What if you didn’t have to rush? What if it wasn’t so urgent?
How would your experience of life change if you slowed down? If you eased up on yourself? If you let go of all the pressure?
Could your body be asking for something pretty simple? A new way of being.
My guest and I both learned this new way of being through our own health challenges.
Is something in your life asking you to slow down and ease up?
In this episode of IMperfectly Healthy, I interview Torea Rodriguez, a certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® practitioner and Vitality Transformation Coach.
Toréa wasn’t always a health coach and functional medicine practitioner. In fact, she used to be a professional pilot flying jets for private families & charter companies out of the San Francisco Bay Area. It wasn’t until her diagnosis with two debilitating autoimmune diseases that led her down a path of exploration, transformation, and healing. Her undergraduate Biochemistry degree came in handy while she studied her way towards remission of both diseases. In that time, she became a certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Practitioner and discovered her love of coaching. Today, she leads her executive clients through a unique transformational experience that helps restore health, vitality and performance so they focus on their priorities without burning out.
You are going to hear Toréa share:
- the importance of mindset on your journey.
- how healing is exploratory, not prescriptive.
- why n=1 experiments are key to your healing.
- how to not get overwhelmed and why less is more.
- what is really going on with autoimmune illness: the 3 key ingredients
- the need to keep stepping back and seeing the big picture.
- why building a team is key.
Toréa is super smart and has a heart of gold. She truly walks her talk and has been where you are.
Connect and learn more about Toréa at www.torearodriguez.com
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