Triad Health Co.

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Celebrating the launch of Triad Health Co. with Kristina Viniar today! 🦋🐣🥳

When Kristina came to me, she said,
“I want a triangle to represent 3 pillars.”

✔️Nutrition
✔️Movement
✔️Lifetsyle

These quickly became a part of her brand identity and what we built her content around.

Her brand mission best described:

At the top- Success of how we appear.
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Triad Health Co is about what’s under there:

• Hard Work
• Persistence
• Discipline
• Courage
• Rejection
• Self LOVE and Care
• Resilience
• Change

I think this logo really landed and speaks to the brand identity + messaging very well. Her color palette is filled with tones to describe all of the elements! Earth, Wind, Fire, Water to describe as well as engage the ways in which she fills her colorful life.

“Success is no accident. It is hard work, practice, perseverance, studying, sacrifice and most of all to love what you are doing while leaning into the learning.

Success is not always what you see.

It's also different for different people.

The challenge both personally and professionally is to not only know what success means for oneself but to be satisfied and at peace with what that looks like.”

Here’s to the success of this amazing new business with an expert in her industry and warrior amongst warriors!

If you’re seeking a movement and integrative nutrition coach, look no further! She knows her stuff inside and out! Kristina takes care and loves her clients. If you want a transformation to feel better, she’s the one!

www.triadhealthco.com

#newsite #newlogo #logodesigner #newbrand #businessowner #businesswoman #soulfulbrand #beautifuldestinations #consciousbusiness
WE ARE SO EXCITED TO JOIN YOU!! LIVE on IG https://www.instagram.com/hearthsoulatx/

Today at 2pm!!

Join Health & Nutrition Coach Kristina Viniar For Free Virtual Events In September With Hearth & Soul!

Join in virtually for these events featuring Kristina:
Healthy Aging – 9/9
Shopping for Wellness- 9/16
Tension release- 9/23
Healthy Cocktails- 9/30

New site is FIRE! www.triadhealthco.com
Why can't you be more north?
Whole Foods has a 40% Probiotic sale for Amazon Prime members this weekend only!
Guess who I found on the new 24hour fitness app (24Go)... #mytraineriskindofabigdeal
Opening up enrollment for the October Women's program! Get on it!
Dipping my toes into this "writing" thing. :-) I've collected some built up thoughts lately.

I empower women who feel out of balance, stuck in a perpetual diet cycle and tired of too many BS short term fixes. So they can stop focusing on their limitations and start learning how to embrace their strength and create a kick-ass life.

Operating as usual

11/12/2021

“Into the forest I go, to lose my mind and find my soul.”
-John Muir

In its literal sense, this quote means a lot to me. I grew up being drawn to the forest and the nature of it along with my imagination always gave me a sense belonging and peace. I always felt like I belonged in the forrest and I still do.

In a figurative sense, this quote is interesting as well because as humans we all have the capacity to find a space in our minds where we can “go” to do a little soul-searching.

Having a high-functioning brain is necessary and yet, it can also be the source of our daily stress or even our undoing. Thus, it can sometime be helpful to “loose our mind” so to speak and instead listen to or look for our soul’s desires. As a brainy, double-guessing myself, overthinking I get that it’s no small task to shut off the brain.

Some find mindlessness in mediation, others seek it through finction books, in weight-training, in running or hiking, in s*x, or in nature. The list goes on and there is not one-fits-all answer. You do you boo.

So I have a fun little task for you to try this weekend. Take some time explore what it would feel like to lose your mind a little and find what your soul wants instead. Can you draw out some actionable steps from this mindless soul wandering? What are they? What is ONE thing you can do right now to get you closer to what your soul wants?

I hope you get to have fun with this. Have fun getting lost :-)

Also…I’ve taken a long-lasting hiatus from posting on social media. I love my clients, my work and my business. However I have never loved playing the game that is Instagram. So, as part of my own soul searching HW, I’m figuring out where it fits into my overall goal and message. Maybe I’ll keep it, maybe I’ll do email subscriptions, or maybe I’ll just use carrier pigeons. Whatever it is, my proverbial door is always open for question about all things women’s strength training and post-partum recovery , nutrition and lifestyle balance.

