Alexandria is a wellness counselor and speaker who specializes in movement, nutrition, and mental health and wellness. She dedicates her life to researching and supporting the well being of individuals, businesses, and wellness centers. Her love of science joins her personal development education to create measurable and sustainable improvements in the lives of others.
With multiple certifications in personal development & wellness, meditation & yoga, fitness instruction, and nurition, she uses an interdisciplinary approach for her private and corporate clients in Dubai, Paris, London, and Los Angeles. Her philosophy teaches others how to make real-time adjustments to their internal and external environments after strengthening their mind and body awareness.
She discovered an affinity for biology at UC Berkeley during her undergraduate years and went on to study Nutritional Science at Cornell then Food & Health with Stanford University School of Medicine. Later she studied Anatomy under Stanford's Division of General Medical Disciplines in the Department of Medicine, Occupational Health & Surgical Anatomy. Ever the eager learner, Alexandria is currently working towards her M.Sc. in Clinical Psychology as she continues her ongoing education in mental health and physical fitness. In addition to her current work, she would like to earn a doctoral-level research position where she plans to focus her work on optimizing neurocognitive function through the interdependent relationship between physical health and mental health outcomes.
Alexandria teaches professional athletes, executives, fitness professionals, students, business owners, private individuals, and also supports large companies and organizations to integrate wellness practices into their culture.