In case you have been wondering why it has been so quiet here, I have been working on a new name and a new site.
I can’t believe that it has been almost two years since I completed my certification for Health and Life Coaching. Since that time I have had the opportunity to work with some wonderful women. I want to thank them all for inspiring me just as much as I did them. Two years of experience has allowed me to truly define my niche: helping women rediscover their health, energy and joy. Hence the new name and logo.
I’d love to have you join me on my new website. I will be transferring over the content that is here, as well as regularly adding new recipes and ideas.
I was watching a video today talking about changes to education that may result from the pandemic. It was really interesting, and I learned a lot, but one thing that stuck out for me wasn’t related to education at all. I had not realized that the word “crisis” in Chinese is made up of two words: “danger” and “opportunity”. This got me thinking about how we can use this time as an opportunity to improve our health.
Since many of you may have a little extra time on your hands, perhaps now is the moment to participate in a health challenge. Maybe you’d like to drink more water, cut down on sugar, run a 5K…. I’m presently participating in The Alcohol Experiment: being alcohol free for thirty days. Alcohol is not great for our immune system, even in small amounts. Its impact on our digestion can rob us of valuable nutrients. It prevents us from getting quality sleep. It also lowers our number of infection-fighting white blood cells. So taking a break is a great way to take care of ourselves.
Yesterday, I mentioned movement as one of the pillars of health. Another is nutrition. Nutrition is key, and it doesn’t have to be complicated. Today I threw together a yummy Greek salad with a little olive oil, balsamic vinegar, fresh oregano and pepper as a dressing. Delicious!
Now, more than ever, it is important to take good care of ourselves: mentally, energetically, spiritually, and physically.
My personal approach focuses on The Six Pillars of Health according to Deepak Chopra. One of these pillars involves movement, which is good not only for our physical health, but also our emotional health: helping us deal with stress.
Our local gyms have closed, but I have been able to continue to stay active at home. Today, for example, I dusted off my PlayStation 3 and pulled out my EA Sports Active 2. Personal training in the comfort of my own home.
Do you want to feel relaxed, stress-free, energized, healthy, and happy?
If you want to take better care of yourself, but you don’t know how to get started, my new online workshop is for you, for the investment of only $99.
Over four weeks, you’ll learn….
Week 1 – Positive Self Talk – Shifting your inner voice can have a huge impact on how you feel and what you do. Learn how to do this.
Week 2 – What Brings You Joy? – (Re)discover the activities that fuel you and how to find time to include them.
Week 3 – All About Your Body – What we eat plays a role in how we feel and what we do. Learn how to include healthy, easy and delicious meals.
Week 4 – A Nurturing Space – How transforming your space can help transform your life.
And so much more!
This workshop will give you the unique opportunity to work with a certified coach for a fraction of the cost of a one-on-one program. You will be able to ask questions, gain personalized insight about your situation, and learn from others in the community.
Sorry guys, this group is for ladies only, but it would make a great Valentine’s Day gift!
Space is limited as I want to ensure I have time to work with each of you.
It all begins on February 1st.
To reserve your spot, get in touch!
And remember: Self-care is not optional, and it is not selfish. Only when you are mentally and physically healthy can you live your best life and be your best for others.