Wellness isn't just about what we eat or how often we exercise, it's so much more than that! It's our relationship with food, our relationship with ourselves, how we manage stress, how well we sleep, how we talk to ourselves, how we recover, how we play, how well we pay attention to the needs of our bodies. Many people focus all their energy on just food, or exercise, maybe both, but ignore the rest and still don't see the health improvements they seek. Spending just a little bit of time improving multiple areas of your life will have a greater benefit to your overall health than spending a lot of time in just one or two areas. As a wellness, lifestyle, and nutrition coach, it is my goal to help you become the best version of yourself by helping you learn to navigate these different areas of health and wellness.
With all of the options out there and the different styles of coaching, I think is is important to understand what you will get with my coaching and what I do and do not offer. I do not write meal plans and I will not give you strict caloric or marco-nutrient breakdowns to follow. I do not believe this is the optimal way to go about improving health or reaching fitness goals, for most people. I also do not believe this way of living is sustainable and my goal is to help you reach a comfortable and sustainable way of life. I do not focus solely on weight, this is not always a good indicator of success. I do expect you to show up and put in the work, your goals won't be reached by just talking to me, you must take action. I do focus on helping you shift your mindset, realizing a point where you not only know you can, but also enjoy the process of reaching your goals. I will guide you to make small but important changes that help you make a permanent lifestyle shift instead of big, daunting tasks, that are not maintainable for the long term.
Working with me will include (but is not limited to):
- Setting a clear vision for your goals
- Overcoming limiting beliefs
- Improving self confidence
- Weight loss
- Improving your relationship with food
- Beating fatigue
- Improving blood glucose levels
- Learning to listen to your body
- Improving gut health
- Kicking cravings
- Maintaining work/life balance
- Dianne Hatke, MA, PN1