Kaylee Woolhether

Hi beautiful!

I’m Kaylee, a holistic nutrition & lifestyle coach who helps women dive deep into the blocks and beliefs that are holding them back, in order to rediscover their truth, purpose, and power.

Food is so much more than calories and nutrients.  Our relationship with food has a direct correlation to our relationship with life itself.

The struggle with food (and life for that matter) is not foreign to me.  I didn’t grow up on some organic farm were we grew kale and canned vegetables and made sauerkraut and played skip rope with the damn cows in the sunshine.  I grew up just like you- confused about food, only feeling “healthy” if I was dieting, and with the media, my family, friends, teachers, and peers telling me I had to look or act a certain way to be beautiful, loved and accepted.

For years, I let fear rule my life.  Deep down, I knew I was a powerful woman who had SO much to offer, but after receiving so many messages that told me I wasn’t worthy- the truth of my own power scared me shitless.  Instead, I chose to numb out. I numbed my emotions, my truth, and my power with food, alcohol, and drugs. Binge watching television and overspending to fill the void I felt weren’t far behind on that list either.

Wouldn’t it be fun if I told you that one day something revolutionary happened and I “woke up” and my life transformed instantly in that moment?? Alas, I cannot.  Sure, I may have reached my own version of “rock bottom,” which told me loud and clear I needed a change... But this journey back to myself, back to my truth and power, back to the lifestyle I’ve always deserved to live- has been a steady, ongoing process with plenty of bends in the road.  Through my studies at the Institute of Holistic Nutrition, and my studies in reiki energy healing and the intuitive art of tarot, I learned a holistic approach to healing; that is, treating the mind, body, and spirit to heal the whole self.  But the greatest insights have been found on my meditation cushion, and in lively discussions with my soul sisters and my own mentors and coaches.

And now I’m here to coach you in your own journey.  Through mindfulness and staying in the present moment, you’ll learn how to ditch all those “distractions” that have kept you small, sad, and unconscious: binge eating, overeating, emotional eating, too many glasses of wine, excessive television, online shopping, overworking, focusing on “helping” everyone else.  Don’t get me wrong, I truly believe there is a time and place for many of these things to be enjoyed. However, when used as an “escape”- for the purpose of distraction from reality, for tuning out- they can become destructive, and pull us away from living our fullest, most brilliant life.

Those crutches aren’t serving you anymore love, and you can feel it.  What you’ll find, is that when you stop using distractions to shut down- you’ll actually feel more alive.

It’s time, gorgeous.  Time to stop numbing out.  Time to take back your power.  Time to get in touch with your body.  Time to treat yourself like the GEM you truly are.

Let’s walk this journey together.

I’ve got you.  When you (inevitably) stumble, I promise to catch you.

We’ll smile at each other, choose compassion and come back to love, thank the universe for the learning experience, and get back up.

However you choose to work with me- for reiki energy healing, for intuitive tarot reading, or for wellness coaching- know that you’ve been guided here because something inside you has been *sparked*.  Your soul- your truth- knows there is more to life. More purpose, more joy, more peace... And you are oh so ready to begin this journey back to yourself darling! It’s time.

Let's Connect!

Question for you darlings! ✨

Yesterday I had a good conversation about daily practices. Morning meditation, exercise, gratitude, card reading, journalling, or *whatever* you do to get yourself grounded and set up for the day! (Maybe it’s an evening practice?) We commit to a daily practice because we know it makes us feel good, and we know it puts us in touch with our self and our truth. ◇
The question is this- if you are having a busy few days- where you have a ton going on, feel overwhelmed, overtired, and in need of extra rest- do you allow yourself to skip your morning practice so you can rest longer? 🤔 ◇
I truly believe that when we are in tune with our bodies, they will tell us what they need. However, our mind can be tricky- and our ego side likes to talk us out of doing things that push us outside our comfort zone (which can be as literal as our bed!), even though these things are great for us.
Where do you find the line or the balance between pushing yourself to do your practice (for long term gain) and just allowing yourself to rest, slow, and take down time?
I want your thoughts on this, and I don’t know the answer! I’m sure there is no one answer. ◇
In my experience, I’ve found moving through my daily practice, even when I don’t “want to,” leaves me feeling far better than skipping it. Though there is certainly a line between self discipline and force. Remembering to be gentle with our bodies, and compassionate towards ourselves, when we do need that extra rest. Our bodies work so hard for us! And at the end of the day, this human form needs rest and downtime to heal and recover. ◇
I believe the answer to this debate is in coming back to our truth. Getting out of that tricky ego voice and making the decision out of love... True self discipline stems from love and respect for ourselves. Coming from a space of love, we can make a conscious choice to give our body what it really needs that day- whether that is moving through a practice or getting some extra rest. 💗 ◇
What are your thoughts?? What did your body ask for today? 🙏🏻
What if I told you that our relationship with food acts as a mirror to our relationship with life itself?
What do you believe about life; about food? That it is difficult, challenging, overwhelming? *
Comfort eating, crash dieting, and other distractions are ways of escaping life when we don’t want to notice what’s going on. *
Bringing an end to these behaviours is all about the ability to stay in the present moment. *
But that means being present for the good, the great, AND the low parts. The shitty “I don’t want to feel this” parts of the day. So how do we get through the shadow times? *
We stay. Here. Now. In the moment. And we become curious about who we actually are (in this moment!). We allow ourselves to feel. We quiet the voice that tells us we aren’t strong enough to feel a particular emotion (hint- that voice is lying to you). We get help from our friends. We connect with people (I’m here for ya babe!). Then we begin to question our old beliefs. We build on new, positive beliefs. And we start to notice, that at the end of those shitty days, we are still here, we are still surviving. And over time- we notice that when we don’t use food or distractions to shut down- we allow ourselves to feel more ALIVE. *
I promise you- as you fall in love with this life, this moment, and this incredible force (YOU!) that animates your body,
food becomes a way to sustain that force.
And any way of eating that keeps you depressed or tuned out or uncomfortable will completely lose its appeal. 💗
Regina, Saskatchewan
Truth bomb coming at you today-
Sometimes I seriously undervalue Saskatchewan and all the goodness we have here in Regina & area. 🙈 I think we are all guilty of this on occasion- thinking somewhere else is better, more fun, more exciting, has more to do, etc... Because my heart feels so happy and truly at home in BC (Vancouver Island specifically), I can definitely take our amazing province for granted sometimes. 😔
This past week I had a friend in town and I chose to take a little “staycation”... I became a tourist in my own town. You guys- I had a friggen BLAST! So. Much. Fun.
We shopped local goodies at the @reginafarmersmarket and the Night Market, we swam in the lake at Lumsden Beach, we hiked the hills in Little Arm & Kinookimaw area, we explored the legislature & Wascana Park (and I read the historical signs for the first time... who knew?? 😅), we kayaked on the lake, we shopped the Cathedral Village, we hiked through Wascana Trails (oh my goddess I am in LOVE with this area), we went to the @royalsaskmuseum (SRSLY- learned so much!), we did a plant walk with @ediblelandscapesregina (learned about all the local plants we can respectfully harvest!), oh and we enjoyed amazing food & drinks at local restaurants (@willowonwascana , @13thavecoffeehouse , @avenue_regina , @sproutcatering , @thirty3coffee , @maltynational ). I am honestly SO full of pride for Regina right now. I am incredibly grateful to have grown up and to live in a community full of so much kindness, goodness, and incredibly friendly people. This province has so much to offer and it continues to surprise me. The soul sisters and brothers I have met here in Regina make all the difference- and I am truly blessed to walk this journey with each of you. 🙏🏻 And thank you to my wonderful friend and soul traveller @lindenmikus for helping me get a fresh perspective!
What is your favorite thing to do in Regina (and area)?? Let’s explore together babes! (Oh and I was super careful walking through the crop for this picture, I promise! 😉)

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