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I'm Tierney.  Lover of sun-catchers, kale chips, bare feet in sand, holding little hands, apple cider vinegar, Celtic blessings, and watching the waves.

For me, there is nothing better than choosing kindness as a lifestyle, getting to glimpse those moments when sorrow and joy embrace, witnessing another overcome obstacles, finding personal interior freedom, and diving into the nitty gritty of what makes us healthy. 

For my own journey, I get to walk closely with my husband and two children.  We are most often found in the middle of a family dance party or exploring the beauty of creation. Long story short--I am grateful for this imperfect and beautiful life.

Tierney's Professional and Personal Experience


Tierney holds a Masters in Faith and Health and a Masters in Christian Formation from North Park Theological Seminary, as well as a Masters level Certification in Spiritual Direction from the John C. Weborg Center for Spiritual Direction from North Park Theological Seminary. She began her wellness coaching as a Certified Wellness Coach through WellCoaches Inc., and held certification through the American College of Sports Medicine for Personal Training. Tierney is a facilitator of Advocacy for Victims of Abuse through the Evangelical Covenant Church, and is a facilitator for Mending the Soul through Mending the Soul Ministries Inc. She has a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology and is a Certified Non-Profit Professional through the Axelson Center for Nonprofit Management through North Park University.  


Tierney has been honored to walk alongside many groups and individuals through her career as a health and wellness professional. She has been a wellness coach, spiritual director, and personal trainer to community members of a medical fitness facility, corporate fitness facilities, and students and professors in a collegiate setting. Tierney has acted as a director and influencer of health and wellness for retirement communities nationwide as well as a developer of wellness philosophies. She has been a guest lecturer at the North Park Theological Seminary Faith and Health Symposium, a guest speaker on behalf of Advocacy for Victims of Abuse for Covenant Women Ministries, and a guest speaker for Christian camps on the understanding of and healing from trauma.


Cheering others on to find health, healing, and wholeness is not only Tierney's vocational calling, but also a result of her personal life experiences. She has encountered numerous pivotal moments of personal brokenness, trauma, loss, hardship, and illness. Each obstacle has lead Tierney to dig deeper into what it means to be healthy; to be whole. In each season, she has found that acceptance of reality offers interior freedom, interior freedom offers the ability to embrace hope, and hope offers space to move forward into life-affirming rhythms which lead to greater health and happiness. Most importantly, it is in relationship--with self, with God, with others, and with creation--that we will find the full expression of wholeness as we seek to honor this gift we've been graced with; this life that we breathe.

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