Feel good. find confidence. look good.
Health is not the number on the scale, the amount of steps you took in a day, or the numbers of calories you didn’t eat today.
It is so much more. Being healthy is an intersection of the mind, body, and soul.
What are your thoughts saying? Are they positive and empowering or negative and self-loathing?
How does your body feel? Do you wear clothes that make you feel comfortable? Do you move in a way that feels good? Or, do you force yourself through a sweat session to hit a certain calorie burn? Do you have energy or are you constantly hungry and exhausted?
What about your soul? Do you feel aligned in the things you do; how you spend your time; and what you put into your body? Do you spend more time ‘shoulding’ yourself than actually doing things?
Health, a better body, and a better body image become present when we stop trying to control everything. When we power through cycle class even though we dread it, powerlift even though it wears us down, or eat “healthy” foods even though we're never satisfied - we are almost guaranteeing that we will not get lasting results - or any results at all.
We are human, we all want to look good, but we also want to feel good and be happy.
There have been times when I thought I wanted to look a certain way, yet I never recognized it when I was there, and it was never good enough. But then, slowly, I woke up. I realized I wasn’t defined by how much time I spent in the gym, or all of the foods I didn't eat. I learned to let those things go. I started eating foods I hadn’t eaten in years (literally). I started trying forms of exercise I had once vowed weren’t for me. Guess what? It was awesome.
I feel amazing.
I feel more confident and sure of myself than I ever have, and I love the person I see in the mirror.
I often get asked “What do you do?” and the answer is, “I don’t do anything.”
I don’t weigh myself. I don’t count calories. And I don’t hit the gym 5 days a week. I eat (nutritiously & treats), I move, I meditate. I am aware that life and health are not guaranteed, and I was wasting too much time trying to be someone other than just me.
Are you sick of feeling stuck? Are you tired of feeling confused about what the ‘right’ thing to do is? I get it. More than anything in this world, I want to help you find more happiness in your life and more love for yourself. Through priority assessments, meal structuring, and (at times emotional) self-love work, we can work together to help you create a life full of flavor and free from counting.