I’m Amy Davis . . . Certified Life Coach, personal trainer, fiercely loving mom and wife, warm hearted “Leo” and a recovering perfectionist and pretender.
I believe I can make our world a better place by supporting women to nourish themselves inside and out so they feel beautifully blissful . . . living as kick ass moms, partners, friends and human beings.
I believe this because I live it.
For most of my life I ignored my feelings, my core desires and my truths. I was taught at an early age to fake a smile, pretend everything was “fine” and be sure to take care of everyone else’s needs while ignoring my own. I believed this was normal.
I was a pleaser, a pretender and a perfectionist (and damn good at all three) but I was also angry, resentful, overwhelmed and literally sick to my stomach most of the time.
Something needed to change.
So for the past 6 years I have practiced “nourishing myself” and living a blissful life. I am learning from some of the best and learning to listen to myself. I stumble and I fall, and then I practice some more. I still have dark moments when resentment, frustration and guilt creep in, but they don’t stick around for long. I don’t pretend any more and I listen carefully to what my body is telling me.
I believe when I nourish myself I am a better human being. When I take care of myself, the bumps and messes of life don’t throw me off balance as much. I work on finding time EVERY-SINGLE-DAY to nourish myself . . . a 20 minute power nap, taking a quick walk, enjoying my iced coffee, some days a sweaty spin class, and sometimes I only have enough energy to nourish myself by washing my face and going to bed early.
I believe you can be blissed out on life in the middle of messiness and imperfection. I still yell at my boys every once in awhile, argue with my husband frequently, eat way too many salt and vinegar potato chips while watching football and sometimes I even skip spin class. I am far from perfect and that is OK! (which is still sometimes hard for me to admit as a recovering perfectionist) It’s ok because even in the middle of an argument or a bag of potato chips, I am still practicing and learning how to nourish myself and it FEELS like my truth.
Let me help you nourish your beautiful self! I’m really good at it and I believe in the power of nourishing yourself inside and out . . . so you can kick ass as a mom, partner, friend and human being.