We are a team of change-makers, offering a safe space at the individual, family, and small-group level. Our programs inspire children and adolescents to love themselves and embrace feel-good habits in a community built upon creativity, friendship, acceptance, curiosity, and love.
“My child was looking for a place to belong. I was searching for the space for them to feel confident and worthy. We found exactly that with this community. I am forever grateful.”
Let’s shake up some energy, together!
Our vision is for every child to experience what it means to be and to have a friend through daily practices of movement, mediation, play and nutrition.
Our mission is to support children and adolescents in embracing their whole selves through proactive, heart-centered well-being services.
Our goal is to plant heart-centered seeds within as many children as we can. We strive towards creating systemic change that offers a world committed to treating self and others with care.
“This community has meant a lot to my family. I can see the direct line of support for my children, starting from their preschool years all the way until high school graduation. I feel such ease and comfort with having Trust Your Gut as part of our village. The experiences are heart-warming and character-building. Reach out to Kelly and the team, you won’t regret it.”
“I wanted my teen to have an adult she trusted, one where she felt compelled to lean in when guidance was offered. I have found a true gem with Kelly. Not only does my teen really enjoy her time in the virtual program, but she is also developing new daily habits that support her feeling good in her body and mind. It’s incredible to witness the changes.”
We firmly believe in the importance of childhood and want to create the space where all kids can find their rhythm and all teens can learn to love themselves.
Where does my child belong?
Are you looking to support your child’s social emotional development?
Is your tween in need of kind friendships and healthy relationships?
Is your heart breaking watching your teen in constant pain?