A Deep Dive Into Holistic Women’s Health With Marissa Nash
There is a lot going on in a woman’s life than meets the eye. Women’s life wellness coach and mindset expert Marissa Nash and host Corey Jahnke have a full length and comprehensive discussion about the challenges women face both personally and professionally. Marissa shares her system and approaches to holistic women’s health and wellness and explains how men can support women in their day to day struggle to live their ideal life by design.
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A Deep Dive Into Holistic Women’s Health With Marissa Nash
We are taking a specific turn here at the show because what we want to focus on in the coming season is how can we be healthier and weller than we’ve been in the past? One of the things that I’ve noticed with my personal coaching clients is that they struggled to do that self-care. They struggle to find time to take care of themselves so that they can be the best self for the people that they care about, for the people that they work with, and for the people that they love. It’s exciting because she found me and I’m happy about this. One of the most perfect guests for kicking off the new season of the show. Her name is Marissa Nash and she’s a holistic life coach, an executive coach, and a meditation teacher.
She’s got over a thousand hours as a yoga instructor and corporate wellness consultant. She’s the CEO of The Well Co., a boutique wellness coaching firm for female leaders. As a holistic executive coach and corporate wellness coach, her mission is to teach women how to tap into the wisdom of their minds, bodies, and souls, to learn to trust their intuition, follow their desires, and to step into their personal power both personally and professionally. Her career in wellness started at Lululemon at CorePower Yoga and she has since worked in the wellness industry for over nine years. Marissa, thank you for coming to visit me. How’s it going?
Thank you for having me. It’s nice to be sitting here in conversation with someone who gets this work and is excited to talk about it like I am when I get to sit with other women like this. I’m excited to be here and appreciate the opportunity to speak and share.
Can you tell me a little bit about your mission and how you got started in The Well Method?
The Well Co. has been a company that I’ve owned for the last five years. I’ve been a certified life coach for a couple of years and completed my Master’s in Organizational Leadership. It’s interesting because even when I started my Master’s degree, I knew that I wanted to take what I did at the Well Co. which was holistic life coaching for women into Corporate America. I wanted to fuse both and I hadn’t seen it done. I used to and still do tell myself an affirmation, which is I can be the first to do it as I built out my coaching firm. I’m now taking it into corporate wellness, working with higher-level managers and executives to make sure that they stay well while they achieve and accomplish both their personal and professional goals.
I’ve been someone who has worked in Corporate America. My career started at Lululemon. I’ve worked for Athleta CorePower Yoga and personal development has always been something that I’m grateful for was presented to me within my organizations. I do see it as a miss and a lot of our corporate culture and women started hiring me outside of their companies to work one on one. They were seeing direct benefits in their jobs, roles, within their team and they were getting feedback that they were handling situations better and they seemed happier. That drove and motivated me to continue with this work and to fuse corporate executive coaching with the holistic wellness and life coaching element.
You highlighted the idea that there’s a lot going on in a woman’s life. What do you see as the biggest challenges that women are facing now both personally and professionally?
Women have a lot of responsibilities. When they leave the office, they’re often not done even in a virtual work or remote environment there’s a lot going on outside of their day-to-day responsibility. We have a lot of societal pressure as well to be able to take care of everybody else and we often neglect ourselves. Our self-care can be the first thing to drop off. I work with tons of women. I’ve coached hundreds of women and that gym session or pilates class or bubble bath is the first thing to go.We can shift and change our reality through our belief systems. Click To Tweet
When your child needs something or when your friend calls you and needs help, or when there is an extra deadline that you weren’t expecting that you needed to meet that day. The first thing that goes in our wellbeing. Additionally, stress in the workplace is high in the United States. The World Health Organization now officially recognizes burnout and burnout is running rampant. It’s something that we struggle with and we don’t talk about it.
I believe in educating women on stress and teaching them to understand what stress looks like and how it shows up for them so that it can be managed and ultimately mitigated so that they can be more efficient and more effective in their roles. I’d say the lack of awareness and attention to their self-care and then also the lack of body awareness and managing their stress and knowing that it’s okay to have stress, but there are ways to deal with it that it doesn’t run your life.
Do you find that women have a difficult time with their self-talk when they start getting into these corporate environments where the pressure is high, the expectations are high and they struggle to meet everybody’s expectations of them?
