Welcome to Cultivate Balance Health and Wellness Coaching. 

Hi, I’m Chelsea.

As a health and wellness coach and migraine coach, I’m all about helping people like you make positive, lasting changes so that they can live the happiest, healthiest life possible. 

Are there things that you know you need to do for yourself, but never quite get around to? Maybe starting a yoga practice, reducing stress surrounding work, or addressing a challenging relationship? 

That’s what I support people with. I take a holistic approach to wellness by looking at all aspects of your life – we’ll tackle whatever it is that is standing in your way from being the best, most vibrant you possible. 

As your coach, I help you to figure out what you want out of life, and then I support you in taking action – with simple, effective steps you can actually take right now to move towards a more balanced life.

You’ll be amazed at how big of a difference a few, seemingly small, steps can make. It’s all about the simple things that accumulate to not just change your life, but to transform it. 

Let's do this together. I'm excited to meet you and join you on your journey.

-Chelsea Clark                                                                                                     Master of Arts, Health and Wellness Coaching                                   Certified Holistic Health Coach

Are you ready to find out how you can cultivate a life that is happy, healthy and balanced? 



Find out about my own health and wellness journey and how I was drawn to become a health coach.

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Talking with Chelsea is like talking to a friend. She is kind, caring, and whole-hearted. Chelsea set me up for success – she acknowledged where I was, and helped break down each task into manageable pieces so that implementing the strategies we talked about felt very doable. She helped me get ahead of stressors, so that they no longer had a hold on me. This resulted in more space in my body, which allowed me to breathe deeper and feel healthier overall.
— Lauren (Phoenix, Maryland)