All of us have chapters in our lives that close. And when they do, especially if it is a chapter we have known and loved for a long time, it can feel like the whole book is over. That there is nothing left to do. Maybe even nothing left to live for.

But I think each of us has stories in our lives that reflect the fact that the people we are today are not the same people we were a few years ago. We often underestimate our capacity to reinvent ourselves.
— Shankar Vedantam, Host of "Hidden Brain" Podcast

Welcome, I’m Chrissy! AND GUIDING FORMER ATHLETES AND DANCERS TO FIGURE OUT WHAT’S NEXT IN LIFE IS MY JAM.

Every athlete & dancer deserves to feel just as fulfilled off the court, field, or, stage as they were on it. And my entire mission is to make that a reality for those who know they’re meant for nothing less.

There is so much freedom and possibility in the next chapter of life for former athletes, but identity crisis & lack of purpose get in the way.

When injury brought my life as a competitive dancer to an end, I spent years of my life lost. That doesn’t need to be your story too…


 

Just so you know, you are not alone.

 

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There’s a Call to Action…

“Practitioners should help athletes avoid an unfavorable transition pathway by...helping retiring athletes with...identity development and lifestyle management while in sport. Another example is helping retired athletes experiencing identity crisis to analyze resources and new life opportunities, strengthening and broadening their identity.”

— Robert J. Schinke, Natalia B. Stambulova, Gangyan Si, & Zella Moore, International Journal of Sport and Exercise Physiology