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About Lauryn Lax

Dr. Lauryn Lax is a Doctor of Occupational Therapy, Nutrition Therapy Practitioner, Fitness Professional and Journalist living in Austin, TX. She is the founder of her holistic wellness practice THRIVE Wellness & Recovery (http://meanttothrive.com), specializing in lifestyle redesign, helping others develop a healthy relationship with food, fitness, their bodies and achieve their personal goals. Lauryn earned her Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the University of Texas-Austin, and Doctoral degree at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn. While Lauryn is a healthcare professional, she has also been a writer ‘her whole life.’ Aside from her work with clients, she is a regular contributor to various health and fitness publications, including Paleo Magazine, Optimal Performance Experience, Box Life and WOD Talk magazine, FloElite.com, the CrossFit Games website, Austin Fit magazine (in fact, she interned for Austin Fit during her college days), and, of course, her very own blog: http://meanttothrive.com/blog. For nutrition, fitness, health, writing or speaking inquiries, you can connect with Lauryn via e-mail at Lauryn@MeantToThrive.com

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