Stephanie Lum : AADP Health + Wellness Coach
Member: Nutrition and Metabolism Society, Weston A. Price Foundation, Holistic Chamber of Commerce, Yoga Alliance, National Association of Professional Women, The American Association of Drugless Practitioners
Stephanie draws upon her 10+ years of personal experience, education and immersion in the world of both holistic and conventional health care to support you in navigating through a committed, life-changing journey. She founded Hungry for Nutrition after going through her own process of feeling stressed-out and out of tune with her body, struggling with digestive disorders, food intolerances, bouts of sugar blues and cravings, low-energy, chronic neck, back, knee and sciatic pain.
She searched to no avail to find relief. The quest for knowledge of the transformational went on a wild goose hunt from trying Chinese herbal medicines, extreme detoxing, supplements, flower essences, acupuncture, cupping, moxibustion, massage, chiropractics, atlas balancing, polarity therapy, body management evaluation and strength training exercises, an exploration with ergonomics and insole shoe inserts to getting active release technique (ART) treatment once a week, yoga and meditation.
Through her education at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) Stephanie accessed her own empowering journey of self-healing. She learned that proper tools to cultivating a pathway to a more balanced, happy and healthier lifestyle were through the means of primary foods, proper whole food nutrition and mindful awareness practices. She discovered that the missing link wasn't if she could find just one solution to her physical ailments, nor was it just tied to if she ate better a couple times a week and exercised a bit more on some days and weeks than others. It was bigger than that, it was about having a consistent and holistic approach to connecting the dots to create balance within her overall wellness and lifestyle.
Stephanie strongly believes in being curious about the process and about passionately living out an extraordinary, healthy, content, and balanced way of life. She works with clients that are hungry for change and hungry for both physical and emotional nutrition. Stephanie encourages her clients to grasp the reigns of responsibility to empower themselves and shift their belief systems, behaviors and lifestyle.
The body is a unique self-organizing system and if left to itself, it tends to become more organized. Thus, if you give the body and mind what it needs it will naturally heal itself!