Whole Living with Kirstine

Kirstine Clark is the founder & owner of Whole Living with Kirstine
Will graduate from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in February 2015 as a Certified Health Coach
She has had the opportunity to study with, among others, Dr. Andrew Weil, Dr. Mark Hyman, Deepak Chopra, Dr. Joel Fuhrman & Joy Bauer

Her interest in nutrition began in the spring of 2010 after digestive issues became debilitating
It has evolved into a firm belief that we are what we eat (and don’t eat)
She believes we all have unlimited potential and are capable of things that seem beyond our reach
She helps others realize their potential
She offers her guidance to help you understand that your body has the power to heal itself and to create balance through Whole Living

Kirstine is mom to 3 wonderful boys and 2 amazing daughters, Caleb age 17, Ethan age 15, Owen age 10, Ella age 8 and Hazel age 3. She and her husband Dan have been married for 19 years and live in Lehi, Utah

Kirstine spends her day juggling between homeschooling her 10 year old, finishing her own school, caring for her family and planning and putting workshops together for her clients.

I practice a holistic approach to health and wellness, which means that I believe all areas of our lives are connected. My approach is not to create lists of restrictions of good and bad foods. Instead it is to create a happy, healthy balance that is flexible, fun and rewarding through Whole Living.

Here are some concepts that we will explore as we work together through classes and workshops.

Bio-individuality – the concept of bio-individuality is that one person’s food may be another person’s poison

Primary food – It’s easy to overlook all of the things that contribute to our sense of nourishment and fulfillment. It’s not just the food we eat, but all of the other factors present in our daily lives. Healthy relationships, regular physical activity, spiritual awareness are all essential forms of nourishment. When these “primary foods” are balanced, what you eat becomes secondary.