Meg Willis of Harwich has launched a virtual wellness coaching business, Good + Simple Wellness.
Eating more healthfully and living a life where self-care is a priority is a confusing and frustrating process for many, Willis feels, because of the vast amount of information about self-care. Often, people don’t know where to begin.
“My goal is to create sustainable wellness habits that last, toss out the ‘diet’ mentality and enable people to make better food and/or skincare choices,” Willis said. “It doesn’t have to be complicated. Nutrition is a big part of my program, but not all of it. We will work on a whole health plan, mind, body and soul.”
Willis will set individual wellness goals with clients, providing them with education, motivation and accountability check-ins through one-one-one virtual sessions. Clients will be able to monitor their progress through a customized computer app. She is currently offering a free, 15-minute virtual consult. Go to www.goodsimplewellness.com for more information.
Another key component to her business is Beautycounter, a woman-owned business that created skincare, body products and makeup without 1,800 questionable or harmful chemicals in the ingredients, far above U.S. standards.
“Making better wellness choices, whether it’s food, movement , fresh air, skin care, or even just figuring out where to start is individual,” she said. “What works for you may not be what works for someone else. Creating sustainable habits are not an overnight fix, it’s not about taking away things or eliminating certain foods. It’s about adding better choices based on facts gathered from the client’s own feedback. In the long run, those daily better choices will add up to better self care for a lifetime.”
Willis holds several certifications in the wellness field including National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Certified Personal Trainer and Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certified. She is studying for a certification as a Behavior Change Specialist. Willis taught classes at Personal Fitness Solutions in Harwich for 10 years where she led group classes and had private clients.
A native of Dennis and a graduate of Cape Cod Academy and Assumption College, Willis and her husband have lived in Harwich with their two children for 10 years.
For more information, contact Willis at firstname.lastname@example.org, 774-836-0822 or visit her website, www.goodsimplewellness.com