Why people choose a Health Coach

Nutrition Strategies

Real food to optimize health of body and mind.

Fitness Plans

Full-body, functional movement based on spontaneity, intuition, & fun!

Lifestyle Choices

Specific guidance for the good life you envision.

Support and Accountability

Customized coaching that meets your needs.

My mission at Good Life Architect is to help people rediscover food and fitness as sources and sustainers of health and vitality, and to realign their lifestyles according to a deeper understanding of the way their individual bodies prefer to be fueled and to function, so that they can thrive.

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July 26

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What the Health?

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After Conventional Medicine…Then What?

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5 Healthy Habits to Instill In Your Children (that are not food or exercise-related)
Lazy and Unmotivated, or In Need of a Rest Day?

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Lazy and Unmotivated, or In Need of a Rest Day?
Alternatives to Candy-Filled Easter Baskets

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Alternatives to Candy-Filled Easter Baskets

Dust off your human blueprint and discover that you were designed to thrive!

“The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.”
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson