Health Coach and Virtual Fitness Trainer in Plano Texas
I am thankful for my life's journey;
For the years I have lived.
I am thankful for the spirit
I choose in a moment.
I am thankful for the sunrise
To remind me to breathe and smile.
I am thankful for the fresh air
To swallow life and space.
I am thankful for the first sip of morning coffee
That helps me be present in the moment.
I close my eyes and feel... life.
I am thankful for the morning workout sweat
With tired but laughter with all at the end.
I am thankful for the energy produced
To live my day with the power I choose.
I am thankful for the people I meet along the way
All to grow
Communication and love.
I am thankful for struggles and toughness
All to build
Tenacity and strength.
I am thankful for afternoon tea
To stop and be present
To good for me.
I am thankful for lunch and a movie
To feel the love with my child.
I am thankful for evening glory
To slow down my speed
And be here to receive.
As I close my eyes in the dark
I count my blessings.
Allow me to re-introduce myself. In this message I want to share what I truly value, in my life and my business.
The bottom line is that I truly want the World to be The place for us to live and enjoy. Enjoy our experiences, enjoy each other, enjoy safety, enjoy life!
I believe that this is possible when we are internally happy.
This fuels my passion to wake up in the morning and make small tiny steps towards my goals. I do it by having conversations and sessions with my clients during business hours. I also do it while talking with my children. I also do my best to live what I teach, to walk my talk.
I believe that creating a ripple effect is a thing. My heart longs for health; physical, emotional, mental. My soul leaps to fill myself and others with the light of happiness.
I believe in peace for our world. I believe it is possible because each one of us owns the potential for internal happiness.
I channeled my...
I eat because I love. And I am a lazy cook.
This message is for busy people who don't like to cook but want to have better eating choices.
I often get asked what and how I eat. As I sat down to journal my reflection, allow me to share with you my current meal situation.
I start prepping my meal when I am about 30% hungry.
To prep, I ask myself, how can I feed my body with love? What can I make to nourish my body?
On days I feel a lack of energy, what can I make to lift my energy?
On days I feel down, what can I eat to feel good?
When I am tired, what can I eat to relax?
I make my meal accordingly. I cook like I would feed someone I love.
Hey, I am still on my way. I still sometimes struggle to give myself time to cook. I do not want to stand in the kitchen and cook!
I find the time on the weekend to pre-cook for the week. I prep the foods that may take time. On some weeks, I make brown rice,...
Today I decided to take a deep look at the role my father played in my life.
He is quiet. He loves nature and gardening. He doesn't say many words but when he talks, he means it. He never said "I love you" out loud but somehow I always knew.
Since I moved to the US (in 2003), I have been visiting my parents every year. I remember coming to the room seeing him watching European football. I would sit next to him on the sofa and would naturally get involved in cheering.
He loves bread. He would say, "meal is not a meal without bread." I still enjoy good dark rye bread.
He loves hot tea. What European doesn't like hot tea? I love my afternoon gratitude green tea.
There is more but these are some of the highlights that jump into my memory this morning.
Nowadays, I call my parents every Sunday. My mom starts a conversation and then my dad comes with a cup of tea. He quietly sits next to my mom, sips on his tea, and I feel love in his presence.
I look up
So you can see me.
I stand on my toes
So you can find me.
I lift my arms up
So you can grab me.
So you can catch me?
You carry me high
And I can see.
The bird view eye.
How far I've come.
And created to be.
Who are you?
Being so brave
Carrying me all this time.
I look into your eyes,
And the air stands still.
My heart is full
With blindness I have been.
Who are you,
Carrying me all alone?
How did I not
How did I not
All this time.
To be my self.
To lift me up.
To fill me strong.
To pull me high.
To live my best.
- Nadya Nemova-Tatsch
June 11, 2022
The reason I am sharing my poem with you, besides that it's my birthday, is to inspire all of us to act.
Imagine yourself five years from now, powerful and living life on your terms. Imagine this powerful you is helping you now. She/He is holding your hand and walking you through challenges and struggles carrying the knowing of...
As I sat down to write my morning reflection email, my plan was to write about How to Exercise in Pain. And as I was writing, my heart kept yearning for a different topic, My child leaves in a few months for college, how do I deal with my emotions? In fact, I will finish my message about Exercise and Pain in the next two days so keep an eye out.
Today, I want to ask us; How do we deal with emotions when life circumstances change and there is nothing we can do about that. Some of us must say, "sure, there is something we can do." I agree. But what is it?
As I asked myself this question, I looked inward to reflect on how I am dealing with my child leaving the nest. Though I have never dealt with this situation before, I have experienced similar circumstances that produced similar emotions and bodily response, I might have been here before.
Let me walk myself and you through a 5-step process of How to Deal with Emotions when Life Changes.
Today's message is about time and urgency.
How long have you been in business? That is a question I get all the time.
My answer is a little more complicated than "2 years".
Coaching by Nadya was formed 2 years ago. I started my personal and professional wellness journey on April 9, 2009. My degrees are in teaching and psychology. I worked as a psychologist when I graduated from college. I was 17. The first personal development book I ever picked up was "How to talk to anyone" by Dale Carnegie. I was 11.
How long have I been in this industry? My answer, as long as I can remember.
In a recent conversation in our newly born book club, we talked about, what does it take for one to make a dramatic change or strong commitment? Many books, when one starts reading, depict a life-death situation that eventually leads the author to write the book. But so many of us haven't experienced a drastic...