Angel is a Fitness + Lifestyle Expert and Published Wellness Writer who helps women struggling with hormone balance, find their healthiest vibe and create a body they love.
She has a passion for integrative wellness and a dream to share that passion with as many women as she can.
FOR ANGEL, IT'S PERSONAL.
As someone living and thriving with Graves’ disease, she’s become
a wellness warrior, dedicated to teaching women how to tune into their bodies so they can they can feel empowered to impact their overall health.
Whether it’s through targeted wellness writing, guest speaking or social connection, Angel's experience, inspirational journey and energy is infectious.
Strong Fitness Magazine's Woman To Watch
Featured on Instagram by PopSugar and Well + Good
Brand Ambassador for
Lululemon and Fré Skincare
Oxygen Fitness Magazine's Future Of Fitness
PUBLISHED FITNESS ATHLETE
Strong Fitness Magazine
Nashville Fit Magazine
Natural Muscle Magazine
PUBLISHED FREELANCE WRITER
Hope For Women Magazine
Nashville Health & Wellness Magazine
Everyone Has A Voice
She's Crafted To Thrive
Simply Defined Fitness
Healthy Vibes + Happy Life Community
The 7-Day Simplified Reset
SMALL BUSINESS EXCELLENCE AWARD
2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
BACHELORS OF SCIENCE
Hormone-Focused Holistic Nutrition
Group Exercise/Dance Fitness
Injury Prevention + Rehabilitation
Range of Motion Therapy
Diastasis Recti + Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
Published Author in
Hope for Women Magazine
Nashville Health & Wellness
Former NBA Toronto Raptors
On Court Entertainer
Former CFL Toronto Argonauts
I started my career as a certified fitness and nutrition coach.
I put my knowledge to the test, transformed my body + won my first competition.
I placed top 3
Fitness America Worlds.
I got married
and moved to Nashville.
Life got hectic and I lost sight of the important stuff.
I shifted my focus and made my health the #1 priority.
I'm on a mission to change the diet mentality and help women create better hormone balance and heal their bodies.
I was diagnosed with Graves' Disease due to hyperthyroidism.