After being trained by the Shaolin Warrior Monks in China in mind-body medicine and completing her certification as a Holistic Nutritionist, Stephanie takes a very well rounded approach to helping her clients implement small, practical change in their daily life that can have a huge impact on their overall wellbeing. Stephanie work on all aspects that influence wellbeing such as individualized genetic predispositions, diet, and lifestyle factors. Together with her clients they co-create actions plans that drive her clients to easily reach their wellness goals.
Through her own 15-year battle against digestive disorders and chronic inflammation, Stephanie was able to learn how to heal her own body through holistic, natural remedies and lifestyle changes and is now dedicated to helping other adults do the same. She understands that to be succeed you need the right people in your corner to hold you accountable and offer you support and guidance along the way. Stephanie is the founder of Unlimited You – Holistic Health Coaching where she provides 1:1 sessions to help her clients get to the root cause of their problems and begin healing from the inside out. She has helped countless men and women overcome digestive distress, rebalance hormones and regain their quality of life. For more information on the services she offers or to read her wellness blog you can head over to www.unlimitedyoucoaching.NET
Stephanie holds a certification in Holisitc Nurition from AFPA and is currently underway with her certification in Functional Medicine Health Coaching through FMCA – A division of the Institute for Functional Medicine. In the fall she will begin her studies in Immunology through Harvard Medical School’s online department. Stephanie is also certified in Tai Chi and basic Shaolin Kung Fu by the Shaolin temple, Yunnan Province in China.
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