A lot of my clients now are noticing that the old paradigm of women in leadership is going away. Thank God for the women before us that paved the path for where women in leadership are now, but they did have to work and hustle and almost have this mentality in order to stand out and to thrive in their careers. There’re still tons of work to be done in equality but it’s not as strenuous as it used to be. That causes us to be able to reflect a little bit more to use our voices in a more powerful way. There are a lot of limiting beliefs that all of us men and women face, but especially as women. We have specific ones that I typically work with my clients that we can overcome and we can shift and change our reality through our belief systems. It’s a lot of the work that I focus on.
I think that one of the things that I felt when I wrote The Successful Thinker was that it’s that internal story that drives everything that we do. I find that many people have a difficult time changing the story. Do you have any insights as to why that might be?
I don’t think that we’re necessarily a culture where we take time out of our day to reflect. My basic philosophy is that the first step towards change is generating awareness. First, you need to become aware that you’ve even created a story. Often our culture and as women, we’re moving fast that it’s hard for us to pull back and take time. You’re a coach yourself so both of us know and understand and have felt that time whether it’s 45 minutes, every other week sitting with a coach or once a week journaling before bed. That time to self-reflect is what can help you to first identify what stories you’re holding onto that either aren’t true or aren’t serving you to continue to believe anymore.
The phrase isn’t true. Do you have difficult times with your coaching clients getting them to let go of false beliefs?
I feel like when my clients come to work with me, they’re ready. They hit that point where they’re like, “This isn’t working for me anymore. What I’ve done is not getting me to where I want to be.” A lot of them do come in ready, but there are hesitancy and fear and you have to be vulnerable with yourself and also with me as the coach. I think there is that ultimate hesitancy but usually they’re ready to transform. The formula that I use gets them to the other side quickly within about 30, 45 minutes sessions that they’re excited. I think once you start taking the time and carve out time and intention for yourself, you start to crave that more. The hardest part is getting started, but once you dig in, it’s like your body and mind crave that.
After all, once we recognize that we’re in survival mode and that’s plain, not sustainable, it does become exciting to see that maybe there’s some light at the other end of the tunnel. You mentioned the formula that you use. Can you talk a little bit about that?
Before I dig into that, I love that you touch on the survival mindset because it’s a big part of the work that I do is take women from surviving to thriving or they’re not trying to make ends meet within themselves. Thriving and co-creating being an active participant in the life that they want to live. Overcoming limiting beliefs helps women to do that. The first step and this is usually the hardest is to identify the limiting belief. The way that I help women to identify this is through the nine dimensions of wellness.
This is the philosophy that I use in The Well Method, which is my one-year coaching program. The nine dimensions of wellness that I work with are spiritual health, physical health, emotional health, creativity and play, environmental health. Your home, your work office, the environments that you find yourself in, your financial health, occupational health, social health and intellectual health. Within each of these, I have the women rate them on a scale of 1 to 10 and then we identify where they’re feeling stuck.
That’s the area that we start to work with and discover what their limiting belief is. I always like to define limiting beliefs because they can be tricky. Limiting beliefs are beliefs that constrain us in some way. By thinking and believing them, we don’t do the things that they inhibit. That causes our lives to be impoverished in any way. They’re around rights or responsibilities, permissions, or even general ideas about the way that the world works. The first step is to identify the limiting belief.
As humans, we are naturally good at getting our needs met. What happens is that our limiting beliefs produce a result that we want. Often, they’re giving us safety or they’re keeping us comfortable or they’re causing us not to have to set a boundary. They are usually protecting us in some way. I have my clients write down the benefits that they’re getting from believing that belief and that’s mind-blowing when they go there. That’s how we start to break it down.
From there, we then determine how the belief is limiting them. I have them visualize like, “Let’s say you wake up every day and you save this limiting belief to yourself. What are you going to do or what are you not going to do? What is that preventing you from carrying out in your life that you truly want in your heart?” The last two steps are to decide how you want to act, feel, and be. From there, you create a turnaround statement also known as an affirmation. An affirmation is then what I train my clients in to rewire their brains so that they start living out new beliefs and creating new realities based on that new belief system. That is the process.
I’m excited about the process because you’ve covered many things that I think are fundamental in making that shift. Affirmation is one of the ones that are funny because people that aren’t in this space think it’s silly yet they’re not oftentimes in the spaces where they want to be in their lives. I have found this to be powerful because one of the things I have found is that no matter how successful of a thinker you are, you still end up having moments of what I call stuckness. I think a lot of times that those affirmations can pull me out of stuckness. I was wondering what your insights are on women that are wearing multiple hats? Do you try to get the women to separate those hats or do you try to get them to become not just work Marissa, not home Marissa but Marissa?
