• Christine at Homegrown Holistic Coaching

Body Truths



If you’re thinking that you’re past the point of losing weight or changing your body.

If post-partum or menopause is working against you.

Then your body may be feeling like a mystery.

The ways that once worked for “getting back on track” aren’t working like they used to.


And you have no idea how to fix that.


From puberty, to pregnancy, to perimenopause and beyond. We’re built for this.


That’s not to say that you’re stuck where you are and should just give up on yourself.


No, but what I AM saying is that your body tells your story.

Instead of blaming our bodies and feeling bad about ourselves, we can use the body as vital information.


You can trust that your body is telling the truth.


So, if you’ve been comparing your body to someone else’s.

If you think you should be smaller than you are.

If you think you should be able to transform into your former self, whether it’s your pre-pregnancy self, or your pre-menopausal self, or even your body from two months ago…


…then you are believing that something is wrong with you right now.


And that isn’t serving you.


So how do you learn to live and love in today’s body?

How do you quit craving the stuff that you really don’t want to be eating anyway?


You offer yourself some grace and begin to change the story.


You start solving for what’s creating over-busy, anxious, worried, and confused.


That’s how you solve the mystery.


Your body isn’t the problem. Now it’s time to do things differently and guarantee yourself the results you want to see in your life.


It’s time to begin working with your body instead of against your biology.


If you’re having trouble knowing what to do or are done chasing all the strategies that are working against your biology, I can help. Book a call with me. Let’s get going.

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