If you struggle with food and eating, you’ve probably told yourself that it all comes down to willpower. You need to get serious, try harder, stay committed… you need to gain control once and for all!
But it doesn’t work. Yes, you have moments, or days, or even years where you have your eating under control, but eventually your willpower runs out.
You think it’s because something is wrong with you, but what if nothing is actually wrong? What if your body and mind are working exactly as designed?
What if fixing your relationship with food and your body is not about willpower at all? What if there is a different way?
Introducing Intuitive Eating: Intuitive eating is about reconnecting to your body’s inner wisdom about what, when, and how to eat.
It’s not a diet plan or a new set of rules about how/what/when to eat. And contrary to what you may have heard, it’s not about only eating when you’re hungry and stopping when you’re full.
It’s a whole new way of relating to food and your body. A peaceful way. A satisfying way. An empowering way.
My work is about helping people understand the true causes of their struggles with food. I help people learn how to listen to and trust their bodies. Willpower gets removed from the equation because it isn’t needed anymore. What a relief!
Read what others have to say about coaching with Daxle:
“I felt like I was aware of my hunger and fullness but still felt unhappy with the food choices I was making despite this. With her patience and feedback, I was able to recognize so many critical judgments I still had and begin to unravel patterns that were really effecting my life. Within a short time, I gained crucial insight into my motivations and was able to make noticeable progress towards intuitive eating and feeling more satisfaction from my food.”
“Rather than feeling overwhelmed and helpless, I now feel empowered to make healthy choices with self-compassion. I am so thankful to have found Daxle, and I can say with certainty that the time, energy, and money I have invested in her coaching services have been a worthwhile investment in myself.”
“The strides I’ve made with Daxle are things I never thought myself capable of achieving. Pushing away unfinished food because I’m full, taking a handful of chocolates and eating only 1 or 2, throwing out a dessert because it simply doesn’t taste good, not thinking about food for hours at a time, eating the thing that I want without hating myself for the next two days, and letting go of the idea that what I eat defines who I am, are things I believed were only for people with “will-power” that I didn’t possess.“
“Daxle has given me incredibly useful tools so that I don’t have to dive into a bag of chocolate and can really discover what emotion I am actually trying to feed.”
“Overall, I am much more relaxed about food and eating, my binges are essentially gone, I feel better physically, my digestion has even improved. I highly recommend anyone struggling with food and eating issues to work with Daxle!”