Katie CarterKatie Carter Wellness
As a holistic nutrition consultant and seasoned yoga teacher I understand that food is not our only form of nourishment. The food choices we make create the foundation of our health but there are many other aspects of nourishment that I help clients develop and recognize.
My interest in nutrition and yoga started in my teens when I realized I was from a challenging genetic background.
My family health history includes bi-polar, ADD, and addiction issues, ankylosing spondylitis (a rare form of rheumatoid arthritis), heart disease, and digestive disorders. I started my wellness journey then and continue to seek steady, physical energy, mental clarity, and peace of mind. I haven’t stopped yet, and at 63, with an open mind and strong body, I embrace the aging process.
I’ve been a teacher throughout my adult life. Along with raising two sons, I’ve owned two successful businesses in Northern California – Mountain Wool and Weaving and Wild Mountain Yoga Center. Through every stage I enjoyed learning from family and clientele, as well as educating them.
Upon completion of Food and Spirit Practitioner certification I am much more confident connecting symptoms with imbalances in different aspects of individual clients.
“Your genes are not your destiny. They load the gun but your lifestyle pulls the trigger.” (author unknown)