About Dana

I’ve always loved change and transformation.  As a kid, I loved rearranging and organizing rooms in our home. As I got older and lost some weight, I fell in love with physical transformation which helped me gain some confidence. In my 20’s, I started focusing on self-help and I enjoyed learning more about myself.

Some of my favorite jobs were personal trainer, aerobics instructor and nutritional counselor.  So, as you can see, I love change. 

Even though I grew and changed some there was something still missing.  

My life was more like a rollercoaster. I didn’t know how to maintain my good healthier days.

My health was terrible. I experienced chronic pain for years. Which was disabling.

My soul was a mess. I believed I’d never be able live the life I dreamed of.

My heart hurt. I lived behind walls disconnected on many levels which made me feel totally alone.

My marriage fell apart. I was overwhelmed which led to total despair that anything could ever change.

My life was full of chaos. I was broken and felt totally alone.

Then one day…

Jesus stepped in and interrupted my life with one question. (Yes, one question can change the direction of your life.)

Do you want to get well? He asked.

Long story short, I said yes and for the next 2 years God put me through what I call His personal 2-year bootcamp. That was many years ago. Now, my greatest passion is helping others get well so that they can live well and thrive in life—spirit, soul, and body.

There is hope. Change is possible.

Change starts with me, and it starts with you.

Do you want to get well?  If I can, you can. You don’t have to do it alone. I can help you.

Oh, some fun facts about me?

I’m an east coast girl who slowly made her way across and settled for now on the west coast. I married a very funny man who makes me laugh. We have five children and four grandbabies, and our tribe keeps growing.

Dana’s Dream

To give hope to those who can only see destruction, those who believe the lie that there’s no hope. She desires to teach others how to move from Knowing (the head) to Understanding (the heart) to Walking It Out (the application). Her heart is to see individuals and families transformed.