Tired of struggling with burnout, low energy, and Weight gain?

I see you. I hear you.

Midlife can be a really challenging time, especially for mothers. It’s the ultimate juggling act, a combination of caring for kids, caring for aging parents, working, overseeing the family and/or home, managing relationships, taking care of yourself (often the last priority), and understanding the shifts in your beautiful, glorious body and all its hormones.

Gone are the days of the passive wellness routine of your youth. Now is the time to take the reins and decide what direction you want your health and wellbeing going. What can you give “future you” today in order to live life the way you want right now and in the years ahead?

There is no one-size-fits-all, cookie-cutter solution for every woman. No sustainable quick fix for weight loss. But together we can design a long-term health and wellness plan that you will actually enjoy, discover your best self with, and thrive with.

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About Margery Tonna

I am a National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach (NBC-HWC), registered yoga teacher (RYT-200), certified Lifestyle Medicine Coach (ACLM), and the founder of Wellness Camp, LLC. I completed a masters program in lifestyle medicine and integrative health & wellness at Creighton University. Prior to this career shift, I worked for more than twenty years in high-tech marketing and burnt out. My journey to heal and recover stoked my passion to help others with the same struggles. I live in Northern California with my husband, our two sons, and our energetic (and very supportive) dog.

I enjoy spending time with my family, especially out in nature hiking, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, snow shoeing, and cross country skiing. I also love fiber arts, painting, and reading. A lifelong learner, I am very passionate about continuing to study health, yoga, meditation, and more.

Degrees & Education

Master of Science, Integrative Health and Wellness, Creighton University

Graduate Certificate, Lifestyle Medicine, Creighton University

Bachelor of Science in Commerce, Marketing, Santa Clara University


Lifestyle Medicine Coach Certificate, Wellcoaches and American College of Lifestyle Medicine

Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate, T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and eCornell, Cornell University

Reversing Type-2 Diabetes, American College of Lifestyle Medicine

Food as Medicine: Nutrition for Treatment and Risk Reduction, American College of Lifestyle Medicine

Food as Medicine: Nutrition for Prevention and Longevity, American College of Lifestyle Medicine

Food as Medicine: Calorie Density, American College of Lifestyle Medicine


Yoga Teacher Training (200 Hours), JOY of Yoga, Jennifer Prugh + Noell Clark

Yoga Teacher Training (300 Hours), JOY of Yoga

Cultivating Compassion Training, The Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE), Stanford University

Yoga for Trauma Recovery Intensive (30 Hours), Joanne Varni + Rebecca Tayebi

Trauma-Informed Yoga Intensive (10 Hours), Joanne Varni

Restorative Yoga Intensive (30 Hours), Joanne Varni

Yoga History & Philosophy; Intro to Sanskrit Pronunciation (18 Hours), Mark Singleton

Yoga and the Pelvic Floor, Leslie Howard

Relax and Renew®, Level 1, Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.D., P.T. and Lizzie Lasater

Basin of Life: The Pelvis is Everything, Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.D., P.T.

Ayurveda Essentials (10 Hours), Bridget Puchalsky, L.Ac., DTCM

Chair Yoga Teacher Training, Lakshmi Voelker Chair Yoga®

Youth Yoga Teacher Training, Little Bea’s School of Yoga, Christina Roberts Enneking

Power of Awareness, Awareness Training Institute x Greater Good Science Center, University of California Berkeley, Jack Kornfield + Tara Brach

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The Why

In today’s culture, many people pride themselves on working long hours, being exhausted, sleeping little, and pushing themselves harder and harder. There’s a price to pay though. And usually that’s one’s health. A life-work balance can feel impossible sometimes. But we do not have to pay the price with our health and wellbeing.


We all need to put our health and wellness first if we are going to be succeed in our various roles. We perform better as spouses, friends, parents, employees, and members of society when we prioritize taking care of ourselves. Poor lifestyle habits are the root of weight gain and many chronic, preventable diseases.


Using what I’ve learned about nutrition, exercise, stress, and sleep through my graduate studies and personal experiences, my life’s purpose is to help people live healthier and happier lives. Drop the extra weight. Get one’s health back. Feel energized. Manage stress. Extend the health-span—your healthy years.

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Work It Out

Staying active does not have to mean hitting the gym or running miles. Find joy doing activities you love and extend your health-span years. Let’s find what works for you.

Change Your Life

If you change nothing, nothing will change. Change is the hard part. I am here to support you with and provide accountability for your health and wellness goals. It’s a partnership.

Start A New Path

Perfection is not sustainable. Flexibility is. Most people give up with an “all or nothing” mindset. Let’s try a healthy new approach towards your goals.

Make Your Way

There is no one-size-fits-all program for health and wellness. Together we can tinker with ideas, incorporate the things you love, and make a wellness strategy you enjoy.