👋 bye bye for now.

“Into the forest I go, to lose my mind and find my soul.”
-John Muir

In its literal sense, this quote means a lot to me. I grew up being drawn to the forest and the nature of it along with my imagination always gave me a sense belonging and peace. I always felt like I belonged in the forrest and I still do.

In a figurative sense, this quote is interesting as well because as humans we all have the capacity to find a space in our minds where we can “go” to do a little soul-searching.

Having a high-functioning brain is necessary and yet, it can also be the source of our daily stress or even our undoing. Thus, it can sometime be helpful to “loose our mind” so to speak and instead listen to or look for our soul’s desires. As a brainy, double-guessing myself, overthinking I get that it’s no small task to shut off the brain.

Some find mindlessness in mediation, others seek it through finction books, in weight-training, in running or hiking, in s*x, or in nature. The list goes on and there is not one-fits-all answer. You do you boo.

So I have a fun little task for you to try this weekend. Take some time explore what it would feel like to lose your mind a little and find what your soul wants instead. Can you draw out some actionable steps from this mindless soul wandering? What are they? What is ONE thing you can do right now to get you closer to what your soul wants?

I hope you get to have fun with this. Have fun getting lost :-)

Also…I’ve taken a long-lasting hiatus from posting on social media. I love my clients, my work and my business. However I have never loved playing the game that is Instagram. So, as part of my own soul searching HW, I’m figuring out where it fits into my overall goal and message. Maybe I’ll keep it, maybe I’ll do email subscriptions, or maybe I’ll just use carrier pigeons. Whatever it is, my proverbial door is always open for question about all things women’s strength training and post-partum recovery , nutrition and lifestyle balance.

👋 bye bye for now.

Timeline Photos 07/08/2021

From where I’m sitting, the health and fitness trends keep heading into the “bio-hacking”, lifestyle-hacking, shortcut direction. Right on par with our modernized and technology-dominated lives.

Lifestyle change as it pertains to fitness or nutrition is often sold as a series of “hacking” tips to get relief from whatever is ailing you currently or whatever your goals/desires are. We crave results that are “same-day delivery”, which is further perpetuated by companies like Amazon, Instacart, and Favor.

So for coaches like me, who are interested in mindset shifts, increasing a person’s health-span, nutrition competency, and the client’s “long-term gains”, is a hard sell.

As I’m learning about the world of personal finance and investing, which is also a huge contributor to your health; I see similar trends in that industry too. Turn and burn stock options popularized as the “shortcut” to becoming a millionaire vs. the tried and true options of slow investing into a 401k or an IRA as well as investing in your health.

So what does this all mean for you? A couple of things:
1. Get clear with your expectations of what you want to accomplish and compare that to what you are actually willing to do and are currently doing. Where is the disconnect?
2. Realize that change can be hard, but I’ve never met anyone successful who said that the positive changes in their lives weren't worth it. Usually, they will tell you about how happy they are about making those changes and about the life/health-enhancing effects they have experienced.
3. Realize that a mindset shift is required for a lifestyle shift. They are interconnected. Biohacking works for a period of time, but then you undoubtedly resort back to old habits. Whether it’s in your health, your relationships, your finances or whatever area you want to make a change in.
4. Lastly, realize that change may or may NOT be right for you at this time. When starting something new, you will ABSOLUTELY bump into resistance, discomfort, and lots of obstacles. The question is, are you willing to still show up and get s**t done despite temporary discomfort and setback? I can't answer that for you. Only you can.

Good news though. We all have the capacity to grow, improve and change. No trait is fixed and anything can be learned and improved upon. It's just a matter of whether you want to undertake that challenge and be committed to it.

From where I’m sitting, the health and fitness trends keep heading into the “bio-hacking”, lifestyle-hacking, shortcut direction. Right on par with our modernized and technology-dominated lives.

Lifestyle change as it pertains to fitness or nutrition is often sold as a series of “hacking” tips to get relief from whatever is ailing you currently or whatever your goals/desires are. We crave results that are “same-day delivery”, which is further perpetuated by companies like Amazon, Instacart, and Favor.

