A good health coach creates an ongoing relationship with each client, making themselves available even outside of scheduled sessions. Health coaches are not only trained to teach clients what to eat and how to exercise, but in a variety of lifestyle practices and techniques to help troubleshoot struggles and bring out the best in each and every client. Health coaching is a partnership; this is what makes the coach-client relationship both unique and effective. Taking the time establish an in-depth, intimate relationship with each client allows coaches to provide an extremely high level of individualized support.
To establish an accurate and honest assessment of current health.
To assist in determining and refining short- and long-term goals.
To provide individualized, goal-oriented recommendations.
To empower, support, and educate.
To encourage autonomy and confidence in navigating future obstacles.
I am not here to coddle you or tell you what you want to hear.
I am here to help you reach your goals, which at times will include encouraging you to move out of your comfort zone.
Working with me is not a guarantee of success; you will have to put in the work.
I promote simple lifestyle changes; simple does not mean easy.
Lastly, I am not a medical professional — never alter or stop taking medications without consulting your doctor.