Intuitive Eating and Body Image Coaching
Life’s too short to be restricted by unrealistic body standards and unnecessary food rules. It’s time to make simple things simple again!
Ditching diet culture is going to require you to unlearn the things that have been keeping you stuck, starting with redefining what health is for you. In this free guide you’ll learn 5 steps to transform your health habits from stressful to easeful.
The last thing you need is another person telling you what you should or shouldn’t eat. What you need is more self-compassion and permission. Permission to eat that slice of cake, to wear that bikini, to trust your gut. My job is to help you write those permission slips.
Tune into the Authentic Appetite Podcast, where I help wellness rebels just like you ditch the rules and pave an imperfect path to living an authentic life- free from the strains of diet and toxic wellness culture. Food, movement, wellness, desires, goals- What are you craving? Where can you sign the permission slip to loosen the grip and step into your truth so that you can be more present and return to a peaceful relationship with food and your body.
A 5-month 1:1 coaching experience designed to help you remove anxiety, shame and guilt around food and your body by reconnecting with your inner wisdom, removing the blocks that have been keeping you stuck and developing unshakeable confidence!
I’m an ex-dieter turned ex-weight loss coach, turned ex-holistic nutritionist, turned ex-toxic-free enthusiast turned intuitive eating and body image coach. Trust me when I say, I’ve been there…
It might have taken me two thirds of my life to get here but I’m finally convinced that the path to health and happiness is not found by losing weight or ‘clean’ eating. Now I coach women to find unshakeable confidence, and a peaceful relationship with food and their bodies.
I have read many books on how to lose weight, on how to live my best life by losing that last 10lbs, on compulsive eating, on how to heal myself so I would stop eating….blah blah blah. How could I believe that folding my towels and sheets perfectly would satisfy me emotionally to the point that I would lose weight? I wish I could say it worked but it didn’t. What it did do was carve out another layer of the well grooved path in my brain that sincerely, heart fully and earnestly BELIEVED that I would be all that and more if I was thin. Then….I met Ardelle.
– PAT CHEMAGO