Our initial consultation will consist of two 60-minute appointments to review your personalized plan and determine next steps. The first session is a comprehensive overview of your main health concerns and goals that help inform recommendations for our second appointment.
These sessions are designed to assess ongoing progress after our initial consultation and follow-up. We’ll review your symptoms, any changes related to your main concerns, food diary entries, and discuss updating recommendations around nutrition, movement, lifestyle and supplements based on your progress.
Making improvements to your wellbeing isn’t about being perfect. However, if you’re experiencing challenges staying accountable to yourself, having a coach can provide you with the encouragement and strategies to stay on track when motivation is low.
There is no substitute for consistency. Monthly coaching programs provide ongoing personalized support in the areas you need most.
In order to help you reach your goals around body composition, strength, endurance, and mobility I use a variety of modalities that include personalized resistance and athletic training, yoga, and more natural forms of functional movement.
It’s been my experience that if you want to incorporate more frequent movement into your life, it all starts with finding the forms that bring you joy. Joy is the gatekeeper to long term success. My goal is to help you develop movement habits that are relevant in the context of your life, and lead to consistent results.
Life is busier than ever in our modern world, and often it’s difficult to find time to plan healthy meals for ourselves and our families. Having a plan for your meals and shopping leads to less impulse buying and eating, which is something we could all use less of.
Plans are designed around your goals, dietary preferences, allergies, restrictions, and available cooking time and skills. I want to make sure that it works for you and fits your lifestyle. I’ll have you fill out a brief questionnaire before I can put together your plan.
One of the first steps to improving your nutrition is knowing what to buy and what to avoid at the grocery store. With the average grocery store carrying over 40,000 products it can be confusing to know where to begin. Labels can be even more mysterious, filled with ingredient lists that are hard to read, let alone pronounce, and labels like ‘low fat’, ‘gluten-free’, ‘sugar-free’, that all add to the confusion.
I want to help you take the mystery out of groceries. Together, we’ll do an in-depth look through your fridge and cupboards and start to identify which foods to enjoy, moderate, and avoid and the reasons why. Next, we’ll venture to your local supermarket and focus on ‘cart-friendly’ alternative options for foods that will better serve your wellness goals.
*Additional charges will be added for out of area travel.
By taking a 360-degree approach in helping you towards reaching your wellness goals, I look to support the body’s systems to work in better harmony together. This is accomplished by making incremental changes around nutrition, movement, lifestyle and supplement recommendations that fit within your current lifestyle.
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