November 15, 2019
Hosted by Kelly Backert
In this Episode of Already Enough Kelly Backert will talk to Licensed Mental Health Counselor Molly Bahr. Molly is a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, trained in EMDR, and practices from a Health At Every Size lens. We will be discussing Intuitive eating, Molly's 5 to Thrive, trusting ourselves with food & body, and knowing that there is a different way.
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Already Enough discusses topics such as body, food, self-care, letting-go and realizing there is a different approach to take to become the best version of yourself. We discuss topics of health, wellness, meditation, weight loss, dieting and more. This show is not another diet plan or a three-step program to losing ten pounds. It’s about really living the life you want and becoming the best version of yourself by realizing you already have everything you need to do that. Nothing on the outside of you will ultimately fix how you feel on the inside.
Real Change requires a desire to change! When you have the right motivation and tools you can show up fully for life!
Kelly is the Owner of Kore Bootcamps in Bel Air, Maryland. She has owned Bootcamps By Kelly in Harford county for many years. She is the winner of Harford’s Best Personal Trainer! She enjoys working with people in helping them to develop the tools to live a healthy and great life! Helping people understand their relationship with themselves, food, and exercise is what she feels called to do. She believes that the scale is not an accurate measure of someone's self-worth. Life is not about living some controlled and perfect way. It’s about progress and showing up fully for the things that are important to us. As a Health and Life coach, as well as a personal trainer, she specializes in lifestyle change, living a better and healthier life and helping people to change their relationships with food.
Kelly does one-on-one coaching sessions, workshops, classes, and motivational speaking to help people realize that they no longer have to look outside themselves to find what they are looking for, and in fact, that they are “Already Enough.”