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Hi! I’m Bridget Bergens.

I am a Certified Professional Health & Wellness Coach, a Certified Food & Spirit Practitioner and a Register Licensed Occupational Therapist… I help others change their lives and forget “diet” foods and calories. I replace those with positive health and lifestyle changes that are the core of my philosophy while focusing on “real” food ingredients and a holistic approach to life.

If you have landed on my website, you must be looking for a practical means through which to integrate your spirit, nutrition, and wellbeing allowing you to transform your whole self.

Do you desire a healthier life for you and your family?

  • Would you like to have more energy?

  • Would you like to improve your eating habits?

  • Would you like to sleep better?

  • Would you like the internal motivation to improve your health?

  • Are you lacking self-confidence with your food and supplement choices?

  • Do you have the confidence to achieve your life goals and transform yourself?

I will help you build self-confidence around everyday food and lifestyle choices through Western and Eastern methodologies, providing a deeper understanding of how lifestyle and food choices affects the mind, whole body and relationships and allow you to be your best and achieve your life goals.

I do this through a personalized approach to your whole self that includes integrating whole foods, tailored supplements and mind-body modalities.

I appreciate the scientific, logical, holistic and nutritional aspects of food as much as I believe and feel that our spiritual, creative, and symbolic connection with food and lifestyle is essential. I look at the root-causes that may be limiting you from achieving your optimal health and wellbeing and make recommendations for dietary nutritional changes, natural supplementation and lifestyle changes.

The food you eat, the personal products you use, your exercise habits and your mind interact with your genes to influence your health—positively or negatively. 

You have the power to change your wellbeing.

Living in the moment.
Appreciating the good in every person.
Being thankful for our daily life experiences.
— Bridget R. Bergens, OTR/L, CFSP, CPHWC