Victoria is a loving and caring trainer who finds great joy in witnessing the spiritual metamorphosis of others. She is passionate about prospering the lives of others by exposing the love, joy, and confidence that is within each person as a child of God so they can achieve their destiny.
She is a family defender that has a mission to do what she can to empower others in bringing families together. She believes that the best way to achieve a goal is to foster and grow a confident and personal relationship with the Savior.
For most of her life, there had been a large gap from where she was and where she wanted to be. When she discovered her personal trainer with Eternal Warriors, she combined the tools and knowledge she obtained from the program and added it to gospel principles she was already living. After years of searching for answers and applying many different programs, the gap finally closed, and she was able to fully spread her wings and fly.
As a mother of four children, she has learned the power of accessing the peace one needs to be calm and receive personal revelation in her parenting, especially with one of her children being a high functioning autistic teen. Her newfound power has been helpful in assisting her children overcome some of their own personal struggles. While there is an array of beauty that comes with having an autistic son, it also comes with a unique set of challenges. With God as her partner, she has been able to find some very successful solutions that have helped bring peace to her home.
In addition to a lifelong pursuit of knowledge and gospel learning, Victoria is currently finishing her degree in Marriage and Family Studies at BYU-Idaho. Other things that have given her invaluable experience include years working with mentally challenged adults and children. She has discovered her own unique parenting style and is working on writing a parenting program so she can share her success with others.
Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin said,
“Wrapped tightly in its cocoon, the developing chrysalis must struggle with all its might to break its confinement. The butterfly might think, Why must I suffer so? Why cannot I simply, in the twinkling of an eye, become a butterfly? Such thoughts would be contrary to the Creator’s design. The struggle to break out of the cocoon develops the butterfly so it can fly. Without that adversity, the butterfly would never have the strength to achieve its destiny. It would never develop the strength to become something extraordinary.”
Options for meeting with Victoria are one-on-one or in a class setting. If she does not have a class time that works in your schedule, contact her to see if she can create one. Additionally, If you would like to see if you and Victoria would make a good team, contact her for a no cost personal consultation.