Lisa Kiersky Schreiber
Coach at Lisa K. Schreiber
- Certified Master Nutrition Coach – Precision Nutrition Pn1 Pn2
- Functional Aging Specialist – Functional Aging Institute
- Tipping the Balance Toward Change Workshop – Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)
Lisa Kiersky Schreiber co-owned and was a personal trainer at a powerlifting studio for nearly five years, and has added nutrition coaching to provide additional value to her clients.
Lisa uses behavior change techniques to guide the client toward figuring out what tiny steps they can begin taking, as well as how they’re going to work through obstacles when they arise. The end goal is for clients to become completely autonomous healthier eaters for life.
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Discover what it means to have a fixed mindset and how you can develop a growth mindset to guide you when life seems tough.
Using hand portions to choose serving sizes is all the rage these days. But how does it work? Is it reliable? Is it effective at helping you lose/maintain weight? And is it worth the effort?
Good Things Come to Those Who Move- Reimagine your workout weekly routine
Though hosting can foster healthy social connections, release feel-good hormones, and boost mental health, why is there so much anxiety about having people over? And how can you overcome the angst?
Resilience to stress is not usually something we feel like we have when we’re living through a challenging time. Good news though, you can learn and develop resilience.
There’s no ONE THING that will make you healthy… Discover the Wellness Trifecta habits that will transform your lifestyle effortlessly once they’re in place.
Kind words and acts of kindness boost well-being, and evidence suggests decreases pain, depression, and anxiety, in both giver and receiver!
Start to recognize your own inner critic, and begin to engage with it in a more productive way.
“Shoulds” generally imply future events and can be anxiety-provoking. Bring yourself back to the present and focus on what you COULD do right now.
Meal planning can be beneficial to your long-term health goals. But how do you make it simple enough that you’ll show up to do it every week?