• Meet Abigail

    Becoming Whole

  • Meet Abigail

    My name is Abigail. I am a wife, mom of 4, Ballerina, Pilates Instructor, and expert learner. I am here to share my journey to become a more critical and wise thinker, have a whole mind and body, and be strong physically and spiritually. As I have journeyed thus far in my life I am coming to the place of realizing how important each of those things is. I have dealt with many challenges that have continued to point me to God and strengthen my purpose in life. I hope to share what I have learned and what I am learning as I seek to follow God’s heart and help others with my experiences.


    My first interest in health came from being a ballet dancer as a young girl. At 15 I struggled with anorexia and disordered eating and thinking. My love for health took a negative turn and it took years to get my thinking and body back to working order. This is a huge reason why I seek to be a critical and wise thinker. It is crucial for us women to take every thought captive and to ask questions of ourselves and the world around us. As a girl, I prayed for wisdom and I continue to pray for that today. I seek to get to the root of lies women believe and how to protect our thinking.

    As I recovered from my eating disorder my health was not the same. I went through multiple doctors and specialists who all gave me different diagnoses and feedback that all ended up with “ I don’t know what’s wrong with you, but let’s say you have IBS and here are some prescription pain meds and an antidepressant because we think it is in your head”. So comforting. So that led me on a journey to be my own health advocate, research, learn about the body, and ultimately help myself heal and be whole. And I feel called to share that with others. I let others make health decisions for me for too long because I was afraid. I want to help you to make health decisions for yourself and be empowered with knowledge to make those decisions without fear.

    After I graduated from TCU with my ballet degree ( because yes, I did overcome my eating disorder and was able to dance again) I pursued a certification in Pilates from The Physical Mind Institute. Taking care of our physical body is very much connected to our mind and spiritual health too. I want to be whole physically and spiritually and I want to help others on the road to achieving that too. It is not about perfection, but it is about the growing, learning, and strengthening that happens as we let God into every area: True Thinking. Whole Spiritually. Strong Physically.


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