You may recall a few weeks ago I shared about what a coach is and why I became one. I shared about how my mission is to help other people improve their quality of life and thrive despite fibromyalgia.
Today I want to share with you my programmes – Kickstart Your Fight Against Fibromyalgia.
I want to also ask you a favour – if you know someone who is struggling with fibromyalgia could you please share this with them? I so wish these programmes existed when I was struggling to put one foot in front of the other as a 20-something person with nothing more than my heat pack and pain killers that hurt my tummy and didn’t help much. I definitely had no one who understood. I created these programmes while remembering what I would have wished for, if I knew what to wish for!
This is the traditional coaching model where we sit down one-on-one and you set the agenda, we make goals and work on them. An hour at a time to discuss where you are at, your goals, what you are trying and would like to try and fine tune your plans with someone who has been where you are and gets it.
If you would like group calls and a one-on-one session also – we can dig into your goals and get some personalised help. This is the intermediate layer where we assume you have tried some things already and are ready to learn more and try more. Running 1 May. Limited enrollments. This is the programme I wished existed after I had made my dramatic lifestyle change and had some space to start trying things and researching.
This is the most time, energy and cost efficient option. This is the beginning layer where we discuss things you can do right now to help manage your symptoms. Running 1 May. Limited enrollments. This is the programme I wish existed when I was right at the beginning, when I was trying so hard to work full time and going home unable to even read because I was too exhausted and sore.
Drop me an email at email@example.com. Or Schedule your complimentary chat if you would like to ask any questions, let me know your goals and be sure that these programmes might be a good fit for you.
To get an idea of how I work you can:
- Look through the blog archives – my blog is featured as one of Healthline’s top Fibromyalgia blogs of 2019
- Read my books:
- Watch my YouTube videos – I was chosen as one of the top 15 Fibromyalgia YouTube Channels here.
- Join my Facebook group Melissa vs Fibromyalgia
I am looking forward to starting the group programmes on May 1!