Many of us have struggled with weight loss and maintaining a healthy relationship with food, however, it is not simply an issue of food or weight loss. It is an issue of internal alignment. Our eating habits are often connected to our feelings and the food we eat may be subject to how we feel, rather than what we decide consciously. It’s pretty common isn’t it, that you decide you want to lose weight or eat more healthily, yet a few months or a year later you are back to square one.

Actually, our bodies are always communicating with us; we sometimes just don’t listen. There is so much we can learn and understand about ourselves when we listen to what our bodies are saying. Kinesiology can help us do this.

With Kinesiology you can learn where your energy is not flowing, through muscle testing. Once we know where your body needs help, we apply a range of gentle yet powerful healing techniques to improve health, wellbeing, life energy and vitality.

Eating disorders are among some of the toughest addictions to beat because they are so tied to how we feel and how we navigate the world. It is not a simple act of willpower or lack thereof that determines the type of relationship we have with food and how our body metabolises.

Physical health and mental health are very closely related. Some people eat to suppress emotions, some people deprive themselves of food instead of feeling the feelings. You might control your food closely when you feel you don’t have control of your environment. The results for some are too much weight, for others to much fat, for some it may be not enough weight.

Eating disorders can also arise from trauma that is manifested in the physical. How we relate to food might even feel like a weapon that either defeats us or suppresses the trauma.

This is where mind, body and soul food coaching is effective. My work combines Dynamic Eating Psychology and Mind-Body Nutrition. We use a combination of practical coaching techniques, results-oriented psychology, clinical nutrition, and body-centered practices. These are combined with mind-body science and a positive, compassionate approach to challenges with food and health.

It is important to understand why you have the relationship that you have with food.

Ask yourself: How has this affected other areas of your life?

Most importantly ask: Are you ready to start your healing process?

If you or someone you know is at risk or not living the life they want to live, don’t hesitate to contact me. Click the link below for my contact information: