In this episode of HER Body™, Alex and repeat guest Marci Nevin discuss self care and its importance.
They talk about the inner work that they are currently doing for themselves and how important they feel it is for them and their clients. They also discuss how this work is often the missing piece to someone’s success in taking care of themselves, both physically and emotionally.
They share their own self-discoveries and not only how they negatively impacted them and their progress but how they’ve prevented them from showing up fully for themselves, their loved ones and even their clients. And how by doing this work they’re not only learning a tremendous amount about their patterns and behaviors, but also how to help identify similar behaviors in clients that may be preventing them from succeeding.
Lastly, they discuss the importance of Future Self Journaling and the concept of re-parenting.
Marci is a health and wellness coach in Northern California. For the past 12 years she has worked with clients both in person and online, empowering them to rewrite the stories that no longer serve them and overcome the limiting beliefs that hold them back from becoming the best versions of themselves.
From a young age, Marci struggled with poor body image and low self worth, which manifested as disordered eating and exercise addiction later in life. She was always searching for something outside herself to make her feel whole and complete, not realizing that what she really needed was within her all along.
As a result, she developed and autoimmune disease and additional health issues that compromised her quality of life. After years of struggling to get answers through traditional doctors, she began the journey of learning how to heal her body, mind, and spirit holistically.
Today, Marci believes that self care, stress management, and daily mindset practices, along with proper nutrition and intelligent strength training, are at the foundation of people becoming their most authentic selves. She is passionate about sharing these tools to help others heal from their struggles so they can live balanced, fulfilled lives.
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