More Confidence, Less Mom-Guilt
Why Yaffi Lvova chose to be in the helping profession
I want to make lasting changes to help families become more healthy now so they can pass those healthy habits on to future generations.
I feel a strong desire to increase compassion in health messaging. By creating connection and passionate network, we can create better health overall.
Recently, I've seen a big push towards more compassionate health, with initiatives like intuitive eating, responsive feeding, health at every size. Many clients and professionals are not grounded in these, so I created an education platform designed to teach these important concepts and make them more accessible to the public.
Yaffi Lvova's approach
I always begin by creating a safe and comforting space for you. We live in a society that often sets unrealistic expectations, leaving many of us feeling like we're never doing enough. But here, in my practice, we can take a step back and realize that we're all on a similar journey. We face common challenges, and together, we'll navigate them. It's about understanding ourselves better, especially when it comes to our relationship with food and our bodies. So, let's embark on this journey together, with kindness and real, sustainable change in mind.
What you can expect from sessions with Yaffi Lvova
In our sessions, you'll find a treasure trove of practical insights to supercharge your nutrition counseling and professional practice. Whether I'm working with a client or a fellow professional, we'll sprinkle our discussions with a healthy dose of humor. Why? Because laughter can chase away anxiety, and humor can be downright therapeutic! So, let's dive into this learning adventure together, sharing knowledge and some good laughs along the way.
Yaffi Lvova's experience working with the Jewish community
Working within the community brings an extra layer of enjoyment to my work. Sharing a common background with my clients creates an immediate connection and comfort that makes discussing even the toughest topics feel more natural. It's like talking to a friend who just gets it. So, let's explore those challenging questions together, knowing we have a shared history to guide us.
- Celiac Disease
- Cholesterol Concerns
- Diet and Nutrition
- Digestive Issues
- Gender Identity Issues
- LGBTQIA, gender, & sexuality topics
- Mood Disorders
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
- Prenatal, perinatal, & postpartum mental health
People I work withToddlers (0-5) Adults Families Groups
Personal religious affiliationsModern Orthodox
Jewish community experienceSome
1395 S Arizona Ave #1, Chandler, AZ 85286, Chandler, AZ, Arizona
9 years in practice
- Comparative Religions by Arizona State University 2003,
- Dietetic Registration by CDR 2011
- Vice President by Assn of Orthodox Nutrition & Body Image Prof 2018