I’m an integrative health coach, health first personal trainer, and certified yoga teacher.
What does that mean exactly? Well, for starters it means that I believe health is about so much more than just how you look; it’s about your complete physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing. We seem to have forgotten that health means so much more than the workouts you’re doing and the food you’re eating.
That’s why I left my legal career to dedicate myself to empowering women to finally give up waring against their bodies and instead start feeling confident in their own skin, ready to live a fulfilling and full life.
So many women spend so much time and energy locked in a never-ending battle with their own bodies. It’s a lose-lose situation because no matter what you do, you never feel quite good enough.
How do I know? Because I’ve been there myself!
I know what it’s like to look in the mirror and hate what you see. I’ve tried every fad diet going. I’ve tried to shape my body with hours upon hours of gruelling exercise. I’ve laid on my bed crying because I’d ‘failed’ at my latest starvation diet. I know what it’s like to feel the shame and guilt when each one of these efforts to change my body didn’t work.
And even when it did ‘work’ and I lost weight, I still wasn’t happy. I never felt ‘slim enough’ or ‘fit enough’. I always felt like I was failing somehow.
I wish I knew then what I know now: I wasn’t failing, diet culture and the fitness industry were failing me.
Now I know the truth: diets don’t work and exercise shouldn’t be a punishment for what you ate.
There is a better way!
After spending all of my 20s at war with myself, obsessing about how my body looked to others, I finally discovered the freedom that focusing on how I felt could give me. Now I move in a way that feels good, I eat in a way that feels good, and guess what? I feel good! I can honestly say I’ve never been happier or healthier.
If you have a history of yo-yo dieting, disordered eating or eating disorders; If you have low self-esteem or poor body image; If you hate exercising; If you feel like you are too inflexible for yoga; I’m here to tell you that it is possible to repair your relationship with food and exercise. It is possible to break free from the misery and self-loathing. It is possible to make peace with your body and finally find a sense of mental and physical well-being.
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