Your health is an investment, not an expense.
Do you feel like you have wasted time and struggled to make sustained changes to any of the following areas of your life?
- Nutrition and diet
- Movement practice
Management of chronic conditions
I can relate! Want to know the secret to breaking through past barriers and living a more balanced life? It begins with taking the time to connect authentically to yourself.
I work with women who know how to take care of everyone but themselves.
As a born giver and caretaker, I know all too well the consequences of pouring every drop of my energy into other people. And I have watched as other women have done the same. These traits of generosity, kindness, equanimity, and tenacity are to be celebrated. Celebrated and balanced.
Are you ready to reclaim your energy and re-draw necessary boundaries so you can turn some of that generosity and kindness inward, towards yourself?
I'll make it as simple as gluten-free pie for you. Just contact me for a chat! See if my approach resonates. Coaching is new to a lot of people. Find out how I can be of service to you in your life journey, right now.
What does a sustainable change process look like?
First, we gather all the pieces of your life story together: past health history, major life events, and the experiences and traits that make you, you. In a sense, we are gathering all the tools you will need for the journey ahead.
Next, I really get to know you by asking questions meant to invoke exploration. I guide you through the process of designing your future health vision by first digging deeper into your purpose, meaning, and values.
The ground is fertile for change and you're ready for action. You take the first steps towards your meaningful future health goals. This part is hard work, but I am with you every step of the way.
Goals shift. Life happens. We respond by being flexible and adaptable. Every change process involves the unknown and during this step in the coaching process, we revisit, recalibrate, and refine goals and approaches based on observations and needs.
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When you plant lettuce, if it does not grow well, you don't blame the lettuce. You look for reasons it is not doing well. It may need fertilizer, or more water, or less sun. You never blame the lettuce.
― Thich Nhat Hanh