Beat the Burnout Blues: Learn how to feel fired up and ready to go every single day!

Hi, I'm Naomi!

I'm a Holistic Health Coach. I teach busy, burnt out professionals who suffer from fatigue and digestive distress how to make diet and lifestyle changes to have energy and endurance every day. Why feel tired when you can feel fired up and ready to go every single day?

Running Towards Health

Endurance athletes, whether professional or in it for the love of it, know what it means to dedicate themselves to something and give it their all. People who dedicate their lives to work, or family, who push to achieve and make something tangible out of what life deals them know that there's no such things as giving "too much." But our bodies are finely balanced machines and, just like a muscle car that gets pushed too hard, your body could suffer critical breakdowns if you push it beyond it capabilities.

You may have noticed the signs:

  • Digestive difficulties
  • Constant fatigue or insomnia (or both)
  • Repeated injuries
  • A decline in your abilities, even though you keep up with training
  • A slowdown in your metabolism, even when you're watching every calorie
  • Low energy levels

You know the drive to push yourself harder.

One more mile, five more minutes on the track, pushing through rain, snow, and baking heat, all for the reward at the more race completed, one more medal earned, one more accomplishment achieved, a body that speaks strength and endurance.

Or, maybe it's one more late night at the office, pushing to get one more big project out, prove your worth, make people sit up and notice.

But what happens when your body starts giving you warning signs telling you to slow down?

How many warning signs have you ignored just to keep staying the course? How many times have you felt you should take it easy, but that means weakness, right? How many extra laps have you done, meals have you skipped, rest days have you trained on, just to compete with that one friend who always seems to have it easier?

I am Naomi, and I have been there.

I've pushed myself way past the limits of my endurance, done my body more harm than good, all in the pursuit of the one more mile. Thankfully, I discovered a better way, a way to recover and become whole again, reclaim my health and get back out on the road - this time, while respecting my body and its limits.

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