Weight is a solvable issue but it's–not another diet.
These are the core beliefs that guide our approach.
There are no good or bad bodies.
You aren't good when you lose weight. You're good right now.
So often, weight loss is presented as striving for a new and improved body. We don't jibe with any approach that encourages self-loathing.
We believe your body is worthy of care from day one, and we teach you exactly what that means so you find your version of success.
Care of your body is actually care of your life.
Your body is the vehicle for life satisfaction.
What's that saying, life is long but time is short?
We believe that your life and how you're able to show up for it matter. That's why proper care of your body is so important. So you have the opportunity to experience the life you imagined for yourself.
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Modern wellness has a lot of nonsense.
The problem with bad ideas is that they waste your time.
Our focus is on your total well-being. Wellness is a product category increasingly being used to sell things that have no chance of solving life's vexing challenges.
We value wisdom, ancestral ideas about food, and modern science to gain clarity about what's truly beneficial.
Dieting is a trap.
The effects are temporary because they're designed to make you do things you can't sustain.
A diet is just a way to force temporary weight loss. That's useless for living at a healthy weight and hurts your self-concept (I have no willpower, I can't stick to anything).
Everything we teach is with permanence in mind. You design a life you can sustain, and your body will follow.
Weight loss is actually relationship work.
With yourself, the people in your life, and your physical environment.
The source of sustained weight loss is not the 'perfect' diet. It's a life that supports your best self.
That life is dictated by the stories you tell yourself, what you need from other people, and how your daily life unfolds.
We believe in helping our members make progress on the life skills that ensure there's time, space, and support for sustained weight loss.
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