– Love Your Body + Love Yourself
What if you trusted yourself with food? What if you loved your body without constantly critiquing it? What if you could lose weight without dieting?
As a weight loss coach, I have worked with women who have tried dozens of diets, punishing workout routines, deprivation, restrictive eating programs, and just about every tactic available to change their bodies. These women – women just like you – come to me feeling frustrated and helpless, unable to change themselves and unable to love themselves.
They were convinced that lasting weight loss was a myth. But when I taught them to focus on the real forces at play instead of obsessing about calories in and calories out, they were finally able to end their battles with food, love their bodies and lose weight.
When you choose to work with me as your private coach, together we will:
- Identify the emotions that cause you to overeat and obsess about food
- Tune into your personal Hunger Scale
- Practice nurturing your body + health with nourishing foods + compassion.
- Transform your beliefs about weight, your body, and exercise
You will come away with:
- Enjoying eating food in a nourishing and sustainable way
- A loving relationship with your body
- A transformed relationship with movement
In our coaching sessions, we focus on the root causes of overeating and learn how to truly nourishing ourselves. The women I have worked with came to me with one goal: to lose weight.
But they came away with so much more … and so will you.
Weight Loss Intensive Coaching Package
- One year of coaching – The Partnership
- Three half-day intensives (Incorporating The Daring Way™ with weight loss)
- A year of coaching: 36 sessions (for check-in + accountability + forward movement)
- Total = 48 hours of coaching
- $850/month for 12 months
- 3 payments of $3200
- pay in full $9000 (savings of $1200)
Make Peace With Your Body Waitlist
“First I need to start out by saying once again, Koren is the real deal.
I saw the info on the weight loss coaching and thought to my self I probably should do this but I can’t. I have tried and failed, I have no time, I can’t afford it, blah, blah,blah.
I continued to listen to Koren’s podcast and asked what IS possible for me? How do I do this? Can I do this? Really, can I do this? What am I missing?
I decided to work with Koren. My weight is no longer holds me hostage to the rest of my life. I know that my body tends to gain/loose weight a bit different from the rest of the world. Instead of obsessing about it, I am in touch with my body an understanding the way it works and what works best for my body.
Looking back on my evidence I see a person who is calmer (let me get this straight I signed up for weight loss and I am calmer– beyond funny to me). I am more in touch with myself and do not judge everything I do or don’t do so harshly. And, yes, that has translated into my relationships. I am absolutely more kind to myself. When my body said this weekend it was running on empty and I needed just to sit and be for a while I did just that. (note: my family still insists on checking to make sure I feel okay if I actually sit down on the weekend– Ha!). Do I judge every person who offers me a cookie or a treat like they are evil, no. Do I obsess over everything I should and should not be eating…not at all. I no longer have a good food vs. bad food list. My list now consists of what am I hungry for? Am I hungry?, How will I feel after I eat X? This is not the crazy person counting points, carbs or fat grams- it is also not the crabby person who I was when I was counting points, carbs or fat grams wondering why am I the ONLY one who can’t loose the weight.
Food does not define me.
Sorry diet food, you are no longer an acceptable part of my daily nourishment.
I don’t feel the need to be “perfect”. I am still an over achiever but now I do these things to serve me and not others, or worry about what others thing of me – it does not define me.
I am so grateful for Koren’s coaching and the work we have had to do. I had to do all this “work” first, and now I understand why each step is so important. I am grateful to have found myself again- I was lost and now I believe I am found. I am still learning, tweaking, stumbling, getting back up and teaching myself and others. I embrace that I am a slow learner and that small hinges move big doors. The best part is that I am excited for possibilities I don’t feel like I just “get through every day”.