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Our vehicle for assisting people to achieve a higher level of both physical and mental well-being


Total health can be described as the cross roads of Physical, Mental, and Spiritual well-being where they create a rhythm that allows you to be the best person you can be on a daily basis.


Coaching is, to quote W. Timothy Gallwey, “the art of creating an environment, through conversation and a way of being, that facilitates the process by which a person can move toward desired goals in a fulfilling manner”.


When those goals have to do with health, fitness and wellness, coaching becomes a vehicle for assisting people to achieve a higher level of both physical and mental well-being.


Coaching is not only advising clients on how to solve problems, educating clients about what they should do, nor analyzing the root-causes of client predicaments. We take an active-listening approach that then allows us to come up with a collaborative and co-creative plan to reach your visions and goals.


Coaching can be the missing piece to mend those pitfalls that have kept you from reaching your fitness goals. Call to set an appointment. Sessions are 30 or 55min.

Laurie Heit couldn’t imagine working with a wellness coach. In fact, she didn’t even know what a wellness coach was — until one transformed her life.


A compulsive overeater, Heit had struggled with her weight since childhood. She went on diet after diet, and was finally ready to join Overeaters Anonymous when a friend told her about wellness coaching. She suggested Chere Bork, a registered dietitian and coach. Heit jumped at the chance.


After her first appointment, Heit was so impressed that she decided to do more. She has now had 12 telephone coaching sessions with Bork at a cost of $75 each. She insists they were worth every penny.


Although Heit has made significant improvements to her diet and lost weight, she says she’s gained something far more important. Through the coaching process, Heit discovered that losing weight wasn’t what she needed most. She longed to be at home with her family. So after debating the options, Heit quit her insurance job and became a full-time homemaker. She’s never been happier.


“My goal didn’t change, but how I got there did,” she explains. “The time and exploration of the right food plan helped me explore myself and my wants in life.“ Web M.D.