Once upon a time, I was busy raising a family and running a successful custom weaving studio in Seattle. But at some point it wasn’t enough. I yearned not just to provide people with wonderful objects, but also to help them feel wonderful on the inside—more energetic, healthier, more positive. When the mother of a childhood friend pointed out I’d always been interested in taking vitamins and eating well, I knew I’d found my next big thing. I signed up for nutrition classes at Bastyr University in 1994 and never looked back.
A graduate of and faculty member of Bastyr College in Kenmore, Washington, I am licensed by the Washington state Department of Health. I offer a wealth of experience in nutritional planning, supplements, and simply what works and what doesn’t. I’m also a dynamic lecturer at workplace seminars and public wellness events.
And I’m a co-author—with my friend and colleague Dr. Lisa Price, ND—of the soon-to-be-published booktitled COOKING THROUGH CANCER TREATMENT TO RECOVERY: Simple, Nourishing, and Flavorful Recipes to Prevent and Decrease Side Effects at Every Stage of Cancer Therapy.
My approach can be summed up in three ways: lasting lifestyle changes come from baby steps, diets don’t work, and it’s not only about the food. Please contact me to arrange your first nutritional counseling session or discuss having me present to your group.
Nutritional Counseling is a healing profession that is accurately represented by its name. With half the emphasis on food and the other half on counseling, a good nutritionist knows that eating is profoundly tied to the daily habits of our lives. ...more