Life & Relationship Coach, and Pilates & Mindful Living Studio Owner.
I inherited a passion for movement and the mechanics of movement from my gorgeous Grandmother, Lareen Fender. I was lucky to begin studying ballet from her at the young age of three years old. In my teens, I suffered from an ankle injury as well as poor body image. This really began to affect my mental health. I ended up quitting ballet and in my early 20's, I found my way into my first Pilates class. I immediately fell in love with the physical and mental health benefits that Pilates began to offer my life. In my early 30's, I survived a traumatic life experience that ironically lit up my curiosity around Mindful Living. I submerged myself in studying Nutrition, Yoga, Pilates, Breathwork, Meditation, and Mindfulness Tools to support Heartbreaks & Relationships. I had no idea that my curiosity around self-development and personal growth would lead me to my professional career.
NOW, I have a thriving Pilates & Mindful Living studio in Walnut Creek, and a VIP online membership. I also get to connect with clients from all over the world discover their pathway forward after life's heartbreaks.
To learn a little bit about my personal journey click on the video. If you're interested in working with me or have any questions about my coaching programs, speaking opportunities, and or the VIP membership email me here.
I would love to hear from you. Many blessings to you in the meantime. xx, Kelley
The Meaning of MYOMIE
Have you ever heard the story of the two wolves? In short, we all have two wolves inside of us. One wolf is filled with anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, jealousy, superiority, and ego. The other wolf is full of joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and faith.
This fight between the two wolves happens within all of us. It’s a battle we deal with daily, if not hourly. And because it’s an intrinsic part of the way we are made, it’s a battle that will probably never go away. But here’s the truth of these two wolves: the wolf that ultimately wins is the one we feed. To read my full blog about MYOMIE and it's meaning click here.