How great would it be to wake up every morning feeling good in your body and energized, inspired and confident in your kitchen?
Imagine this scenario, just for a minute.
You wake up in the morning and instead of grabbing a ‘bar’ or a ‘shake’ as you run out the door, you prepare a nourishing meal that you savor.
Lunch time rolls around and you can’t wait to prepare that yummy nectarine salad. The one with a drizzle of lemon-infused olive oil and a sprinkle of salted pistachios.
Dinner is a snap because instead of calculating calorie count or glycemic index, you’re thinking about flavors that push and flavors that pull. You’re even beginning to feel some of that culinary rock star energy as you artfully arrange the food on your plate.
Your family is asking for VEGETABLES because the caramelized onions you prepared last night created a whole new taste sensation that surprised even you.
Oh, and did I mention you’re feeling a little cozier with your beloved because for the first time EVER, you’re taking a little more “ME” time.
But right now this feels like a pipe dream because YOUR reality looks more like this:
√ eyes glazed over when you gaze at a cookbook, a recipe, or the produce aisle at your local market
√ food rotting away in your refrigerator because it looked good in the market but you never got around to preparing it. (What was it, anyway?)
√ dill (or is that cilantro?) sitting expectantly in your vegetable bin
√ a dozen cookbooks on your shelf with pretty pictures and dozens of recipes you’ve never attempted
√ no time to ponder a recipe let alone cook it
√ and, if you’re really honest, you’re a little nervous about trying anything new because you have your food life pretty much ‘under control’ and even though it’s a little boring, it’s safe
I’m Sue Ann Gleason. I used to be a non-stop, copiously compulsive Type-A over achiever. I’d shave one leg in the morning and one at night to save time. My calendar was color-coded. Even “spontaneous” hours had a color.
I was proud of my resourcefulness. I was an accomplished multi-tasker and it even earned me the distinction: Teacher of the Year.
Pretty soon my lifestyle habits caught up with me. My adrenals were shot, Hashimoto had taken up residence in my body and, according to my latest dexa scan, my bones were threatening to crumble.
Yes, I was a mess.
Determined to delay the pharmaceutical train, I began a tenacious study of food as medicine.
However, when I found the courage to dig a little deeper, I discovered that my beautifully complex life needed more far more than glorious greens and freshly pressed vegetable juice.
My spiritual life was waning. I thought creativity meant having to produce something. And, even though I was very good at telling my students, “Use your words,” I was stuffing many of the words I needed to express. Is it any wonder DISease showed up in my throat chakra?
An overemphasis on the “science” of nutrition kept me from healing at a much deeper level. Leading a more nourished life meant exploring the shadows and contradictions in my nourishment story. Leading a more nourished life meant a return to food.
Writer, teacher, daughter, wife, and seeker, my journey into the life of a Well-Nourished Woman has been humble
I invite you to join me as I continue the quest.
This program reflects all that I have learned about what it means to
access and embody creativity,
set healthy boundaries,
honor my voice,
and cultivate the life of a Well-Nourished Woman.
It reflects a deeper wisdom about the meaning of nourishment.
In this series. . .
You’ll cultivate the soil in which a well-nourished woman blossoms.
The well-nourished woman has many facets. She is intellectually curious, creative and complex.
You’ll compose a nourishment story that includes
fully expressed life.
nature of the food you eat.
You’ll become. . .
the Picasso of Your Plate.
This is not another nutritional “know-how” program that will sit on your internet shelf collecting pixel dust.
It’s a revolution.
You see, I believe we have become largely unconscious in our approach to food.
We spend far too much time ignoring the gut-wrenching sadness that has us reach for a box of cookies instead of the telephone.
We spend far too much time mindlessly eating at the counter or in front of a computer
. . . and we call that “living.”
It’s time to stop listening to the cacophony of advice that greets us in glossy magazines or expert interviews.
It’s time to start trusting and cultivating our inner wisdom.
We’ll begin with the pretty little journal sitting on your bookshelf.
You know, the one with the empty pages just waiting to be filled with wondrous words. Your words.
I know what you’re thinking. There simply isn’t enough time in the day to write this new nourishment story.
