About Julianne McElroy
Julianne McElroy is a lifelong educator. She started her professional life as a school teacher. After becoming a Certified Human Behaviorist, she partnered with a local psychotherapist to teach life skills and relationship strategies to students. As a homeschool parent, she served in a community leadership position. Her desire has always been to educate others and partner with them on their desired paths for learning.
In 2012, her husband, John, was diagnosed with Stevens-Johnsons syndrome an auto-immune condition that destroyed his digestive system from the mouth down, triggered by taking a normal dosing of an OTC pain relief medicine. Subsequently, it was found that he had Mercury poisoning, EBV, Lyme disease, and, cancer. Since that time, Julianne uses her six years of research, mentoring from practitioners, and time spent in the lab with world class PhD chemists and researchers to help others on their wellness journeys. She shares the discoveries through an organizational path she developed for those pursuing wellness.
As a Certified Ayurvedic Specialist, she is dedicated to others not enduring the same tragedies her family experienced. As a Certified Aroma Freedom Technique Practitioner, Julianne is privileged to share space with others as she guides them through a process that helps them to release emotional blockages which hold them back in life. She also helps people release the emotions that surround trauma through the Traumatic Memory Release Technique.
Julianne is offering wellness coaching services for individuals and organizations in her new home in Northern Delaware as well as her young living partners and members in her previous hometown, in North Carolina.
As Founder and CEO of Lifespring, LLC and a John Maxwell Team member, she is passionate about coaching members in her private community dedicated to their choices on their health journeys. Julianne is also thrilled to spread the message that everyone can “Change Your Mind, Change Your Health, Change Your Life” nationwide working with groups and corporations to improve employee health and wellness through keynotes, wellness events, and workshops.
Now a student in a Naturopathic Doctoral program, she is sharpening her knowledge to deliver the top wellness strategies to clients. For fun, she enjoys visiting herbal farms, preparing new recipes for friends and family, and searches the globe for tools to help her clients thrive. Because of the loss of her husband in 2017, it is her desire that no one suffers the tragedy that she and her children have. She knows the power in what has been provided in the world to keep people well and living the best life available to them. She intends to take something tragic and turn it to something beautiful through her community.