Intuitive Eating Coaching

Are you struggling to figure this whole “intuitive eating” thing out?  Have you tried tapping into your inner wisdom, only to find yourself knee deep in a pile of pastries (again)?  Maybe you need a coach; someone to support you and help you reconnect to your body.

Intuitive eating coaching is for you if:

  • You’re tired of feeling out of control around food
  • You want to eat in a way that makes your body feel good without trying so hard
  • You know your emotional eating has gotten out of hand
  • You’re done with diets but know you still need to do something 
  • You feel lost trying to figure out how to eat “healthy”
  • You’re ready to change but you need some support

As an intuitive eater you will:

  • Tune into your hunger and fullness signals
  • Eat any and all foods that appeal to you, without worry of overeating
  • Know ways of dealing with emotions without food
  • Trust your inner wisdom to tell you what, when, and how to eat
  • Eat for satisfaction, nourishment, and pleasure
  • Love, respect, and care for your amazing body- unconditionally!

Becoming an intuitive eater is a process, not a quick fix.  This is what makes it so different from dieting.  Dieting is about trying to adopt rules that don’t really fit who you are or what you need.  Intuitive eating is about reconnecting with your deepest wisdom about that which truly nourishes you.

My approach is holistic, recognizing you as a whole person with a complex inner and outer world.  If sleep, stress, or relationships are affecting your eating, we deal with that too.  I meet you right where you are, with all of your unique challenges and strengths.  Together we move closer to your goals, one step at a time.

Think you’re ready to become an intuitive eater?

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Contact me to schedule your free consultation.  We’ll talk about what you’re struggling with right now and how I can help you break free.

Read what others have to say about coaching with Daxle:

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Working one-on-one with Daxle has really changed the way I approach food and
eating. To my surprise, though, it’s also changed the way I approach stress, my life goals, and my day-to-day internal dialogue. I found Daxle’s website almost a year ago, and subscribed to her newsletter, and even bought some books that she recommended on her site, but they sat unread while I prioritized other things. I’ve been overweight most of my life, but after my doctor informed me that I was on the cusp of developing diabetes, I decided I couldn’t leave self-care on the back burner any longer. I contacted Daxle and we agreed that a 3-month coaching plan would be the best choice for me.
In short, Daxle has been a godsend, bringing clarity when I need it, asking tough questions, listening well, and offering gentle nudges and compassion at just the right times. I feel equipped now with the tools to manage my stress, my eating, and my body and my blood sugar has remained stable. 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.

-Marsha   
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I've done a million and one things to lose weight - run half-marathons while hating every step, been off and on and off and on and off Weight Watchers again and again, done juice cleanses and whole food detoxes. The end result of it all was that by the time I found Intuitive Eating, I was not only at my highest weight ever, but also at my lowest self-esteem. My weight and appearance, and my "good" food days versus the "bad", had become so inextricably tied to my sense of self-worth that I didn't trust myself to even understand the basic principles of Intuitive Eating on my own, and had begun engaging in new and self-destructive behaviors with food.

I'm still far from finished, but 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. Through every diet and program I did, it felt absolutely necessary to incorporate sugary treats into it, or I wouldn't even consider it. I had a habit of eating something sweet after every meal, and craving baked goods pretty much all the time. I really never believed that this tendency would change, and it was almost a part of my identity - my husband's nickname for me since we met has been "Sweets". I couldn't tell you how exactly, or why, but at some point during my work with Daxle, it was like a cloud lifted and I no longer feel the compulsion towards sweets. When I do eat them, I feel like I can stop. I really never believed this easing was possible, and can't fully express my relief since it's left.

I'm so glad that I not only found Intuitive Eating, but also that I found Daxle, who helped me see through my thoughts and habits to get to this new, better place.

-Courtney   

(More testimonials here.)

 

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