About Your Wellness Coach Dr. Kay Fontana


Meet Dr. Kay Fontana

I am Kay Fontana, Ed.D., a lifelong learner, natural explorer, and navigator of Life. After watching family and friends struggle with chronic health issues, such as diabetes, Alzheimer's, heart disease, asthma, Crohn’s disease, arthritis, and cancer, seeing the effects of the standard American diet (SAD), experiencing a series of devastating losses, and working through my own health issues with diabetes and asthma, I became very clear about my life's purpose. My focus is on the whole being and connecting heart, mind, body, and soul for an abundant life.  On my journey, I have learned from leading experts in the field of health, nutrition, healing, and spirituality in order to help clients who are experiencing chronic or life-limiting illness to optimal wellness.

About Dr. Kay


  • Authenticity: I believe in the authentic nature of all by revealing each client’s unique experience, situation, and expression.
  • Compassion: I meet each client where they are on their wellness journey with care, empathy, and understanding of their individual health concerns and needs.
  • Mindfulness: I meet each individual with awareness of the present moment and without judgment. 
  • Truth: I speak only of the truth and what is known to be fact, while drawing forth the highest and best of each client.


  • Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership with an emphasis in Organizational Development
  • Licensed Spiritual Practitioner
  • Certified Holistic Health & Wellness Coach
  • Certified Grief Recovery Specialist
  • Reiki Master

Interesting Fun Facts

  • I love to laugh, and it's not difficult to make me do so.
  • I have a creative side that loves the arts. I spent a great deal of my youth in music, and now enjoy drawing, photography, and writing poetry.
  • I love old westerns. Laramie, The Big Valley, Wagon Train, and Bonanza are just a few of my favorites, and of course, anything John Wayne. 
  • My favorite spectator sport is golf. Yes, golf.

The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are. ~ C.G. Jung