I do use different assessments to help women to better understand themselves. I have found that the way towards inner alignment, inner peace, and living a confident life is understanding and knowing yourself better. You can then show up as that person in all areas of your life. I do love the Enneagram. I use Human Design and then I also incorporate astrology so that women get a full perspective of how they were designed, what their strengths and gifts are, and also what their weaknesses are. I think there’s something to be said for your zone of genius and what you’re meant to be doing, what you’re not meant to be doing.
For a woman who I think what you touched on a little bit, what was maybe feeling overwhelmed. For women who are feeling overwhelmed, which is a lot of the women that I work with, it’s identifying. It’s helpful to see what your actual responsibilities are and then see if those are the responsibilities that you want to be carrying out in your life. The responsibilities like the home care and the responsibilities under building community and your work environment. What are you showing up to day in and day out? When women see that they’re like, “I’m responsible for a lot.”The first step towards change is generating awareness. Click To Tweet
“I’ve taken on some projects that are not in alignment for me.” For women that tend to be yes people and I’m one of them. We can take on a lot and then we end up feeling resentful, bad, icky, and it doesn’t feel good. Usually, for those women, I help them to identify what roles and responsibilities they have and then see what might not be in alignment so that they can better focus and then dig deeper and incorporate more mindfulness into those areas that they’re at. That usually clears a lot of the overwhelm from their life.
The word ‘alignment’ is important. I was being coached and we were talking about who’s that successful thinker audience? One of the subjects that came up was she doesn’t feel like the life she’s living is the life she’s supposed to be living or the behaviors that she’s performing on behalf of the company aren’t in line with who she is. That creates a lot of conflict for her. Align was the word that we chose and I’m excited about that. One of the things that you do is help women with the leadership aspect. Can you talk a little bit about that? What are women’s challenges in 2020 with leadership and how can you help them find their best selves in there?
I find that women tend to think at the end of the day that they haven’t done enough. In fact, we often do a lot. We are capable of it. I think the one thing that I usually help women with that feel that way is in the morning, creating lists of three high priority activities that they want to accomplish for that day. One of them could be self-care or going to the gym. Another could be a project network or taking your child to daycare and picking them up on time.
It could be simple things, but retraining their mind around, “I am successful and I am productive.” I find that is something that women often miss out on is like getting into the rat race of life. They’re not able to pull back and that’s where my training and love for mindfulness comes in is helping them to see their life as it is. The other piece is the element of self-love and self-confidence and the way as they shared earlier to that is honing in on who they are and letting go of judgment.
My way to help them let go of judgment, which a lot of us struggle with is getting crystal clear on what you want and what your goals are, learning to set healthy boundaries that I work with a lot of my clients on. A lot of that outer noise will start to fade away. The last is prioritizing themselves as much as they prioritize everybody else. That often comes with asking for help, asking for support, and figuring out what they love.
When I first started on this journey, I was hardworking. I never stopped working. I love what I did, but it was hard for me to pull back because I didn’t know what else I like to do besides work. I was like, “Working feels good. It produces results. People seem to like what I’m producing so everything’s good.” Then there was no joy or spontaneity, fun, or intimacy in my life. I’m helping women to discover what are those other pieces to your life that we can enhance besides just your career?
I’m thinking about that woman who comes home from a draining day at work and she wants to be something for her children, she wants to be sexy for her husband or her significant other, but she doesn’t have anything left. Do you have quick wins for these women that they could reinvigorate themselves on the spur of the moment?
I had a client session about this exact same thing. She had a son who was I think one and she felt disconnected from him. She was still spending time with him, but you can still spend time with people but feel disconnected. You’re in your head or you’re somewhere else or you’re worried about where you should be instead of right there. what we worked on with her was scheduling in once a week one hour of intentional playtime with her son to see what that would be like for her and she emailed me the next week and was like, “It was life-changing. I feel present. This is what I’ve needed.” Other areas of her life are going to change. She wants to do this now with her husband, with her community, with her friends, and with herself.
I felt big and as a coach, you would understand that getting those small wins under your belt can be helpful. I think for someone that wants to feel sexier, more alive, freer, and more vibrant is a word that a lot of women come to me with like, “I want to feel vibrant in my life.” It’s going to be that little tiny action steps that are going to shift your day and shift your nights. With women like that, I would start with the morning and nighttime routine and helping them to rest a little bit more so that they don’t feel like they’re striving because those two go hand in hand.
