About Gina

Gina Pilon

I wasn’t always on the path to “healing.”

 
It just struck me as rather squishy and illogical, and something ‘other’ people needed. I was one to know. I used to be an accountant.

So by training, things were logical. Everything added up.

But, you know how you’re going along, living your life, and – BAM! – something big happens, and it blindsides you?
 
No matter what you do, you can’t go back to the way things were.

For me, everything changed when my mother died. She was young at the time – just sixty. No one expected it.

It was the straw that broke the camel’s back.
 

Everything came crashing down.

 
When my mom passed, all sorts of old repressed memories and feelings welled up within me. I hit the proverbial wall emotionally, and that’s when my life really started to unravel.

And those repressed feelings – because I didn’t have the skills or willingness to feel them as a kid – manifested in my body as some serious, potentially life-threatening health issues.

Now, before we go any further, let’s be clear. I believe in doctors, nutritionists, and getting all the help we need in whatever way we need it.

And I also believe what we feel, the thoughts we think, and whether we are living our purpose is absolutely connected to our overall health… and how at ease we feel – or don’t feel – in our bodies, relationships, and lives.

So sometimes, there are things within us that can only shift when we, for lack of a better word, heal ourselves.
 

“What happened in my life and how did it affect me?

 
Long story short, I made a decision:

I am 100% responsible for my life.

Does this mean you cause things to happen to you? Sometimes yes. But sometimes, things just happen. And it’s up to you to experience the gift in it and get complete with it. Whatever “it” is. Because only that – and nothing else – will set you free.

As for my story, once I realized that the time had come to let go of blaming other people for my life…

… it put me on a path of personal and spiritual growth.
 

I became tenacious.

 
I started hiring coaches. I saw therapists. I went to nutritionists. I went to doctors. And little by little, I felt my way through the process of developing my inner strength, resilience, and self esteem.

It wasn’t all peaches and cream. The doctors couldn’t seem to help me with my digestive issues. I had to look elsewhere.

I had to look within.

I had to let go of a lot of garbage I had picked up along the way.

I had to forgive myself and others for any perceived wrongs or hurts.

I had to find my own answers for what worked for my sweet, if upset, digestive system.

Healing is an intuitive process. It has its own timing. It has its own language. And, hey, it’s not always easy. It takes courage. But it’s the best gift you could ever give yourself.
 

What’s your life saying to you?

 
Many of my clients come to me when their lives – or their bodies — are crashing down around them. A health crisis. The loss of something – or someone – dear to them. A deep fatigue around their struggle with emotional eating or their weight.

Together, we look at that. And using the process I’ve developed — and my training as a life coach, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and grief recovery specialist who teaches people how to navigate their health, their lives, and their grief — they get a total health transformation, meeting:

  • Physical needs, by teaching you how to give your body the energy and fuel it needs to thrive
  • Emotional needs, by healing your heart and letting go of past disappointments, perceived injustices, and deprivations
  • Spiritual needs, by inquiring into who you are, what you love, and what makes you come alive

But you don’t have to be in crisis to work with me! Some of my clients just feel called, after so many years of taking care of others, to take care of themselves. They are ready to live in a different way. Without judgment or blame. With forgiveness, joy, health, and the sense that they are living their best version of themselves. You have this, too. And it’s my mission to help you find your way.
 
 

Thinking about working with Gina?

The first step is to set up a discovery session with her, to talk about what’s going on and what’s holding you back. If Gina can help you, she’ll let you know and together, you’ll decide which program is right for you. Click here to schedule a session.