It’s rare for anyone to get an hour to explore their wellness goals with a trained professional. As an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, I create a supportive environment that enables you to articulate and achieve your goals.

 

 

Most approaches to healthy eating dwell on calories, carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. Instead of creating lists of restrictions and "good" and "bad" foods, I coach my clients to explore basic improvements and implement gradual changes during our work together. As these pieces accumulate, my clients find the changes collectively create a much larger impact than they originally expected. We work on what you want to improve, and within the circumstances of your unique situation.

 

 

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I am California born and bred, Maine finished.
I will forever be a sandy-toed, sun kissed, taco loving, beach bum at heart. If I could wear a bikini and be shoeless year-round I would, but I love the 4 seasons (I'm a contradiction I know.) I love my fur babies dearly. I think bathrobes and hot tea are completely justifiable reasons to get up in the morning.
Being outside, barefoot, in the garden, hiking in the woods or at the beach grounds me and keeps me centered, happy and connected. I love, love Maine for this reason. I am perpetually surrounded by Mother Nature and all her glory; reminding me how small I am.
I love food and cooking.
I hope to one day be a published author – NY Times Bestseller would be icing – but I'll work towards finishing the novel, cookbook, and wellness guide first.
I love yoga and spinning classes.
Potato chips are my kryptonite (don't expect me to share).
I'm always up for trying something new.
The beach is my church. Yoga is way better when done outside.
I believe life is all about balance which I practice daily.

 

Why I Became a Health Coach

 

 

 

 

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    Here are some of the unique ways that I will help you make lasting lifestyle changes:

     

     

 

 


Primary Food & Secondary FoodsTM


It’s easy to overlook all of the things that contribute to our sense of nourishment and fulfillment. It’s not just the food we eat that affects our health, but all of the other factors present in our daily lives. 


• Meaningful Relationships • A fulfilling career • Regular Movement • A Spiritual Awareness/Self-care Practice are essential forms of nourishment. 


When these “primary foods” are balanced, what you eat becomes secondary. 

 

 


Bio-IndividualityTM


Bio-individuality is the idea that each of us has unique food and lifestyle needs. 


One person’s food is another person’s poison, and that’s why fad diets tend to fail in the long run. 


We figure out what is best for your unique needs, lifestyle, preferences, and body composition.

 


Deconstructing Cravings


Cravings play a critical role in understanding what your body needs.

 

Cravings are a clue to what is going on inside your body and should not be ignored. 


When you learn how to deconstruct your cravings and understand what they’re really telling you, you will be able to reclaim a sense of balance and harmony.

 

 


"Crowding Out"


There is no such thing as "good" or "bad" foods.


By eating more nutrient dense whole foods you will naturally have less room and desire for nutrient lacking foods. You will simply “crowd out” the unhealthy food/habits in your diet.


I am not going to tell you to stop something "bad" if it is supporting at this time.

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