This personalized program will radically improve your health and happiness.

Improve your eating habits. Understand your body better. Make your self-care a priority. 
Feel confident in choosing and preparing better food for you and your loved ones. Experience an increase in your overall happiness in life.


What is a Wellness Coach

A Wellness Coach is your personal advocate for living an energized and passionate life. I work with you to create a happy, healthy lifestyle, in a way that is flexible, fun and free of denial.

By working with a Coach, you can discover the food and lifestyle choices that best suit you. Making gradual, lifelong changes enables you to reach your current and future health goals.

Imagine what your life would be like if you had clear thinking, energy, and excitement every day.

It’s rare to work with someone one on one in improving your health with a trained professional. Join our in house expert for your first, one hour consultation to discuss your unique situation and determine how coaching can help you reach your personal goals.

FOOD CHANGES EVERYTHING
Have you been wanting to...

Improve your eating habits?
Understand your body better?
Make your self-care a priority?
Feel confident in choosing and preparing better food for you and your loved ones?

Then welcome to your new program.

Your personalized program will radically improve your health and happiness. With the support of a Coach you will explore concerns specific to you and your body and discover the tools you need for a lifetime of balance. 

During the course of the program you will:

  • Set and accomplish goals
  • Explore new foods
  • Understand and reduce cravings
  • Increase energy
  • Feel better in your body
  • Improve personal relationships

Vitamins and Nutritional Supplements

Nutrition is an integral part of any wellness program. With busy lifestyles, hectic schedules, and reduced nutritional efficacy in food sources today, vitamins and nutritional supplementation are essential for maintaining the bodies homeostasis. Discover how to ensure that your body gets the nutrients it needs to support your active lifestyle with added energy, weight loss, that "healthy look" and long-term wellness. Our specialist will recommend a supplementation program to best suit your specific needs.

Meditation

Meditation is a powerful practice of letting go of our habitual thoughts and feelings and opening up to a deeper part of the Self. The purpose of meditation is to become free of the movement of the mind allowing the individual to recognize themselves as part of an interconnected whole rather than a separate entity. One who meditates often and with sincerity will display profound ease and objectivity even under stress.

Meditation has been practiced for thousands of years as a way of enhancing awareness, tranquility and spiritual connection. It is a deep practice of stillness, relaxation and attention which has the potential for extraordinary physiological, psychological and spiritual benefits for an individual. There are many forms of meditation including but not limited to:
 

  • Advaita Vedanta
  • Transcendental
  • Christian Contemplative
  • Mindfulness
  • Concentration Technique
  • Hisbodedus (Kabbalistic)
  • Zen
  • Tai Chi Chuan (moving)

 

The benefits of meditation are numerous and include “effective functioning, including academic performance, concentration, perceptual sensitivity, reaction time, memory, self control, empathy, and self esteem.”

2008 study that was supported by the National Institute of Health,(Oman et al, 2008, pg. 570)

Meditation falls into 2 main categories which are meditation “with seed,” and meditation “without seed.” In meditation with seed, the “seed” is something for the individual to focus on, such as the breath, a mantra, a visual, or a sound. Meditation without seed is the practice of letting go of any distraction including the “seed.” This practice incorporates having no relationship to anything that arises in the field of one’s consciousness.

The benefits of meditation are numerous and based on a 2008 study that was supported by the National Institute of Health, include “effective functioning, including academic performance, concentration, perceptual sensitivity, reaction time, memory, self control, empathy, and self esteem.”(Oman et al, 2008, pg. 570)