Her personal work has led to greater health for herself and her son, and a wealth of knowledge about a mind, body, and spirit approach to health and well-being. While she was finishing up her Masters degree at Maryland University of Integrative Health, an instructor shared that she saw Wendy as a Phoenix. This rang true for her, as the story of the Phoenix symbolizes powerful rebirth and beautiful renewal from big challenges. This became her icon — the symbol of how she wants to be in the world. Wendy has experienced life-changing “awakenings” that have allowed her to understand her self-limiting beliefs, as well as her true purpose as a human being. She has learned to live boldly with resilience and openness to truth, as she lives her mission to inspire others to awaken to their true potential. The payoff for herself and her clients is the joy of feeling fully alive. She is a passionate humanist with an open heart, who has realized the importance of embracing her feminine power in order to live her potential.
Update: In October 7, 2017, after returning to the sport of triathlon, Wendy completed an Ironman. Her journey to the finish line was a testament to her belief that when we wake up to our unlimited potential we are capable of way more than we think. Her son with Autism? He is doing very well — a calm and happy soul who is a teacher to everyone he meets.