BODY BALANCE NUTRITION AUCKLAND
I’m Auckland’s Body Balance Dietitian supporting eating disorder recovery. I specialise in childhood and family nutrition, food flexibility and improving relationships with food and your body.
I’m a non-diet approach Dietitian who can support you to regain trust in your body through intuitive and mindful eating practices.
Besides my work here with Body Balance Nutrition I’m also a busy mother to three girls, who have a range of feeding challenges. I can support you to reduce meal time stress, provide structure and raise competent eaters.
I also love to support parents through the crazy ride of parenthood. This is often a time when we can struggle with our own relationship with food and our bodies as a symptom of so much change, pressure and chaos in our life.
I CAN HELP YOU WITH..
Eating Disorder recovery:
– Anorexia Nervosa
– Bulimia Nervosa
– Binge Eating Disorder
– Subclinical Eating Disorders & Disordered Eating
Family feeding dynamics, “fussy” eaters (including sensory issues).
Improving relationship with food and your body.
Coeliac disease and other digestive issues.
Improving health behaviours for a variety of health concerns.
Feeding Our Future schools program – teacher CPD and facilitation of interactive food and body image in-class activities.
Workshops for intuitive eating, improving body image, family feeding.
Sarah is a NZ Registered Dietitian who trained in NSW, Australia and moved back to her home town Auckland with her young family in 2013. She initially studied Sport and Recreation but enjoyed her nutrition papers so much she decided to retrain as a Dietitian and has never looked back. Sarah also has extra training in the SOS feeding approach for children with feeding difficulties.
Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (1st class honours) – University of Wollongong, NSW
Certificate of SOS Approach to Feeding
Bachelor of Sport and Recreation – Auckland University of Technology
- Dietitians NZ
- Association for Size Diveristy
Continuing Professional Development
EDRDPro Symposium 2017/2018
In person at Hobsonville clinic (in the rooms of Hobsonville Physiotherapy) or via skype/phone