Julia Mancuso - Olympic Gold Medalist - Health Coach
Julia is a product of the joy found in her pursuits and her ability to never place a ceiling on her potential. The most decorated Olympic female American alpine skier – broke into the World Cup at age 15 after having grown up in a family whose active lifestyle was infused in everything they did. It’s not surprising that Julia looked to her older sister as inspiration and set her sights first on matching her skiing prowess. Despite dominating the Junior World Championships as a teenager, Julia didn’t find herself on the World Cup podium until realizing that being the best wasn’t about beating older and more experienced competitors. It was about being the best Julia she could be. And it worked. “Super-Jules” – as she is called by her teammates – has an on-snow resume boasting seven World Cup wins, five World Championship podium finishes and four Olympic medals, including a gold in the giant slalom at the 2006 games in Turin, Italy. And while others have called her wins unexpected, Julia’s success comes as no surprise to her. While Julia always has her eyes on the next big race, her life pursuits cover a much broader spectrum.Julia's passion for healthy living was sparked even more after dealing with her recent injury and surgery this past year. She attended the Health Coach institute to refine her coaching skills and is passionate about spreading her love of safe and beneficial products.
April Mancuso Reynolds - Doctor
April defies all odds when it comes to energy and passion. At a young age she knew her purpose in life was to serve others. After following her passion for ski racing, she decided to go to school to become a doctor. Between juggling school and getting silver at NCAA championships for University of Utah, she also found time to create LIV NGO and donate time to volunteer physician mission trips such as Operation Rainbow. Now Dr. April Mancuso Reynolds works full time as a specialized PM&R doctor, while raising their 2 beautiful boys, and finding the time to spread her love for safe and non-toxic products.
Torah Bright - Olympic Gold Medalist - Health Coach
Torah Bright exists in a category all of her own. A snow lover since birth, Torah was skiing at age 2 and by 11, she had broken into the snowboarding scene. Torah joined the Roxy team in 1999 and has gone on to dominate competitions around the world, including the TTR World Tour, Global Open Series, FIS World Cups, Winter X Games, and of course, podium finishes at two Winter Olympics, taking home the gold in 2010 and silver medal in 2014. Torahs passion for health and wellbeing inspired her to take on Health Coaching with Julia and sharing her love for safe everyday health and beauty products.
Rowena has a big heart and a temperament that never gives up. She decided at 4 years old she was going to the Olympics. This declaration led her to every sport she could try, and very quickly alpine ski racing became the only thing she could dream about. Through many obstacles she fulfilled a lifelong dream. After competing in the 2002 Olympics, Rowena accept a scholarship to the University of Utah and was part of the winning NCAA championship team. Rowena, an artist and entrepreneur at heart, studied Interior Design and went on to run a one woman Interior Design business for the past ten years. She and her husband Rob, are raising three wild and beautiful boys. They love to teach their boys by exploring the mountains, lakes, forest, oceans and deserts of the earth. Along with being a mother, Rowena has found that her true passion lies in health and wellness and empowering people to become who they were meant to be. She lives this passion by educating on hidden toxins and sharing info about the products she loves.