Holistic Health Coaching for Women of Faith
Remember your last flight, when the attendant gave the “in-case-of-emergency” instructions and said, “take the oxygen mask that falls from above you and put it to your own mouth and nose first, then assist others…?”
As a mom, I smile when I hear that reminder, because it is a profound analogy to my life! When we are in a position of caring for others, we have a constant need of renewal and nurturing ourselves.
But ironically, it seems that we can easily fall into a pattern of neglect when we don’t have plans in place for caring for ourselves and then for all that is in our stewardship! Planning and self-care are the critical tools we need for staying strong, physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.
Boiled down, we maintain good health as we convince our bodies, by making decisions and plans ahead of time, that our life is not an emergency.
Lioness at the Door, holistic health coaching was designed to support busy moms with that very task! Specifically, to learn and practice better self-care; to create step-by-step home management habits and even demystify the answer to the daily question, “What’s for dinner?”
Let’s face it, we need a plan and systems in place to feel calm, happy and flowing in this challenging yet fulfilling career of parenthood.
Lioness at the Door promotes a philosophy of taking responsibility for your health so that you can be a fierce advocate for your family.
Are you ready for clarity, guidance and support with your health and family-life goals?
If so, I would be honored to assist you in channeling your inner Lioness!
God bless you my friend.
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