When we take care of our brain, we take care of our body.

When we master our mind and align our actions, our body becomes our reliable vehicle for getting us through life well.  We live with purpose, passion, and an essential power mentally & physically.

It's time to redefine the terms of self-care to be about reducing chronic stress to improve mood, energy, focus, creativity, productivity, & physical satisfaction.  In doing so, we wind up losing unwanted weight, preventing heart disease, decreasing mental illness, and improving overall daily health.  

When we reduce chronic stress, we give our brain and body the edge on better performance in our work, athletics, and relationships. With reduced stress, we naturally enhance physical and mental performance. We establish a sense of healthy control.  We make "it" happen better: reach our goals, communicate effectively, engage fully. Performance and wellness go hand-in-hand. Brain and Body Optimization is the key to unlocking your potential.

So, then, what is Brain & Body Optimization (B2O)? 

It's the practical, evidence-based approach to a truly holistic wellness lifestyle.  It's the "new normal" of self-care that protects, preserves, and promotes your greatest assets.  With B2O strategies, you not only have a healthier brain & body, but you also develop the clarity, commitment, confidence, and calm you need to perform best in all of your life roles.

How do we Optimize? 

Using my B2O strategies that fall into these categories: mindset, movement, restoration, and nutritional psychology, we curate the steps to align with your needs and interests.  Coaching for individuals. Consults for companies. 

What makes B2O different than other stress-management, performance, or wellness programs?  

Because I trust that you have already heard about the importance of exercise, breathing, and work:life balance, B2O strategies give you new information and techniques that are easy-to-implement with great impact.  My strategies bridge together evidence-based clinical practices with research-driven performance techniques and medical findings.