People You Should Know…

I truly value the connections I have made with other small business owners over the years. This page is a compilation of these wonderful professionals that I have personally worked with or alongside. They are all unique in their fields and are working to advance the way their clients view their prospective industries.

I feel so fortunate to know these experts; I completely respect and appreciate them sharing their knowledge with me and all their clients.

Natalie Joffe- Nutrition Coach 


Natalie Joffe is a Certified Nutrition Coach and Body Trust Provider® based out of Seattle, Washington. She is dedicated to helping her clients let go of dieting and create positive and sustainable relationships with food and body.  If you’re tired of “falling off the wagon,” feeling guilt and preoccupation around food, feeling like you know what to do but struggle with the how part, or are struggling with body image, Natalie is a perfect resource.  You can learn more about her work on her website or Yelp. She offers free consultations if you’re interested in learning more!


Dr. Ellie Somers- Doctor of Physical Therapy


“I believe being medicalized is not what truly gets a person better and that pulling people from the activities they love is often unnecessary and does not foster recovery.  I believe in the power of movement as medicine and I will admit that I have a terrible case of optimism when it comes to a person’s recovery from pain or injury.  I believe in the healing powers of the body. My hope is to spread that awe in more ways than one.”

She has been practicing physical therapy for 10 years with an expertise in pain management and a unique, biopsychosocial approach to treatment. She is changing the way people view not only physical therapy, but themselves.


Dr. Bryan Gregory- Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine 


Dr. Gregory is a Certified Chiropractic Wellness Practitioner (CCWP) and a member of the ICA Council on Wellness Science. CCWP focuses on creating sustainable lifestyle changes allowing optimum health to be expressed. Dr. Gregory continues to study the latest research and attends seminars on the neurology of the spine, nutrition, exercise, and the mind-body connection.


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