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ABOUT AIMIE

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My name is Aimie (pronouns: She/Her) and I am a Certified Wellness & Health Coach and an Intuitive Eating Counselor located in Seattle, WA. My style is grounded in Health at Every Size, Intuitive Eating, and body inclusivity. 


I help coaches and parents of athletes  support autonomy, grow awareness of different mental illnesses common for athletes, and balance life inside and outside of sports. I also help thoughtful, driven athletes proudly take up some space and learn their inherent worth as human beings on and off the floor/ice. 

If you're ready to create lasting change as a coach, athlete, or parent, click on the button below for your free 20-minute phone consultation and I will support you in cultivating ways that promote balance and autonomy.

DEGREES

  • M.S. in Psychology - Specialization in Sport Psychology (Capella University)

  • B.S. in Psychology (Western Washington University)

  • B.A. in Biology (Western Washington University 

LICENSURE

  • Intuitive Eating Counselor - Credential ID 86345085

  • Licensed Be Body Positive Facilitator - The Body Positive

CERTIFICATIONS

  • Wellness & Health Coach - Trained and Certified Wellness Mapping 360 Method Wellness Coach 

  • Certified Trauma Informed Entrepreneur (November, 2022)

  • Certificate in NeuroWellness Coaching - The Positive Success Group

WHO I WORK WITH

  • People of all genders, orientations, religions, abilities, cultures and skin colors

  • People with a private space, phone/tablet/computer for virtual sessions, and reliable Wi-Fi access

  • For Intuitive Eating Counseling: People whose nutrition needs would not be better served by a Registered Dietician 

  • For Wellness & Health Coaching: People who's needs would not be better served by in-person counseling or a higher level of care 

WAYS I SUPPORT CLIENTS

Athletes and retired athletes wishing to:

  1. Learn how to prioritize their physical and mental wellbeing

  2. Find ways to reduce negative self-talk to reduce bombing under pressure

  3. Improve body image

  4. Set goals in and outside sports

  5. Get support in exploring life outside of their sport and transitioning into retirement


Sports coaches wishing to:

  1. Prioritize their athlete's mental and physical health

  2. Create lasting change in reducing food and body image related harm

  3. Wish to make changes in their coaching style

  4. Talk about navigating the difficulties of a balanced coach-athlete-parent relationship

  5. Navigate injuries, mind blocks, and stages of grief athletes experience during their careers

  6. Learn how to managing their own stress and expectations 

Parents of athletes wanting to: 

  1. Prioritize their athlete's mental and physical wellbeing

  2. Talk about navigating the difficulties of a balanced coach-athlete-parent relationship

  3. Create lasting change in reducing food and body image related harm

  4. Navigate injuries, mind blocks, and stages of grief athletes experience during their careers

  5. Learn how to managing their own stress and expectations 

DIFFICULTIES I SUPPORT CLIENTS WITH

  • Goal Setting Inside & Outside Sports

  • Body Image Issues

  • Moving through Athletic Retirement 

  • Mental Resilience and Coping Skills

  • Overcoming Mind Blocks (e.g., popping jumps in figure skating, twisties in gymnastics)

  • Womxn & Femme issues

  • Personal Growth

  • Life Transitions

  • Self-Esteem & Self-Compassion

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AIMIE'S STORY

Growing up, Aimie Epoch spent many years at the rink. She got her USFSA Double Gold Medals in 2010 and retired shortly after after getting injured. Aimie enjoyed spinning the most!


After navigating years of food and body image issues, Aimie became increasingly passionate about eating disorder prevention in aesthetic sports and the importance of prioritizing both physical and mental health. 

She began working as a Wellness & Health Coach. Following the growing awareness of the physical, sexual, and emotional abuse of young gymnasts and skaters, Aimie realized she wanted to write a book on prioritizing athlete welfare in aesthetic sports. Her book will be released in March of 2023. 

When not working or reading up on the latest research in the field, Aimie likes to watch crime documentaries, journal, spend time with family, and have art days with her friends.

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