Woman Wednesday: Ale

Q and A with Ale from Mexico City, Mexico

“Life is tough, yes, but if there weren’t challenges, life would be so boring.”

Q: Tell us about yourself.

A: I always was very passionate about dancing, and when I finished college, I decided to open a dance studio. A lot of students struggled with their weight, had a very negative mindset about their bodies, struggled a lot with stress, and sometimes their moms didn’t cooperate with all that.

Thanks to my dance studio, which I closed during the pandemic, I decided to study for a master’s in nutrition and got certified as a health coach, studied mindfulness, and was certified again as a mind-body functional health coach. Since the dance studio, my mission was always to help others be much more confident and make their health and wellness a priority. My new passion as a coach has been amazing and so transformative for me and others. My passion for dancing has been transformed into neuro dance (neuroscience + dancing) and I include in my practice breathing techniques and most important, hemp CBD because of how wonderfully it impacts our overall health.

Neurodance is basically the connection between neuroscience and dancing. It’s a deeper connection between your mind, body, and spirit; it’s a symbolic way of expressing emotions and reliving trauma. It’s super interesting how movement can be so therapeutic. In Mexico, THC is illegal, so any tincture, gummy, or capsule we have is free of THC. This is a project I am super passionate about, and the people that are part of it are so great. CBD has benefits overall health because of how it works in the body.

Q: What were your younger years like?

A: It’s curious. Since I was 3 years old, I used to play I was a teacher. As a coach, you educate a lot, and since I was little, I’ve always been open to transformation and always aligned with something transcendence. Make a difference in my community and globally.

Q: What is something valuable you’d like others to know?

A: Life is not static, and we come to enjoy life. Allow yourself to transform, be authentic, and always do what you love, what is aligned with your core values, and what you feel and what your intuition tells you is your mission in this life. Life is tough, yes, but if there weren’t challenges, life would be so boring. What has brought so much joy in my life is learning to neutralize what has happened to me. See life as a sum of experiences that build you up, and maybe this can be of help to you.

Becoming a mom was the best thing that has happened to me, and at the same time, the most challenging one. I was super independent before, and in a certain way, that independence is restricted. Thanks to mindfulness, I learned to be much more flexible and compassionate. And both of my kids have been my greatest teachers.

Q: What does feminism mean to you?
Feminism, for me, means freedom. Freedom to be a woman, a mom, an entrepreneur, a sister, a wife, and much more. To express myself and to follow my dreams. It means building tribes with other women and empowering ourselves, instead of gossiping and screwing others. And it means showing my son that there’s a perfect balance between men and women, and we should all respect each other and be fair and just.

Fun fact: I studied physics engineering, and what I’ve told you is to show you that, YES! You can follow your dreams and transform in time.

Q: What is it like in Mexico City?

A: Mexico City has tons of things to do and is comfortable, but to be honest, I never wanted to live here. I wanted to live in a place where I can travel easily and learn a lot from other cultures. What I do love is the weather; it’s never extremely hot or cold.

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