Talk to me a little bit about yoga, meditation, and mindfulness as you see it as a part of the leader’s life and as a part of a human being’s life in 2020.
I studied this massively in grad school. I’ve been a yoga and mindfulness teacher for over nine years and this is the work for me. I think it is unique and different, but I was encouraged that Steve Jobs was an avid meditator. The CEO of Salesforce was an avid meditator. There are high-level people that are meditating. There are tons of benefits of both mindfulness and meditation, similar, but different methodologies as well as yoga to helping to reduce stress and reduce anxiety. Therefore, provide leaders with more efficiency, deeper engagement in their work and in their lives.
Being more productive, being less responsive, and more intentional with their words. Also having better relationships. There are tons of actual scientific benefits about how the brain changes through mindfulness and meditation, also through yoga. In my way that I incorporate these into my programs, I have a virtual studio that I run where I teach a Monday night yoga class and a Tuesday morning mindfulness session. We have about 28, 30 women that are in it and we meet every week. I also bring in a wellness guest expert to lead women and things like a women’s health according to Chinese medicine, healing circles, mindfulness and meditation exploration on a deeper level, and breathwork, which is incredible.
All of these modalities I incorporate into my coaching program so that they can continue to enhance their lives outside of the talk. As coaches, we talk a lot, we help them dig in, they’re journaling and reflecting, but also, I think that these healing modalities can take women to the next level and I’ve seen it. I’ve done it all myself. It was how I’ve gotten out of ruts in the past and get incredible feedback about how this is changing how they operate on a day-to-day basis.
It’s important because one of the things that you’re well aware of is the monkey mind can’t possibly stop when you’re active if you don’t take time to train it while you’re not active. Unfortunately, for a lot of the coaching clients that I work with, they struggle to get those rampant thoughts about, “I’m not enough. I’m not doing enough,” to even calm down. What I have found is that when you stop and ask yourself this question in silence, “Is it true?” A lot of women have a tough time supporting the argument that it’s true. The reason I bring that up is that as a man, I have a unique position to be able to question some of those things, but wondering what advice you’d give to the males out there who want to support the women leaders in their lives, but don’t know how?
I think for men, masculine energy is phenomenal. With my clients, no matter how great, you want to have your best guy friends, you want to have your colleagues where you’re close with that are men because your energy is powerful and there’s always something to be learned by each of the different energies, masculine and feminine. I think men are great at holding space, being grounded, setting boundaries, thinking critically, and driving results.
A lot of us as women can still do those things, but they don’t come as naturally. We’re more qualitative. We were a little bit more emotional, but emotions aren’t bad. We can get into a little bit of the hormone cycle. Men operate on a 24-hour hormonal cycle so you guys are the same every single day. Women operate on a 28-day hormonal cycle. Every day we’re showing up differently and it’s dishonored because our culture is built off a masculine system and energy.
I think for men and how they can support women is I’d love to change the conversation around women will show up differently and that is a gift. That is not a weakness. That is not a disability. That is an ability that we carry and that we’ve been given. I think supporting women in their ebbs and flows and also sometimes maybe leaning into their intuition. I’ve worked with some incredible men that see that in me as a female leader and want that and encourage that in me. Rallying around women in their innate gifts and encouraging them is helpful.Decide how you want to act, feel, and be. Click To Tweet
One of the things that I noticed in my own marriage was when I finally let go of having to be right all the time, when I finally let go of trying to be Superman in all things, I found that my relationship with my wife improved probably 500%. We’re all trying to wear these capes male, female, and leader and it’s at some point exhausting. One of the things that I’ve been thinking about a lot is your current state. Do you find that many people in our culture have a tough time maintaining their state like hydration, their nutrition, their rest, and then they’re trying to operate from a disadvantaged state? What advice would you have to people about how to go about thinking that way or that conversation?
One of the training that I do with my clients and that I lead for corporate talks is called energy management and learning how to manage your energy well. It’s figuring out when are you most efficient naturally? When are you least efficient naturally? When do you crave rest? When do you crave a community? The hormonal cycles are different. For men, it’s day-to-day, 24 hours. What does your cycle look like?
