Bethany Holmes is a Lifestyle Stylist who specializes in home decor and fashion, as well as a certified Holistic Health Coach, Wellness Blogger and Production Fit Model. She obtained her coaching certification from The Institute of Integrative Nutrition in New York City. After undergoing emergency brain surgery to save her life from a hemorrhage in 2015, Bethany began a healing journey and found inspiration in promoting health and wellness to help others live their best lives. Bethany is passionate about fostering greater consciousness and awareness in the areas of our environment, style, and health. She enjoys helping people feel thier best through creating beautifully aesthetically pleasing spaces that are energetically aligned, and refreshing their wardrobes to embody timeless essentials. She believes you can heal and thrive through creating more beauty in your life. Bethany provides individualized 1:1 services and group courses to assist individuals in attaining optimal well-being, and to reach their highest potential.
Do you have any guilty pleasures or is it important for you to live this life 24/7? How do you view “guilty pleasures”?
What does wellness mean to you?
Have you always been into wellness or did you one day realize the importance of it?
Experiencing emergency brain surgery in 2015 was a significant catalyst for me to focus on my holistic well-being. This life-altering event made me realize the value of life and the significance of taking care of my mind, body, and soul daily by implementing healthy choices and routines. Consequently, I made several lifestyle changes, such as altering my diet, incorporating meditation and journaling into my daily routine, engaging in Pilates three to four times a week, establishing personal boundaries, and surrounding myself with supportive individuals.
How do you get back on track once you fall off the wagon?
I simply remind myself of the person I am striving to become and what I want to achieve. I understand that in order to reach my objectives, I must dedicate myself to the hard work required to attain them. Keeping the ultimate outcome in mind motivates me to persevere even when things feel difficult.