If you've found yourself here, you've probably battled with food, exercise & your body for a quite a long time.
I previously had a very bad relationship with food which included eating disorders, obsessing about exercise and body weight and felt like was taking over my life.
I eventually decided to quit my office job and become a Personal Trainer which I loved. But even though some things improved, with all that "knowledge" at my finger tips, I still felt this internal battle with food.
When it got to around the 10 year mark, I decided I had had enough.
I was done with stressing and obsessing around food, there was so much more I wanted to do with my life. I wanted to get my confidence, energy and thoughts back.I wanted to get my life back.
I ended up selling my gym business at the time and moved to Brazil for 18 months. Where I have myself 12 months to make peace with food, exercise & my body.
If there is 1 word that I can use to describe how that feels?
It would be Freedom.
I felt free from being trapped by the "rules"
I felt free from obsessive thoughts around food "should I, shouldn't I, can I, can't I?"
When I no longer had that there, I had freed up all that time, energy and thought capacity and I began to ask - what's next?
That's when it really begins.
Healing your relationship with food is just the beginning. There is so much more waiting for you on the other side.
That is one of the reasons I decided to create 'Making Peace with Food & Your Body 4 week training.'
Even if you have been dieting, obsessing about food & body weight for years - there is a seed of belief inside of you that knows change is possible.
That there is so much more of your life that needs to be lived, rather than thinking about calories all day. Otherwise you would give up completely and you wouldn't be reading this.
Trouble is, we (including me) spend most of our time watering the seed of self-doubt.
It wasn't until I switched my focus and started to water the seed of self-belief, that everything started to change.
We can try and change our habits for years (I did.)
But we are the ones who are directing those habits.
We need to change before our habits do.
I am so excited for you, and to have you join us