Karen Mullinax

Certified Holistic Health & Wellness Coach, AADP

Karen was born in Panama, and lived there until the age of 22, when the opportunity presented itself to come to the US. It was a courageous move for a young woman, however, she just followed her path, and now it is very clear to her that she is exactly where she is supposed to be!


After many years of working in the medical field and accounting/tax firms, she finally found her passion which is holistic health, geared towards Maternity care.


Karen loves working out, running, cooking and experimenting in the kitchen, reading, spending time with family and friends, and learning something new all the time!


*Holistic Health Coach, Institute of Integrative Nutrition


*Bachelor degree in Business with Major in Marketing

Phone: 843.683.3571

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From the time Karen was 7 years old, she suffered from frequent severe migraines. Different doctors prescribed different treatments, and every new treatment brought a myriad of side effects, from skin rashes to stomach issues, that left her debilitated and sick. For over twenty years she polluted her body with medications, negative thoughts, and the wrong foods.  


Then life introduced her to Cole, her now husband of 6 years. When they were ready for a baby, they thought it would happen right away; however, it took 12 months for them to conceive both of their children. It wasn’t as easy as ‘stop the pill and pregnancy follows’. They are fortunate to have two healthy and beautiful kids! Karen realized that the way she treated her body during her earlier years, had its effect once she was ready to become a mother.


Deep inside, she always knew there was another way for pregnancy to happen, but it wasn’t until her second baby that she had the opportunity to find the ‘other way’. More natural and less mainstream.

She learned so much and it is her desire to share with other women that, like her, feel the need to treat pregnancy as the most meaningful and marvelous experience, not as a disease.

Karen's Story

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