I believe that when we make our health & wellness a priority, we will perform better in our careers, be more engaged & happy in our relationships and with our families, and we will learn the value of caring for ourselves.
We will thrive.
In the fall of 2012, I had a wake up call that came in the form of a positive pregnancy test. After I pulled myself off of the floor of my bathroom (burry eyed from panic and tears) and the reality of what was happening set in, it occurred to me that if I wanted to healthfully bring a child into this world I had better do some work on myself.
After years of being in a toxic relationship with food & exercise (and myself), struggling with workaholism and perfectionism, and lacking self-worth, I'm devoted to supporting other smart, driven, high performing women and men in prioritizing their wellness, so they can rise to the next level.
The real magic happens when we look beyond nutrition and exercise and delve deep into the things that truly effect our health (think:stress, sleep, relationships, joy).
While working with CEO's and VP's all the way to entrepreneurs and rising stars, leading retreats & workshops, and growing my business over the past few years, I’ve seen the same thing again and again: When we are willing to peel the curtain back and take a hard look at what needs to change, really good stuff happens for us and as a result for our workplace, communities and families too.
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A new revolution of health and wellness is asking us to question our habits, mindset and self-care. It is calling us to take a hard look at ourselves so we can do the work required to be able to step more fully into our roles as leaders, changemakers, parents, lovers, and friends. It requires us to choose ourselves so that we can do the deep work in order to be our best and thrive.
As our health shifts, our perspective on life shifts too.
A bit on my background... (coming soon)
Kelly Travis positively impacts individuals and organizations through her speaking and work. She a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, where she earned her certification as a Holistic Health Coach and earned her Bachelor of Science in Public Health from Central Michigan University. Kelly also has an additional certification with Precision Nutrition in performance nutrition. Her passion for health and wellness started in college, where she was a collegiate All-American runner at UNC-Charlotte.
Kelly’s extensive background in sales, marketing and publishing in the competitive Las Vegas market allows her to seamlessly communicate with women, men and organizational teams on all levels to cultivate a sustainable healthy lifestyle that brings them joy and supports them to achieve big goals.