Hi, I’m Nina
Long before I ever began using natural means to keep my family healthy, I wanted to be a healer. I thought that becoming a doctor or a nurse was the only way I could help nurture and heal people, so that’s what I set out to become.
But when I discovered the benefits and effectiveness of natural medicine, I knew I had found my place.
You see, I come from a long line of natural healers.
My Grandma was even the midwife in my dad’s little Mexican village and knew how to use plants and food to nurture her family.
It’s in my blood.
I once thought I had to be certified or go to school for a really long time to be a healer. Turns out, I just needed to learn and experiment and share what I found. More and more, friends are coming to me for advice. Not as a substitute for a doctor, but because they’re looking for wisdom that they can use and share themselves.
Because I’ve spent the last several years learning and sharing, they know they can ask for some input from another mama who just wants the best for her family.
And friends, I love it because …
I’ve secretly always wanted to be the village wise woman.
The women I work with are passionate about taking care of their families as best they can. They do more research than the average mom and seek alternatives because of it.
They proactively prevent illness, rather than passively reacting to it. They invest in the tools that work because they know they’ll lead to long-term savings. They trust their intuition because they know their families better than anyone.
I work with moms and families to increase happiness and wellness in their homes with simple, step-by-step, holistic methods.
I empower moms to use simple, natural solutions for wellness and create a healthy lifestyle that is unique to them. You know that a healthier lifestyle is the solution – you’re just so overwhelmed by all the information available. You need simple. You need sustainable. And you need it now.
To get started, I invite you to check out my ebook, Everyday Wellness. It’s brief, but outlines several simple changes you can make for a healthier lifestyle. I’d love for you to have it – it’s free – because sometimes the hardest part about this journey is taking the first step.