Human transformation has fascinated me for many years. It has been a central part of my exploration as a human. Living in a culture that promotes a lifestyle, diet, and way of being that creates stress and illness, we must take it upon ourselves as individuals and communities to restore our health, vitality and sense of balance. This is why transformation is a key concept in the conversation about health. It is not just about adopting a new diet, it is about creating a new paradigm. There is a plethora of conflicting information in the health world about the “right” way to eat, but that is the thing about transformation; it is not about adopting an external system. It is about going inside, connecting to ourselves, and allowing the wisdom within us, to change us.
And so, my contribution to the vast world of health and wellness, with its many experts, is a simple one. It is the idea that we have an intelligence within us, far greater than that of our minds. Connecting to this intuitive intelligence, we are empowered to trust. In trusting ourselves, we find ourselves on a beautiful journey, be it clear and direct or sweetly meandering. My journey in nurturing health has been very much the latter. It has been circuitous and gradual. I have made many small changes that have resulted in a way of eating and caring for myself that is radical when juxtaposed to the norm.
That is also how I approach my work with clients; I support small changes that, over time, have powerful accumulative effects. I help clients train the metaphorical inner-ear, to hear what their bodies want from them. I hold space for transformations big and small, the paradigm shifts. While I have a lot of practical information that I am excited to share, I try to put that knowledge into the context of the person in front of me, instead of overlaying a template. My focus is plant-based, and I have a particular affinity for working with people who are interested in incorporating more plants into their diet, or who are transitioning to a plant-based diet.
If you are interested in working together, please visit my contact page, and drop me a note.
We are likely to work well together if:
-You are interested in exploring holistic solutions to your health concerns.
-You are willing to invest more of your time and energy into your health, even if just a little.
-You are interested in co-creating a plan and implementing it with my support.
I am probably not a good fit if:
-You are looking for a quick fix or rapid weight loss.
-You don’t have any time to invest in yourself.