Meet Stacy

of My Real Fake Life


I help stressed-out, stretched thin and overworked women get back into balance. I help you connect to your body so that you make better choices about the food you eat, the thoughts you think and the way that you move your body.


We all deserve to live lives that are healthy, authentic and empowered, unencumbered by fatigue, self-criticism and doubt. By combining functional nutrition with meditation and gratitude, I can help you reach REAL health - physically, mentally, spiritually and emotionally. 



By way of training I used to be a civil rights litigator in New York City. After my third baby, I took some time off and tried to figure out what I wanted to be when I grew up. With a lot of patience and self inquiry, I went back to school. I became a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, a Certified Masters of Wisdom and Meditation Teacher and a yoga teacher.

I use a holisitic approach to wellness that includes nutritional therapy to identify foundational deficiencies and imbalances in your body. I teach meditation and gratitude skills to help you find more balance and equanimity in life. By learning how to listen to your body, you'll find a deeper, more meaningful connection to your body that will support the foundations of health and prompt your body's natural ability to heal and regulate stress.



I'm a retired attorney, a wife, a mom, a friend, a teacher, a trainer and a coach and all of that keeps me busy AF. Just organizing and keeping track of my kids' schedules is a full-time job. Plus, there's always a deadline at work, groceries need to be picked up or aging parents need attention. As women, we don't do a great job prioritizing our self-care and sometimes, even when we do put ourselves first, nothing changes or we still feel stuck. I like to say, you don't know what you don't know and that's where I come in.

I know this because I've been there myself.  In 2015, I reached a point where I was uncomfortable in my skin regardless of how much I worked out or how many miles I ran.  No matter how "clean" or consciously I ate, I still felt stuck and it started to affect other parts of my life. I was doing everything right but I still felt wrong. I was self-critical and judgmental. And I mean really judgmental.

I finally reached a tipping point and in a moment of clarity and self compassion I realized that I wasn't a failure because I couldn't lose a few pounds or because I ate some carbs!  By using nutritional therapy, meditation & gratitude and movement, plus whole heap of self-compassion I changed the course of my life.

You can, too. And you don't have to do it alone.



As a corporate wellness consultant, I am dedicated to improving employee health, reducing stress in the workplace and creating a healthier work environment. I help people make better choices by providing tangible steps to reach optimal health. As a Certified Masters of Meditation teacher, a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and a former federal civil rights attorney, I bring to the table a practical, holistic approach to wellness that is influenced by my time working in the corporate world.