ANNOUNCING: Group Health Coaching! Print Recipe Print Recipe

This is me.  Healthy.  Happy.   Living my passion.

I’m OVER THE MOON excited to finally share my new venture with you, something I’ve been working on for awhile now.  I’ve partnered with an amazing woman, Lacy Young, a certified health coach and the two of us have joined forces to leading a series of GROUP HEALTH COACHING beginning November 22nd!

If you want to hear it from me, you can. I made you a video.

Check out my Interview with Lacy Young HERE

You guys, we can FINALLY work together! Now, lets talk.

This is for ANY woman looking for a different relationship with food. You do not have to be gluten-free to join.

If you’re new/interested in gluten-free or recently diagnosed Celiac, this would be a great course for you! This is my specialty and will be there to support you every step of the way.

While tackling the food, you may also be ready to crank up the exercise. Done. Hello long distance workout buddy.

Need help or support making healthy choices this Holiday season? Done. We’re not letting the holiday buffet table take you down this year, nope. Nada.

Too busy & don’t have time? Girl, you can do this in your PJ’s, snuggled in your bed if you want. Sessions are held once every two weeks and it’s over the phone.

Benefit of group work? It’s interactive, there’s an amazing amount of support, and your soon-to-be-friends are there to hold you accountable.

More info below!

**Thriving Through the Holidays [Nov. 22-Jan 31st] SOLD OUT**
**New Year, New YOU [Jan-May] – Registration opening soon!**



Who’s this for?

  • Those wanting a different relationship with food: stop counting calories, understand your body, gain confidence in food choices, experience overall happiness in your life, set and accomplish goals, understand and reduce cravings, explore new foods.
  • Women of all ages committed to their health and well being
  • Women who are new or curious about exploring the naturally gluten-free lifestyle and those who want more energy by eliminating gluten from their diet.

*Bonus: You can do this in the comfort of your own home! Sessions are held via phone, once every two weeks for an hour.

What’s the benefit, you ask??  Lemme tell ya’

  • Open up the possibilities for a new way of life and a new relationship with food.
  • Sense of community to help support your goals and hold you accountable.
  • Learn health benefits and how to prepare new foods.
  • Learn from all the participants, collaboration and creativity.

Biggest question, how much? $299 for all this. . .

  • Three months of consultancy and advocacy to help you achieve your goals.
  • Healthy, easy and creative ways to make recipes.
  • Gift box FULL of healthy swag & clever reminders in support of your path.


Questions? Email me [Lisa] With.Style.Grace @ gmail [dot] com




*Photo credit: Meg Perotti

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  • Kris

    What about for those of us with gluten free friends… we need some help when cooking for them 🙂

    Congrats lovely!!

  • Ridgely’s Radar

    Looks great! Congrats!

  • Cookin’ Canuck

    Way to go, Lisa. Congratulations and good luck with your new venture!

  • Sandy @ RE

    Awesome Lisa and Lacy … I’ll pass this on to my GF friends! Congrats!

  • the Fromagette

    LOVE this! I will spread the word!

  • Krista

    This is wonderful! Congrats on your latest venture – I’m sure it will be a wild success.

  • Emily Turner

    Here’s one of my fav g-f recipe in response to your article “How to: Survive social events, gluten-free”

    I love what I call “Morrocan Spiced Beef” and it’s one of those easy, you can whip up and put in as much or as little of the nuts, seeds and veggies and meats you happen to have on hand or feel like eating that day and it will still come out delicious. To me, the key is the 5 spices and the browned onion & garlic… all the goodies like toasted almonds and kalamatas make it even tastier!

    1/2 onion
    a few cloves of garlic
    1 tsp each of salt, pepper, nutmeg, clove, all spice
    1 lb lean ground sirloin
    1-2 tbsp sunflower seeds
    1 tbsp olive oil
    pinch of salt
    1/4 C sliced almonds
    1/4 C kalamata olives
    pile (1-2 bags of prewashed) baby spinach

    1. Throw some rice and sunflower seeds, a tablespoon of olive oil and a pinch of salt into the rice cooker. 2. Toast almond slices (please buy them pre-sliced and save yourself) in a dry pan on medium heat. You’ll need to flip the almond slices a few times while you 3. Chop up 1/2 onion and flatten a few cloves of garlic. Set aside. 4. Turn off the stove & remove the almond slices to a bowl/plate. 5. Mix 1 tsp each of cinnamon, salt, pepper, nutmeg, allspice (fresh ground is amazing) in a bowl and add a pound of lean ground sirloin. Make sure the spices are well integrated into the beef. 6. Turn the stove back on medium high and toss in the onion, garlic and spiced beef meatballs in a pan. I don’t grease the pan because the meat has plenty of grease in it already. 7. While the edges are browning, chop up a handful of kalamata olives and throw those into the pan too. 8. The meat should be cooking thru by now so flip the meat again and pile in as much fresh spinach as your pan will handle (probably 4x the height of the pan) because otherwise you’ll end up with only a bite of spinach by the time it’s sauteed! 9. Once the spinach has melted down, remove everything from heat, toss again and serve over the rice with the toasted almonds on top.

  • Denese Bottrell

    So excited for you and Lacy! I’m a health counselor in training from IIN as well ….LOVE the program and am so inspired by people living their passion…. like the two of you (and now me 🙂 Congratulations on your new venture, you two will rock.