For women, it’s 28 days. What does your typical cycle work with? That can be an empowering way to live. Understanding yourself more and how you naturally operate before we get to that point of awareness, we’re operating the way that we think we’re supposed to. We work from 9:00 to 5:00, mom or dad at night or the dog, mom, that’s what I do at night. In the morning we maybe wake up, maybe we meditate, shower, and get out the door.
The empowered state of that is like, “Who am I? How do I work best? What do I need? How can I start to make small adjustments in my life to do that?” For me, I’m most effective in the morning between 6:00 AM and 10:00 AM then I need a break. I need a smoothie. I usually like to get a workout in around 11:00 AM or 12:00 PM, which is a bizarre time. Most people don’t work out at that time, but that’s what works for me and then at 3:00, I get re-energized and I could work from 3:00 to 7:00 and then I need a break. That’s ideal operating and energy management for me.
If you work in a corporate 9:00 to 5:00 environment, you can’t necessarily say, “I want to work these hours.” You can manage your energy within a 9:00 to 5:00 schedule by taking short breaks. Maybe a break for you looks like doing 50 pushups or 50 jumping jacks if you’re a guy. Maybe for a woman to do the same thing or 20 minutes of yoga or a 10-minute meditation session. There are ways to manage your energy throughout the day and I could give tons of tools for that. The most effective way is to understand yourself first and make empowered decisions based on what you need, not based on what society has built for us.
We are always trying to establish this persona based on societal expectations and then as soon as I understand what Marissa’s expectations are, then I’m trying to meet my wife’s expectations and all this and everybody’s expectations aren’t even the same now than they were yesterday. It’s like walking around trying to chase goals. It’s insane when you stop and think about it. One of the things that I want to make sure we get to is your new program coming out and I’m excited about it. I told you before we started talking that I’ve been on your website for like 2 to 3 hours. It’s TheWellCo.org. Tell me some goals for this program for yourself and for the women you’re working with.
The Well Method is my one-year wellness coaching program. When I say wellness, I don’t mean what you’re eating or how you’re working out. I mean your emotional health, your financial health, how joyful and abundant you feel in your life, how deep and connected you feel in your relationships like the nine areas of wellbeing. The Well Method came from a gap that I saw both in Corporate America and the wellness industry that when I started transforming my life and digging into personal development and emotional health wellbeing. I got a team around me.
Being a woman, I had a team of females. I remember a relationship I was in, he looked at me and was like, “You have the team around you?” I was like, “This is working for me.” The Well Method is the one-year program in which my clients meet with me every other week for a 45-minute session where we do all the work that we’ve talked about now, overcoming limiting beliefs. I help women to identify their core desire feelings.
We set goals in alignment with how they want to feel in their life and work through all of those nine areas of wellness. They also get access to four wellness experts that I personally love and work with a couple of them myself. I have a body acceptance and self-love coach. I have an astrologer on the team. I have a womb wisdom guide, which helps women with cycle tracking and using their cycle to their advantage which I got into a little bit in our talk.
I also have an Ayurvedic health coach and she helps women to learn more about their bodies and how to live in alignment with the seasons. This program is the bread and butter of The Well Co. and how I’m helping women and seeing them transform their lives both personally and professionally. The results have been amazing. I love supporting these women and all of these areas of their life and seeing them grow. It’s been super cool to see it flourish.
I’m excited for you and I want to say this as a pharmacist. I’ve been a pharmacist for many years and working in a community setting. It’s funny because maybe 15, 20 years ago if I would have heard you talk about the people you’re surrounding yourself with, I probably would’ve gasped but I probably would’ve poo-pooed it and thought, “What is that?” What’s interesting now that I’m 54 and that I’ve been treating the same patients for 30 years and I keep that in mind. I’ve seen people go from 20 to 50 as I have. One of the things I’ve recognized now is that the reason a lot of people don’t do well is that they don’t feel well. As men, we tend to think of women like men wearing skirts and that couldn’t be farther from the truth.
One of the things that I’ve noticed is that when women take care of all of the aspects of their health, and you mentioned financial health, we don’t read into how much weighs on a woman’s mind, especially guys because we generally are thinking at the moment, but women are thinking ten times more thoughts than we are in the moment. It’s unfortunate for them the way they’re wired. I want to congratulate you on putting a holistic approach to this and I wanted you to please if you don’t mind share with me a little bit of what holistic means to you.