I invite you to reconsider.
It’s time to start crafting the life of a Well-Nourished Woman.
Shall we begin?
12 weeks wrapped in a circle of support
beginning September 17th
8:00 to 9:00 PM (EST)
plus three private sessions
w/ Sue Ann Gleason
This series is for you if you are…
fun-loving ~You love to laugh and you aren’t afraid to cry.
open-minded ~You can’t wait to expand your food repertoire with fresh, seasonal ingredients.
intelligent ~You’re ready to become your own nutritionist, one luscious bite at a time.
curious ~You’re willing to dabble in a little reading, writing, thinking, and reflecting. Doodles are fine.
creative ~You have an artful eye and you can’t wait to bring that aesthetic sensibility to your plate.
Here’s what you can look forward to. . .
Expect body wisdom with a splash of science. Reflective moments. A whisper journal. Chocolate. (Only the best chocolate.) And a wise and wonderful guide at your side, ardently committed to seeing you fall in love with food.
And your body.
The topics that keep us up at night, literally. Hormones, weight loss resistance, inflammation, food sensitivities, stress management.
How do we retain a delicious approach to eating when we’re faced with so many complex nutritional dilemmas? GMOs, food sensitivities, vitamin deficiencies. Oh my!
• Conscious Bites Concepts
This is where I expand your culinary universe with foods and flavors that are not only healthier and more wholesome, but far more nourishing.
Body and soul kind of nourishing.
Each class will have a culinary component that we practice and celebrate throughout the week.
• Flavor Balancing
For me, the most powerful element in our Inner Circle is the intimate space we hold for each other as the journey unfolds. Twelve weeks to integrate and embody new and delicious lifestyle changes.
Sustainable changes take time.
Our private Facebook forum is a secret, safe, and supportive environment in which to share our stories, our celebrations, and our struggles. We’ll hold space for each other each week as we play in our kitchens, deepen our writing, romp around the block with our cameras, and embrace our creative spirits.
As much as I love the food facet of this series, I love the conversations even more.
They’re rich. Prepare to be stimulated and inspired.
More to come. Stay tuned.
1. Twelve highly motivating and inspiring calls. (Click the icons, upper right, for sample modules.)
2. A recording of each call as a downloadable mp3, so you can keep it forever and listen again and again as you continue to integrate the material long after the program ends
3. A “playbook” of weekly exercises, resources, and action steps that we compile, together
4. Over 100 delicious, WHOLEsome, elegantly easy recipes
5. Culinary skills to help you whip up 10-minute meals when you simply don’t have time to fuss with a recipe
6. Daily posts to provide you with encouragement, support and suggestions
7. A private group online forum in which to interact with me and with other like-minded, spirit-rich women
8. Weekly emails to guide you through the material and keep you motivated and on track
9. Guest speakers who will deepen the conversation and bring their own special gifts for transformation.
10. Lots of intention, humor and heart in each session
A truly tenacious coach who is passionately committed to your success!
Gift #1 – No Longer Asleep at the Meal: Easy, Wholesome Recipes to Help You Look Great, Feel Fabulous, Stay Energized—All Day
Plus, a HUGE packet of additional recipes and planning sheets on a members-only private page where you can grab all the call recordings, PDFs, and zip files containing the delicious recipes we explore together.
|Gift #2 – Inspiring interviews with truly remarkable women who are living a delicious, fully-expressed life. In addition to the live calls, you will have access to my ‘inspiring interview’ library.
Gift #3 – Shrink Session
We all know how important it is to move our bodies in ways that bring us pure joy. Erin Stutland, lifestyle and fitness coach extraordinaire, is gifting us with one of her “shrink sessions”! Combining cardio-dance, yoga grooves and mantras that you say OUT LOUD while you’re moving, Shrink Session™ allows you to to sweat your way into your most powerful self while sending a new message of love, gratitude and joy to every cell of your body.
the Well-Nourished Woman Inner Circle
12 weeks wrapped in a circle of support
beginning September 17th
8:00 to 9:00 PM (EST)
plus three private sessions
w/ Sue Ann Gleason
Delicious Duo Deluxe Package
Want a little hand holding?
