“It is health that is the real wealth, not pieces of gold and silver.” Gandhi.
Are you the last on your list of priorities?
Prioritising your health is the least selfish thing you can do…If you put yourself first, then everyone wins…as the people around you will get the best version of you. But many of us today don’t realise this. This is where I can help you change your mindset and help you change your daily habits…and, over time, these little changes will add up to greater health and energy. By making more and more healthy choices, weight-loss usually occurs as a by-product. And when you’re healthier, you’re happier…and that’s when good things start to happen…
Over a 12 week program we’ll discover how and why you’ve been putting yourself last, and work out practical and manageable steps on how to improve your health. Week to week, with little habit changes, we’ll work out what to change and HOW to change. I’ll be supporting you along the way, with a bit of accountability thrown in to keep you on the path to progress.
People are like snowflakes…we’re all made of the same stuff, but we’re all designed differently. Everyone is so unique and incomparable in terms of mind, body, beliefs, our upbringings, how we metabolise foods, our stress levels and our daily habits. So each and every one of us will have different actions to change – to slowly upgrade health to the next level.
“Self-care is the cure for insecurity.” Sean Stephenson
I’ll take you from feeling like ‘meh’ to a feeling of vibrancy. I’ll be empowering you to take control of your health. Your most generous act is to take care of yourself, as you’ll be in a better position to serve and help others. Self-care should not be seen as a selfish act – it’s the exact opposite.
You know that analogy when you’re on an aeroplane and the oxygen masks drop down…you need to put your own mask on first before assisting others…otherwise you’re not much use. And we don’t want that.
“Depending on what they are, our habits will either make us or break us. We become what we repeatedly do.” Sean Covey
- cultivate self-acceptance and self-compassion.
- make connections between your feelings and what you eat.
- gain awareness of unhealthy mental and physical habits.
- change your relationship with food and with your body.
- understand the importance of prioritising yourself.
- we’ll form your plan together.
- learn relaxation techniques.
- feel more alive.