I did also forget to mention that in our first session, I do a 75-minute deep dive wellness assessment with my clients in the nine areas of wellbeing because often we have never been asked, how are you doing in these areas? What’s important to you? What’s working? What’s not working? Most of us are familiar with the traditional model of either medicine or mental health or personal growth. This infuses all of those.
I would say that’s the best way to explain it. I also do incorporate seasonal wellness into each of the women’s wellness plans. After the wellness intake session, I develop a full one-year plan for the women based on each season. In fall, there will be certain topics that we’ll cover based on the wisdom of the season and based on what my client’s personal goals are and what I have to share and to offer them. That’s what makes it extremely holistic is you are learning more about your body and yourself in all different areas of your life. Not just one and not the other. You’re also getting the team of women and experts so you’re not just getting my perspective.
I think it’s important to have a team of people who are supporting you and cheering you on. Also, it covers many different modalities. You get yoga, mindfulness, meditation, we do breathwork. The talk therapy, coaching, traditional style of feedback and intention, and goal setting. It’s holistic in nature. I presented the one-year wellness plan to one of my newest clients and she was like, “This is holistic and I love it.” It’s like a one-stop-shop. That’s what I want it to be. You don’t have to figure out how to get everything right in your life. We do it all for you at The Well Co.
It’s phenomenal because I’m feeling emotional about it. I had a customer of about 41, 42 years old. She found out she had cancer and nine days later she was gone. That same weekend, a nice person that I knew of stepped out the door to go running and unfortunately got hit by a car and her life was taken from her. The reason I mentioned those two things is that in my business and in my coaching business, I see people who are waiting until things are calmer or calm down on their own or they’re waiting to start these holistic types of training programs. I would encourage the audience to stop waiting because one of the things that Marissa can do for you is to take you from a space of waiting and pain to, “Why didn’t I do this ten years ago?” You must have stories of women who say that to you much. Can you talk to that a little bit?
I love that philosophy. I would say a lot of my clients who become lifers, they’re like, “I’m a lifer.” They’re changing their reality. If you feel fear around this, that’s normal because we’re not trained necessarily to handle change. That is a part of what I do is help with the integration process of when your life is changing and we are transforming it over the course of a year, but we go slow. I think for women when they finally start making these choices and changes for themselves, it’s the most empowering thing. I get feedback like, “This is the happiest I’ve ever been. My relationships are changing. I feel much more like myself. I can’t believe I didn’t do this before.” It’s an investment in yourself and it’s one of the most important things that we can do for ourselves in my opinion.
One of the things that I believe that happens is that when a woman takes on a holistic training program and begins to look at her life as a whole, she begins to understand that she can truly affect other women and create a community of people who need her to be the woman she was born to be. Marissa, I enjoyed our conversation. I want to encourage our audience to look you up and to learn more about what you do. Can you please help our audience find you?
This conversation has been exactly what I needed. Thank you for holding space for that. You can find me at www.TheWellCo.org. The Well Method is my one-year coaching program. You can find that in a tab at the top. I’m also on Instagram. I share a lot on Instagram about my life and behind the scenes client experiences and allowing you to learn more about that space. If you’d like to follow me there, I’d love to connect with you. It’s @TheWellCoWithMarissa. Lastly, The Well is my virtual studios. You can find us on Instagram at @TheWellForYourSoul and that is where I lead the weekly yoga, mindfulness meditation, and have a monthly wellness guest expert.
Thank you for sharing all of that. Successful Thinkers, I want you to take Marissa up on her information and her ability to see you as the full person you were designed to be. Successful Thinkers, I believe that your life happens at this moment. Take some action right here, right now. Don’t even read the outro on this. This was too good for you to miss. Take action and head on over to Marissa’s sites and see what she has to offer. One of the things that I truly believe is that you were born to do something amazing, and especially you were born to do something amazing for yourself and those people that you love. Thank you for your time. I’m looking forward to being with you in our next episode. I hope you have a phenomenal day.
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About Marissa Nash
Marissa Nash is a Holistic Life Coach, Executive Coach , Meditation Teacher, 1,000+ hour Yoga Instructor, and Corporate Wellness Consultant.
She is also the CEO of The Well Co., a boutique wellness coaching firm for female leaders. As a Holistic Executive Coach + Corporate Wellness Coach, her mission is to teach women how to tap into the wisdom of their mind, body, and soul, learn to trust their intuition, follow their desires, and step into their personal power both personally and professionally. Her career in wellness started at lululemon at CorePower Yoga and she has since I’ve worked in the wellness industry for over 9 years.