Dr. Asha Fields Brewer, DC

Dr. Asha Fields Brewer, DC

Dr. Asha is a Creator of Healthy Conversations. As a national speaker, educator, chiropractor, and published author, she teaches the busy and overwhelmed how to live life abundantly. 

Dr. Asha is from Tallahassee, FL, where she attended Florida State University. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science, and she was named the 2007 Homecoming Princess (FSU’s homecoming queen equivalent), among other accolades. She matriculated to Parker University in Dallas, TX, earning a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. She is licensed in Florida and California, and is a qualified medical evaluator for the State of California. She holds additional certifications in sports medicine, healthy lifestyle coaching, success coaching, and event management. Additionally, Dr. Asha is a contributing writer for Tallahassee Woman Magazine, the Tallahassee Democrat newspaper, and the Capital Outlook newspaper. She hosts the “Temple Fit with Dr. Asha” radio show on Hallelujah 95.3 FM and the Good Health for Busy People™️ podcast. Her latest book Overflow discusses six strategies to beat burnout and reclaim your abundant life. All of her books are available at www.doctorasha.com

Dr. Asha is the CEO and Founder of the TF Wellness Education & Events Agency, which teaches busy students & professionals how to “stress less and achieve more™”. She is also the founding director of the faith-based health nonprofit organization TF Health, Inc. Comprised of over 35 wellness speakers and fitness instructors, the TF Team specializes in six wellness areas: physical, spiritual, career and financial, emotional and mental, social, and intellectual wellness. The Team has trained individuals and organizations at conferences, churches, and universities stateside and abroad. The nonprofit arm is known for its annual women’s wellness conference SHE Tea®, which hosts conversations on self and health empowerment for women.

Dr. Asha enjoys serving in the community alongside her church, her nonprofit organization, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She previously served on the National Wellness Institute’s Emerging Wellness Professionals Task Force, and she currently serves as Vice President of  the North Florida Day of Dialogue on the Minority Health Steering Committee. A few recent recognitions for her contributions are as follows: Recognized as a 2022 Black History Calendar Honoree by Tallahassee Community College, listed as one of Tallahassee’s “25 Women You Need to Know” in 2021 by the Tallahassee Democrat newspaper, 2020 Seminole 100 Nominee for the fastest growing businesses owned by an FSU Alumni, 2020 Inspire Award Nominee for FSU Women of Distinction, 2019 Outstanding Alumni by the FSU Black Alumni, 2019 Alumni of the Year by the FSU Renegade Leadership Society, 2019 Torchbearer Award by Tallahassee Woman Magazine’s Women Who Mean Business Awards, 2019 Leadership Pacesetter Finalist by the Distinguished Leadership Awards, 2017 FSU Advisor of the Year, 2017 FSU Martin Luther King, Jr. Distinguished Service Award Nominee, and 2016 FSU Student Affairs Mentor of the Year Nominee.

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