If you’d like to have some personal one-on-one coaching throughout the series, I am opening up a limited number of Delicious Duo Packages where you and I meet on the phone once a month for an hour.
Some participants want an opportunity to process the information with me privately as the series unfolds. These sessions can be about nutrition or anything else that impacts your health: family struggles, business demands, spiritual life, whatever you need.
When do I suggest private coaching over the group experience?
Spots are limited for this option so if you think you’d like the private coaching package, be sure to register early.
Delicious Duo Private Coaching Package
$1597 full pay—best deal
or. . .
three installments at $585 (one month apart)
What will this class give me? How about. . .
1. A whole new relationship with food
2. Culinary skills that will breathe new life into your kitchen
3. Freedom from diets and deprivation
4. A luscious legacy to hold and to share
5. Permission to indulge in a little guilt-free self-care—yes, sometimes we need permission
6. A support group of like-minded, spirit-rich women
7. 24/7 contact with me in a private forum (Priceless!)
8. Did I say fun?
What if I miss a class?
No worries, I send you the recording the very next day (usually that very night). You can listen to it on your computer or your iPod.
I missed your winter/spring session. When do you begin again?
The next session begins September 17th, 2013.
Will this work for me?
I guarantee that if you come to each class and engage fully in the process, you will have the tools you need to completely alter your experience in the kitchen and start living a healthier, more vibrant life.
What is your refund policy?
The Well-Nourished Woman Inner Circle is a non-refundable investment. My team and I begin working deeply with you the minute you press the “register now” button. We are here to support you every step of the way. This program is an opportunity to play full out. If you are not ready for that level of investment in yourself and in this program, the Inner Circle is not for you. If life gets in the way and you fall behind, the materials are there for you to explore at your leisure. All calls are recorded and delivered to you via MP3.
Do I have to live in the Washington, DC area to participate?
No, we meet on the phone, so you can hop on the call from anywhere in the world!
Still on the fence?
Send me an email. I would be happy to have a conversation with you to see if this program is a good fit.
Voices from the Circle
Former participants share the richness of the well-nourished woman journey in their own words.
Sue Ann, how can I begin to thank you? First, it’s been an honor to experience the breadth and depth of your true, authentic, gentle wisdom. Second, your knowledge on nourishment has changed my life, forever. I always knew there was a better “way” than all the totally restrictive “vegan/raw/this only and never that” kind of diets I’d put myself through. (Or the alternative “no-man’s junk-food land.”) You’ve taught me a holistic way of eating and it’s delicious!
One of your divine gifts is the teaching of savoring…to really know and experience food and life itself. The road of diets and restriction and weight frustration is one fraught with stop signs and pot holes-but the journey you took me on was more like a stroll through a lovely forest. Smelling, tasting, touching, feeling alive and deeply present in the food I’m eating or cooking, and aware of my body and what it needs. This gift is one I will take with me forever; a treasure I feel so grateful to have learned.
Moreover, your impeccability and the deep integrity in your work made me feel safe. I always felt confident that I was speaking to someone who truly knew both the science and the craft of artful eating, from the acid alkaline balance to how to create a delightful plate. This kind of wisdom doesn’t just change habits, it helps to form a lifestyle, which for me, is a far more sustainable way to approach the way I eat.
The integration of creativity as part of our nourishment story was priceless and unique. It is so obvious that you bring years of knowledge and countless hours of thought to your programs. Amazing! I could seriously keep on going, but I’m getting hungry! Time to make one of my Well-Nourished Woman creations…
The Well-Nourished Woman has truly been life changing for me. You opened up a new world full of wonder and delight! This is exactly what I needed in my life right now and I couldn’t be more grateful!
In addition to learning about how to nourish my body with rich, delicious foods, you developed a program that enlightened and fortified my soul. Each session opened my heart and mind to new ideas, new opportunities, and new beginnings. It has been exciting to be a part of a circle of women who share their journeys, as well as their talents and dreams.
