Haley is a Certified Dietician and Functional Nutritionist. She loves to help uncover the mysteries with your health and considers herself a “health detective”. Whether it be food intolerances, GI disturbances like bloating, gas, heartburn, constipation or loose stools, She is aimed to work with you to clear the confusion surrounding your sluggish energy, weight gain, mood fluctuations, mysterious skin issues, food intolerances and energy.  

In your first appointment with Haley, together you will spend time assessing some of the core basics that make you unique such as sleep/relaxation, exercise/movement, nutrition/hydration, stress/resilience and your relationships and networks. She'll then review labs and lifestyle factors, establish some history and timelines and move onto the BIG QUESTIONS that led you to her.…your WHY?!

She wants to know it ALL. What motivates you to want to get better every day? Do you want to feel better in your skin and overcome negative body thoughts so you can LIVE FULLY? Do you wish to have enough energy to chase your grandkids around at the park? Or hope to get through a class at the gym and leave with a smile on your face? Maybe you want to be able to focus on enjoying your vacation without worry about your energy, moods and digestive issues?

She's ABSOLUTELY sure that you want something more in life than feeling drained, disconnected or distended all the time. She GETs IT. She BELIEVES YOUR HEALTH CAN BE IMPROVED. She BELIEVES YOU ARE WORTH IT!

In a “Baby Steps” approach, at a pace you can feel comfortable with, together you will implement upgrades to your performance week to week. Together, using lab testing, collaboration with other practitioners, nutrition and lifestyle modifications and a ton of self-love, you will manifest positive change!

If you'd like to get started with Haley, schedule a complimentary meet & greet!

"In short, working with Haley is one of the best decisions I have ever made! A year ago, my weight was at an all-time high and my energy level was at an all-time low. Fatigued by the usual stressors of life, I was motivated to start working with Haley as a remote client, and I am so thankful I did. After a food intolerance test and several follow-up appointments with Haley, I was learned key insights into what foods my body was not tolerating well and what I could do different to improve my well-being. Next, I started on a simple routine of daily supplements, food recipes, and exercise. Haley's program and coaching made all the difference in the world. In addition to her expert advice, what really made Haley stand out was her investment in me and my journey. Along the way, I was able to get the coaching and support I needed to stay motivated and on track. I am happy to report, a year later, I have lost 50 pounds and am back to my high school graduation weight. As a result, my energy and outlook are the best they have ever been. Thank you, Haley, for giving me the opportunity to work with you."


Madison is a Holistic Nutritionist from the National University of Natural Medicine. She has an infatuation with the beauty that nature has to offer. She loves the idea of local markets and seasonal produce. She strives to spread her appreciation for simple things like fresh fruits and vegetables and makes quality nutrition seem simply achievable. She believes that the reason 75% of Americans eat a heavily processed diet is because of their lack of education in understanding how much weight our diets have on our overall health. She truly believes when you make cooking, meal prepping and shopping enjoyable we can all begin to come back to the idea that food is supposed to bring us pleasure and nourishment, not something quick and forced.

All aspects of food and eating can be pleasurable. Her motto is, thinking ahead, shopping for food on the weekends by taking advantage of farmers markets and eventually planning meals that will make you happy throughout the week (they don't have to be hard to cook). She believes we need to get people BACK INTO THE KITCHEN and as close to the dirt on our produce as we can.

She is motivated to help find a flow that works best for you and your family’s lifestyle to feel good overall and be able to follow the cycle of good health.

Through her undergrad career, she has recognized that nutrition is often the forgotten piece of the puzzle, even though it carries so much power. She thinks it is because the perceived threat of health issues can seem further away than they really are. When one takes control of their diet and is consciously aware of what goes in/out of their body their perspectives will change. Diet is the best preventative medicine that we have. Our bodies are always listening and our genes are constantly being influenced.

Not only are we impacting our own lives but many of those around us, especially children. Madison is inspired to work with children and women through their constant stages of growth and development to create healthy habits for a lifetime of food bliss. During graduate school, she plans to hone-in on infant/childhood health, picky eaters, and pre- & postnatal development in order to best assist her clients.

What does a holistic nutritionist do? How can you help me?

A holistic nutritionist looks at the different components making up your life, including relationships, hydration, movement, food, stress and sleep. We then analyze what areas need more love and support, and work on one element at a time. This is to keep you from becoming overwhelmed by too many changes. We will focus on one focal point for a number of weeks.

Can nutrition fix my depression?

It can certainly help support your healing journey from depression. Clinical trials show evidence that a whole food diet can improve depressive symptoms.

We will also take into consideration the other pillars of your life, like sleep, relationships, stress, hydration and movement, in order to best support you.

What if I don't want to give up the food I love?

You don't have to! Nutrition doesn't mean giving up the fd you love. In fact, food is about pleasure and should be enjoyed! Your favorite foods can be included in meals and snacks mindfully, creating a healthy balance with other foods. We can also come up with healthier alternatives for the food that you are craving/eating.