Cassie Bash

Bachelor of Science in Nutrition & Health Sciences from University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Hi! My name is Cassie. I earned my Bachelor’s in Nutrition and Health Sciences from the University of Nebraska- Lincoln. One of my favorite classes was Physiology. I find the human body fascinating! We each only have one body of our own to care for, so why not care for it in the best ways possible? I look forward to supporting you in this journey!

Are you a new mom trying to adjust to parenthood? Perhaps you are adding additional children to your already established clan. As a new mom myself, I know it can be a challenge to continue to take care of yourself while your family relies on you. Napping seems like a distant dream. Eating regular balanced meals feels impossible; especially with those picky eaters in the household. With all other duties, it feels there is no time left in your day to exercise. Through small steps, you can navigate your way to more balanced path. Your care for yourself directly impacts your ability to care for your family! I would like to walk alongside you as you discover what a healthy balanced life looks like for you.

Maybe you already have the basics of your wellness routine established, but you want to take it to that next level? As runner who has participated in multiple long-distance races, I am passionate about pushing yourself to that next level. If you want to have a training partner to help you achieve your exercise goals, whatever the activity may be (running, swimming, biking, etc.), I would love to be that person.

So, moms, whether you are just trying to rebalance your life with children or you are ready to take your wellness to that next level, I want to be by your side. It’s time to invest in yourself so that you can be a great example and caregiver for your family.

“Motherhood is a great honor and privilege, yet it is also synonymous with servanthood. Every day women are called upon to selflessly meet the needs of their families. Whether they are awake at night nursing a baby, spending their time and money on less-than-grateful teenagers, or preparing meals, moms continuously put others before themselves.” -Charles Stanley

Disclaimer: Although I have a degree in Nutrition, I am not a Registered Dietitian and cannot provide individualized nutrition counseling or medical advice.

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