I help free my clients from body shame and food fixation without dieting, deprivation or militant exercise. With this new found freedom, they are able to step into the truth of who they are, expressing themselves like never before.
To some of you this might sound a little "woo woo," while to others it might excite you.
Either way, I encourage you to keep reading because you might be surprised at how much you relate to what I'm about to share.
Tell me if this sounds familiar....
Have you ever had the experience of sitting in a meeting with your coworkers or being out to dinner with your friends and everyone is completely distracted instead of really engaging?
One person is obsessing over what everyone else is eating for lunch, wondering why they can get away with eating burritos everyday and never gain an ounce.
Another is comparing everything from her thigh gap to her cheek bones with the other people in the group, while she simultaneously berates herself for having "imperfections."
Someone else is sitting on their "high horse" judging the poor diet choices everyone else is making.
I can relate to ALL of these scenarios because I WAS that girl.
I was mad at other people for being able to "eat whatever they wanted," while I ate another boring salad. I was angry that everyone around me seemed to have perfect skin, while my chin was covered with acne. And when I was eating the "perfect diet," I judged others for not being able to be as virtuous as me.
I was waging war against my body and ALL bodies.
A war that led to stress-induced digestive issues, depression, low energy and a really unhealthy relationship to my body and food.
Until one day, I thought... "Hmmm...what would happen if the people I'm surrounded with stopped obsessing over food and how they looked and used that brain space to express the truth of who they are"
HOLY $H*T! That would be powerful! I was so floored by this paradigm shift that I knew I needed to make a change fast.
I began to cultivate a healthy relationship to my body and food. One where I craved nourishing foods, yet maintained the flexibility to drink wine and eat pizza. I began to move my body because it felt good, not because I needed to compensate for a pasta binge. I stopped comparing my diet and body to others, realizing that diversity was actually beautiful instead of threatening.
Eventually, I found myself at the weight that works best for my body. I stopped feeling anxious around food. My energy soared. My digestive issues vanished. My skin began to clear on its own.
With this new found mental clarity, I began to express the truth of who I am and decided to make it my life's mission to help others do the same.
So if you're ready to put an end to the food fixation and body shame, I'm here for you. If I can do it, you most certainly can too.
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What is Health Coaching?
With the relentless demands of work and life responsibilities, what people are doing to try to love and nourish our bodies is no longer working and we're looking for something greater.
Sometimes people don't know what to do to nourish their bodies, but more often it's that we're stuck in a rut and don't know how to get out of it. 95% of our behavior occurs out of habit, either unconsciously or in reaction to external demands. That's why we struggle to make changes that last. Even when the need for change is obvious and our intentions are strong, we often fall short.
The reason that this happens is because we are missing 3 key ingredients that hold this all together. The right system that works for your unique body, the right support and the right accountability.
Without the right support and accountability, this dysfunctional cycle will continue and in many cases get worse.
That's where health coaches come in to provide the right SYSTEM, SUPPORT AND ACCOUNTABILITY so you can begin to prioritize your health from a place of self care and begin to feel amazing in your body.