Helping women to gain insight, grow and thrive

My Coaching Story

Well, hello there, I'm Lisa! If we were sitting across from each other with coffee, you would quickly discover that I am passionate about equipping, empowering and encouraging women to live a life of whole-health, balance and purpose. This means that I am passionate about helping YOU!

This passion has taken many forms in my own life, from homeschooling my kids, to mentoring young moms, to countless hours of volunteer work.  Professionally, I use these passions to develop exercise and nutrition plans, help women organize their homes, lead workshops, speak at group functions, train leadership teams, and teach spiritual formation classes.

With over twenty five years of experience in health, wellness, spirituality and personal development, 

I intentionally coach my clients in a practical way that utilizes both their heads and their hearts.

In addition to my Sociology degree, I am a NBC-HWC (National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach). Additionally, I am trained and certified through the Duke University Integrative Medicine Health Coach Professional Training Program, and keep up to date with the latest health, lifestyle and nutrition trends through persistent research and reading. My goal is to guide people through personal development to realize their full potential!

I first learned about coaching when I hit a physical roadblock in my own life, and was struggling to move through the healing process. A diagnosis of adrenal fatigue, hypothyroidism, and severe hormone imbalance threw my high-energy self for a loop!  The coaching techniques I was taught had a profound impact on my growth and healing. This motivated me to turn my new found passion, along with extensive experience, into a professional career.

I am a wife of 27 years to a hard-working, supportive, triathlete husband...and, yes, I am his nutritionist! I am a mom of two grown, amazing kids forging their unique paths in the world! I love learning, encouraging others, traveling, fellowship, eating cheese and guacamole (but not together), and the exclamation point!

"Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing." 

1 Thessalonians 5:11

Lisa Hagan  |  |  Gilbert, AZ