She is an author, songwriter, singer, dancer, yoga teacher, creator, and real estate agent–sometimes all in a twenty-four hour period. She’s exhausted most of the time, but that’s when she feels the most alive. Ashlyne grew up in the music industry and pursued her own musical path upon graduation from Nashville’s Belmont University with a BBA in Music Business. With a pop record deal in LA, she was lucky enough to tour with the New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys, Jordin Sparks, appear on the Ellen Degeneres Show, and record two albums. After a three-year stint on the road, Ashlyne decided moving back to Nashville was best. There, she wrote a young adult novel Falling Stars about some of her experiences in the music industry, started PiecemealShoppe.com, became a yoga instructor, got into real estate, and got married (and not in that order).
First came marriage, but then came divorce nearly four years later. And the aftermath of the divorce process became the catalyst for a BIG change. From a deep dive into her past traumas, patterns, and debilitating anxiety came two pieces of work: First was the soul-bearing non-fiction called The Book of Ugh: How I Turned My Worst Days Into My Best Life. Through the process of writing the book, her own life transformed from the inside out. And that led Ashlyne to the second piece: An online course for the divorced woman called How To Move On After Divorce and Actually Move On With Your Life (And Be Happy!)
“It’s important to share your own story, but giving women the tools to do it for themselves…that’s the best way I know to pay it forward.” -Ashlyne Huff
And to pay it forward in real time, she created a closed community “High Vibe Society For The Divorced Women” on Facebook for women to share tips, tricks, and encourage each other throughout their respective journeys.
It is obvious Ashlyne has a soft spot for those who suffer in silence, for those who struggle to keep it together and question their self-worth, for trauma survivors, and those who have or are contemplating a difficult divorce. She is them. They are her. And it is her life’s mission to meet them where they are and remind these strong women who they have always been: worthy.
She loves to speak in intimate settings wearing something super comfy (preferably no shoes and lots of coffee). And as a certified yoga instructor, Ashlyne supplements internal healing with the power of a physical yoga practice, appropriate for all levels.
Speaking topics include:
-Rediscovering Yourself After Divorce
-Unraveling and Undoing Destructive Patterns
-Reconnecting The Mind (via a simple daily meditation/journaling practice)
-Reconnecting the Body (via a simple daily yoga practice)
-Finding Your Tribe After Divorce
-Redefining You and Your Version of a Life You Love