We are more than our bodies. We are more than our exterior. We are more than beautiful.
Every day, we are told in myriad ways that the most important thing we have to offer the world is our beauty. We're bombarded by messages telling us that, no matter what, we must look pretty and young and thin and toned and primped and pleasing at all times. From a very young age, we learn exactly how we are supposed to appear in the world, and, of course, exactly how we are failing. We're each enrolled in beauty school on the day we're born. And it's time we dropped out. It's time that we turned our attention away from outside expectations and toward learning what we truly want and expect for ourselves. It's time that we stopped counting all the ways that we don't measure up, and started learning that we are capable and unique beyond measure.
Meet Your Coach
Hi! I'm Naomi Katz (she/her/hers), and I believe that all shapes deserve to be happy, confident, and fulfilled. After starting my career as a personal trainer and nutrition coach, I realized that nobody gets comfortable in their skin by making changes on the outside. So, now I help womxn build healthy relationships with themselves from the inside out. I believe that we are not defined by our bodies, but by our values, traits, actions, and beliefs. My goal is to help womxn connect with these deeper levels and learn to take control of their lives. My coaching focuses on shifting the attention off of appearance to better cultivate true self-acceptance, self-trust, and confidence.
Our healthiest relationship should be with ourselves.
The course follows the same path as any good relationship: build knowledge, build trust, gain acceptance.
We are not defined by our bodies. We are defined by our traits, our values, and our beliefs. So that's where we start this journey.
Cultivating self trust is one of the most important steps in our journey to kicking diet culture to the curb, increasing our confidence, and living autonomous lives.
Body acceptance is about acknowledging our bodies in their current forms without judgment. We'll learn to detach importance from the appearance of our bodies and see how much more than beautiful we really are.