The Well-Balanced MethodImagine the freedom of saying goodbye to emotional eating, cravings, feeling guilty after eating, counting calories, and obsessing about food.
Give me just 8 weeks and I’ll help you get there! If you think you’ve “tried it all”, I promise, you haven’t.
The 8 Week Well-Balanced Method is an anti-diet group coaching program designed to help you get off the yo-yo dieting cycle and dive deep into what’s going on in the mind—addressing emotional eating, limiting beliefs, and food guilt, while gaining respect for your body that lasts a lifetime.
As a nutritionist, yoga instructor, and personal trainer, I knew the facts. I knew what was healthy to eat and what wasn’t. I knew pre and post-workout nutrition. But every time I sat down to eat, I was consumed by the many different food rules I had picked up over the years—leaving me confused about what my body actually needed.
My all-or-nothing mindset and expectations for myself, on top of constant fluctuations in my eating habits and exercise, created chronic fatigue that became unbearable. The anxiety and depression that unfolded in my life was no joke. I was in survival mode.
And then something just clicked for me…
I thought to myself…
I don’t think this is the answer.
I don’t want this to be my life.
I don’t want to be counting every calorie.
I don’t want to always need to be on a plan.
I don’t want to push myself to exercise 6 days a week & feel burnt out on the weekends…
I thought… that there must be a better way, there must be something else…
Meet the 3 phases of the Well-Balanced Method
The anti-diet approach throws all of the food rules out the window, so that you can pull the curtain back, confront mental and emotional blocks, and drop into your body. Once I strengthened my awareness—I was able to officially get off of the perpetual dieting cycle, build self-trust, and I became confident in my food choices.
A BREAKDOWN OF YOUR 8-WEEK JOURNEY
- Weekly group coaching calls on Zoom
- Call replays sent to you
- Phase 1 – Breaking Up with Dieting Mentality
- Phase 2 – Emotional Eating
- Phase 3 – Respecting Your Body
- Detailed workbooks for each phase
- Online support through our private Facebook group anytime
PHASE 1 – Breaking Up with Dieting Mentality
- Replacing Calorie Obsession With Awareness
- Metabolic Rehab
- Nervous System Regulation
PHASE 2 – Emotional Eating & Negative Self Talk
- Emotional Connection To Food
- Navigating Willpower & Cravings
- Challenging Food Police & Self-Talk
PHASE 3 – Respecting Your Body
- Finding Pleasure In Healthy Eating
- Supporting Your Body With Workouts
- Stop “Body-Bashing”
It’s time to ditch the all-or-nothing dieting mentality finally end this toxic cycle.
Lisa was so excellent to work with – she’s very knowledgeable, responsive, and supportive. She approaches her coaching from a place of compassion and empathy. I spent years in a destructive space about dieting and my body, and she was so helpful in getting me on the right track. She helped me set goals and provided spot-on guidance that supported the heavy lifting I love to do. She helped me shift the focus away from dieting culture and gave me the tools to lead a more balanced lifestyle. Thanks to her, I have increased energy, better sleep, and a more healthy relationship with my body. I could not recommend her more!
Will This Really Help Me?
WHO IS THIS FOR?
- You’re tired of restrictive diets
- You’re ready to break-up with the dieting mentality
- You want to learn how to build more awareness around eating
- You’re ready to start tuning into your inner dialogue (hey mean girl voice)
- You’re ready to improve your confidence and learn how to trust yourself again
WHO IS THIS NOT FOR?
- You want a quick diet or meal plan; this program is about deep diving into the thinking patterns that drive us to emotional eating, food guilt, and food obsession
- You are not serious about putting in the work to improve your relationships with food, your body, and exercise
- You are looking for a weight-loss specific plan
Its time to address the emotional eating, limiting beliefs, and food guilt, while gaining respect for your body that lasts a lifetime.
Frequently Asked Questions
I’m nervous about gaining weight…if I’m not on a diet will I overeat or gain weight?
I hear you. Diet plans disconnect you from your body, and make you believe that you can’t make the right food choices for yourself which fuels self-doubt and leaves you second-guessing yourself. The Well-Balanced Method helps you reset your metabolism so that your body is in a relaxed and supported state, we address the negative food talk so that you can gain back your self-trust, and provide you with the tools to approach your nutrition and exercise so that you can make your OWN informed decisions without ever NEEDING a diet plan again. HOW EMPOWERING! You will learn how to reconnect with your body in a much more balanced way—and the self-trust that you gain overrules overeating every time.
I’m nervous about this program being in a group setting, am I going to have to share my personal stories in front of everyone?
What’s amazing about the Well-Balanced Method is the community. It’s such a relief to meet others who are struggling with similar issues and get stronger together. That being said, you will never be required to share anything that you don’t feel comfortable sharing. You will never be put on the spot, or pressured into sharing a personal experience that you don’t want to share. During each phase of the program you are provided with a workbook (3 workbooks total), and that’s where you can get really specific and personal…you will never be asked to share those answers in front of the group—it is solely your own inner work to help you along your self-development journey.
Will I get a food list?
In the Well-Balanced Method, there will be no food lists to follow. It’s totally okay if you feel nervous about this—and it’s also a sign that this is going to help you. There are obviously certain foods that are healthier than others, which we will talk about in Phase 3 of the program when we discuss blood sugar balance and creating a nutritious plate. But before we can dig into that, we have to challenge some of the food rules you have heard and begin healing your relationship with food.