Rachel Kurtz holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Cornell University and was a career educator. This experience has proven invaluable as she teaches the power of mindfulness to help make a lasting positive impact on the well-being of her clients. Rachel helps those who are moving toward leading a happier and healthier life as well as those who may be dealing with specific challenges such as chronic pain and illness.
After a concussion left her unable to work for a period of years, Rachel began her own wellness journey. To help others who face physical and emotional challenges to flourish, she began her studies at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition to become a health coach.
Through her own experience and backed by the latest research, Rachel learned that regular exercise, adequate sleep, and healthy diet are the “trifecta of health,” and form the foundation to flourish in everyday as well as challenging circumstances. Rachel continually researches various approaches to positive psychology, as well as simple exercises and habit changes to cultivate mindfulness and positivity and create lasting changes in all aspects of life.
Diet and nutrition are also critical aspects of a successful wellness program. Faced with the overload of often contradictory dietary advice, many people are confused. Based on your individual needs, Rachel will guide you through a program that will result in a healthier way to eat and live.