Life Is Too Short To Be Obsessing
About Food And How You Look
But resisting appearance pressures is challenging in a world infatuated with image.
When you feel at peace with food, at ease with your body, and confident in yourself,
life becomes much more vibrant and fulfilling.
That's why I have dedicated my services to help you respect your body -
so you can free up your headspace and make the most of life.
Three Ways To Grow:
01 Build Body Confidence Course
End the love/hate relationship with your body in this self-paced online course. Learn how to overcome your fear of weight gain so the scales no longer control your life and develop secure self-confidence that isn’t attached to how you look.ENROL NOW
02 EMPOWER Health Coaching
Private 1-1 coaching to get to the root of your food and body concerns, so you can develop the self-awareness and self-regulation to stabilise your eating behaviours, feel comfortable in your body and build confidence in who you are.ENQUIRE NOW
03 Inner Strength Group Training
An evidence-based, 8 week Compassionate Mind Training group program to help you develop the strength to tolerate difficult emotions without turning to food and overcome self-criticism so you can grow through courage, insight & wisdom.FIND OUT MORE
I wanted to perform better as a dancer, but my energy was being directed to what I looked like and focusing too much on food. Now I think about how my mindset plays a part in my career success. Since working with Shannon, I am feeling much more confident in myself. I know now what's important to me! Honestly I could not have done this process without her.
Thank you for enabling me to see that there is a little bit of light at the end of a tunnel. It's wonderful that after 16+ years of being ruled by these feelings of self doubt, the need to be slimmer, disordered eating, and an overruling exercise addiction, I can look at a feelings wheel and feel hopeful and confident. That feels wonderful.
Inner Strength group training taught me very tangible techniques to bring awareness and mindfulness to my thoughts, behaviours and emotions. By learning about how our old brain is trying to protect us, it gave me a new perspective on why we might experience difficult emotions or tend to be hard on ourselves. I've been practicing imagery in my daily life and I've found it very helpful in guiding my actions to the type of person I want to be.