We create healing experiences. We provide the tools needed to be empower and inspired people to become a better version of themself


Meet the TEAM 



Chef Wilizé Maleombho- CEO

Chef Wilizé Maleombho  is a multi-faceted woman whom  received her B.A  in Behavioral Neuroscience with an orientation in both nutrition and Human nutrition at Northeastern University (Boston, MA). She is currently a candidate for the M.S Nutrition Therapy program  at Bridgeport univeristy. In addition she has established a strong background in the culinary arts after having  worked  as a cook then a chef in various restaurant.  

Wilizé  utilizes her strong  background in both the sciences and the culinary arts to lead her wellness workshop. She hopes to help people all over the globe obtain a better sense of health both mentally and physically.   


Marie Kouasi- Health and wellness, Lifestyle Writer

Marie is a passionate woman who has achieved a B.A in international business followed by a Master degree in Business Management at Louvain School of Management in Belgium.

Marie is a travel enthusiast. She has lived in three different continents where she has experienced exciting adventures and has gained knowledge and open-mindedness on various cultures. Marie is a self-taught nutrition and holistic health enthusiast who is willing to inspire people to achieve the best version of themselves.


Ashia Ezekial -Maternity Lifestyle writer

Ashia Ezekiel has studied human Development at Tufts University and spent over 4 years caring for infants, toddlers, and young children between Los Angeles and Boston. 

Ashia is a new mother. Becoming a mother has expanded her perspective of the practical spiritual tools mothers can use to release stress and experience more joyful and peaceful moments with their children. 


Jewell CopelanD-Lifestyle Writer

Jewell Copeland graduated from Cal State Long Beach with a BA in psychology, has a professional background in behavioral therapy and currently works in social services for commercially sexually exploited youth. 

Jewell has learned to use her background and education to cope through her writing, and has taken a personal interest in poetry and short stories.  It is her hope to be able to teach at risk youth how to express their emotions through written art as well. Jewell is  excited to share her experiences with other women of color and is dedicated to becoming an example of happiness, growth, and love to all of the exploited youth she has had the honor of working with. 


Maryam Abdul Karim-Lifestyle writer 

Maryam Abdul Karim received her BA in Sociology from UCLA and focused her research on identity politics. She is also a creative writer; writing has given her the voice to speak her deepest thoughts that she felt she was kept from expressing as a younger child and young adult. Maryam has worked as a tutor and mentor for young children and teens. She volunteers in teaching yoga to preschool students in order to establish self love practices in young children. She uses these various studies and practices to address mental health and positive body awareness in nuanced ways. 

Her long term goals include getting her MS in Marriage, Family, and Child therapy and starting her own holistic practice.