The Approach

The approach I take with clients is embedded in my health philosophy, which simply asks us to honour the body we are given by gaining an in-depth understanding of self, physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Whether I am working one on one with clients or addressing a group of students, peers, or consulting on a project for a larger organization, I fundamentally take the same steps.

My approach does not limit or restrict an individual's capacity to grow and unapologetically, be themselves. It honours their uniqueness and plays tribute to the idea that we already have all we need in order to grow and transform. As a holistic nutritionist, I am here to simply guide and support — in one on one consultations, in workshops, at events, and in research. 

To give you a better idea of how I work, I've outlined the three phases of my approach: it's my philosophy in health, getting back to basics.

|  LIVE  |
It's about listening to our bodies and living in accordance with their needs.

Defined as getting back to our roots. It's about acknowledging where we've come from and how all of our experiences have shaped who we are today. In the Live phase, we'll delve into your personal history to pull out the details that help to identify your unique constitution and basic nutritional and lifestyle needs, to help you heal and achieve your main health and wellness goals.

|  GROW  |

We can only thrive with a constant desire to learn and try new things.

Defined as the change and adaptation. It's about cultivating curiosity within ourselves and the world around us. Grow is the exploration phase. Once we've taken care of your basic nutritional and lifestyle needs, we'll take the next steps towards strengthening your constitution and building up your resilience. 


It's about living your best life, energetically and vibrantly.

Defined as letting go. It's all about living in the moment, and striving towards becoming the best version of ourselves. In the Flourish phase, we focus on maintenance and refinement — letting go what's not working for you, and mastering what is. 


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