Holistic Wellness in Austin, TX

So You Really Want to Improve Your Health Practices: How to Begin and How to Sustain the Momentum


Are you bored with your wellness routine?  Or maybe you get sick a lot with little but annoying things, like colds that just don’t leave or gut health issues that aren’t severe but still are irritating.  Maybe you are a little less toned than you want to be or you find that you have headaches or you’ve developed a comfort-eating problem that is already starting to show in your thighs.  Your favorite yoga teacher has moved out of state, you have the same dinner every night, your sex drive is gone, and your sleep could definitely be improved.  Sure, nothing is profoundly wrong, but you don’t feel wonderful and you wish that you did.

There’s a reason why the cliché about the journey of a thousand steps beginning with the first one is so enduring.  At some point, you do have to start.  And once that’s over, you need to sustain.

This can be challenging at any stage of change.  I can help you get moving and I can support you as you develop the capacity to sustain your changes.  When I was in student clinic, patients often asked me if I was a professor.  I’d say, “Well, not here at acupuncture school, but I used to be a professor.”  One reason I became a certified health coach is because I love teaching as much as I ever did.  Working with people to help them become smart, savvy, and in control of their health practice is a learning process and it is one that I love to teach.  Preventative measures and health maintenance practices make all the difference, trust me.


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Every person has a unique situation.  If you come see me, we can begin by assessing your situation from the perspective of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM).  Balancing your system and achieving a sense of equilibrium can occur with bodywork and other modalities.  Depending on your needs and where you are in your process, health coaching can be an excellent part of the over-all picture.  Sometimes, it’s a question of a few small tweaks and adjustments.  Other times, an individual might opt for longer term support.  Either way, I will make use of my critical thinking skills and teaching background to help set you up with a master class in a very important subject: you. 


Further reading: **What a health coach can do for you** **Find a health coach** **Find a personal trainer** **Holistic health coaching & traditional Chinese medicine** **Attitude is everything**


Imagine feeling in control of your situation.  Picture yourself having a few really good strategies for self care.  Notice what it feels like to experience a sense of well-being and self-awareness that you rely on and trust.

Feels good, doesn’t it?




2hw.v2Have you ever though to try traditional Chinese bodywork? At present, I offer tui na (similar to massage) and other ancient Chinese therapies, including cupping, gua sha, moxa, and more.  If you are looking for a holistic wellness consultant and coach, my services can entail short or longer term programs.  You are your own best investment, and when you take charge of your wellbeing you invest in yourself now and for the benefit of your future.

Two Hearts Wellness is a local holistic health and wellness outfit with a passion for all things nourishing, including but not limited to: joyful living, great food, art, and literature, and–of course–traditional Chinese medicine.  If you want to learn more about me, click here and do feel free to follow my blog and/or my Instagram, connect with me on Facebook, or contact me here to set up an appointment for personal training or health coaching services.  If you are interested in Asian bodywork therapy, click here to book an appointment online.

Note: Material on this web site is not intended to replace your treatment or care provided by an MD. It is for educational/entertainment purposes only. Always consult your doctor for health concerns.



Screenshot: Well, I think that preventative measures are sexy.  Health nurturance is where it’s at, cat!


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