Certified WILDFIT Coach
Location: Germany
Languages I Speak: English, German

About Birgit

Welcome to my profile! I’m Birgit, a creative designer, certified naturopath and a passionate WILDFIT coach on a mission. I’m a firm believer in the power of natural eating for restoring our health.

Originating from Munich, Germany, my path has led me to inspiring places like Lausanne and Los Angeles. These cities have greatly influenced my perspective on health and the art of crafting beauty in life. The energy in my work are reflections of the rich experiences I’ve embraced.

Since my early days, my family welcomed natural remedies such as homeopathy and Bach flowers, instilling in me the belief that beauty can be found in every challenge—it’s our choice to seek it out. This perspective has not only made me resilient but has also guided my journey towards healing and helping others.

Design has always been my first passion, driven by a desire to beautify the world around us. To me, the pinnacle of wealth is health, and there lies an extraordinary beauty in the vitality of living healthily. This is the kind of beauty I aim to help others cultivate in their lives through WILDFIT, a program that has demonstrated to me the transformative effects of proper nutrition.

Balancing the roles of work and family life has reinforced my understanding of the crucial role that nutrition plays in achieving balance. A well-nourished body can be the key to resolving numerous health challenges.

I am committed to assisting you on your journey to a more healthful and vibrant life. WILDFIT is an excellent tool in this quest, and I’ve witnessed its capacity to restore vitality and joy. I’m confident that a wholesome life is within reach for everyone.

Join me on a path to a life that’s not just healthy, but also vibrant and full of energy. Let’s unlock the potential of true food freedom together—it’s time to feel great again!

Upcoming WILDFIT Classes

Class 1: January 29, 2024
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Health is much more dependent on our habits and nutrition than on medicine. (John Lubbock)

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