We had the good fortune of connecting with Jasmine Morrow and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Jasmine, where are your from? We’d love to hear about how your background has played a role in who you are today?
I definitely would call myself a Southern California native. I was born in South Carolina but my family moved to Oceanside, Ca when I was still a baby and I’ve spent the past 29 years here. As a kid, my brother and I were very active. I was involved in Track and Field, Cheerleading and Dance classes throughout my entire childhood. Fitness was just so natural. I was always the tall skinny girl growing up, but enjoyed working out and being the best at whatever I put my time and efforts into.
I can remember being in middle school and going to the gym with my mom. We would participate in aerobics classes and spin classes. When I got into High school, my sole focus was on cheerleading. Year round I was doing whatever I could to better myself. That included yoga classes 2-3 times per week, weight training and conditioning. It’s always just been so natural.
As I entered my 20’s I never lost sight of the fitness mindset. I found new passions around health and wellness including self-care and nutrition and dove right in. Being introduced to health and fitness at a young age definitely helped shaped me into the wellness Coach I am today. It’s truly ingrained in me and a huge part of who I am.
What should our readers know about your business?
Over the past few years I have continued to grow my health and wellness coaching practice. . Throughout Covid, I have been able to transition to online/virtual coaching that includes shifting the mindset for lasting habit change, personalized fitness routines and guidance on individualized meal prepping. Although I’ve always wanted a virtual business, it’s been tough! The market is saturated and often times people are looking for quick fixes to their unhealthy habits. What I offer is so much more than losing weight. I’m offering a complete lifestyle change where you become the center and we dive into what works and doesn’t work so you can see lasting results. I’ve been working with clients how to manifest the things they want in life starting with living a healthy lifestyle. My goal is get people, mainly women, to start investing back into themselves rather. I’d love to see women get away from fad diets and take over the health and wellness world.
I’m also very excited to announce that I’m also in the process of launching a self care kit that will include customized bath bombs, shower steamers, candles and 21 day self care calendar that will give folks ideas on how to start taking some time for themselves.
Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
Oh this is such a tough question. There are many possibilities! We’d definitely get in some good hiking at Mt. Rubidoux in Riverside and hit Manhattan Beach for maybe a morning or evening workout. I haven’t been in forever but I’m definitely hitting Knott’s Berry Farm for some roller coasters.
Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
I would definitely be lying if I said I did this all on my own. My credit my drive and passion for health and wellness to my beautiful parents. They have always been super supportive of me being active. They never pushed me to do anything I didn’t want to do when it came to sports. Instead they invited me to try new things. Invited/ introduced me to new things and let me make decisions on my own. Without their love and financial investments into me as child, I don’t think I would be where I am today.