Your opportunity to win FREE health coaching



As a Personal Trainer, I saw a BIG gap in the health and fitness industry. No-one seemed to be addressing the shame, guilt and body hate that I saw so many people try and motivate themselves with.

Women striving to be skinny, men smashing themselves to be huge. People assuming body perfection would bring love and confidence. People filled with a deep longing for a healthier, happier life and yet, so miserable in the process.

Everyone addressed physical health, but no-one was talking about mental health or emotional wellbeing.

That’s why I started The Attitude Revolution. Because I’ve personally experienced and seen clients revolutionise their health and happiness when they began integrating self love into their lives. In fact, that was my favourite part about being a Personal Trainer. Witnessing someone change their mind about their body.

And sometimes changing your mind is really hard to do. Sometimes you need someone to hold a space for you, to help nurture you until you can nurture yourself, to help you connect to your truth so you can make the best choices.

So I’m starting an online Attitude Revolution coaching practice!

But before I launch, I need your help. I want to make sure coaching packages are super useful for YOU, my lovely revolutionaries.  I want the practice to evolve and improve based on what you want.

So, if you’re interested in getting FREE coaching for one month in exchange for robust feedback, it will help me design a coaching practice that serves the Attitude Revolution community in the best possible way.

Topics for coaching could include emotional eating, exercise motivation, or self love. Anything around your body or attitude that you’re feeling “stuck” with…

This coaching is for you if you:

  • Want a caring, empathetic coach
  • Want someone who will help you uncover and connect to your truth about what’s best for you
  • Are willing to try a variety of tools such as visualisation, meditation, journaling etc that help get the rational mind out of the way so you can understand your subconscious behaviour
  • Want someone who will nurture and support you through the change process so you can adopt more loving habits
  • Are willing to actively participate in the process
  • Are comfortable offering plenty of feedback

This might not be for you if you:

  • Are looking for an expert or guru to give you the answers about what you should do
  • Aren’t willing to take responsibility for things within your control (like behaviour, actions, reactions etc)

So if all of this is stirring up a “Hell Yeah!” response, here’s whatcha gotta do.

Leave a comment below and let me know what topic you want to do a 180 on in 2013. {Click here to go to the website}

I’ll then draw 5 people at random for FREE coaching! You’ve got a week to get your submissions in before I email the winners.

Do you have a friend that struggles with self love? Share this post with them. It could help them do a 180 towards health and happiness.

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18 Responses to Your opportunity to win FREE health coaching

  1. Alex January 25, 2020 at 8:06 am #

    HI! Oh my gosh, pick me, pick me! :D

    I have been really struggling with fighting Candida, but the things on your website have already helped me turn my attitude around some…I just still need to work on how I feel about food, eating, and so forth because it’s still making my life miserable. I would appreciate this opportunity so much, I love your site <3 Thank you!!

  2. Cindy January 25, 2020 at 8:18 am #

    I need to stop eating so much bad food, and so MUCH of it (overeating)

  3. Jim January 25, 2020 at 8:42 am #

    Coaching would help me with emotional eating, overeating and poor food choices.

  4. Iana CraneWing January 25, 2020 at 8:46 am #

    I quit drinking 3 years ago and I have made huge progress around eating and caring for my physical self but lag around when it comes to believing I can put myself out in the world as a professional without dread of failure. I also isolate myself from others and am not sure why. I feel a lot of shame about not fulfilling my potential and not speaking up for my own needs.

  5. Juliet Turalski @Julesinspired January 25, 2020 at 1:20 pm #

    Hi Tahlee!

    I want to do a 180 with my relationship with food and the cycle that has kept me feeling “stuck” for a long time. My relationship with food has recently gotten much healthier, but at times when things get tougher I resort back to the food. I consequently have not lost any weight over the past 4 years despite my physical activity.

    Thanks for this opportunity!


  6. Carey January 25, 2020 at 2:00 pm #

    I’ve started doing some experimental work on my own around ending my cycle of binge eating, extreme dieting, and self-consciousness, because I have decided to dedicate this year (or however long it takes) of my life to finally seeking help and prioritizing getting healthy on these bad habits that have ruled my life for almost 10 years now. I am going about it (with so much help from this site, I can’t thank you enough for already being of so much guidance to me!) by targeting what I believe are the underlying issues, and trying to just exude love in all parts of my life, including, perhaps most importantly, love of my own self. I am meditating and journaling a TON. I have to say that I’ve never felt so successful so far.. but also that I still get stuck and have fears that maybe I am cycling even if I feel I am making progress that is new. A chance to have some guidance and to give some in return on this would be.. truly a dream come true. Thank you for offering such an opportunity.. I can’t even express how much I respect and adore the work you are doing. You are a warrior! :)

  7. Beth Shafran-Mukai January 25, 2020 at 3:20 pm #

    I have lost a great deal of weight over the last five years and have maintained it with activities of yin yoga and walking, but want to ramp it up and add more robust movement to my activity. Is this running, vinyasa, hiking? I need focus and coaching in this endeavor!

  8. Tahlee January 25, 2020 at 9:36 pm #

    You guys are amazing. Seriously feeling the love. Big hugs to you all for being so honest and brave here. xxx

  9. kavitharng January 26, 2020 at 12:21 pm #

    Tahlee - Is this still open..I would like to volunteer :)

    • Tahlee January 26, 2020 at 5:00 pm #

      Absolutely Kavitha. Competition closes on 31 January. Winners announced 1 February. :)

  10. Michi January 28, 2020 at 1:54 pm #

    Hi Tahlee,
    After some massive life changes over the last few years, which contributed to what I think (and have never told anyone) a eating disorder of some type which is driven my emotional eating habits and also low self esteem I got to rock bottom health wise and mentally. Your blog has helped and still currently helps me to deal with my issues, however, I just feel I need that extra help to try and kick this problem away for good! You are an inspiration and I would love to volunteer! :)

  11. cindyz January 29, 2020 at 8:55 am #

    Hi there, Tahlee!

    What an awesome offer! I would relish the coaching. I have spent most of my life overweight. A number of years ago I lost about 80 pounds and since then, haven’t lost another pound. I’m recently divorced (I am 50-something!) and and have been sooo sedentary that it makes me feel exhausted to just think of going for a walk! But I have so much life in front of me and have to have such different goals at my age now - to go out and make a career and the reality that I need to work for as long as I can now. I need my body to support me. So now that I’m 50-something, I want (and need) to look like I’m 40-something and feel like I’m 30-something!!! I know all of this change starts in my head and that is where my struggle lies. Changing my mind… In trying to change my life, I feel that I’ve learned that I’ve been a shame-based person. That’s what caught my attention in your proposal. How does a person with this type of background change to a place that will ‘let’ them move into taking care of them self?

  12. Nic January 29, 2020 at 8:09 pm #

    I over eat or don’t eat enough I eat way to fast and way to many carbs because I am obsessed with them. I love eating and feeling full but hate feeling full. I’m obsessed with cheese and I’m delusional when it comes to my body. I am beginning to get issues in my hip because I am to heavy to run but I use to run to try and let myself eat more oh my the list goes on. It’s completely emotional because I get angry at the thought of having to exercise or loose weight but can’t stand the fact I am over weight!!

  13. natalieamor January 29, 2020 at 8:44 pm #

    Hey Tahlee!

    I would absolutely love the opportunity to be part of your 180 in 2013! I have recently hit rock bottom… although I’d have to say I’ve been bottoming out for at least the last 4 years! But now I’m older (and slightly) wiser and I’m looking to improve my mind, heart and body health. I have always struggled with my weight and it has been the HUGE weight on not only my body but my mind, throughout my whole life. I’ve moved 3 times in about 7 months, including London, and I just haven’t found my inner happy. This year I want to change all that! I’ve been trying for many years to change my ‘lifestyle’ but for some reason it’s like I’ve been getting lost and going around in circles. I just need a nudge in the right direction and an attitude boost. I know I have the mental capacity for change, but being stuck in the same place mentally and physically for so long, you get stuck in ur own little box (or on the couch) and it can be hard to see a way out! I need someone who can open me up to new ways of thinking, new ways of doing and a new, healthy way of living. I’m looking to increase my self-confidence and self-esteem and be open to new and exciting opportunities and not let fear get in the way of this change. I want to live healthy and happily for a long time to come!

    <3 Natalie xoxo

  14. Tahlee January 30, 2020 at 11:06 am #

    This is an entry from Jo - sadly her comment wouldn’t load. If anyone else is having problems, please email me - change at

    “i’m 45 years old and i can’t tell you how much i would value the opportunity to learn how to love me. looking myself in the eye in the mirror and saying ‘i love you’ is possibly one of the hardest things i’ve ever tried to do. it’s not my fault i’m so broken … i absolutely know that … but knowing that doesn’t make it any easier to change. two years ago i was truly blessed by the arrival of my spectacular little girl. she is amazing. so is my husband. i want to put the past behind me and move forward happy and healthy. i deserve that. so do they. i’m trying so hard … but it’s really difficult to do on my own. some help would be very welcome indeed.”

  15. Sarah hickey January 30, 2020 at 7:15 pm #

    Hey Tahlee!
    Thanks for providing an opportunity for us to work with you!
    I would like to do a 180 on my relationship with myself and the way I use food as a coping mechanism for life. I want to do a full 180 to be in a place of self love and always making choices that come from a calm, balanced place.
    Would love to work with you and provide feedback in order to help your mission grow!
    You go girl!

  16. Jocasta January 30, 2020 at 7:38 pm #

    I would love this opportunity. I have recently done a 180 with food but I’m still stuck with exercise and really embracing the skin I’m in. I have released a lot of weight from the changes to diet but I’m not fitter and still not loving my body image. I would love to work with you and provide honest, useful and supportive feedback. I’m willing, I’m ready - bring on the REVOLUTION!!


  17. dominique January 31, 2020 at 5:11 am #

    Oh my goodness, where to start. I have struggled with self love and body image since my childhood. I have always looked in the mirror and seen myself as fat and ugly when I know deep down that I’m neither and that those descriptors are not valid. I was bulimic as a teen and have not purged since I was 20 but have overeaten my way through my twenties, thirties, and most of my way through my forties. I’m approaching 50 and have about 60 excess pounds that I would like to lose this year for my health and well-being.

    I adore weight training and exercise! I have found that when I am the happiest I am very active physically: bike riding, hiking, swimming and my self-image is not as low during these times. Something always comes up though - the loss of a boyfriend (or husband), a change in jobs, the death of a loved one, an injury - and the self-sabotage strikes again and I put on the weight again.

    I work full-time and recently finished school (went for my Bachelor’s degree) so I have evenings free again. I desperately want to get back into the gym and train for my dream of completing a sprint-distance triathlon but I struggle every night with not being able to find the motivation to put on gym clothes or a swim suit and go to the gym. I know it will make me happy but I’m struggling with the overwhelming mountain of fear of how long it will take to lose all of the weight. I’ve had such emotional devastation over the past several years and my weight has been able to keep the feelings at bay. Loving myself through the emotions and healing from the damage I’ve done to myself scares me into inaction. I’ve been able to get out and walk ~2-3 miles a few times a week but that’s all I’ve managed so far.

    Finding the ability to love myself for exactly who I am right now - despite being unhealthily overweight - is something that I am striving for today. I don’t know how to get past the bulging tummy and the self-hatred for what I’ve done to myself so I can move on and treat myself better…

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