Thank you, Sue Ann, from the bottom of my heart, for your teachings, your guidance, your coaching and also, your passion to share your knowledge and wisdom. These past twelve weeks have been a warm and nurturing nesting place, providing encouragement, strength, direction and hope – thank you for such an incredible gift!
Being a part of “The Well Nourished Woman” tribe has been transforming. In addition to a binder filled with luscious recipes you so generously shared, I walked away with a discovery of who I am and what I find pleasure in. For one thing, getting my hands back in the kitchen, experimenting with foods I had never cooked: pumpkin, squash, quinoa. Trying new recipes and allowing myself to eat foods that had been on the “forbidden list.” Being reminded of how much I loved to cook. Sue Ann, you changed the way I looked at the meals I planned. You gently encouraged me to look and describe food as nourishing my body in a positive, loving and healthy way.
Writing assignments that brought out the good times in my life, the love of family members, memories long ago forgotten. Learning how to “play” again. Allowing talents to evolve that I never knew existed! And having permission to enjoy myself and my life.
In selecting a picture of myself as a young child, happy in my Fathers embrace, I began to listen to that beautiful, innocent, loving little girl inside, who for all these years just wanted to be noticed.
Thank you Sue Ann for encouraging me to “keep the rhythm,” not only nourishing my body, but nourishing my soul.
With your help, I learned not to merely feed myself, and my family, but to nourish us instead.
Before signing up for the Well-Nourished Woman Inner Circle, I can honestly say that I had a love/hate relationship with food. Having achieved a comfortable size after struggling with my weight for most of my life, I was afraid to love food again. The Well-Nourished Woman program was truly life-changing for me. With your help, I learned not to merely feed myself and my family, but to nourish us instead. As a mother of a child with a chronic illness, nourishing not only myself but also my daughter was extremely important yet completely daunting. The tools, tips and shifts in thinking that I gained through this course have continued to serve me for the past 18 months. Not only has my body shape continued to change in a positive way, my daughter’s health has steadily improved and I feel like a better mother because I know that I am able to prepare food that nourishes and strengthens her body. In addition, I’ve been able to pass my knowledge to my daughter thereby empowering her as she thinks about how the foods she puts into her mouth affect her, nourish her, heal her and sustain her. I am so grateful to you Sue Ann, for this program and highly recommend it to anyone who wants to stop mindless eating and begin to delightfully nourish themselves and their families!
We live in a culture that creates the idea that we will never be thin enough, tight enough, good enough, pretty enough and so on. Forgiveness and letting go of all of this has given me a new perspective on food, body and diet. What would happen in the world if we just loved ourselves? What would happen if we, as women, loved each other and stopped the need to judge and measure and evaluate ourselves against an unrealistic standard set up for us by the diet, beauty and cosmetic industry?
Through your wise council and teachings, I now find my self surrounded with nourishing ideas, new approaches to old problems, support and love. Sue Ann, you are a master in your knowledge. Your gentle suggestions were important to me as I am such a rebel. I no longer diet. I nourish myself in more ways than eating. I am learning how to respect and nourish my mind, body and heart.
Thank you for encouraging me to be honest about my struggles and not be judged or pushed into eating things I hated. I am losing weight slowly and loving myself (and my body) where I am today. I am finding new ways to be active. I know this is a life long process.
Thank you, Sue Ann, for your wonderful work and passion for balance in nutrition and in life.
“I’ve taken two “field trips” to Whole Foods Market to explore. That was fun and more time than I’ve spent in a grocery store in a long time, since I’m usually shopping with my 3-year old. This is just a small example of how I am now choosing to take some time for myself-even in the midst of feeling like I’m falling behind in other obligations-which is hard for me to do. I’m trying very hard to keep myself closer to the top of the priority list.
