Paula Stephens

Paula Stephens, M.A. supports the courage to use healthy behaviors and radical self-care to empower us through grief recovery. By realizing the importance of self care during grief we avoid suffering secondary losses to health status and quality of life as a result of the loss of our loved one. Paula has a Masters Degree in Exercise Physiology and currently teaches in the Human Performance & Sport Department at Metro State University in Denver. She is a Certified Personal Trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), a Certified Wellness Coach and 200 hour RYT Yoga Instructor. She has also been featured in MindBodyGreen, Elephant Journal, Tiny Buddha, the Huffinton Post and has been a fitness writer and video talent for Paula is an inspirational speaker on the topic of grief recovery as well as many health & wellness topics. Paula created Crazy Good Grief to show that we can’t simply move on after loss, but we can simply move to help us through loss. This concept of radical self care in the face of deep grief is a cutting edge approach that is just now coming to light through her work.


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Is Grief Making You Feel Sick?

Recently I got an email from a woman who had lost her son a few years ago. She openly shared how much she had aged fast since her son’s passing. […]

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