Health Coaching

Medication is one piece of the puzzle that helps manage health outcomes and therefore doesn’t always need to be the only way to regain your health. A health coach can help you take a look outside of your medication to evaluate and improve other areas of your life so you can be healthier and feel better.

Sometimes life gets away from us and suddenly you notice you barely sleep, your stress level is
becoming unmanageable, your weight is impacting your energy levels or you just feel that you have neglected your health for too long. Maybe you are faced with a new diagnosis that can be better managed with some lifestyle changes. Health coaching can bridge the gap between your physician telling you to make healthy changes and actually realizing a reduced stress level or better controlled blood pressure. A health coach can be a cheerleader and a guide, helping you set goals and stay on the course to discover your best self. If you can imagine a healthier future, you don’t have to walk the path alone.


Health Coaching Session $90

A 60-minute coaching session with a certified health coach for individualized guidance to improve your overall wellbeing. 

Health Coaching Package  $330

A 1-hour initial session plus five 30-minute follow up sessions to track targeted markers and support your goals.


shelly faber


Lead Health Coach and Coaching Service Coordinator

Shelly Faber is a Board-Certified Health and Wellness Coach with 10 years of experience working with a variety of people and organizations. She graduated from Calvin University in 2011 with a BA in Physical Education/Kinesiology and soon after received her Exercise Physiology Certification from the American College of Sports Medicine.  

When Shelly is not coaching, you can find her spending time with her husband and kids, teaching group fitness classes, personal training, and staying active herself. She loves volunteer work in the community and schools, being outside, and truly relaxing with her family. 

 “I cannot wait to work with you, help find your motivation, your WHY, and ignite that spark to make some realistic changes in your wellness plan.”