And there are the little things, too. I’m backing away from coffee, slowly. I love the smell and flavor of good coffee, so I don’t know if I’ll give it up entirely. Other things have been catching my attention, too. I had some tortilla chips in the pantry last week. I took the time to smell them and really savor the flavor of the corn. I love pretty much anything made with corn-maybe it’s my Iowa heritage! Anyway, the chip wasn’t giving me the pleasure I really wanted from the corn and they smelled a little funny, like the oil wasn’t very good. The chips were organic and only had a few ingredients, but as it turned out, those ingredients just didn’t cut it for me. So…I threw the bag out. Eat only what you can savor, right? And those were not in the “savor” category. I know I won’t be swearing off tortilla chips, but I’ll keep looking for the one that’s going to satisfy me when I do crave that taste/feel. I look forward to ‘seeing’ you online. Thank you, Sue Ann!”
I am forever grateful for the Well-Nourished Woman Inner Circle! Sue Ann, your support and inspiration is allowing me to seek a more balanced life full of joy, creativity, nourishment and living life to its fullest. Thank you with my whole heart. I’m feeling inspired to be creative with cooking. I’m feeling the fun in exploring new recipes with a fresh new awareness about what it means to gain nourishment and health. Thank you, thank you, thank you for launching me on this journey.
The Well Nourished Women Inner Circle was a welcoming space where I felt safe enough to explore, share, and try new experiences. Sue Ann artfully created a program that is full of information, resources and support without being overwhelming. I learned how to nourish my body with wonderful food while also learning to nourish my soul. Thank you Sue Ann for this experience. I am deeply appreciative.
I had such fun with the Well-Nourished Woman Inner Circle. The content was interesting and useful and I found myself playing in the kitchen in ways I’d never imagined possible with Sue Ann’s enthusiastic leadership. I feel grateful to have found an inspiring teacher who nourished and nurtured me, and continues to do so.
My taste in food is changing. I‘m moving away from a desire for sweet things toward a real pleasure in “clean and light.” I’m excited by this discovery and truly enjoying this journey toward radiant health and true nourishment.
“Fantastic, is how I describe Sue Ann Gleason’s tele-seminars. I have worked with several nutritionists over the years and I’ve gone to them saying, “I’d like to lose weight.” Each time, I gained weight on their programs. Very frustrating. Sue Ann showed me how to create balance in my food choices and prepare fun, enjoyable, healthy foods. Most important, Sue Ann taught me how to ‘lighten up’ around my food issues and guess what? I’ve already lost a few pounds. Working with Sue Ann and the women she attracts is sheer delight!”
“Sue Ann’s belief in each person’s ability to take simple steps
to transform their lives leaves one thinking, “Yeah, I can do this!” Making changes in diet and lifestyle is so often presented as a matter of grim determination and endless deprivation. But after spending a few hours basking in Sue Ann’s vitality and enthusiasm, your only thought is, “I want what she’s having.”
And as if I wasn’t already a fan, I finally made your minty green smoothie and it literally changed my life—one of the most delicious things I’ve ever tasted. I made two batches and my husband and I drank it all in one sitting. I found myself using my fingers to “lick” the blender pitcher as if it were cookie dough. Unbelievable! Can’t wait to see what else you have in store for us in your upcoming teleclass series.
“Love, love, love the gentle rhythms. In life, with food, and with everything really. I get so very mad at myself for not being perfect. I make elaborate lists or tracking mechanisms in Excel (sometimes with a green/yellow/red scorecard). I usually shoot for radical, harsh changes. Initially it feels good to set the goals, but then I feel like a failure when I stop using whatever “system” I created after only days or a week. Clearly my brain & body will appreciate a more compassionate approach.”
“I was intrigued by the Inner Circle Body Wisdom program because it was NOT another diet, but instead, offered information about changing your attitude, thoughts, and feelings regarding food. I have never found a diet that I could really stick to and I knew I needed help with my relationship with food. After participating in the Inner Circle teleclass series, I now think about the food I am eating—where it came from, and how it will make me feel. I don’t always make the most nutritious choices-sometimes I feed other needs, but with time I have changed my habits.
I have also discovered “the green smoothie.” If you had told me four months ago that I would be blending something “green” to drink for breakfast, I wouldn’t have believed you! But now, I enjoy the smoothie and I do not get hungry mid morning like I did when I was eating traditional breakfast foods. I will continue to build on the tools I have acquired so that I can enjoy my relationship with food and life!”
