care of your whole self - mind, body, and spirit - to achieve true wellness.


It's not just about eating right or exercising, but also about finding balance in all areas of your life, including your physical, mental, emotional, social, and intellectual well-being.


Finding this balance can be a challenge, but it's essential for living a happy life, both for yourself and your family.


With Holistic Health, you'll discover new ways to care for yourself and find inspiration to create a fulfilling life for you and your loved ones.

I've organized Holistic Health into the following seven waypoints:

As you navigate through the challenges and obstacles of daily life,

the Waypoints provide a sense of direction and purpose,

helping you stay on track and maintain momentum toward your goals.


By embracing the Waypoints and their holistic approach,

you can create a roadmap to a healthier, happier, and more fulfilling life. 

Fun Outdoors


As a mom of a toddler, balancing your life can be a challenge, but it's the key to living a healthy life. That's why I take a holistic approach to your health, considering everything from your sleep, energy levels, and emotions to your appetite, libido, and more. With my unique Chinese Medicine pattern evaluation, we can identify the root causes of your symptoms and imbalances.


By combining Western and Eastern Medicine resources, we'll work together to help you achieve optimal health and wellness.

Topics discussed:

  • The morning routine

  • The afternoon check-in

  • The evening routine or sleep hygiene

  • Other daily routines that work for you

  • Decision fatigue

  • Good and bad habits

  • Rituals that makeup routines

  • Daily, weekly, and monthly self check-ins

  • Quality of sleep

  • Stress, depression, anxiety

  • Coping mechanisms

  • The immune system

  • Other body systems (cardiovascular, respiratory, lymphatic, etc.)

  • The menstrual cycle 

  • Organization (of the house, rooms, technology, mind, etc.)

  • And more! 

Physical Activity


As a busy mom with little ones, finding time to exercise may seem impossible. But getting active doesn't have to be a chore. Incorporating activities like yoga, walking, and strength building into your daily routine can help you stay healthy and feel great.


Even simple tasks like carrying groceries or playing with your kids can be opportunities to get moving, build strength, and alleviate anxiety.


And don't forget about the power of play! Playing with your children helps them develop and can be a fun and effective way to stay active.


Let me show you how to make physical activity a natural part of your daily life, so you can feel strong and energized while keeping up with the demands of motherhood.

Woman Preparing Food



This category is extensive and will include topics such as: 

  • The digestive system

  • Meal prep

  • Grocery shopping

  • Reading labels

  • Recipes

  • Balancing macronutrients (proteins, fats, carbohydrates)

  • Portion sizes

  • Supplements/herbs

  • Healthy eating habits

  • Burning carbs versus fats

  • Hydration

  • Nutrition-related health conditions

  • Tongue diagnosis

  • Feeding your children and partner

  • Kitchen makeovers

  • Dietary restrictions

  • Food sensitivities

  • Understanding what your poop is telling you!

  • Foods to avoid and to consume based on your Chinese medicine pattern

  • And more

Physical Activty


Anxiety can be a common experience for many moms with young children, but mindfulness can help.


It's not just for Buddhist monks or those rare few who can clear their minds.

Being mindful is more about being aware than stopping your brain from thinking. The mind is meant to throw signals around and stay occupied, but this can often overwhelm us.

By practicing mindfulness and redirecting your focus, you can learn to observe your thoughts with curiosity, compassion, and non-judgment.


Over time, your mind can become naturally calm and less prone to anxiety.

In my program, we'll explore various techniques to help you integrate mindfulness into your daily life as a mom with a toddler.


From mindful daily tasks such as cooking, eating, and walking to meditation, body scans, breathwork, nature basking, journaling, and more, I'll guide you toward a calmer, more centered state of being.

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As a busy mom with a little one, prioritizing your health and wellness can often feel like a luxury you can't afford. However, taking care of your body from the inside-out and outside-in can create a radiant shine that leaves you feeling rejuvenated and refreshed.


While practicing holistic health can help nourish your body from the inside, taking care of your external body and face is just as important.


By incorporating a simple daily and weekly radiance ritual, you can reduce tension and anxiety while rejuvenating your entire body - making you look and feel your best as you navigate the challenges of motherhood.


With just a few minutes of self-care each day, you can achieve a glowing and refreshed look that matches the beauty you already possess.

Give your skin extra love with these covered topics:

  • Cleansing & moisturizing rituals for the face and body

  • Gua Sha for face and body

  • Dry brushing for the entire body

  • Oil pulling for oral health and teeth whitening

  • Home facial routines

  • DIY hair masks

  • Organic products

  • Facial Acupressure points

  • And more




As a mom with a little one, taking care of your own health and wellness is crucial to be able to care for your toddler and family better.


Giving care to others is remarkable, but it can also be overwhelming and lead to anxiety.

That's why practicing self-care is essential for your recovery, relaxation, stress reduction, and overall health.


I aim to guide you toward regular practices that will leave you feeling rejuvenated, calm, and confident in providing care to your toddler and family.


Discover your full potential with the energy and strength needed to tackle the challenges of motherhood.

Topics covered include:

  • Earseeds & auricular therapy

  • Acupressure

  • Cupping & Gua Sha

  • Aromatherapy

  • Massage

  • Protocols for various health conditions

  • Infant & toddler care

  • Natural remedies

  • A date with yourself

  • And more

Enjoying the View


Whether you're taking a trip across the world or just exploring your local park, travel can be a wonderful way to broaden your horizons and experience new cultures. As part of my Holistic Health practice, I believe that travel can enhance your overall well-being.


By exploring new perspectives and trying different cuisines, you can better understand the world around you and promote a healthier mind and body.

This category will cover a wide area, such as:

  • History of ancient medicines (Chinese, Ayurvedic, etc.)

  • Different cultural nutrition in connection to health

  • Traveling with a toddler (tips, stories, adjustments)

  • Maintaining your routines while traveling

  • Preparing for travel

  • And more

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