Meet Dan & Lindsay T.
Dan first came to Living Well Balanced like a lot of our practice members do — he was referred by co-workers.
When asked what they said that drove him to make an appointment, Dan replied,
“Our business is very competitive and high stress — long hours, tight deadlines, dealing with clients at a high level, and lots of travel.
People talked about how Living Well Balanced helped them to decompress.
That’s true, but what I found when I came here was, it’s a way to change my mindset and internalize new behaviors that I could then carry into my daily life.”
“I already ate pretty healthy, but Dr. Janet and Kelsey gave me practical tips and tools about eating that turned out to be the biggest and most helpful thing here.
Just the protein shakes alone have been a game changer for me.
The value proposition at Living Well Balanced is (yes, Dan talks like that — he’s a consultant!)
having everything under one roof — eating right, stretching, chiropractic, working out, yoga — all as part of taking care of yourself and being mindful.”
“You put all that together with a wealth of institutional knowledge,
cemented by positive reinforcement over and over again that creates incremental change in your life.
Everyone tries to be somewhat healthy, work out once in a while, and eat right.
This is the place where you can take all that to the next level and make real changes that stick in your life.”
Lindsay, Dan’s wife, followed Dan through our doors about 6 months later.
“He wouldn’t shut up about it! I started feeling a little bit left out — he’d rave about how good he felt, and I want to feel that too.
I was already working out, but I wasn’t doing anything like adjustments, stretching, or massage, which have made me feel better in my body.”
“Massage has been huge for me — Diego is amazing; I’ve learned so many weird random things from him.
Coming here is personal and informal — like a family.
You guys want to know us people and about other parts of our lives.
If this felt like a doctor’s office, it wouldn’t be as inviting and I wouldn’t want to come every week.
I leave feeling like a new person — relaxed, good, healthy, and positive.”
As Dan says, “This isn’t the place to be going through the motions — you get out of it what you put into it.”