Health & Wellness Coaching that actually works.
There is a reason why most “health kicks" fail.
Most of us know what we should be doing to take care of our health. But if that were enough, we’d all be shining examples of perfect health and happiness. The truth is:
Knowledge isn’t enough
We know we need to eat better, exercise more, sleep longer and stress less. But that’s only useful if we have a strong reason to take action, and the support to keep it up.
Lifestyle change is crucial
80% of chronic disease is lifestyle related, yet most conventional treatment plans don’t go far in helping people transform their lifestyle.
There is no one-size-fits-all solution
There’s no magic pill that will restore your health. Real health improvements require an ongoing commitment to healthy habits.
Nobody likes being told what to do
In fact, when someone delivers a strict set of guidelines, it often triggers our obstinate inner adolescent to do the opposite.
Change starts with a strong reason.
For most people, living a happier and healthier version of their life requires them to change the way they live. And lifestyle change is hard!
It’s your life. You’re the only one that that can change it. Which is why Health & Wellness Coaching should never be about telling you what to do, or insisting you follow a pre-made wellness plan. Instead the relationship needs to be one of co-creation and partnership.
As your Coach, I can help you uncover those big, deep and motivating reasons to make the changes you need. I can also help you develop a plan for making those changes — so that they become lasting habits that actively improve the quality of your life.
Getting Health Done
12 WEEK COACHING PROGRAM
The Getting Health Done coaching program can complement your health provider’s primary care by helping you develop and implement a comprehensive wellness plan based on your specific needs and goals.
Over the course of 12 weeks, I will work with you individually to:
Clarify your values, vision and goals and strengthen your commitment to change.
Identify and capitalize on your strengths and develop realistic and sustainable plan.
Provide accountability and ongoing support, while proactively identifying and navigating barriers.
Your future is yours to create.
Most disabilities associated with aging can be prevented or significantly delayed by diet, exercise, and management of stress. Research suggests that smoking, physical inactivity, and bad eating habits account for 50–75% of all cancer deaths in the U.S.
How you age is largely under your own control through lifestyle choices. By making good lifestyle and health management decisions, you can add 10–20 quality years to your life.