About Rochelle

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Rochelle Lacey, MS, RD, ACSM-HFS is a Registered Dietitian, Wellness Specialist and personal trainer.  Her academic career has focused on nutrition throughout.  She holds a Master’s of Science in Nutritional Biology (International emphasis) from UC Davis, a Bachelor’s of Science in Nutrition from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and completed a highly competitive Dietetic Internship program at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Medical Center.  She is currently credentialed through the American Dietetic Association (ADA), is a Certified Health Fitness Specialist through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and is a Certified Worksite Wellness Specialist and Program Manager through the National Wellness Institute (NWI).

Her vision is to be a catalyst for sponsoring a new health awareness world wide helping people to live a richer quality of life through good nutrition, personalized physical fitness and healthy social engagements.

Skype & FaceTime sessions available for personalized nutrition & wellness and/or personal training.  Not sure where to start?  Email me now for your complementary 20-minute phone consultation. 

Rochelle’s contact information:
email: rochellelacey@icloud.com

My top 5

Most of us probably don’t think of movies when it comes to wellness.  However, I beg to differ.  A good quality movie can be an enriching way to spend a few hours relaxing and taking in someone’s personal story or learning a deeper value of living.  Lately, I’ve been on an oldie but goodie movie kick.  I believe these “classics” have a quality that’s few and far between in today’s modern film industry.  The slow time afforded to build a character without the quickness of special effects can allow an emotional connection to be made without the sharp stimulation that follows immediate gratification.  I am left with a feeling of fulfillment and the takeaway?… good moral values and powerful life lessons learned.  Here are my top 5…

  1. The Bishop’s Wife (Cary Grant and Loretta Young)
  2. The Big Country (Gregory Peck and Carroll Baker)
  3. Sabrina (Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart)
  4. To Catch a Thief (Cary Grant and Grace Kelly)
  5. Roman Holiday (Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn)