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Shivaun Conn, Health Coach & Dietitian

Meet Shivaun Conn

Your Health Coach & Dietitian

Shivaun is a Health Coach, Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD), Accredited Nutritionist (AN), and University of Sydney Honours graduate (Bachelor of Science (Nutrition & Dietetics) Honours). Shivaun’s passion and drive for helping her clients realise and reach their varied health and lifestyle goals over the past 14 years has led her to be the successful Health Coach that she is today.

Her experience working with people of all ages and backgrounds enables her to tailor her approach and advice to assist each individual in achieving their desired health outcomes.

Accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD)
Accredited Nutrtionist (AN)

What is Health Coaching?

Unlike the traditional health approach of telling you what to do, Health Coaching is a collaboration between you and your Health Coach.
As the client, you select your own focus areas and your Health Coach will offer evidence-based treatment options, information, guidance and a framework to best suit your needs.

Benefits of Health Coaching

Health Coaching comes with a multitude of benefits. Some of these include:

  • Increased confidence in your ability to make successful behaviour changes
  • Increased motivation to make long term changes
  • Greater knowledge and skills to maintain positive changes and continue to improve health
  • Improved health and reduction in chronic disease risks

What is Involved?

  • A series of one-on-one personalised health coaching sessions
  • Programs of three, six or twelve months with support from Shivaun via face-to-face, phone and email
  • Support to help you achieve your long term health goals with a personally tailored program suited to your needs and lifestyle
  • Expert help in making small health changes that add up to big results!

Shivaun’s latest articles

Expert advice and articles for a healthy life

8 Nutrition Hacks for Better Health Now

Eating healthy often conjures thoughts of strict diets, number crunching and never ending preparation. It doesn’t have to just mean “restriction” when it comes to being healthy, as there are plenty of other ways you can increase and benefit your

Healthy comfort foods to reach for (Cleo Magazine)

How to not eat sh*t when the weather's, well, sh*t... As the days are get darker and colder (sigh), it’s getting waay easier to reach for those comfort foods. But is comfort eating so bad? CLEO spoke to Shivaun

Ready to get started?

Choose from my 3, 6 and 12 month Health Coaching programs and get started today