Fabulous People: Taylor Stone

Local native Taylor Stone is a former Cardinals NFL Cheerleader, turned Energy Healer, who is teaching women how to get unstuck and reprogram old patterns. She focuses on energetics and mind body medicine, which addresses all areas of life including mindset, thoughts, emotions, stress level and dietary habits. Read more about Taylor Stone…

Hometown: Globe, Arizona

First job: My first job was a lifeguard at the local pool where I spent 3 summers damaging my skin (haha)

Favorite AZ restaurant: True Food Kitchen! Every dish is absolutely delicious and healthy. All the waiters pretty much know me by name since I’m there almost every day.

Person who has impacted your life the most: My fiance Tommy has definitely impacted my life the most. He’s the most driven yet most loving and passionate person I have ever met. He’s helped me grow in ways I didn’t know were possible and he truly practices what he preaches in business and in life.

Your biggest accomplishment in your eyes: I danced for 2 different teams in the NFL and was able to travel and perform across the world because of it. I learned so much about myself and what I’m capable of and also large amounts of work ethic. All you see on TV is the glitz and glamour yet behind the scenes is a lot of grit, grace and so much hard work.

The biggest obstacle you have overcome: The limitations of my own mind and reprogramming it to work for me instead of against me. We all have fear and when we choose to see it as just a mechanism to try to keep us safe, it’s so much easier to say hello to it, thank it, and do the thing anyways.

Someone who inspires you: My dad is a huge inspiration to me because at 64 years old, he does Crossfit daily, runs full marathons, acts in the local theatre, and he just started his own business. This shows me that age is just a number and has nothing to do with what you can and can’t accomplish. That the only limitations are the ones you impose on yourself.

Favorite quote: “The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.” – Carl Rogers

Advice to someone pursuing a career path in what you do: The world needs healing and leaders willing to step up to guide them back to themselves. I believe anyone who feels called to the work of healing is merely being used as a conduit from Source/God/Universe and is a responsibility to not take lightly.

What you think makes someone fabulous: Someone who is authentically and unapologetically who they are and someone who leads with love. Also someone who doesn’t conform to what is expected of them and instead leads with their souls calling.


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