The G-Spot Revolution was created by Caroline Shannon-Karasik as a health, fitness and wellness resource for people from all walks of life. Leaning on the truth that what we put into our bodies produces an equal outward affect, Caroline has always worked to understand not only what that meant for her own health, but for other people’s as well. Everything from a vegetarian diet to plyometric exercises to food allergies to yoga to name-it-and-she’s-read-about-it, has sparked Caroline’s interest and has led her to consistently research the tools that will help people lead their best lives.
After many years spent determining what would work best for her health and body, Caroline learned a few things about her personal prescription: Running makes her body feel A-OK. All of those years she spent in digestive pain? She has Celiac Disease. Hot yoga helps to keep her sane. If she goes a day without veggies, she feels it. Being healthy doesn’t mean you can’t also be a baker. Burning peppermint and cinnamon oils get her pumped up. Chocolate makes everything better.
All of these things come together to create Caroline’s “right-on factor”. Her mojo, so to speak. Her gosh-I-feel-great version of Caroline. Her G-Spot. But she also understands that what works for her, isn’t necessarily optimal for everyone. And that’s why she created a resource for people to discover their personal Goldilock’s moment. [Learn more about The G-Spot Revolution here.]
Caroline graduated from Point Park University in 2005, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism. Since then, her work has been featured in several publications, including, Breathe magazine, REDBOOK magazine, Cat Fancy, Entrepreneur.com, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Maniac magazine and Divorce360.com. (More information on her freelance work can be found at carolineshannon.com.)
Caroline has been a long distance runner for 15 years and certified in Pilates for more than a decade. She has developed a knack for lifestyle writing, including women’s interest, eco-friendly living, and, of course, health and fitness. In the past, she has been the Lead Alternative Health writer for Carrie & Danielle, and was in charge of dishing out health-related news on the Diet and Fitness channel at First30Days.com, a resource for anyone who is looking to make a change.
In addition to total wellness, Caroline’s other passions include her husband, Dan, spending time with her family, singing loudly in the car and anything double-double (gluten-free) chocolate. Caroline lives in Pittsburgh, PA where she also has four of the best staff members in the world: Her adopted kittens, Emerson, Cooper, Simon and Madeline.