helping you off the
Take one small step every day and
one day you will get there
We know from experience what it's like when you're trying to do it all to reach your health and wellbeing goals but you're not getting the results you want. It's frustrating and it's exhausting.
You can get caught in a struggle cycle, where the more you try, the worse you feel.
From our own experience, we learnt four key lessons. These four lessons became our mantras.
Everything is about balance. Movement and recovery. Energy requirements. Movement, nutrition and mindset all need to be balanced.
The impossible becomes the possible when it is broken into small steps. Focus on small sustainable steps you can do for lasting change.
PROGRESS NOT PERFEECTION
Perfection doesn't exist. Everything is on a continuum - all that matters is where you are today and progressing from there.
Performance is about behaviour not outcome based. You can't always control the outcome, you can control your behaviour.
three pillars of wellness
WHAT WE SPECIALISE IN
You are how you move
incorporating movement into a busy day
balancing activity with recovery
rest and recovery techniques
about your coach
JOSIE ASKIN - HOLISTIC WELLNESS COACH, CERTIFIED PILATES TEACHER, RUNNER AND YOGI
Bachelor of Science (Psychology)
Diploma of Professional Coaching
Certified mBIT (Multiple Brain Integration Technique) Coach
Precision Nutrition Coach
Certificate of Sports Training and Development
NYC Core Pilates Mat Teacher.
Josie helps busy people who are caught in a struggle cycle trying to be happier and healthier. Josie understands the struggles her clients face after her own roller-coaster ride to be happier and healthier. She learnt the hard way that holistic approach incorporating balance, small sustainable steps and a focus on progress and behaviour is the best way to achieving any goal.
Prior to establishing Spring Coaching Josie had over 10 years experience working in corporate environments in a range of advisory and strategy roles including most recently at WorkSafe New Zealand. She understands the importance of heath, safety and wellness in the workplace and the challenge of incorporating health and wellbeing into a busy schedule.
Given Josie's experience she has a particular interest in helping those with Relative Energy Deficiency in Sports (RED-S), osteopenia and osteoporosis, and endometriosis.
ONCE UPON A TIME
It bounces back
There was a girl with curly hair and rosy cheeks called Josie.
Unfortunately Josie was teased for her curly hair and for being chubby. Children would pull her hair to watch it bounce back like a spring.
All Josie and her parents wanted were for her to be happy and healthy.
Josie noticed the girls who seemed happy and healthy were slim with long straight hair. So she decided she wanted to look like this too.