We provide a comprehensive pathway to reviving individual health and wellness for the betterment of our communities
Complete mind-body renovation, economic prosperity
and global regeneration.
Honoring every mind and body.
Creating our best work.
Remaining calm in the chaos.
Building systems in support of
Build a collaborative network of over 1,000 coaches and practitioners in order to bring varying philosophies together in support of a healthier planet
Expand our reach across all 50 states, creating an expansive Nock Life Member Community
Educate coaches and practitioners on the standards and conduct of EWM and The Nock Life Methodology in order to help protect people from the physical and emotional damage of the diet cycle
WHO WE ARE
Coaches focused in the areas of wellness, nutrition and weight loss
Real people with stories to tell
WHAT WE DO
Review and discuss studies related to diet culture
Constantly review and revise actions based
on new information and cultural shifts
Listen to the stories of people who have battled with their body image and related issues in order to create sustainable impact.
Constantly question and review the results
of our actions
Unite people and organizations with
varying belief systems
Look for solutions and take action
DROP THE DIETS AND SUPPORT WOMEN'S PROGRESS
Join us on a quest to sit down
at the table, healthy and confident.
Diet culture has been stealthily instilled in our lives so it makes perfect sense if you haven't heard of it. It's become unhealthily normal to obsess over our weight and view health as that idealized body type plastered all over social media. The truth is that Americans relationship with our health has to change. Diet and weight loss programs are not working longterm and they are causing damage to our physical and mental well being. We believe that by committing to constant inquiry and action we can create a cultural shift that starts with the individual and runs through our families and our communities.
Women and girls have been disproportionately targeted by diet and weight loss companies. 2 out of 3 women report they are unhappy with their bodies and one study found that on average, women spend up to 17 years of their lives dieting. There are many more statistics that tell us we need to work together to solve
the problems created by diet culture, what we believe to be
the biggest plague on women's progress.
As we come together, reaching across gender, racial and cultural backgrounds, we will create systems in support of our differences, take down the barriers to lasting impact and create global regeneration.