Life is hard enough on it's own. Let's work on how you can thrive again by having someone in your corner helping you own and embrace the person you were always meant to be!
Five years ago, I was sick, broke, tired and overwhelmed.
I was running around in circles helping everyone else out but myself. As a recovering people pleaser, I thought self care was selfish. Little did I know, that no one wins, when I am tired and unwell. We are doing ourselves and the world a disservice.
When YOU are unwell, it makes it harder to be mindful of what you eat, how you react in certain situations, to manage your stress, to be compassionate, and full of energy. Being unwell triggers autopilot and we immediately go into survival mode which is a heightened state of stress that your body can't thrive in.
I believe when we create the space to listen to our body, respond, and pay attention to what it needs. We can begin the healing process, and show up as our most authentic selves.
Improve your relationship with food and eat without the guilt and shame
establish a morning routine so you feel confident at the start of your day
identify habits that are no longer serving you
identify nourishing foods you can eat that make you feel satisfied
discover movements and exercises that celebrate your body not punish it
"I have lived most of my life with an unhealthy relationship with food and struggles with depression. In the summer of 2020, food was controlling my life more than ever. I had lots of self hatred and desperately wanted to lose weight. Chioma’s voice on Instagram resonated with me and inspired me to ask her for help."
We started with the power of a morning routine. Morning movement. Morning reflection. Morning clarity. I began setting an early alarm to enjoy the simple silence in my house. I reflected on gratitude. What am I proud of? What will I focus on today? And one of the most powerful questions, what have I done for me?
We talked about what I was eating. Logging my food wasn’t just about writing down what I ate. What was happening when I chose to eat? What emotions was I feeling? Was my meal satisfying? Did it give me energy?
Emotional eating has always been such a vague statement to me. Chioma brought it to life. I learned how to be thoughtful and mindful when eating. All of the questions she asked changed my relationship with food. I learned and am continuing to focus on how food makes me feel.
Chioma reviewed how I answered my morning questions, as well as my food and movement log and incorporated my experiences and feelings into our weekly coaching sessions. She asked questions, shared her wisdom, and in the end helped me create a toolbox of ways to weave wellness into my day.
LET'S DO THIS!
I understand not everyone is the right fit. With this 30 minute consultation, we'll go over what your goals are, what your motivation is. And at the end I'll go over how my program works. Then we can decide if it's a good fit for you. No pressure at all!
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“If you're On the fence, let me just say this is the absolute best decision you can make.”