So for coaches like me, who are interested in mindset shifts, increasing a person’s health-span, nutrition competency, and the client’s “long-term gains”, is a hard sell.

As I’m learning about the world of personal finance and investing, which is also a huge contributor to your health; I see similar trends in that industry too. Turn and burn stock options popularized as the “shortcut” to becoming a millionaire vs. the tried and true options of slow investing into a 401k or an IRA as well as investing in your health.

So what does this all mean for you? A couple of things:
1. Get clear with your expectations of what you want to accomplish and compare that to what you are actually willing to do and are currently doing. Where is the disconnect?
2. Realize that change can be hard, but I’ve never met anyone successful who said that the positive changes in their lives weren't worth it. Usually, they will tell you about how happy they are about making those changes and about the life/health-enhancing effects they have experienced.
3. Realize that a mindset shift is required for a lifestyle shift. They are interconnected. Biohacking works for a period of time, but then you undoubtedly resort back to old habits. Whether it’s in your health, your relationships, your finances or whatever area you want to make a change in.
4. Lastly, realize that change may or may NOT be right for you at this time. When starting something new, you will ABSOLUTELY bump into resistance, discomfort, and lots of obstacles. The question is, are you willing to still show up and get s**t done despite temporary discomfort and setback? I can't answer that for you. Only you can.

Good news though. We all have the capacity to grow, improve and change. No trait is fixed and anything can be learned and improved upon. It's just a matter of whether you want to undertake that challenge and be committed to it.

Photos from Triad Health Co.'s post 06/18/2021

Read a little article in Psychology Today on the topic of the “Comparison Trap.”

Loved this quote: “ In a world where followers and likes can seem like rock-solid proof of a person's worth, you don't have to take the bait.”

The article told a story of Lisa, who is a successful advertising exec who posts photos of strolling through London or on a European vacation. Outsiders and people next to her consider her happy, successful and think she “has-it-all”.

The article continues to reveal Lisa’s “darker” inner reality and she talks about fear or failure, making the wrong choices in life and about not having what she wants, etc.

Does this sound familiar??

Here’s the thing, when we compare, we almost always compare ourselves to people we think are “better off” than us. We scroll, like, “ooh and aah” at their success, bodies, “cool videos”, seemingly extraordinary lives while in the same breath, TEAR OURSELVES DOWN. We tell ourselves that we’re not successful, we lack something, we can never be THAT person or HAVE what they have and so on.

The most interesting thing FOR ME as a coach for the last 10 years has been witnessing this.

The comparison trap and the narrative is almost WORD-FOR-WORD the same despite of:
Age
Class
Race
Culture
Education Level
Actual or Perceived Success Level
Religious/Spiritual Beliefs

Comparison that leaves you feeling depressed Or chronically inferior and doesn’t motivate you to grow and improve your life ISN’T HELPFUL.

At the end of the day, when you peel back the layers that we present to society and sometimes to our own reflection, we are ALL having the same human experience. We all struggle with comparison (some don’t as much/anymore because they’ve done extensive inner work).

Comparison is a fundamental human trait. HOWEVER, if it’s dragging you down and not up, seek to understand the underlying reasons for it. Ask for help or coaching from qualified professionals and oat attention or STEP AWAY from the things or people that amplify your negative comparison thoughts.

Photo 1: posed, edited, deliberate to “fit” in with my branding.

Photo 2: reality of what happens when I work.

Does this resonate with you?

Timeline Photos 04/05/2021

In your search for well-being, have you ever stopped to consider any of these categories besides the obvious "Nutrition and Physical Activity"?

When I work with clients, I often talk about our Primary Food and distinguish them from our Secondary Food.

The primary food we need to consume go way beyond what's on our plate. It's the "STUFF" in life that gives us purpose, brings us joy, and feeds us on a deeper level.

More often than not, when our primary food vessel is empty, that's when we turn to food to fill that void.

Total being required a balanced approach and awareness to all of these areas. You may have achieved your weight loss goal, but if your relationships, your environment, and your career or the sense of life purpose are at an all-time low, you still may be unhappy.

The same goes for any of these categories.

Save this post and try this little exercise.

