Your body and your life are not a committee decision. 

Hi, I’m Kim. I’m a teacher, writer, speaker, and body positive advocate. I work with intelligent, kind, committed women who ALWAYS want to do the right thing. 

The trouble is our urge to do right and be excellent can sometimes be used against us - often by us. We apply external body and beauty expectations against ourselves. It causes real and lasting harm. This is not what we want to pass onto future generations of girls and our daughters. We want to feel good about ourselves (yea, who doesn't!?) but quit with the expections and pressure that come with perfection ALL THE TIME. That’s are work together. Learn more about me and this work here

You don’t need to run 5 miles today because you ate pizza last night.

You aren't "Good" or "bad" if you worked out 1 time or 5 times this week. 

Being perfect, committed and excellent is exhausting and leaves little time for you to do what you wanna do.

A number on the scale will not change your entire life.

It's okay if you ate cookies at 11PM last night. 

This is not what we want to pass onto future generations of girls and our daughters

This is our work together. Let's get started.


One Time Session

75 minutes together with someone that will listen, understand and do the work WITH you, You walk away feeling supported and confident. NOT shamed or judged. I have your back. I trust you and your body - so can you.

Three Months 

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Meet every other month for 3 months. Deeper conversations, accountability & support. Truth, bold moves, love, challenges + giving you what you REALLY need that you have been searching for in diet programs and perfection. We can do this.

Women Coming Together

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There is magic when women join together to dive into diet culture, breaking down perfection and writing new rules for doing what we want to do. Sign up here for my next group program. Let's stop passing body and beauty expectations to our girls.

 

You don’t need to go for a run tomorrow to make up for eating bread at dinner.