Every Girl Living (EGL) is a boutique concierge wellness practice specializing in psychotherapy, life coaching and other wellness services such as yoga and health coaching for women ages 30-55 (and 13-29 this Fall*). Our clients are nurturing, educated and creative. These women are modern; they love to laugh but are still sophisticated. They are natural helpers, which has become a problem because they have often forgotten to take care of themselves. My goal is to help these women become empowered to live authentic and health balanced lives. I help my clients experience joy. EGL is located in Florida and live near the beach.
I had a friend question why I was calling my practice “Every Girl Living”. I want to share my answer so you might get a better idea what I’m going for...
“I’ve connected with “girl” so much because of the work I do. Women are still girls. When I work with women, I help them to deal with the girl within- the one who has often been overlooked, abused, neglected etc. I help them show her compassion and grace. As a result, the woman begins to heal.
Girl is also fun, which is a big part of my brand. I’ve embraced #girlboss on my business card as a way of not taking things too seriously. The work I do is serious, but when clients work with me we also laugh- a lot.
The Every in the name is because it’s inclusive but also since I teach yoga, I want women from every shape, size and ability to feel like they can work with me.”
At some point, I’d like to add merchandise like T-shirt’s, yoga clothes, bags, tumblers etc to our offerings. So, I’d like to use the logo for these items. I’m in the process of creating an interactive journal for my clients, which incorporates the use of QR codes. My logo will be play an important role in the the overall design of this journal. Next year, I will be offering wellness retreats to the line up of services, too. The logo and overall design will be important to the whole brand.
*Also, I will be adding another psychotherapist to work with me this Fall. Her niche will be working females 13-29.
Here’s my website: http://www.everygirl-living.com