“Just wanted you to know how much I loved the call tonight—the history of diets and how you showed us the fallacy in each. This was very helpful. I really love your emphasis on listening to and nourishing your own body. This is not a skill that is taught in any of the “diet” plans out there, and why they ultimately fail. I think getting to the bottom of cravings and sluggishness is the only way to correct the problem for a lifetime. I am just beginning this journey but I love your non-judgmental approach. My journey can take exactly as long as I need and I can go at the pace that is right for me. This is truly liberating! “
“I signed up for Sue Ann’s Inner Circle Body Wisdom Boot Camp because I was completely fed up with eating the same boring foods day after day. Sometime my food choices made me feel great, but the next day my choices would leave me feeling tired and sick. I had read a lot about health and nutrition, so I was skeptical about that I’d learn anything I didn’t already know.
Apparently I had A LOT to learn. Not only did Sue Ann teach me that healthy food can be far more than salads and grilled meat, she helped me understand how food affects my body. Sue Ann never told me what to eat, or what not to eat (which is what most people think they need in a nutritional program), but I am somehow eating better that I have in my entire life, and I wasn’t a particularly horrible eater to begin with.
I also learned how to create delicious healthy meals without recipes AND I acquired a ton of recipes for the days I’m not feeling as creative.
Thank you, Sue Ann!”
“The community of support was what drew me into your Inner Circle Body Wisdom Boot Camp. Hearing how others were integrating the suggestions, the recipes and the rhythm was a meaningful aspect of my own growth over the past few months. I am filled with nourishment, beauty and satisfaction, not only in my food choices but at a much deeper level. I can almost sense my cells smiling. I have even reduced my supplements because my energy level is responding to the increase of vitamins and minerals right from nature.
I’m finding renewed balance as I strive each day to “keep the rhythm,” and I have even released eight “pounds of protection.” My clothes fit much better and I feel stronger and healthier inside and out. Even my skin feels better. What better way to do what you have always wanted to do-take good care of your lovely self!”
Confessions of a lifetime food hater… by Charlene
It never once occurred to me that I might have an eating disorder; I just didn’t like certain foods. Okay, most foods. Alright, I didn’t like anything but chocolate. While that’s a slight exaggeration, it’s not far from my ideal diet. I ate to survive. Food held little pleasure and no intrigue, it was simply a matter of eating what was the least distasteful in order to fuel ‘the machine’ so I could get on with the business of living.
And then I got sick. Very sick. And had to take some giant steps back and look at how diet and lifestyle were lethally combining to my detriment. It was on the Conscious Bites Campus that I began to take the first wobbly steps toward integrating body and soul nourishment to regain my health.
Through a combination of exercises designed to understand, and then reframe old ideas into new stories, I came to the realization—I have an eating disorder. . . read more
“As a trained Cordon Bleu chef, I had deep appreciation for your presentation tonight. It made me want to connect more with you. I also lived in a spiritual community for fourteen years where we had a 5-acre vegetable garden and raised our own meat. I loved cooking for everyone—putting up fruit, freezing vegetables, making bread and crackers and cheeses and yogurts. You brought me back to those days. I still love to cook. (and eat)”
Great teleclass tonight. Each message penetrates a little deeper with the variations and repetition. I now find myself enjoying three different types of greens in my smoothies.
In fact, I’ve been posting my smoothie combos on my FB page, and a couple of folks want to try them. One of my dearest friends lives a very solitary life and eats most meals out. He nibbles at home on triscuits and tuna. I periodically describe my smoothies to him—he who tried to put canned tuna in a smoothie (it was not a success). He acknowledged that both basil and cilantro in a smoothie sounds pretty tasty…maybe he’ll actually try it. I’m inviting him over for one of mine.
Now protein girl speaks: I prepare chicken and turkey from the farmer’s market and revel in the fresh, clean flavor. I experiment with new veggies, fruits, flavorings, oils, and dressings. I had a no-nitrite ham sandwich on a cheese roll a few days ago, and it was—as you said today—a treat, and not the fundamental portion of my meal. My ice cream sandwiches can sit in the freezer for days without me reaching in for one. There is, indeed, a gift in the shift.
