Sometimes, people seek a new direction to gain more satisfaction and answer the questions that often distort their everyday lives. This is when they need someone to help them get back on the road to an abundance of health, mental peace, and happiness.
To ensure no one is left behind, Jessica launched her website, lightafirelife.com, which encompasses a massive resource library of blogs, podcasts, tips, event information, challenge sign-ups, lifestyle products, and more. Light a Fire is committed to helping people elevate and maximize their health, wellness, and happiness.
Jessica LeCheminant is the certified health coach, behavior change specialist, and founder of Light a Fire. After going through her fair share of struggles, she took a few steps back, gathered the courage to rise again, and lit a fire that showed her the track she had lost. Now she’s holding a torch to help others find the spark to light their fire and discover their own personal evolution.
Light a Fire started as an initiative to help people get back to the basics and learn how to build healthy habits in order to maximize their health, wellness, and happiness. However, it has now turned into a movement attracting people from all walks of life looking to elevate themselves.
“Born from moments that should have torn me down, I decided to turn my previous professional dance career and love for movement into a life of living as the greatest versions of myself and then using that to help others,” said Jessica.
She adds, “LAF is about using our bodies, minds, and attitude to create a healthy and happy life. It’s about learning what really works and how to make it work for you. Remember that life is beautiful if you can just discover and master the art of lighting the fire within.
Light a Fire is here to provide people with solutions and a roadmap to living a better life. The website serves as the ultimate resource to help people break through limiting beliefs to experience personal growth. It is the perfect place to find answers and guidance for those who need more in their lives.