Merly Hartnett, Period Coach and certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach.
Hi I’m Merly, I help women to balance their hormones, overcome chronic stress and live in harmony with their menstrual cycle through personalised 1:1 health coaching.
When was the last time you drank a glass of water? If I was a landscape, I’d be a desert and that would pretty suck cause I’m a Pisces. So let’s both grab a glass of water and get to know how I can help you.
What Do I Do
We all know that we need to more drink water, reduce stress, exercise and eat better but do we actually do it?
That’s where health and wellness coaching fits in.
The sorts of clients that come to me generally suffer from menstrual disorders, endometriosis, PCOS, adrenal/thyroid problems, infertility, hormone-related skin and weight issues, fatigue, anxiety and chronic stress.
So if you’re looking for a friendly, positive, straight to the point and will call you on your B.S kind of a coach, then apply for a free initial hormonal health discovery session.
Back then I thought it was normal.
My cycle was irregular, painful and heavy, I had extreme mood swings which I put down to being an emotional and sensitive soul and I learned to live with eczema and arthritic pain because health wasn’t a priority for me.
However after a series of panic attacks, living with anxiety for way too long and a few long term boyfriends who just couldn’t handle my raging temper, I realised the problem wasn’t them, it was me and PMDD (PMS on overdrive).
It was in 2011 was when I started working with a coach that I had my own health transformation where I was able to back control of my life, hormones and sanity.
Since then I’ve become a mum, have two adorable boys and passionate about helping other women to balance their hormones and conquer chronic stress.
With over 10 years plus combined experience working in the recruitment, community services and occupational rehabilitation industry as a coach and mentor, mixed in my training as a certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, my hope is to empower women to take back control of their life too.
Ps. How’s that glass of water going?