This is the most important factor in a healthy lifestyle. You already have the answers to your exercise and food issuesit’s my job to bring them to the surface.

If you are looking for a regimented exercise and diet plan—a one-size-fits-all guideline—then my approach is not right for you. I don’t believe in quick fixes, cleanses, fad diets or any kind of rapid weight loss. Instead, I believe that both diet and exercise need to be highly individualized. For example, some people know a lot about nutrition but can’t seem to make changes in their diet. For those clients, we need to brainstorm and have specific behavior modification  strategies. Others simply don’t know the basics of a healthy diet; they need education. No matter what the issue, the key is to change your way of thinking from short to long term. We are in this for the long haul because that’s what making lifestyle changes are all about.


I also believe that when you achieve your goals, the success will be yours, not mine. That’s why my favorite expression is “GO YOU!”
I can give you the tools but you are going to have to make it happen for yourself. It’s hard work, but you can do it!



Diet and exercise go hand in hand and we need both a healthy diet and regular exercise to stay fit. If you feel that your exercise is on track, then we can initially focus on developing an eating plan that will work for you. On the other hand, if you feel that your eating is going well and that your exercise needs a jump-start, we can zoom in on that. Finally, if you feel that you need both, we can do both components at the same time—it’s up to you.