hello, beautiful!

Yes, I'm talking to you. And if you haven't been told recently, let me be the first to say, you truly are beautiful! 

Beautifully Strong’s goal is for you to start looking in the mirror and seeing how absolutely amazing you are! I want you to begin understanding that there is not just one standard definition of what beauty looks like or one dress size that is considered perfect. When you work your ass off and lose 5 pounds or do 10 push ups in a row for the first time, I want you to be proud and say, "Wow, I feel great" rather than, "I could still do better". 

All bodies are beautiful. And I’m here to help you change your mindset so you can see yourself in a more empowering light.

I will be here for you every step of the way providing you with motivation, workouts and yoga classes, recipes and nutritional advice. Together, we will reach all of your goals, increase your self-love and help you feel more comfortable in your skin! 

So, if you’re ready to become beautifully strong, let’s get started!


Taylor Deeds

Who am I? My name is Taylor Deeds. I am a personal trainer and yoga instructor, a foodie who is learning to deal with my various food restrictions, an embracer of my juicy booty and lack of an inner thigh gap, as well as a firm believer that women are the most powerful beings on this planet! But sadly, we are made to think otherwise.

We are constantly told by the media how we should look, act and think:

  1. We should be size 0s with absolutely no curves. 

  2. And on the other hand, our boobs need to be bigger… but God forbid we show a little cleavage. 

  3. Cellulite is forbidden! If you have it, you’re an abomination to society (which I guess means we have to wear pants and turtle necks all summer. Grrrreat!). 

  4. Our hair can't be too short. It automatically means you either like women (which isn’t a bad thing) or take yourself too seriously.

  5. And, don't even think about being strong. Whether it's your body or personality, being strong makes you too manly or a bitch!

    Well I say screw that!