Most frequent questions and answers
Yes, you can. As a woman, I tend to appeal to women. However, I have coached men and don’t exclude men from my programs.
You will invest about 30 minutes daily into the program. The workouts are between 15 and 30 minutes long, and each month, you will need to allot some time for watching the training videos on mindful habits and mindful eating.
Although I include 10-week whole-food omnivore and vegetarian meal plans and grocery shopping lists in the program, my goal is to teach you to create your own quick whole-food meals using my meal planning blueprints.
You receive the mindful habits guides accompanied by a video presentation and worksheets so that you can learn to choose your habits mindfully. Your current life is the sum of your habits. You do not rise to the level of your goals; you fall to the level of your system. This system is the collection of your habits. If there is a gap between your goals and your system, the system always wins. The materials in the Mindful Habits pillar will enable you to create a system that works for you.
If find there are two types of people who don’t like yoga:
1- Those who think yoga is just about moving slowly and stretching.
2- Those who would rather lift weights at the gym.
If you are a woman over 40 asking this question, you are likely in the first group, and I am telling you, you will learn to love yoga! I know because I was like you until I discovered how to make yoga challenging and fun! I became so passionate about it that I traded in my NASM fitness trainer certification to become a 500-Hour Certified Yoga Instructor. The Mindful Movement pillar is all about helping you discover this exciting and challenging side of yoga so that you can love moving your body. As you follow video routines included in the program, you will see your abs get tight, your shoulders and arms become more defined, your legs stronger, and your whole body more flexible. That is the magic of yoga!
Nope! I do offer some recommendations for those who want supplements, but nothing is required beyond whole foods.
This coaching program centers on mindful eating, mindful habits, and movement. All three components will benefit almost anyone. However, if you suffer from any medical condition, I recommend you speak to your medical provider before joining.