Would you like to lose excess weight? Would you like to live more days free from the burden of stress? Would you like to feel rested, vibrant and ready to take on each day? Let's make that happen!
Erin is both a AFPA Certified Nutrition and Wellness Consultant and ACE Certified Behavior Change Specialist. She strongly believes that improving quality of life comes from addressing the tiny habits that make up our day to day lives. With her guidance, Erin can help you identify and change your habits so that you can live a happier, healthier life.
Erin encourages you to consider dedicating three months to your wellness goals. Routine accountability will ensure greater success in achieving the desired lifestyle changes you are seeking. To book an appointment contact Erin.
Testimonials from Participants:
"The camaraderie of the group and the discussions we had definitely had a major impact on me and how I feel about myself."
"The program helps you pay closer attention to your entire self - mind, body and spirit which is key to changing behaviors and beginning to work on greater health. It is good to be with others along the journey to share our stories and feel supported. A good group of folks you can trust in this deep way is important and you helped establish that right from the beginning."
Program OutlineSeptember 21st: Cultivate a New Identity
During our first meeting we will look closely at our wellbeing and how our past approaches to self-improvement may have failed us. Understanding the layers of behavior change and the connection between our thoughts and our emotions, we will cultivate a new approach to self-improvement. Effective change is within your reach!
September 28th: The Ayurvedic Approach to Wellbeing
Looking at our wellbeing through the lens of Ayurveda, we find a sense of empowerment. This ancient holistic approach is founded on the principle that our mind have a deep influence on the body and our body itself is incredibly resilient when in balance. Good health is mostly a personal choice. We create the body we live in with our mindset and our daily habits.
October 5th: Body Type: Learn about your natural, internal make-up
This week we will explore our own internal make-up and learn the reasons behind many of our mental/behavioral/physical tendencies. We will also look at what symptoms are indicators of imbalance within. Empowered by this deep knowledge of who we are, we can adjust our lifestyles to bring us back into balance and to support amazing wellbeing and longevity.
October 12th: Sleep & Sleep Rhythm
Sleep is often a topic of conversation these days and rightfully so. Most of us are overtired yet sleep is the number one habit to address when looking to improve our wellbeing. We will look at what is going on (or should be) in the body while we sleep that makes getting enough of it so important and the symptoms associated with being chronically overtired. We will also address how to create an evening routine that fosters better sleep. You CAN feel bright-eyed and ready to take on each day!
October 19th: Nourishment & Digestive Rhythm: Eating habits
So often we search out answers for what and when to eat, yet if we became aware of the subtle messages from our bodies, we could rely on our instincts for the answers instead. By understanding how our digestive system operates we will learn why two-three meals a day will suffice, why the timing of each meal is important and why incorporating the six tastes is essential for our overall wellbeing. We will also discuss the symptoms of balanced/imbalanced digestion and explore ways to promote healthy digestion.
October 26th: Navigate Relationships: Building your support system
In order to successfully make changes in our lifestyles we must surround ourselves with like-minded people. That circle of support may come from family, friends, or colleagues. While we build that circle around us, we also need to acknowledge those in our lives who aren’t in a place to change with us. We will explore how to establish support for one another using clear communication, rooted in empathy and in doing so strengthen our relationships with others.
November 2nd: Cultivate a Life of Ease: Give stress a rest!
Let's imagine together what a life of ease looks like and then figure out how we can construct that life for ourselves. The first step is recognizing what the root causes of stress are for each of us. Then we can learn how to manage and change these factors through conscious choices with our mindset and our behaviors. We will discuss what habits can help us establish a balanced and grounded "seat" from which to operate from in our daily lives. Moving from a state of restriction to expansion, we can find greater happiness and fulfillment in a life of ease.
November 9th: The True You: A life of wellbeing
After seven weeks of dedicating time and energy to improving our wellbeing, we will review what we have explored and celebrate the progress made and the potential that lies ahead.
*Upon completing the program, there will be an opportunity to participate in a monthly follow-up meeting to help you stay connected, supported and accountable as you continue to move forward on your journey.
When: Mondays, 6-8pm, Sept. 21 - Nov. 9
Where: Live, online via Zoom
Limited to #10 participants
The Honor Your Health 8-week wellbeing program will take place via Zoom in order to ensure a healthy and safe interaction. It will be a live, interactive, group experience.