Jan 16, 2017
Intuitive eating coach Daxle Collier shares how food insecurity
affected her relationship with food, how a series of health
problems led her down the path of restrictive dieting, how she got
back in touch with her intuition, why perfectionism around food is
so destructive, and lots more.
Daxle Collier is an intuitive eating coach who helps people heal their relationship with food and create an authentic self-care practice. She offers remote coaching, online courses, and local San Francisco Bay Area workshops.
Daxle blogs about intuitive eating, mindful eating, self-care, joyful movement, stress reduction, and the process of change. Her work is rooted in mindfulness, self-compassion, and the HAES principles.
She holds a masters in health education with specialization in nutrition from John F. Kennedy University, and has also completed Intuitive Eating Counselor Certification, Training and Supervision with Evelyn Tribole and Coach Training with Linda Bark of Wisdom of the Whole Coaching Academy.
You can find her courses Intuitive Eating: Fix Your Relationship with Food and Mindful Eating on the Udemy online learning platform. Follow Daxle at DaxleCollier.com, on Facebook, and on Twitter.
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