Perfectly YOU is a 6 session in-person series designed to support you to care for your body and love yourself as you are so that you can live the life you desire, free from body shame and self-judgment.

Perfectly You Mount Maunganui

Outline of Sessions (with potential to change based on what the group most needs).

Week 1: Create your highest vision for your relationship with your body and beyond. Let go of what no longer serves you.

Week 2: Wholehearted Self-Care for Holistic Well-being.

Week 3: Self Compassion and honouring your feelings.

Week 4: Pleasure, Presence, and Prioritization.

Week 5: Reclaim your self-worth.


Sarah Menlove

This is for women who are ready to stop letting the way they feel about their body impact their life.

This is for women who are ready to heal from toxic messages of body shame so that you can take care of yourself, mind, body and soul.

This is for women who know they are here for more and want to trust themselves to say yes to their desires.

For more information, check the event here.

About Sarah Menlove

Sarah is a Certified Mastery level Holistic Health Coach through the Health Coach Institute. She specializes in body image and intuitive eating, helping her clients break free from body shame and restrictive eating to live their most bold, authentic lives.

Sarah combines principles of intuitive eating, health at every size, self-compassion, transformational coaching techniques, and energy healing to support her clients to re-build trust with their body and themselves so that they can unapologetically share their gifts with the world.

As an NZ age-group representative triathlete and personal trainer, Sarah took “physical health” to the extreme. This led to highly restrictive eating habits, an obsession with weight, and the loss of her period for over 4 years. When she sustained a stress fracture in 2016, she was forced to look at what it really meant to be healthy and began the long and deeply challenging process of regaining her period and healing her relationship with food and her body. Through her own healing journey, working with her own personal coaches, studying different modalities, and traveling solo for 9 months she was able to reclaim her identity and worth from her body. Four years ago, Sarah never would have imagined it was possible to feel the way she does in her body today, which is why she is so passionate about seeing other women find freedom in their bodies and their lives.

Visit the website here.

And follow her on Instagram. 

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