Coaching to nourish your Soul
17th February, 2010
I wonder if you feel nourished in your mind, body and soul? I wonder if like many Women you search for a quick fix for your food issues and if you might just be ready for a life long solution finding inner peace and calm with your relationship with food and learn to nourish your Soul.
Answering such questions as:
Why do you eat?
Why do you choose particular foods?
How does food make you ‘really’ feel?
These questions are seldom answered because a diet pops up to distract you from looking any further but this could all change, if YOU choose it!
Food is something of a support system for many, it’s a friend, it’s a hug and it’s love. Let’s face it food is everywhere, totally reliable and easy to come by. So it stands to reason if you understand you and how you live and use food now, you can alter these habits. It’s wonderful to feel in control and to gain this deeper understanding, once you have the answers then food simply stops being the answer, you learn new skills, new ways of reacting and a new way of living with your food and feelings.
Coaching can offer an exceptional teacher, a trusted professional to help you explore change and set positive goals and to unconditionally support you through a special relationship of coach and client.
Do you deserve to...
Find the answers?
Ditch the diet and choose your personal Coach?
Make positive life long change?
I think you do!
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