Ep 4: Master Your Wellness: The Importance Of Nutrition, Hydration, Movement And Mindset | Gill Whelan
In this episode Gill Whelan talks about her 4-pillar system which is designed to support and balance physical, mental, and emotional wellness. Gill takes us deep into this 4-pillar system and explains the vital role of each pillar and how they are key to every aspect of our overall wellness. We also talk about energy management, the importance of celebrating, redefining failure and much more.
Who is Gill Whelan?
Gill Whelan is the founder and owner of Whelan Wellness Inc., and creator of the Whelan Wellness Virtual Bootcamp program. She works with clients globally to improve their wellness and break the diet cycle, so they can live healthier, happier lives. She also hosts the podcast titled “For the Well of it”, serving up powerful doses of everyday inspiration.
Gill is on a mission to shift the way we look at wellness, in order to rebuild relationships with food and fitness and help us learn to love our present selves – inside and out. Based on her journey to overcoming her own experiences with restrictive dieting and body image issues, she developed a 4-pillar system that is helping thousands of others globally accomplish the same.
Gill has studied under experts in fitness, health, nutrition, mindset, and overall wellness all over the world. Based on this knowledge, she has spent 11 years as a coach in the fitness industry and 25 years gaining more general coaching experience. Gill holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Memorial University in St. John’s, NL.
As a trailblazer in the world of both online connection and holistic wellness, Gill has been recognized by VOCM, CBC, Rogers TV, CTV news, NTV News, Atlantic Business Magazine. Recently Whelan Wellness won the top platinum level awards in St. John’s Community Votes in all categories: Nutrition & Weight Loss, Fitness Centres & Gyms, and Personal Trainer. Gill was also recently awarded an Entrepreneur of the Year award through NLOWE, in the category of Momentum.
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