Podcast Episode 19: Exercise In The Recovery Of Eating Disorders And Hypothalamic Amenorrhea With Exercise Physiologist Sarah King
I believe you cannot heal your relationship with food without addressing your relationship with exercise.
When it comes to the treatment of disordered eating, eating disorders and Hypothalamic Amenorrhea (the loss of period) addressing one’s relationship with exercise and behaviors cannot be ignored.
Often dieting and compulsive exercise are looked at separately but often the drivers of the behaviours share the same beliefs. For example fear of gaining weight and/or needing a sense of control.
Exercise has an endless list of health benefits but sometimes the way we go about it, exercise can be health limiting.
In this episode I invite Sarah King to the Podcast to share her personal experience with disordered eating and hypothalamic amenorrhea and how that changed the way she works with her clients now and the role of exercise in recovery.
Sarah King is an accredited exercise physiologist, speaker, and health coach, specialising in helping women and girls overcome disordered eating, get their period back, and heal their relationship with food and exercise. Through her own personal journey of overcoming an eating disorder and hypothalamic amenorrhea, she discovered her passion for helping others live their happiest healthiest lives free from body image hang-ups, food rules, or rigid exercise routines.
To learn more about Sarah you can check out her website or follow her on Instagram – @sarahlizling !
More information on my services:
I help women with HA recover their periods, overcome food fear, inappropriate exercise behaviours, body dysmorphia and poor body image and help them to eat intuitively. I also help women who have had HA become pregnant. My 1:1 coaching program is my most personalised service I offer for women who prefer 1:1 support.
I also offer a small group coaching program that still offers 1:1 attention, support and the accountability you need to break through fears and adopting healthy behavior changes.
Apply now through my website or book a free discovery call to give me the opportunity to learn more about you, your biggest struggles and discuss ways I can support you.
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