INTEGRATIVE NUTRITION HEALTH COACH
Haynes Paschall is an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. She obtained a Bachelor of Social Work degree from Texas Christian University, and a Master of Social Work degree from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Haynes worked for Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools and Girls on the Run before stepping aside from professional work to be at home with three children. In 2013, Haynes emerged back into the professional realm and enrolled in The Institute for Integrative Nutrition, where she studied over 100 different dietary theories. She started her health coaching practice in 2014 and has had the honor of helping many people to improve their health and well-being.
In 2019, Haynes furthered her education by completing a 6-month course in Advanced Gut Health, and is currently completing another 6-month training in Hormone Health. She considers herself a lifelong learner, and is always striving to bring great information into the health coaching process. She partners with her clients to find ways they can improve their health through diet and lifestyle changes.
Working with a health coach is a supportive and informative process. In an initial appointment, Haynes strives to get to know you and helps to clearly identify your health and wellness goals. These are often centered around food, but may also reach into areas of wellness such as sleep, exercise, stress reduction, and lifestyle habits. In a follow-up session, you and Haynes may do any of the following: discuss current habits and practices, review what is working well and what is not, set or revise goals, a grocery store tour, plan meals, or cook together in the kitchen. Haynes also offers grocery store tours, educational workshops, and cooking classes for groups and families.
IIN Health Coach Practitioner (The Institute for Integrative Nutrition)
American Association of Drugless Practitioners
Master of Social Work (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Bachelor of Social Work (Texas Christian University)