OH HEY THERE!
I am a Certified Holistic Health Coach and self-confessed wellness enthusiast.
I take a holistic approach to healing – food is a BIG part of balanced living BUT healthy thoughts and mindful movement are also (equally) BIG parts in any sustainable, healthy & balanced lifestyle.
My personal health journey hasn’t been easy – I have struggled with food sensitivities, body hatred, eating disorders, depression, irritability & moodiness and years of unexplained stomach pain. I can now see that through each struggle there was a lesson.
It was through each step of my journey that I was able to heal my body and my mind. It hasn’t been easy (and there are days when I still struggle), but putting in the work has been so worth it.
You already know this, but – our bodies are powerful vessels, that when properly nourished, have this amazing ability to heal. Each of us has this same power to heal our bodies and our minds. We are capable of self-love, balanced living and feeling great (every day) – sometimes we just need a reminder.
My passion for healthful living & self-love has been inspired by my past experiences.
My struggles, my experiences & my journey are what make me unique. And this is exactly what inspires me to help others who may be going through something similar.
As a Health Coach, I guide women to develop & deepen their self-love practices and (re)balance their diets.
My philosophy is a holistic one – in every coaching relationship we explore food, lifestyle choices & self-talk. Together, we authentically find and integrate habits that support YOU to feel your best – physically and emotionally.
I work with women in one-on-one coaching programs, co-host seasonal retreats and lead health & wellness workshops.
My purpose is to authentically share my experiences to inspire & help women to heal their relationship with food and their bodies.
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I have a confession, when life gets busy I tend to eat the same thing for breakfast, every day. I’ve seen this in some of my coaching clients too – when we’re busy, we tend to stick to recipes that we enjoy and are used to making. However, when our diets lack variety we aren’t nourishing our bodies optimally. Lately, I’ve been experimenting...read more