We’re going green and getting healthy for this week’s Go Green issue! Read on as we chat with a local woman who launched a food and wellness consulting practice that helps women take control of their health through education and empowerment.
When Janelle JohnsonGrove NTP, MSEd experienced first-hand the healing powers of healthy food, she was immediately inspired to help other women do the same. That soon sparked (pun intended) the launch of SageFire Wellness in January 2012.
“SageFire Wellness is a food and wellness consulting practice,” says JohnsonGrove. “I work with women who want to take charge of their health practices so that they can regain their vitality – or find it for the first time.”
Information is key, JohnsonGrove says. “I wanted to educate and empower others in their health journeys through teaching transformative health and food practices,” she adds.
JohnsonGrove helps clients implement transformative food habits, explore new recipes and cooking techniques and build in gradual lifestyle changes. With every client she works with, JohnsonGrove brings her own passion for health and wellness to help them achieve optimal well-being.
SageFire Wellness offers personal and customized one-on-one wellness coaching, Whole Foods tours, teleconference calls, guest speaking and education services.
Through SageFire Wellness, JohnsonGrove says that her hope is to help others know how to take charge of their health so that they can feel confident in how to support their own well-being through the food they eat and the lifestyle habits they implement.
“So many are lost in a sea of nutritional facts and cannot discern what it is that their body needs,” she says. “SageFire Wellness helps women tune in to their bodies, discern their unique health imbalances and get sold in what it is that they need to specifically address that need.”
As an instructor with the Nutritional Therapy Association, JohnsonGrove says that she’s currently doing personal research and developing her skills as a nutritional educator. “This personal development infuses my practices by the education I offer the women I work with with the most up-to-date knowledge and information available,” she says.