Meet our Head Nutrition Coach
Who is nutrition coaching for?
-individuals who want to improve upon their overall health and wellness (loose weight, feel better, move better)
– individuals who want to learn more about personal nutrition as well as nutrition science
– Individuals who don’t want to be tied down to a strict diet or meal plan
Why Hire a coach?
We all are aware of the basics of healthy eating, what foods are good for us etc, but we don’t all necessarily follow through. Sometimes we need a little accountability and a push in the right direction to really get the ball rolling. Maybe you don’t know if you’re eating too much or too little? Maybe you struggle with making healthy meals and dealing with portions, or maybe you just want to learn how to improve your overall eating habits and feelings towards proper nutrition. A nutrition coach is able to help with all of those things, and shed some light on those burning nutrition questions you may have.
What to expect?
At MOST we offer two nutrition coaching routes. 1:1 coaching consists of a more tailored approach towards your needs and goals, with weekly or Bi weekly meetings, access to an online coaching portal that includes daily lessons, readings, and check ins. The 1:1 option allows you the flexibility to choose how many sessions/ weeks you would like to participate in coaching, that includes anywhere from 2 weeks – an entire year depending on your personal needs and goals.
Secondly we offer group coaching. Group coaching is a total of 8 weeks, and includes weekly meetings along with access to an online coaching portal that includes daily lessons, readings, and check ins. There is a maximum of 10 people for the group classes, and it is a safe sharing environment with the ability to connect and learn from other individuals in the group, covering the same curriculum. Although it is a group setting participants will still receive 1:1 coaching online, as well as a personalized overall nutrition plan. Once completed there is the option to continue group coaching for another 8 weeks in a level two program that includes more in depth nutrition science and learning.