Be Confident. Live Intuitively.
As a Holistic Nutritionist and Intuitive Eating Counselor, I know improving health behaviors can be an effective way to promote health and reduce disease risk reduction. However, I believe it cannot be an effective strategy when there is a focus on weight loss, calorie restriction or unresolved emotional eating and body image issues.
This is why I look "beyond the plate" and get to the bottom of any eating and body image issues, and incorporated mindfulness, balance, and self-compassion in my practice.
What to expect:
Overcome obstacles such as emotional eating, yo-yo dieting, and weight fluctuations.
Learn the truth behind weight, health, and diet culture.
Support in understanding your natural, healthy weight range, or biological set point.
Set realistic health goals that are in line with your values and lifestyle.
Establish a more mindful and intuitive relationship with food.
Learn to eat intuitively and find a sustainable way to care for your body. Health isn’t about restriction or reaching a number on the scale. Instead, it's about the balance between your mental, emotional, and physical health. With a non-diet approach to nutrition, mindfulness, and self-care, you'll become the expert of your own body.
Ditch Diet Culture
Diet culture is a belief system that focuses on and values weight, shape, and size over well-being. Variations of diet culture also include rigid eating patterns that on the surface are in the name of health, but in reality, are about weight shape, or size. This in turn destroys our confidence and intuitive relationship with food. Learning to separate weight from worth, discovering self-care, and improving body image will allow you to truly live a healthier life.
Too often, we prioritize changing our bodies and attempt to 'hate ourselves to health'. Instead, learn to listen to—and follow—your body’s wisdom. Self-love and being at peace with food and your body IS possible. Acquire tools and resources to help you eat, exercise, and live intuitively.