Kelsey ellis

BODYLICIOUS FITNESS

Willoughby Community Centre

7888 200th street

Langley, BC, V2Y 3J4

Tel: 604-999-1808

info@bodyliciousfitness.ca

Hours:

Monday: closed

Tuesday: 9:30am-7:30pm

Wednesday: 3:30pm-7:30pm

Thursday: 9:30am-7:30pm

Fridays: 9:30am-3pm

Sat/Sun: closed

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my approach

why choose us?

we're experts

With over 10+ years in the industry, we're experts in the field of fitness & nutrition

we customize

We customize and deliver training programs designed specifically for your needs

we care

You matter to us. We will do everything possible to help you feel supported along the way

we monitor

We regularly monitor your progress and adapt your training programs to continue to see results

"I see you. I hear you and I honour you."

I see you.

I will see you for all that you are without judgement. I will see you for the beautiful soul that are you are and help you to see your potential, even if you don't see it for yourself. I will not encourage you to change yourself but rather elevate you to show up in this world as the greatest version of yourself.

I hear you.

I will give you my undivided attention and listen with an open heart. I will give you space to speak your truth and lend an open ear to release your anger, fears and self-doubts for I believe that self-expression is the greatest form of medicine towards healing self-limiting beliefs.

I honour you.

I will respect your individuality and meet you where you are at. No goal is too big or too small. I will honour your experience and struggles with the knowing that the obstacles are the way towards a deeper connection to yourself and an opportunity for self-growth.

True healing begins from the inside out and the belief that you deserve to heal. Most people believe that they are solely responsible for their poor health and that is simply not true. Past trauma, social conditioning and outdated food paradigms are contributing factors that often go unrecognized. We beat ourselves up for thinking we should do better, when in fact the very systems that promise to save us are actually creating the problems in the first place.

Let's start with re-building a healthy relationship to your body and creating new language within your inner dialogue. Then learn to honour your hunger and build back your trust around food again. And finally, implement movement therapies that allow you to explore your body in new ways through strengthening and cardiovascular exercises.

It's time to find comfort in the discomfort and make peace with your body once and for all!