Coaching for people who want to get back to their life without arthritis holding them back.
Because we’re too young for that bullshit.
It feels cosmically unfair to be in your 20s and 30s and find yourself suddenly relating to your grandma’s aches and pains.
One day you take the dog on a 2 km walk, the next you’re limping into work.
Another time it starts with a slight ache, a stiffness, a warmth and builds over days or weeks until your whole body is on fire.
You start medication or get your dose adjusted, and after weeks it finally starts to feel like it is working. And it is amazing. You can actually function again. But you’re still not yourself.
It’s not that you’re in pain. You don’t need a medication adjustment. You’re just… not yourself. There’s a spark missing. The arthritis is still holding you back.
Hi! Samantha here,
I am a registered dietitian and I have psoriatic arthritis. I had my first flare when I was 24. I know what it’s like to feel full body pain and to fear that it’s never going to get better. I know the odd shame that you feel when you try to explain it to someone – because you’re young and you look fine.
But I also know that it doesn’t need to control your life. You are not at the mercy of PsA. Even through flare and medication changes, there are things you can do to help yourself feel better.
My mission is to help people with inflammatory arthritis get unstuck and empower them to continue living their lives fully. I love seeing people reconnect with their intuition through mindfulness and I am passionate about distilling health and nutrition information so you can actually use it.