As a child I taught imaginary fitness classes in my parent’s basement.

In my teens, I frequently attended a gym. I read all nutrition labels assigned to the foods I ate. As my body, mind and emotions responded, my desire to self-educate grew. I actively sought out and read all the fitness, nutrition and wellness information I could.

In my twenties, I started teaching aerobics part time while working full time.

During my 10 years working for the federal government, my job involved presenting, designing and delivering training programs, coaching, mentoring, facilitation, mediation and project management.

Those transferable skills continue to serve me well today in my wellness career.

I'm trained and certified as a nutrition and wellness coach, a group and personal fitness trainer and yoga instructor. Ongoing education keeps me current in all of these areas and is a priority and pleasure for me. I am both student and teacher.


In my thirties, I started my own fitness, nutrition and wellness business. Shortly after, I resigned from my government job to teach healthy lifestyle behaviors full time.

Now that I’m in my forties, the main focus of my business is coaching people in the practice of Building Healthy Habits™. I use a blend of traditional and modern scientific methods that I have learned and personally practice. They work for me, for my clients and can work for you too.

I’m an effective coach mostly as a result of my personal journey. I know well the desire, the effort, the challenges and the triumphs involved with lasting habit change. I practice what I teach and teach what I practice.

If you are considering a coach for your wellness journey, contact me to discuss how I can help move you ahead.

I look forward to working with you.



The Queen Elizabeth
Health Complex

211-2100, Marlowe
Montreal (QC) H4A 3L5
(by appointment only)