Is it time to take a different path?
Is it time to rediscover who I am, what I need, and what's important to me?
Is it time to finally put me first?
You may be solving everyone else’s problems, hearing everyone else’s stories, but wondering, is anyone interested in mine?
You're Not Alone!
I am looking for purpose-driven women to be a part of this group program. Women who are committed to their physical and emotional health, and want to take active steps to feel better inside and out.
You are a woman aged 35-65+
You want to worry less, stress less, sleep better, and gain better focus!
You want to shut down negative thoughts and clear away the mental clutter!
You’re looking for greater meaning and purpose, a community of support, and an opportunity to hit the reset
You want to move better, have more energy- physically and emotionally, and gain greater trust and acceptance of
You want healthier perspective and more positive emotion!
You want to feel more confident inside and out
Are you ready for the rest of your life to be the best of your life?
You’ll finally be able to experience joy, peace, and a greater sense of meaning and fulfillment to your life.
Angie Miller, M.S., LCMHC, CWC, RYT® 200, is a Global Wellness Specialist who champions the intersection between physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing. As a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Therapist, Certified Wellness Coach, International Speaker, Author, and Renowned Fitness Expert, Angie blends her expertise to empower individuals and audiences worldwide, giving them mental and physical strategies for success. A gifted communicator and natural leader, Angie is recognized for her authentic approach to helping individuals and organizations rise to their potential. Her audiences range from mental health, corporate, and fitness professionals to students at the university level. No matter the age, stage, or status in life, Angie believes that we’re all connected by a desire to live our lives feeling healthy and strong inside and out.
Angie hosts NASM's "Strong Mind, Strong Body" podcast, and offers keynotes and workshops internationally on topics that bridge fitness and mental health. She has been invited to speak at some of the world’s most recognized health and wellness conferences, including FIT Summit in Singapore, AFC in Thailand, Illinois Counseling Association, IDEA World, NASM OPTima, and CanFitPro. Angie is a professional development educator and subject matter expert for the National Academy of Sports Medicine, and formerly taught Stress Management and Sport Psychology in the Department of Kinesiology at Northern Illinois University. She films with Gaiam TV Fit & Yoga and writes for numerous professional journals.
In a world that is constantly evolving, Angie remains on the cutting edge. Making authentic connections is the common thread in all of Angie’s endeavors. Her audiences vary, but the sincerity of her mission is a gift that allows her to reach individuals on a personal level and create communities through her work. Her commitment to excellence is evident in all that she does.
Women in midlife hit a turning point. A place where they take inventory of who they are and what's important to them.
Developing healthier emotions allows you to feel sure of yourself, and finally feel good about who you are. Imagine finally feeling like you have purpose outside of work and family. For so long, you've put others first, which is admirable...but often times you've done it at the expense of your own emotional wellbeing.
Developing the skill of healthy thoughts allows you to finally clear the "noise" and let go of the baggage holding you back. Escape negative thought loops, fear of getting old, fear of becoming insignificant to the ones you love. You want to feel in control of your life - and living presently in the moment with healthy thoughts is the first step to making that your reality.
You can't be in control of your life without prioritizing your physical health. You need more energy, physically & emotionally, you want to feel fit, strong & intentional. You don't have to run a marathon to be physically healthy - you need to move your body in ways that are kind to you and make you feel empowered!
LET'S BREAK it DOWN