Doing Well Group Coaching
Join integrative health coach Daphne Javitch for Doing Well Together, an interactive group coaching program. This series of four virtual group sessions is similar to her private coaching work but with the unique benefits of a group dynamic. Daphne will guide you through a results oriented and real-life friendly nutrition & lifestyle plan to help you achieve your ideal weight, maintain healthy energy levels, and optimize your healing potential. She will also cover lifestyle tools and mindset practices that support cellular health and help sustain routines. Resources, references and ongoing support are provided throughout this month-long program. Click here to purchase.
“Daphne is an educator, a guide, a mentor and a friend in this practice. Her skill and aptitude for supporting all people through this incredibly personal journey toward health is completely unique, she is a diamond in the rough.”
– Anja T., New York City
“In the past, when working with other nutritionists, I have felt very restricted. In contrast, Daphne’s approach was applicable to real life and she always had multiple solutions for everyday situations. With her, I set a goal, and through consistent communication, small tweaks, and encouragement, I reached it! With her help, I honed my skills of flexibility and healing decision-making within my busy daily life. I'm forever grateful for my experience with Daphne and received knowledge that I will utilize for the rest of my life.”
- Lily S.
“To this day, If I find myself in a situation, I will ask myself, “how would Daphne handle this?” I’m continually using your teachings. I am more kind and compassionate towards my body and health. I look at success differently: rather than having a desired outcome, I focus on what I do daily and how it makes me feel.”
- Carma H.
“Daphne’s approach allows for ‘mistakes’ and for real life, and I was grateful that she encouraged me to embrace the special moments, like a trip to Italy. That took away the feeling of failure and made it easier to go back to day-to-day routines.”
- Cat G.