I offer two types of services to individuals currently in eating disorder recovery. One service is personal training. Although I understand this may not be the right fit for all individuals in recovery, I know that some are in the position where healthy movement and building a relationship with their body is fitting. I hope that through personal training I can encourage you to love your body for what it is capable of, and appreciate it for all that it does for you. Our bodies are the vehicles that carry us through life and provide us a way to experience and enjoy the world we live in. I want to show you that your body is worth appreciating at every shape and size. I can help you understand that health is possible and that movement is one way to improve your well-being. I will work with you on building strength, comfort and confidence in the body you're in.
The second service I offer is that of a recovery coach. This service focuses more on the mental strength needed when going through recovery. I learned through my own personal experience that having a support team that understands what you’re going through, and is there to provide encouragement, guidance and answers was pivotal in my continuing my journey through recovery. I can offer that guidance and support to you through texting services, online question and answer sessions, regular communication around body image, fear foods and recovery struggles, as well as daily email affirmations. This service is meant to be a collaboration with your current treatment plan, and in no way replaces the help of a dietitian, psychologist/psychiatrist or other medical professional. I want to work alongside your current team to provide extra care and support when needed and help promote the current plan of your treatment team.
To find out more about my services or to schedule with me, please complete the form below, and I will respond within 48 business hours.
Hi, I’m Sarah - a certified personal trainer and Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. I’ve spent the last few years of my life sharing my journey of eating disorder recovery and have learned that many people unfortunately battle the same fight that I did for so many years. But what I’ve also learned is that many people fight this fight alone. I have found a passion in helping men and women learn that there is more to life than their eating disorder shows them, that self love and body love is possible and that it can all be accomplished with a support system on their side.
I hope to use both my education and my personal experience to support men and women in building a better relationship with food and their body but also building a loving relationship with themselves so that they can live a life filled with compassion, love and appreciation for themselves - which is a life I believe every individual deserves.