Thrive Through the Holidays and Create Your Best Life Now
The holidays can trigger us to eat more, move less and postpone resolutions to change until after we celebrate the New Year. Certified Holistic Health Coach Elizabeth Lundberg wants to change the trend. She is offering a special three-month private coaching package that includes six private coaching sessions and preferred access to local cooking classes and workshops. With the right support, Lundberg believes that individuals can thrive through the holidays and sail into the New Year feeling their best.
Participants are empowered to learn about foods that feel best in their bodies and create easy meals that give them energy. As a coach, Lundberg provides support and helps clients heal health issues that have been holding them back and overcome blocks that prevent them from creating the life they imagine, as well as discovering their passions in the process.
Initial consultations are free. All coaching sessions take place via telephone, Skype or at Lundberg’s office, in Milwaukee’s East Side neighborhood.
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Cost: Natural Awakenings readers that book appointments during November pay $295 ($795 value). For more information, call 414-731-2855, email Info@ElizabethLundberg.com or visit ElizabethLundberg.com.
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