Integrative Health & Wellness Coaching

“Wellness coaches work with clients to improve their health, vitality, and well-being by engaging in behaviors that have been proven to improve health and prevent disease including weight loss, fitness, nutrition, stress coping, sleep, mind-body and positive psychological interventions.” (Institute of Coaching, Affiliate of Harvard Medical School.)

Meet Your Integrative Wellness Coach:

Anke Fronz, Anke’s Mindful Therapies, LLC

Anke Fronz has a Bachelor of Arts in Youth and Family Ministry from Midland Lutheran College in Fremont, NE.  As a youth and family minister, she cares for all people with compassion, empathy and active listening.  She approaches her work from an interfaith perspective.  Anke completed her Health and Wellness Coaching program from the Wisdom of the Whole Coaching Academy.


What is Wellness Coaching?

Everyone has areas of their well-being that can be a struggle.  For some, it is excess stress, excess weight, poor fitness, life balance, low energy, or chronic negative thinking.  If you have excess stress, it may trigger you to have trouble sleeping.  Poor life balance can trigger negative thinking.  You can easily feel overwhelmed generating excess stress and the cycle starts all over again.  You may know your area that needs improvement, set goals, but never reach them.  This is where an integrative wellness coach comes in.  She will work with your personal strengths, give you external resources, and be there to listen and support you.  You can finally meet your goals and overcome the struggle.

How can Wellness Coaching help me?

Would you like to:

  • Enjoy easy stress free days….
  • Connect with your body
  • Discover how to achieve your dreams
  • Release negative energies
  • Heal old fears that are holding you back
  • Discover your inner voice and learn to listen to it
  • Find a sense of peace and calm in your daily life

A wellness coach is there to help you get “unstuck.”  Anke will ask questions to help you see how you can overcome challenges and see what is keeping you from reaching your health and wellness goals.  You get accountability, encouragement, and unconditional support.

Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT):

Emotional Focused Therapies understands that emotions are the key to change. Emotions are our guidance system to help steer our lives. Ignoring negative emotions may cause harm. You can put a happy sticker over your empty gas gage in your car, but it doesn’t mean you will have gas to go anywhere. EFT helps people get back in touch with their emotions to help steer their life.

EFT therapy sees the client as collaborative therapy, but also realizes the client is the capable person to interpret their emotional responses.

Client’s learn how to :

  • Navigate emotions through increased awareness and acceptance.
  • Learning to transform emotions and better use the information they provide to avoid negative or harmful behaviors or other effects of certain emotions.

Mindfulness Technique:

Spending too much time worrying about the future and thinking about possible negative outcomes can be draining.  Mindfulness technique gives us tools to help bring us into the “Now” and appreciate what we are currently living.  Practicing mindfulness involves breathing methods, guided imagery, and other practices to relax the body and mind and help reduce stress.  You learn to purposefully bring your attention to the present moment without judgement.  Ester Hicks once said, “If you don’t appreciate where you are at; how do you expect to get more?”

Would you like to:

  • Improve attention
  • Decrease job burnout
  • Improve sleep

Integrative Wellness Coaching Options:

Anke realizes that everyone’s lifestyle is very different, and each person can benefit from wellness coaching in different ways.   Anke’s Mindful Therapies offers two different coaching options.  You can enjoy the sessions one-on-one in the office or via Zoom (distance) from the comfort of your home.  You can use these choices in a blended option to fit your needs.

Learn More:

Mindfulness exercises – Mayo Clinic

Emotion–Focused Therapy (goodtherapy.org)

 Reviewed by Psychology Today Staff

Emotionally Focused Therapy | Psychology Today

Why Be Mindful? – Center for Change

Breathwork Basics, Uses, and Types (healthline.com)

“Wellness encompasses a healthy body, a sound mind, and a tranquil spirit. Enjoy the journey as you strive for wellness”

Laurette Gagnon Beaulieu