You’re going to love me if you want a positive change.
I grew up being underestimated and bullied. I’d often hear the phrases, “You’re just a little girl,” “You’re a dumb Polish blonde,” and “You’re too happy.” You think that would have gone away as an adult… But, I can assure you bullies are real, and they’re still very present in my life.
I am a stepmom. I am an entrepreneur. And, I am a mover and a shaker. I admit: I still have haters – and that’s okay!
Growing up, I wanted to know WHY individuals (and society) would want to bring someone down and HOW one could overcome being consumed by the disturbance of this – and HOW we could change and manage it.
My point is: You can either let what’s on the outside control you, or you can take charge of your own health.
My training and work experience has always been focused on how relationships (the positive and negative ones) affect the quality of our health.
Think about HOW the relationships you have right now impact your physical health, work productivity, love life, friendships, the way you eat, self-care, and even community. Are you part of the problem, or are you helping the problem?
Or, maybe you haven’t even thought about it.
It’s time to start paying attention.
The quality of our relationships IS connected to the outcomes of how successful we are as humans and as a society.
And I know why.
So, What Exactly is a Health Coach?!
My vision as a Health Coach is to help individuals create healthy relationships with themselves, others, and the community to help achieve the goals related to their personal lives and businesses.
I help identify the obstacles and the root causes of the issues and facilitate these conversations into a place where individuals and businesses can be able guide themselves to a more nourishing environment through problem solving and accountability.
I listen. I motivate. I educate.
And, I judge no one.
“We need to look hard at the stories we create, and wrestle with them. Retell and retell them, and work with them like clay.”
– Marni Gillard
15 Years of Experience
As a health education specialist in one-on-one coaching, project managing, curriculum developing, leadership training, youth mentoring, medical editing, writing, and marketing and research.
Certified Wellness Practitioner
Bachelor of Science from the University of North Carolina – Asheville in health and wellness promotion with a focus in behavioral psychology, neuroscience, and communication.
Active member at the National
Integrative Nutrition Health Coach
Graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition with a concentration in emotional eating psychology, toxic relationships, and gut-brain health.