I work hand in hand with you, every step of the way, to create positive spaces mentally and physically.  



Refresh your space.  When everything you own has a place, you eliminate the chaos and clutter that is holding you back from the life you want. Let's work together to create your Positive Spaces.

Health Coaching

You don't need to change everything to make yourself feel better.  Let's start with one simple change and build on that...which overtime, will create a bigger, lasting impact, that is sustainable for the rest of your life.  Nows the time to become the you that you want to be.

Massage Therapy

Integrating a variety of massage modalities including Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point therapy and Shiatsu in a 60, 75 or 90 minute session in the comfort of your home.  Relax, unwind and release the knots and tension you are holding in your body.


"Organizing and decluttering isn't simply about finding a new place for objects, but about looking at these objects analytically with an understanding of where they belong in relation to your journey with them. Through working with Vanessa I was finally able to address chronic areas of clutter and turn their stagnation into areas that maximized the flow of positive energy. I feel lighter and open to possibility thanks to this change!"


Spend less time looking for lost items

Spaces to support you in daily goals

Discover more time to do the things you enjoy

Establish healthy habits

Expand positive energy

Experience more restful sleep

Honor the possessions you value most

Improve the quality of your relationships

Increase focus + concentration

Inspire creativity

Learn new skills + strategies

Model positive habits for children

Nurture your body, mind + spirit

Practice mindfulness

Preserve positive memories

Reduce overwhelm, stress, and fatigue

Reflect who you are in your home design

Release shame

Save money and be a conscious consumer

Simplify cleaning maintenance


The first step in crafting the life you want is to get rid of everything you don’t.
— Joshua Becker