Veronica Menin


Veronica Menin was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and moved to the United States when she was 14 years old. She graduated from the University of Miami in 2006 with a double major in Journalism and Psychology, and attended the Institute of Integrative Nutrition where she became a certified Holistic Health Coach. Being raised by a mother who dedicated her life towards spiritual healing, Veronica has always been attracted to creating business which promoted healing and supporting others to loving themselves and loving life. In 2010 she founded Conscious Bite Out (, a conscious dining monthly event series in Miami in efforts to educate the community towards a healthier lifestyle. She also founded Peace A’ Cake (, which were healthy baked goods also in an effort to educate and promote love through food.  As an avid athlete, Veronica has always been passionate about exercising and proper nutrition. In 2014, she graduated from Robert Morse’s International School of Detoxification, and Matthew Kenney’s Academy for Plant Based Sports Nutrition. Veronica’s vision when creating Love Life was to create a conscious business that can serve and provide the community the support they need to love life, love themselves and live a healthier life. She currently runs all the operations, team and programing, and business development of the center.

Diego Tosoni


Diego is the creator and founder of Love Life Cafe. Food has always been his passion, but running a business was not something he planed, but something he ended up doing for love. He officially came in to the business as a “rescuer” to the cafe after it became clear the initial plan for it was a complete disaster, with perhaps good intentions but zero skills and execution. Diego agreed to jump in and make it possible for the wellness center to provide delicious foods from original and delicious recipes he believes in and that have attracted people from all over, not only vegans and health conscious.  With a background in photography and arts, Diego’s passions are many, among them, cooking has always come naturally to him. After his visit to the Doctor back in 2011, Diego was alarmed by how threatened his health was, and most of it because of his diet and lifestyle. He was diagnosed with high cholesterol, pre-diabetic, over weight, and overall a mess for a 30 year old. Ever since that day, Diego began his own journey to be more conscious of what he was putting on his plate. Since he always had a deep love for animals, and spend a lot of his time rescuing and volunteering for them, it was an easy transition to make into the vegan world, as he became 100% plant based. He also graduated from a Cornel University for Plant Based Nutrition Program by T Collin Campbell in 2012. His love for food and animals transitioned to an even deeper love for cooking plant based, and for spreading the awareness to his friends and family, changing many of their lives as well. When he was approached to join Love Life Wellness Center and create their menu for the Cafe, he put a stop to his career in the art business to be on board of such an awesome project where he could spread his passion and knowledge for clean and delicious foods to the community. If you ever catch him at the Cafe, he is always happy to share his knowledge with anyone who is willing to learn. Today, Diego also handles his own Art business called Tosoni Fine Arts, along with the on going creations of Love Life Cafe. Diego’s love for art can also be seen at Love Life’s walls, some of them being his own pieces.

Joseph Perez


Joe can be define by his nick name: Love Life. He is also the reason why our center is called Love Life. Joe is the most wonderful, kind, loving man, who loves life and loves to see others happy and well. He dedicates most of his time to the Make A’ Wish foundation, and is the reason why Love Life Wellness Center has been able to be created.

Juan Angel

Psychotherapist, recovery and mental health therapist, meditation teacher and corporate wellness leader

As a therapist, I strive to empower individuals to be in tune with their deepest truths and to relate to life in a more authentic way. By providing a warm and accepting environment, I hope my clients feel safe to express what matters to them. My therapeutic approach is strongly influenced by more than 10 years of dedicated mindfulness practice. Through such practices, I have come to understand the value of becoming curious about our present mental state. I believe paying close attention to our experience is fundamental in developing emotional resiliency. Thus, I utilize mindfulness and somatic approaches in supporting people to become more aware of their thoughts, feelings, and body sensations. In doing so, I trust that our ability to welcome our experience creates possibilities for healing and being emotionally stronger.

I have over 5 years of experience working in recovery settings with people of different ages, ethnic backgrounds, religious affiliations, socioeconomic statuses, sexual orientations, and various mental health conditions. I welcome people from all walks of life, and have worked with a wide range of clients.