Thriving Woman Spotlight: Adina Isebelle Ravenswood

Thriving Woman Spotlight: Adina Isebelle Ravenswood
Adina is a pharmacist, holistic health coach, entrepreneur, and bellydancer. She helps women with chronic disease to thrive, by picking up where their doctor leaves off.
Adina Isebelle Ravenswood, Ravenswood Rhythms
What is your mission for your business?

My mission is to help women and girls feel safe and powerful in their bodies, making decisions from a place of strength and confidence.

What is one super tip that you’d like to share with other women in business?

Your body, and how you feel in it, is your business. It’s hard to live your best life when you’re constantly feeling icky. The food you eat is the most impactful place to start.

What makes you a Thriving Woman in Business?

Realizing that I could do more good on the holistic side of health has been very powerful for me and my clients. I am currently thriving with breast cancer and fully believe that the changes I’ve made have saved my life. I want to share this knowledge so other women with chronic disease can live long, healthy lives.

What is one lesson you have learned as a Thriving Woman in Business?

I have learned that relationships are everything. Tapping into my feminine power and delight in connecting with others is what it’s all about.

What have you gained from being a part of the Thriving Women in Business Community?

Strategy for sure, and confidence to keep doing the things that work, even when they’re not working.

How are you or your company engaged in giving/community support?

Every month my company donates to causes around the world that help girls step into their power.

Get Your FREE GIFT from Adina:

I teach a free bellydance class each month, and offer free 20 minute clarity calls to define the next best step to take on the healing journey. Please connect with me on facebook to book a call and / or to find out when the next bellydance class is happening.

Connect with Adina:

“You are a powerful woman. I see you doing the hard things. Keep going, and rest often.” – Adina Ravenswood

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