True health and wellbeing is integrative and holistic. Since December 2006, I have studied and applied teachings in the field of food, mind, energy, emotion and spiritual wellness in my own personal life. In my Practice, I help people integrate ALL the key components – body, mind, heart and soul – so they can be happy, feel more at ease and lead meaningful lives.
• Body: I summarize a high vibrational eating style in six words: nutrient-dense, plant-based, whole food. We are all energy and information. Food contains energy and information and what we eat can significantly affect our vibration and therefore state of wellbeing. I work with clients to find ways to adopt high-vibrational eating into their lifestyle in a way that is manageable.
• Mind: Two of the most pervasive beliefs that people live with is “I am not loveable” and “I am not enough”. They come from our experiences in the earliest years of life and become the lens through which we view the world. We also put conditions on what would make us loveable and enough and yet, loving ourselves needs to be the starting point. Most people think they need to reach a certain weight and health status before they are loveable, but the biggest contributor to achieving true health and wellness is self-love and acceptance. That must be the starting point and I guide my clients to realizing and cultivating that for themselves.
• Heart: One of the biggest reasons we get sick is when we do not process through our emotions which usually spills out in fear that can overwhelm us. And we develop many coping mechanisms to avoid dealing with our emotions such as compulsive eating, drinking, gambling, etc. Eventually, the repressed emotions and experiences can catch up with us and show up as illness of some kind. I work with my clients to process their emotional pain so they can move through life with greater ease and peace.
• Soul: The greatest yearning I have is to truly know myself and live from that place. When I do something that lights me up, I know I am living my path and purpose. And it does not have to be something monumental. That’s how the ego can try to fool us, “If it is not earth-shattering, then what’s the point of doing it”? I have realized living on purpose can happen in every moment, in any situation. And it can be the simplest thing like smiling at a stranger or something that is deeply profound. The gauge for it is how lit up I feel. I work with my clients to get in touch with parts of themselves that know what would be soul-loving and light them up.