Nourish The Healthy Dancer®
Designed for The Healthy Dancer® wanting to maintain their sustainable relationship with food and body.
To balance performance nutrition with a non-diet lifestyle, we must recognize the tenth principle of intuitive eating: gentle nutrition. Gentle nutrition enables us to make choices that support our physical health in addition to our mental and emotional well-being. In this online self-study course, dancers learn how to integrate the fundamentals of nutrition science and performance nutrition in a non-obsessive way.
In this program, dancers learn how to utilize performance nutrition in a gentle and supportive way.
Dance Nutrition is key to optimizing your performance. The Healthy Dancer® was created by a former professional dancer turned Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with advanced certifications in Eating Disorders, Sports Nutrition, and Intuitive Eating. Nourish The Healthy Dancer® is a series of supplemental courses designed to sustain the work of The Healthy Dancer® lifestyle. Dancers will dive deeper into stage 4 (Nutrition Without Obsession) and stage 5 (Implement Performance Nutrition) of The Healthy Dancer® framework.COUNT ME IN!
Learn how to use food to:
- Cultivate sustainable habits.
- Construct your personal nutrition plan.
- Enhance endurance.
- Support strength.
- Navigate The inflammatory response.
- Nurture your here and now body.
- Conquer injury prevention.
- Sharpen mental clarity.
- Practice proactive hydration.
- Identify disrupters of self-trust and fad diets.
- Demystify nutrition myths.
Downloadable Guides help you:
- Nourish Adequately.
- Build Strong Bones.
- Reduce Muscle Soreness.
- Fuel for Pre-Performance.
- Promote Post-Performance Recovery.
- Navigate Rest Days.
- Support A Healthy Weight.
- Alleviate Inflammation.
- Build A Hydration Plan.
- Create Balanced Snacks.
- Maximize Nighttime Snacks.
- Support Vegan & Vegetarian Dancers.
- Detangle Food Labels and Processed Foods.
- Formulate Nutrient Boosters.
Here’s what you get
✓ Membership platform with clear instructions.
✓ Over 100 pages of downloadable content guiding you throughout.
✓ Weekly worksheets and activities to hold you accountable.
✓ Sample meal and snack guidance designed to support your specific needs as a dancer.
✓ Unlimited Email Support.
✓ 15 bonus guides to master your functional nutrition skills.
✓ Online support and access to Rachel for questions along the way.
Who Is This Program For?
Nutrition for performance is key to a sustainable career. Use The Healthy Dancer as a guide towards your health and wellness goals.
Whether you’re a pre-professional student or a recreational student, use The Healthy Dancer as a companion to your current training program.
Broaden your knowledge about dance nutrition and provide your students with the tools needed for a sustainable healthy lifestyle.COUNT ME IN!
Not sure where to begin?
Ask me your questions.
A holistic approach to nutrition for dancers is a topic that I’ve been asked a lot about recently. Your relationship with food doesn’t have to be obsessive or compulsive. Dancers can learn how to utilize food as a tool that supports their whole selves: mind, body, and soul. Dancers will discover how to utilize food as a tool to support performance and health. An integrative approach that balances intuitive eating with performance nutrition enables dancers to heal their relationships with both food and body.
Did you know that dancers are three times more likely to struggle with an eating disorder when compared to the general population? Because of the vulnerable nature of dancers to perfectionism, disordered eating, and eating disorders, it’s critical that dancers, dance educators, and dance parents rely on sound sources for nutrition-, weight- and lifestyle-related education. Seeking support from a credentialed Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RD or RDN) or Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist (LD or LDN) is recommended. Dietitians are required to not only complete rigorous training (a minimum of 6 years), but also, dietitians must complete continuing education throughout their professional practice. Such training sets dietitians apart from certified health coaches. In fact, unless one holds licensure as a dietitian, it is outside of their scope of practice to prescribe food and nutrition plans, offer nutrition interventions, or conduct nutrition-focused assessments. To learn more, click here.
The Healthy Dancer® is for ages 12 and up. It is recommended, but not required, that dancers between the ages of 12 and 17 complete the program with a parent or legal guardian.
The Healthy Dancer® starts now and ends when you decide. After signing up, your membership includes all continuous updates and additions! This is a self-paced- you decide when you start and when you finish. Weekly modules are paced each month, but if you need a break, no problem! You can come back to your modules when you’re ready.
Your access is dependent on your membership. If paying monthly, you’ll have access with each monthly payment. If paying annually, you’ll have access for the full paid year. Also, you can access The Healthy Dancer® across any and all devices!
It’s easy! From this page, you will be directed to a secondary site for payment options. Once you submit your payment you’ll receive a welcome email detailing how to access The Healthy Dancer®. From there, you’ll have complete access! If you sign up for the Elite program, I’ll be in touch within 24-48 hours to let you know how to schedule your one –on–one coaching sessions.
Your satisfaction is guaranteed and I am confident in the information that is delivered. Due to the nature of The Healthy Dancer® membership, I cannot guarantee a refund. However, I don’t want you to be unhappy. If after 3 days of purchase you’re not thrilled, I’d like to further discuss the reason for your concern. You’ll have show me proof that you’ve implemented the first lesson, and explain in-depth why it did not prove useful to you.
I get it! We are a generation of multitaskers. The purpose of The Healthy Dancer® is to help you manage your goals even with a busy schedule. If you’re utilizing all available resources each week, this should take no more than 30-minutes per week. Still overwhelmed? Think about this: the more knowledge you have about navigating a supportive lifestyle, the more time you’ll have to enjoy and stay focused on your performance.