TwoSistas on TriumphTuesday, September 20, 2022, welcomed Kathy Fritz. Kathy is a certified master hormone coach who helps women in perimenopause and menopause experience relief from hormonal symptoms like fatigue, hot flashes, moodiness, and insomnia. Her clients lose weight, rediscover their energy, feel sexy, and stop thinking they're losing their minds.
Kathy shared her journey and her experiences on why she decided to become a Master Certified Hormone Coach. Her background in education gives her the expertise to individualize material so her clients can go from where they are to where they want to be and that is not always easy. As we discussed, it boils down to choosing your “hard” and choosing it wisely.
She is a proponent of naturally balancing your hormones. Her education and experience has shown that if we release our egos and make sustainable choices, we give ourselves the opportunity and space to learn and grow.
Kathy is a former English teacher and of course, Janis had to ask her an “off topic” question. We all know she loves to read and write and whenever “affect” and “effect” are going to be used, she looks them up. “Effect” is the noun; “Affect” is the verb, however there is always an exception to the rule (of course!) “Affect” can also be a verb (and that’s where some confusion comes in!)
Back to the topic of conversation, Kathy works with her clients 1:1 and she is in the process of creating her membership which will be group coaching. Working 1:1 is “individualized” however Kathy stressed that “movement” is included with self-care. She stressed that this is in the “non-negotiable” category - “everyone has 5 minutes” and she is so right!
Since it is TriumphTuesday, Kathy shared with us what her triumph was. What was your triumph?
Thank you so much Kathy! To learn more about Kathy and to connect with her further, please check out her website (where she offers free resources, etc.) and various other social media platforms
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