Meet the Founder

Shamyra is a self-care and mental health advocate, educator, and 4x author. She gives Black women, in leadership positions, a MENTAL MAKEOVER by showing them how to make self-care non-negotiable so they are emotionally whole and no longer suffering in silence, which leads to fatigue and burnout. Shamyra shows her clients how to UPGRADE their self-care practice from Awesome to Amazing. And she champions for ALL women to show up for THEMSELVES the way they serve others. Shamyra is the mama of two amazing boys, Ascher (age 8) and Asa (age 6) who an important part of “her why” — why she does the work she does. She is a Charlotte native, with a mission to not only inspire but to also offer strategies and tools that spark mindset shifts that are critical for lifestyle transformation. 
Before entering the world of entrepreneurship, Shamyra spent over ten years as a successful sales and marketing professional and another five years in health and wellness outreach. Leaving the corporate world and deciding to pursue the passion God placed in her heart and spirit, on a full-time basis, was truly a faith move. But Shamyra knew it was time to use her story to serve others. Having experienced her own life-altering traumas, she was led her on a healing journey that transformed pain into purpose and fueled her heart for serving Black women leaders who serve others to be emotionally healthy and whole. 
She has firsthand experience with how mindset can either facilitate or hinder the transformation process. Because of this, Shamyra provides education, session-work, and professional development focused on the importance of developing non-negotiable self-care as a lifestyle for spiritual, mental and physical health and healing; compassion fatigue and burnout prevention; and "Mental Makeover" sessions.

Shamyra has also published two interactive books: "Breaking Bad: 21 Days to Break a Habit" and "Boundless by Birthright Inspirational Journal" in support of her mission and most recently co-authored a feelings journal for kids experiencing separation and divorce, with her sons Ascher and Asa.