Today Ashley is joined for a Bizzimumzi chat with Bethany C. Meyers, founder & CEO of the online sensation, Be.Come Project, an in-demand master fitness instructor, entrepreneur, and LGBTQIA+ advocate. They are known for being a pioneer in the body-neutrality space, which consists of the general idea that one shifts their thoughts about their body from criticism and possible hatred to a neutral state. Meyers’s unique approach to movement awakens clients in profound ways, and their voice stands apart in the fitness world as a leader in dismantling beauty standards. Meyers is also the global ambassador for the PUMA Studio Collection, featured globally in campaigns and activations to support the collection, sharing the message of body neutrality and self-love.
This bizzi chat is filled with Bethany’s journey of trying to conceive, dealing with a miscarriage and now 23+ weeks carrying they rainbow baby. Bethany shares the rollercoaster of emotions dealt and how they are managing it all.
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