About Donna

My Approach 


Consider the whole person, determine the root cause, provide support with gentleness and compassion.


Have you lost your sense of purpose and also begun to play Whac-A-Mole with your health?  That’s where I found myself a few years ago.

My lifelong desire was to be a wife and mother.   When I got married and had kids, I thought my dream had come true.  Then, it all fell apart.  I got divorced and spent over a decade as a single mom.  That was not fun.

Years later, I met and married a wonderful man who was also a single parent.  I quit work to stay home with the kids.  Eventually, they all graduated and left home.  My husband was still working, and I was feeling quite alone and unimportant.

I had no idea what to do.  I couldn’t just sit around feeling sorry for myself.  I decided it was time for ME to find new meaning in my life.

So, I went back to school and followed a long-held dream of studying alternative medicine.  Every day I was learning more, and it was all I could talk about.  I think my husband got a little tired of hearing it after a while.

Don’t get me wrong.  My husband was, and is, very supportive.  He just doesn’t LOVE alternative medicine like I do.  He’s been game, though, and we’ve put what I learned to use in our own lives.   My education has helped us safely overcome a variety of health challenges.  My education has served as a great form of health insurance.


This kind of “insurance” has given me better health than many of my peers, but I know true health encompasses more than just physical well-being.  A sense of purpose and meaning is important, too.

I’ve managed to improve my own health and well-being and now have the joy of making a difference in the lives of others.  With renewed confidence and purpose, I’m a far cry from where I was a few years ago.

Does my story resonate with you?  If so, Book Now  for a FREE 30-minute Health and Wellness Assessment to learn how I can help. 


Now’s the time to break free of unhealthy habits and limiting beliefs so you too can feel your best and continue to make a difference in the world. 

Donna Shroyer