Just to give you some of my qualifications:
- Marathoner/ Distance runner
- USA Track and Field member
- Precision Nutritional Certification (PNc1)
- 10+ years professional cooking experience
I believe that nutrition is simple and yet something that we make complicated. We live in a world that tells us to watch out for our food even though it is integrated with our personal and cultural identity. Nothing brings us out of our shell like food and yet, nothing has been demonized like it.
Each person has a unique set of circumstances that effect their eating and their lifestyle. From how we work out (or don’t) to how many kids are in the house, there is no one way for everyone to eat and live. Therefore, each program must tailored in a way that will work for an individual and their specific needs. Together, we develop this and set goals, as well as looking at habits that will help you meet them in both the short term and the long term.
No trying to sell you on powders or products, no fads, no crashes, no unrealistic dietary choices! Just well rounded and enjoyable (well, maybe not at first!) behavioral changes.
With my clients, we will work together to build healthy behaviors to meet their fitness and weight goals while learning cooking and other life skills that will completely change the way that they look at food. Each month, clients will have two private sessions where we will go over goals, achievements and challenges. Along with those sessions, once a month we will hold a cooking class to really help you practically learn cooking and whole food skills. This is not only a cooking class but a chance to connect with other people that are on a similar journey. Connection matters! With your goals, with your habits, with your body and with your community!
I believe that a well rounded life is one well lived. Not just for my clients but for myself as well, which means I am constantly looking to learn, grow and improve my life, my knowledge and my practice.
Inquire at about details of services at: firstname.lastname@example.org