Eat Move Rest Heal Online Program Coming Again This April 2020… Save Your Spot!

I am offering my whole health program, Eat Move Rest Heal, again this Spring! (April 13- June 12, 2020) It is an online program created specifically for women. I intentionally chose the same name as my business because I wanted to create a program that would address the main areas that I am passionate about! … Continue reading Eat Move Rest Heal Online Program Coming Again This April 2020… Save Your Spot!

Got Friends? The Connection Between Social Support and Health

  It can be easy to think of health, fitness and well-being as being directly impacted by our diet and lifestyle choices and not much else. Some might go further to include stress-relieving activities such as meditation, yoga, or spending time in nature when thinking about what directly affects their overall health and well-being.  Funnily … Continue reading Got Friends? The Connection Between Social Support and Health

Judging Books By Their Covers; Why It’s Better to Look Inside to Determine “Healthiness”

“Healthy” is a funny word, isn’t it? It can mean very different things to different people. As a Nutritional Therapist and Coach I have heard things like: “I just want to get healthy”, or “I need to be healthier”. But what does that really mean? I personally have come to a definition of health that … Continue reading Judging Books By Their Covers; Why It’s Better to Look Inside to Determine “Healthiness”

Digestion Begins in Your Head

When the word digestion is mentioned, most people begin to imagine their stomaches, or perhaps even the intestines or other organs that make up the GI (gastrointestinal) tract. In thinking about the process that takes the food that we put in our mouths and goes through the length of our torso, supplying nutrients and fuel … Continue reading Digestion Begins in Your Head

Enjoying Movement as a Path to Better Health

  For a long time I did not see exercise as enjoyable, I saw it as a means to an end. To get fit and keep fit I needed to log a certain amount of hours or miles and only felt any kind of satisfaction when it was completed. Sometimes working out was pure misery. … Continue reading Enjoying Movement as a Path to Better Health