From Self Care to SOUL Care: E.A.T Your Way To Health

Thursday, Febuary 18th, 2021, 11:45 am to 1:30 pm


As women, the majority of us back burner our own health for the sake of everyone else's. Self care can be seen as selfish, and to be honest, self-care has become another list of to-dos: workout, meditation, massage, manipedi, green smoothie, wine time with the girls.... But what if getting healthy is actually much simpler than that? Come acquire the tools that can help you E.A.T. your way to better health!

Workshop Participants will learn how to:

1. Distinguish between a HOLY HELL YES and a HELL NO.
2. Define the difference between self care and S.O.U.L. care.
3. Identify the best way to nourish themselves in 1–3 areas of life.
4. Apply the stages of Engage, Align, Transform (EAT) to shift into a healthier place

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Integrative Nutrition® health coach and nonprofit consultant, self-published author, blogger, podcaster, and woefully underpaid COO of a busy family of four spread across the globe—Liza (Leeza) brings her passion, knowledge, and experience to the table to help you reach your health goals.

Liza spent almost 20 years in various roles in the nonprofit world, most recently working as a grants manager at a food systems organization that works at the intersection of healthy food access, sustainable agriculture, and social justice. Her sweet spot as a coach is supporting overworked, over-scheduled, overtired, and OVER. IT. ALL. workers in the mission-driven/nonprofit sector.

More simply: Liza’s mission is to support you in being well while doing good.

Liza received her health coach certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition® and an AAS in Culinary Arts from the Cooking + Hospitality Institute of Chicago. In the years BC—before children—she was the owner and executive chef of a catering and private chef company in Chicago and over the years has taught cooking, meal planning and nutrition to all ages.

Liza lives in a half-empty nest in Ann Arbor, MI and is passionate about health and happiness, education and empowerment, SOLE/SOUL food and social justice. She’s currently looking at the pandemic as one of possibilities to grow healthier humans, organizations, and communities.

11:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.  Check-in and networking
12:00 p.m. - 1:20 p.m.  Speaker
1:20 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.  Wrap-up and close

$20.00 if you register by January 21st