1. Look at each of these slices of the pie and rate your satisfaction and fulfillment in each on a scale of 1- 10.

2. Then ask yourself, what would a balanced circle look like for you? Your answer will be different from the next person because balance looks very different for each of us.

3. Then, consider which of these elements you would like to start improving first, second and so forth that would gradually bring about a more balanced life for you.

Yes, there will be trade-offs or sacrifices. And no, there doesn't need to be an "all-or-nothing" approach to this exercise. And NO you can't be excelling 100% at every single category. THERE ARE TRADE OFFS.

However, each of us has our unique formula for what makes us feel our best and I encourage you to start digging and asking some "out of the box" questions.

If this style of questioning interests your, feel free to reach out for a FREE consultation with me. I can help you start making strides towards figuring out your ideal level of health.

In your search for well-being, have you ever stopped to consider any of these categories besides the obvious "Nutrition and Physical Activity"?

When I work with clients, I often talk about our Primary Food and distinguish them from our Secondary Food.

The primary food we need to consume go way beyond what's on our plate. It's the "STUFF" in life that gives us purpose, brings us joy, and feeds us on a deeper level.

More often than not, when our primary food vessel is empty, that's when we turn to food to fill that void.

Total being required a balanced approach and awareness to all of these areas. You may have achieved your weight loss goal, but if your relationships, your environment, and your career or the sense of life purpose are at an all-time low, you still may be unhappy.

The same goes for any of these categories.

Save this post and try this little exercise.

1. Look at each of these slices of the pie and rate your satisfaction and fulfillment in each on a scale of 1- 10.

2. Then ask yourself, what would a balanced circle look like for you? Your answer will be different from the next person because balance looks very different for each of us.

3. Then, consider which of these elements you would like to start improving first, second and so forth that would gradually bring about a more balanced life for you.

Yes, there will be trade-offs or sacrifices. And no, there doesn't need to be an "all-or-nothing" approach to this exercise. And NO you can't be excelling 100% at every single category. THERE ARE TRADE OFFS.

However, each of us has our unique formula for what makes us feel our best and I encourage you to start digging and asking some "out of the box" questions.

If this style of questioning interests your, feel free to reach out for a FREE consultation with me. I can help you start making strides towards figuring out your ideal level of health.

Photos from Triad Health Co.'s post 03/24/2021

Yesterday I posted a video on the topic of "Ridiculous and Invasive Questions Women Get on a Daily Basis."⁠⁠
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When I polled my audience, the question about having children was by FAR the most hated question women received AND the most frequently asked. ⁠⁠
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To get the record straight, I am not a fertility expert, a doula, a psychologist or psychiatrist or a medical expert.⁠⁠
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I'm a women's strength coach and nutritionist. And I have worked with women through all walks of life, including getting ready for a pregnancy, getting back on their feet after a pregnancy loss or healthy delivery. And NOTHING get's me more riled than this topic right here. ⁠⁠
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This post isn't medical advice. It's a service announcement brought on by the RAGE and THE PAIN I feel for ALL my clients that have suffered or are currently suffering through infertility, child loss, miscarriages, emotional trauma associated with the aforementioned problems and or the SHAME women ARE MADE TO feel for NOT wanting to have children. ⁠⁠
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Please read through the statistics I compiled for this post. Consider ALL OF THE POSSIBILITIES of WHY this line of questioning is invasive, potentially hurtful, and should not be asked unless the person openly INVITES YOU into the discussion about babies. ⁠⁠
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Instead of asking, forcing, pursuing or engaging in the baby conversation, stop and think. ⁠⁠
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You may not know that the woman in front of you is secretly shaking from pain, rage, shame or ALL of those emotions brought on by you asking or stating the following:⁠⁠
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-When are you having kids?⁠⁠
-Why don't you want kids?"⁠⁠
-You should have a baby. ⁠⁠
-You need a baby. You're not getting any younger. ⁠⁠
-When are you having another baby?⁠⁠
-When are you and your husband going to get busy?⁠⁠
-Never say never to kids... You never know.⁠⁠
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Instead, just ask how the person is doing and give them the space to CHOOSE HOW THEY WANT TO REPLY. ⁠⁠
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⁠⁠#infeetilityawareness #austintexas #womenswellness

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