©2017 by Alex Stalberger

with Alex Stalberger

Minneapolis, MN, USA

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ABOUT ME

Hello! I'm Alex Stalberger,

Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, designer of the SuccessfWhole Programs, and Founder of THRIVE Twin Cities.

My educational background is in psychology. The brain is amazing. In my coaching programs, I use nutrition as a tool to guide my clients to take control of their life experiences by understanding how food impacts their brains, their emotions, their reactions, and their choices! 

 

As a complete self-admitting Harry Potter nerd, I spend my fun time exploring the Twin Cities' eateries and getting to know other wellness professionals in my local area during a walk around one of our many urban lakes. I love to hear new songs on the radio and meeting new people. When I'm not coaching or trying to keep my black lab out of my garden, I sing new local compositions with a choir or oldies with a classic rock cover band.

What inspired me to become a health coach?

Working in the human services industry/non-profit lead me to witness a LOT of burnout. Working alongside incredibly influential people and encouraging them to take control of their health and in-turn take control of their careers drove me to become a health coach.

Are you considering a career in health coaching? I recommend IIN's Health Coach Training Program. Get a sample class HERE. Email me if you'd like to chat about what the program is like!

 

MY TRAINING

I graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in November 2017 where I learned innovative coaching methods, practical lifestyle management techniques, and over 100 dietary theories – Ayurveda, gluten-free, Paleo, raw, vegan, macrobiotics, and everything in between.

If you would like to hear more about IIN and the programs they offer, let me know! I'd love to answer your questions. Check out what's in their curriculum HERE