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.
Hormones are complicated things to test. They change every single hour, of every single day. We have a 28 (ish) day cycle, and we need to stop think that we’re supposed to be experiencing the same thing every day. So, in some cases they are indicated to test. but sometimes, we don’t necessarily need to.
Any type of blood loss, including that from your period, can cause anemia. This is known as an iron deficiency. Symptoms of an iron deficiency can include tiredness, weakness, shortness of breath, poor concentration, lightheadedness.
PCOS can be a complex condition to identify because there are numerous symptoms, and you don’t have to have all of them to be diagnosed with PCOS. Very few women have the same set of symptoms, and the symptoms can change at different stages of your life.