hey, I'm Marylynn.

HOLISTIC HEALTH COACH + TRAINER

My mission is to empower women so that they can finally learn their body’s language and live a richer experience of life. I’m all about helping women take ownership of their circumstances to become happier, more fulfilled versions of themselves.

no matter what their starting point is.


hey, I'm Marylynn.

HOLISTIC HEALTH COACH + TRAINER

My mission is to empower women so that they can finally learn their body’s language and live a richer experience of life. I’m all about helping women take ownership of their circumstances to become happier, more fulfilled versions of themselves.

no matter what
their starting point is.

hey, I'm Marylynn.

HOLISTIC HEALTH COACH + TRAINER

My mission is to empower women so that
they can finally learn their body’s language
and live a richer experience of life.
I’m all about helping women take ownership
of their circumstances to become happier,
more fulfilled versions of themselves.

no matter what
their starting point is.

hey, I'm Marylynn.

HOLISTIC HEALTH COACH + TRAINER

My mission is to empower women so that
they can finally learn their body’s language
and live a richer experience of life.
I’m all about helping women take ownership
of their circumstances to become happier,
more fulfilled versions of themselves.

no matter what
their starting point is.

I was a Navy Hospital Corpsman for over 11 years and have been in the Health and Fitness world for over 20 years, and, as you can imagine, I got into this industry in order to overcome my own difficulties with weight loss and feeling uncomfortable in my own skin.

But here’s the truth that I know you might not believe...

What I discovered is that once I achieved that *perfect* number on the scale, it didn’t change how unhappy I felt. In fact, when I was the thinnest, I was at the lowest point of my life. I thought that once I got to weigh 125lbs, I would FINALLY be truly happy, when in fact I had never been more miserable.

This led me to experience a major shift and transformation in my health and career.

YES, BELIEVE IT OR NOT, THAT'S ME!

LET'S BE HONEST HERE.

I SPENT ALL OF MY TEENAGE YEARS (AND MOST OF MY ADULT LIFE)
HAVING THE MAJORITY OF MY THOUGHTS REVOLVE AROUND MY WEIGHT.

CAN YOU RELATE? IT'S THAT FEELING OF:

if only I weighed 10 or 20 pounds less


Once I did reach my goal weight,
it was like the smack to the forehead that makes you go
Duh! Of course ONE thing won’t make you happy.

HAPPINESS IS NOT A DESTINATION

I have worked with tens of thousands of people over the years and I must’ve seen it a million times - people waiting to reach one specific goal in order to be happy. It just doesn’t work that way. I think everyone knows that rationally, but there’s something that keeps us from enjoying the journey.


When it comes to losing weight, most people put their real life aside in order to follow a program and reach their goal. They trick themselves into believing that they’re making a lifestyle change simply because they said the words. Only, when they returned back to their regular life, everything they were experiencing that they didn’t like (i.e. extra weight) returned as well.

To me, that is the real problem creating the yo-yo diet cycle. Certainly, there are hormonal changes that happen which contribute to weight re-gain, but ultimately, each person hasn’t really changed their identity: who they are at the core.

They are still the girl that
“is always on a diet.”

I've experienced many ups and downs in life and you've likely experienced something similar. I'm talking about the big life changing ones that tend to affect your waistline like: having babies, getting divorced, meeting and marrying the love of my life, losing my father, getting diagnosed with hypothyroidism, using my own health protocol to heal my body, getting off medication, and no longer having hypothyroidism.

A lasting health transformation is one where you can weather those twists and turns in life without backsliding to your worst places. You develop a resilience where everything gets better and better and even the low points pale in comparison to your past self. Even with the good and the bad, you find balance.

YOU READY?


When it comes to losing weight, most people put their real life aside in order to follow a program and reach their goal. They trick themselves into believing that they’re making a lifestyle change simply because they said the words. Only, when they returned back to their regular life, everything they were experiencing that they didn’t like (i.e. extra weight) returned as well.

To me, that is the real problem creating the yo-yo diet cycle. Certainly, there are hormonal changes that happen which contribute to weight re-gain, but ultimately, each person hasn’t really changed their identity: who they are at the core.

They are still the girl that
“is always on a diet.”

I've experienced many ups and downs in life and you've likely experienced something similar. I'm talking about the big life changing ones that tend to affect your waistline like: having babies, getting divorced, meeting and marrying the love of my life, losing my father, getting diagnosed with hypothyroidism, using my own health protocol to heal my body, getting off medication, and no longer having hypothyroidism.

A lasting health transformation is one where you can weather those twists and turns in life without backsliding to your worst places. You develop a resilience where everything gets better and better and even the low points pale in comparison to your past self. Even with the good and the bad, you find balance.

YOU READY?