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You Are What You Eat, Right?

You are what you eat, right? Surprisingly the answer to that question is yes and no. It would be more accurate – but admittedly less catchy – to say “you are what you assimilate.” Getting healthy food into your body is without a doubt a critical step to achieving overall health; however, your ability to …

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Dehydration: More Than Thirst

During the summer months, dehydration becomes a common topic of conversation. We hear stories of people succumbing to the relentless heat and ending up in the hospital. Staying hydrated is important for everyone but, as we grow older the need to stay properly hydrated increases while the body’s ability to hold on to vital fluids …

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In Sync with the Seasons

In the midst of winter, I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer. – Albert Camus How often have you said that time was working against you or that time was not on your side? Too often we get caught in the trap of linear time and lose out on the magic …

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Good Bacteria = Good Mood

The benefits of probiotics – or “good” gut bacteria – have been making the news for some time now. Grocery store aisles abound with probiotic enriched products from yogurt to granola but it looks like probiotics are good for more than just healthy digestion. Recent scientific studies have uncovered an exciting new potential benefit for …

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Vitamin “D” Mystified

Vitamin D is the newest media darling capturing headlines and causing confusion. With the news covering studies that claim up to 40% of Americans are deficient in this key nutrient, you are likely wondering, am I getting enough D? If not, where the heck do I get it? Allow us to “D” mystify you. Let’s …

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Taste Your Way to Health

It may feel like the Food Pyramid has been ruling your eating habits all of your life but this icon of the healthy eating ideal was only introduced to the American public in 1992. It has since been replaced with the My Plate graphic but the concept remains the same. A healthy diet equals a …

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New Client Forms

Here are some tips to help you get the most out of your virtual session!

Health Coaching
Prior to your session
  1. Please click here to fill out the new client intake forms for your selected service. Please make sure to fill this out at least 24-hours prior to your scheduled appointment. 
  2. You will receive a zoom link prior to your appointment. Please check your email inbox. 
  3. If you would like us to analyze your iris and/or tongue, please take a close-up picture with your phone and email it to us. Make sure you are in an area with a lot of light and look directly into the camera. We’ve made a video tutorial for you to get the best pictures.  https://youtu.be/jj51psy91xA
  4. Organize your thoughts. Make a list of what you would like to see accomplished during your session.

During your session
  • Please consider this YOUR time, so minimize any distractions. Choose a place with good lighting and be ready for us to call you.
  • We will want to see your face, tongue, and nails so make sure they are clean.
  • It is ideal to have current supplements with you if you have questions regarding supplementation.
After your session
  1. We will email you a post-visit summary so you will have highlights and directions to keep in your inbox or print out.
  2. Supplemental recommendations will be emailed to you from our online dispensary, Wellevate, where you can easily order and get them shipped to your home.
Private Yoga
Prior to your session, please download Zoom
  • Go to Zoom’s website at Zoom.us.
  • Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click “Download” in the web page’s footer.
  • On the Download Center page, click “Download” under the “Zoom Client for Meetings” section.
  • The Zoom app will then begin downloading.
Set up your space and please consider this YOUR time, so minimize any distractions.
  • It’s important for me to see your whole body, choose a space with a strong wifi, good lighting and enough room to move around. 
  • I’ve found it best to have your computer set up on a small table or chair angled to either side, at top of your mat. 
  • When you book your appointment , you receive a link that connects you to the date-and-time-specific conference page. 
  • Please plan to log in 5-10 minutes prior.