Refreshed in LA,
After taking the “REAL Dirt on Detox” teleclass series last spring, I eagerly signed up for your fall program. To start, I loved the “mocktails.” Not only did you send us the recipes, but also the reasons why the ingredients are so good for us.
Since you sent us the MP3 recording of each class, I was able to enjoy the mocktail, pay attention to the content, and not worry about taking copious notes during the call. Afterwards, I would play the recording and pause it when I wanted to take notes. I now have a succinct summary of the calls that I have read and use often. I also liked sending you emails during the week with questions for you to address on the next call.
You covered a wide variety of topics on food, how to shop, and many delicious healthy recipes. You encouraged us to “upgrade” our food choices and make healthy doable changes to our diet. As a result, my husband and I have followed your “buddy up” suggestion. We set up our kitchen so that in the mornings, I make the green smoothies and he makes each of us a salad. Now, when I grocery shop or go to a farmers market, the majority of my basket is filled with fruits and
The emotional and physical clutter portions of your class were very helpful and gave us insight and helpful tips to make progress in these areas as well. When I go back over my notes, I am so impressed by the amount of information that you shared. You are always encouraging us to make permanent shifts in our lives, and your class is packed with the information and support to make that happen. I’m ready for the next series!
I want you to know how valuable your teleclasses are. I always take notes but last night I had so many things I wanted to write down that I ran out of paper! So I used a napkin, then the margins of my knitting pattern, then the envelopes in the mail, and finally, the outside of my tax folder. The information was so user-friendly I didn’t want to miss any of it. I like to know that I can listen again to your recordings and fill in the missing pieces. Thank you! This teleclass series was a real breakthrough for me.
Sue Ann, I do believe you came into my life at just the right time. From the first time I spoke to you, I was immediately drawn to you and have been reaping the rewards ever since. Your counseling and your teleclasses have been absolutely invaluable. You are such an incredible source of knowledge for me! I especially loved your Skin and Bones teleclass. Such great information. I truly hang on every word you speak. You have a gift of knowledge and a gift of sharing your knowledge in a most nurturing style. I anxiously await your next series. Thank you!!
Being a teleclass “junkie,” I’ve attended hundreds of of teleclasses over the past 4-5 years. Sue Ann’s Weightloss War Zone teleclass was “5-Star Outstanding”—certainly one of the top two ever for me!
I had a feeling when I signed up, I was in for something special and I was right. Sue Ann’s class was full of excellent content—skillfully constructed to engage, inspire and truly motivate her audience. I was fascinated with her approach to weight and weight loss struggles. Her unique, holistic approach offers hope and makes sense at a much deeper, intuitive level.
Sue Ann is an incredibly skilled teacher-counselor. As a participant, I felt so cared for. She created an environment where all of the participants felt safe, understood and motivated. Her passion, knowledge, caring presence and intriguing teleclass topics truly resonate with me. I eagerly anticipate our next series!
I enjoyed your teleclass series very much! The effort and care you put into preparing for each class was obvious and inspirational! I could hardly wait until the next week. One of my issues has been preparing and eating my food very quickly. It’s so much easier to buy a container of cut-up fruit than it is to cut everything up myself. Your teleclass reminded me to slow down and savor both my food and the process of preparing it. Fresh pineapple smells so good!
At times all this nutrition stuff can be overwhelming but you guided me to take little steps and not beat myself up about perfectionism. You have such a wealth of information! I never realized how much I skimped on fruits and vegetables. The American diet, at least for me, had been about meat and potatoes and how quickly we can put a huge meal on the table. I seemed to have forgotten about FRESH fruits and vegetables. What a change that made! Now, I don’t think I have ever felt so energetic and so happy in my life, even in my teens or twenties! Thank you, Sue Ann.
For me, it isn’t so much the nutritional nuggets of wisdom you impart. I have a pretty good sense of how to make healthy choices but I struggle to consistently live it out. The most positive impact I’ve experienced in your teleconferences and personal counseling is a heightened awareness of my snacking triggers and the discipline to conquer those flag-waving cravings. Thanks, Sue Ann! Keep those lectures coming.