I'm deeply passionate about how we humans craft a vibrant and meaningful existence in our complex, imperfect world.

Today, I lead a creative and satisfying life, immersed in my passions, surrounded by nature, and engaged in work that truly fulfills me.

But it wasn't always this way. My path to this enriching and joyful state was neither direct nor easy.

My journey to this point began in the quiet, challenging moments of professional exhaustion and personal revelation.

From a young age, achievement was my drug of choice. I pushed myself relentlessly, striving for excellence in academics, sports, and later, in my career at a tech company. There, I climbed the ranks swiftly, my life a carousel of success by conventional standards. Each promotion and achievement seemed to confirm I was on the right track. Yet, beneath the surface of this apparent success, I was unraveling.

Despite achieving what many would consider the pinnacle of success, I found myself profoundly unhappy. I discovered I had been driven by a vision of success that society painted for me—I was achieving everyone else's dream, yet I felt increasingly hollow. My professional life was a paradox—externally successful and internally desolate.

Surrounded by colleagues who seemed equally miserable—sacrificing their health and personal lives for the sake of productivity—I began to question everything. Was this relentless grind truly the "good life" we had all worked so hard to achieve?

The turning point came unexpectedly when I stumbled upon somatic work. It was supposed to be just another method to manage the physical strain of athletic rigor and long hours at a desk, but it transformed everything. This approach didn't just alleviate my discomfort; it recalibrated my entire being. I began to see the world with newfound clarity and vibrance. For the first time, I felt truly present in my own life.

Emboldened by this discovery, I made the audacious decision to leave the tech world behind. I delved into the study of bodywork, fascinated by the profound connection between physical health and emotional well-being. Eventually, I opened a holistic bodywork practice, aiming to help others like myself—high-functioning professionals caught in the relentless pursuit of success at the expense of their health.

Yet, as fulfilling as it was to help clients unwind their physical and emotional knots during one-on-one sessions, I felt called to broaden my impact. I knew there were millions out there, just like me, yearning for a way out of their physical and emotional confines. This realization led me to start my YouTube channel, initially as a way to reach those who could not come to my practice in person.

The leap to digital content was fraught with challenges and the path was lonely. My mentors, entrenched in their traditional ways, could not envision my holistic approach. They advised me to stick to the physical, the tangible. But my gut told me otherwise. My instincts urged me to share the holistic message that had so profoundly impacted my life.

Then the pandemic struck. Literally overnight, I lost everything. The brick-and-mortar practice I’d painstakingly built over more than a decade evaporated in an instant—along with my income. I lost my home, my two best friends, my close community; even my boyfriend left, and my cat died.

I stood at a crossroads, armed only with a conviction in my newfound purpose and no safety net. I doubled down on my commitment to share my message and to my amazement, it resonated deeply, striking a chord with a global audience tired of superficial solutions.

People from all walks of life reached out, sharing stories of their own struggles with anxiety, exhaustion, and physical pain. It was clear: this conversation was necessary, and it was far-reaching.

This journey has been one of immense personal growth and adaptation. Stepping into the unknown, I've had to learn new skills rapidly—from video production to digital marketing. But more importantly, I've learned to trust in the power of my own voice and the insights gleaned from years of both personal and professional experience.

Today, I continue to share my journey and insights, not just as a healer, but as a fellow traveler on the path to wellness. Through my signature programs, I offer not just tools, but a new perspective on health and happiness. It’s a path that has led me not only back to myself but has allowed me to guide others to do the same.

This story isn't just mine; it’s a tapestry woven from the threads of everyone who has joined me along the way. Together, we redefine what it means to live successfully—measured not by accolades and income, but by health, happiness, and the richness of our daily experiences.

Sukie Baxter is a woman with an incredible heart and wisdom beyond her years. She has an amazing ability to focus entirely on the person she is with, listen carefully to him or her and respond in a way that encourages confidence and growth. Not only did I become completely relaxed and calm during my session, but I found myself much more present and accepting of myself. Being around Sukie makes me want to be a better person. I would recommend her to anyone I know.

Coventry J.


  • 9+ years training, teaching and facilitating client sessions as an Embodiment Coach
  • 20 years of study with mentors on subjects spanning from neuroscience, psychology, pain science, animal behavior, health and wellness, herbal medicine, Shamanism, energy healing, therapeutic movement, weight lifting, athletic competition, life coaching and somatic trauma healing (and some other random stuff, I'm sure #lifelonglearner)
  • 15 years of clinical experience seeing clients for integrative bodywork while observing and treating the tension patterns of emotions stored in a person’s body
  • 30+ years of working with, riding, training and studying horses and horse behavior
  • Licensed Large Animal Massage Therapist
  • Lifelong neurodivergent HSP with synesthesia
  • 700 Hour Integrative Bodywork Training
  • Licensed Massage Therapist for 18 years
  • 2 year spiritual mentorship with a Lakota medicine person
  • 15+ years of personal coaching, counseling and mentorships
  • BA in Linguistics
  • Former competitive athlete in equestrian sports, weightlifting and rowing
  • And countless hours of reading, researching, thinking deeply about these topics and engaging with friends or colleagues in conversation around them. Even when they don't want to. Like, at midnight. When I regularly get that urge to solve all the world's problems. #ithappens