Wellness & Health Coach and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor

Aimie combines Wellness & Health Coaching and the principles of Intuitive Eating © to help clients identify their barriers to change, build self-efficacy skills, and develop healthy relationships with food by learning how to nourish and accept their now body.

 
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Group Coaching Course for Athletes in Aesthetic Sports

This Nutrition Education & Mental Health Resilience is built specifically for athletes in aesthetic sports (figure skaters, gymnasts, dancers, etc.). This online group coaching course consists of education presentations, guided group discussions, worksheets, and resources. To learn more, click here.​

What is Wellness & Health Coaching?

Wellness & Health coaches help clients find motivation and offer tools to achieve physical and emotional health goals. This client-centered process allows for sustainable lifestyle behavioral change. To learn more about how you might benefit from a Wellness & Health coach, click here.

Intuitive Eating is a self care eating framework. It is an evidence based model that encourages relying on hunger & satiety cues and eating for physical reasons. There are 10 Key Principles to Intuitive Eating. To learn more about Intuitive Eating, click here. 

 

A little about Aimie!

Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, Wellness & Health Coach, and Neuro-Wellness Coach

Aimie Epoch graduated from Western Washington University with a B.S. in Psychology and B.A. in Biology in early 2018. Aimie is an Intuitive Eating Counselor, trained & certified by the Original Intuitive Eating Pros. In addition, Aimie is a Certified Wellness & Health Coach and a Certified Neuro-Wellness Coach.

 

“Instead of imagining that well-being is only possible at a specific weight, a weight-inclusive approach considers empirically supported practices that enhance people’s health in patient care and public health settings regardless of where they fall on the weight spectrum.”

Tracy L. Tylka, 2014