The Lifestyle Change Institute's Detoxification Workshop is designed to enhance physical and mental health through a Holistic and Integrative approach. Divided into two 4-hour parts, here's a concise overview:




The Lifestyle Change Institute's Detoxification Workshop is designed to enhance physical and mental health through a Holistic and Integrative approach. Divided into two 4-hour parts, here's a concise overview:




My Break-Up Package is for those who need support going through a breakup. In this four week workshop, I teach you new ways to navigate your life as a single person, help you date again, and teach to love yourself.

I guide you through the art of letting go and detaching from things, memories, in person (s) that are no longer in your best interest. I help you make yourself a priority by making peace with your emotions and creating an altogether new world of healing.



A 3 ½ hour workshop, Relationship Revolution is designed for women to discover the four pillars of a healthy and balance relationship.

In this workshop I deal with:
• Physical health
• Mental well-being
• Personal spirit
• Emotional balance

Leveraging the four critical aspects of your very existence. I teach you ways that shall make you win at every relationship in your life without burnout.


Have any Questions?


Healthy Eating

When you’re second-guessing your hunger, you should most likely review your eating pattern. As a tip, try drinking a glass of water. If you still feel hungry afterward, you may go and eat.
Balanced meals can be simple.

The reason lies in what you’re eating and what time you’re taking your meals.
Healthy eating is about balance and planning healthy meals is fun

Absolutely not. The biggest difference between the two is that dieting is a short-term process whereas lifestyle change is a long-term process.
Release food rules that do not serve you.

Possible, depending
on what diet plan you choose. But here’s a question for me to you: do you want
to lose weight unhealthily? Think: skipping meals, cutting out on food groups,
taking supplements, etc.
Food is a tool to nourish your body, not restrict it.

The key is to review your food choices, what you’re consuming, and what activities you carry out after each meal.
Healthy eating is more than a diet.

There’s a lot more to this question than just a short answer that can be fitted into this box. What is that you both want from this marriage? The key is in striking a perfect balance between career and marriage, with the scales leaning toward your spouse more than towards your work life. Humans must be made a priority, period.
When you’re faltering, get back on track by thinking – I value the commitment we have made to each other and honor our vows. I believe in my marriage.

That can be determined by performing a breakdown of your expectations and desires. Sometimes, our thoughts and sentiments begin to eat away at the purity of the relationship. Other times, there needs to be a fine line between compromises and boundaries that should be respected at all times.
However, here’s what I tell my clients to think always; I value my partner’s opinions and decisions just like they value mine.

You’ve got to obtain an unbiased review of the health and sanity of your relationship to see if it is toxic beyond the stage of treatment. The decision is tough, but if necessary for your mental health, should be taken.
At this point, don’t burden your mind with apprehensions and negative talks. Just think; my partner and I both deserve to love and be loved.

Communication, first – always. If you and your partner have proper lines of communication where honesty and openness take the lead, there are thin chances for your relationship to crumble. Frustration is natural and sometimes expected. The key is that no rough patch should persist for too long.
An uplifting thought to keep you moving with your exasperated partner; the love between me and my partner is stronger than our fights and misunderstandings.

People tend to ask this question frequently. However, there are easily two parts to this seemingly one-topic question. Let me rephrase the inquiry to make it simpler;

  1. What is it that you want in a partner?
  2. Do you love yourself first before any(one/thing) else?

    For the time being, there’s one thing you should tell yourself: I am grateful to have my partner in my life.


PART1 AND PART 2 (4 Hours)

Part 1

In Part 1, participants will:

  • Gain an understanding of detoxification.
    • Activity 1: Interactive discussion on detox concepts.
  • Discover the body’s natural cleansing abilities.
    • Activity 2: Group exercise on recognizing the body’s cleansing processes.
  • Learn how mental attitude influences gut health.
    • Activity 3: Guided exploration of the connection between mindset and gut health.
  • Create motivational materials.

Activity 4: Hands-on session for designing personalized motivational materials.

Part 2

In Part 2, participants will:

  • Reflect on natural cleansing through worksheets.
    • Activity 1: orkbook and worksheet completion.
  • Write in a gratitude diary before bedtime each night.
    • Activity 2: Round-robin sharing of gratitude diaries.
  • Overcome roadblocks symbolically.
    • Activity 3: Group exercise symbolizing the breaking of personal roadblocks.
  • Foster motivation with personalized messages.
    • Activity 4: Collaborative creation of motivational messages.

Part 3 & Part 4 (4 hours course)

Part 3

In Part 3, the focus will be on:

  • Deepening on detoxification knowledge.
    • Activity 1: In-depth discussion and Q&A session on advanced detox concepts.
  • Identifying mental roadblocks.
    • Activity 2: Individual reflection and group discussion on identifying mental obstacles.
  • Enhancing positivity.
    • Activity 3: Group activity to enhance a positive mindset.
  • Designing a personal cheerleading program.
    • Activity 4: Practical session to create a personal cheerleading program.

Part 3

In Part 4, participants will:

  • Explore advanced detoxification concepts.
    • Activity 1: Hands-on exploration of advanced detox topics.
  • Address mental health connections.
    • Activity 2: Group discussion and activities related to mental health and detox.
  • Nurture a supportive environment.
    • Activity 3: Group exercises to foster a supportive workshop atmosphere.
  • Develop tools for ongoing motivation.
    • Activity 4: Practical session for participants to create tools for sustained motivation.