Hey, I’m Dr. Ashley
I’m a doer, dreamer, creative and chief inspirator of healthy lifestyles for every person; no matter their age.
If you’ve come here searching for a quick fix, you’re in the wrong spot. I work with women, entrepreneurs, CEOs, coaches and creatives who are driven and devoted to sparking joy in this world. I thrive on working with individuals who put passion first, and who are searching for that passion. Because when you become grounded in your vision, perfectionism, procrastination and overwhelm are able to just… float away. That’s not to say it’s easy (we know that), but when your health is working for you, you’re able to create your own vision of a life and business you thrive in.
With a focus on grounded lifestyles, energy and entrepreneurship, I use a combination of evidence-based natural medicine, genetics and biochemistry to support women in getting their health to work for them, not against them; increasing clarity, easing brain fog, boosting confidence and improving energy so they can finally create a thriving life and business filled with a feeling of content.
If you’re ready to brush off the past, say goodbye to routines that are holding you back and facing the worries and fears that we all have with support behind you; my work is for you. My favourite part of working with you is when you don’t need me or my work because you’re finally in control of your destiny.
As if the mood swings, cramps, and cravings didn’t make that time of the month your least favourite time, there’s a good chance your cycle can also wreak havoc on your bathroom routine. Here’s exactly what happens to your tummy when you’ve got your period—and how to get sh*t under control—literally.
Did you know that miscarriage is the most common pregnancy complication? Miscarriage isn’t commonly talked about, but it is incredibly common. Miscarriages occur in 15-20% of pregnancies, and most commonly occur within the first 8 weeks of pregnancy. After 8 weeks, rates decline to about 3%.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a hormonal disorder in women. The exact cause is still unknown, but we know there is a metabolic base to the PCOS picture. Genetics and environmental factors play a huge role in the development of PCOS.