Health and Wellbeing
For men and women
How would you like to feel fitter, healthier and less stressed?
Make significant changes to your emotional and physical wellbeing.
Coaching can help can help with mental and physical health.
It can help with self-esteem, mild depression and losing weight.
- Reduce stress by changing your mindset and behaviour.
- Get fitter, discover the activities you enjoy and can stick to.
- Eat more healthily, optimise your health for the future.
- Improve your work-life balance, enjoy a better quality of life.
How it works
Identify what you want to change.
What has worked for you before and what hasn't?
What tripped you up and made you give up and go back to your old habits?
You set your goals and timescales around what you want to achieve.
It's results-focused because I want you to get results. If you are committed it will work.
I've recently completed a Food as Medicine course.
This is a fascinating course on how food can impact positively on our health by making small changes to what we eat and how we eat.
The course was presented by dietitians at Monash University one of the world's leading universities for research into food and health.
This has confirmed for me the real benefits to wellbeing from food.
I'd love to share the information through coaching to improve your
health and wellbeing.
Wellbeing & Menopause Coaching
As a 50+ woman myself, I am passionate about helping you feel great.
Midlife for women is a challenging time. Sometimes overwhelming.
I can help you to:
- Take control of your physical and emotional wellbeing.
- Put changes in place that will make you feel great.
- Create a bespoke coaching plan that will give you results.
The aim is to improve your physical and emotional wellbeing now,
and in the years to come.
My experience is twofold: I will work with you as a coach but also as a writer, who researches and writes about health.
I've spoken to leading UK menopause specialists, dietitians and exercise experts. I will share their expertise with you.
As a coach, I write a Question and Answer page for the national magazine Menopause Matters.
In the news....latest research on HRT and healthier hearts published by Medscape.
New research on how diet can affect age of menopause.
Some of my features
‘Menopause years have posed both physical and emotional problems. It has been amazing to receive coaching from someone who understands these challenges. She has helped me to focus on all the positives that mid life brings with it. Andrea