Align Health Coaching

Align Health Coaching

UPDATED: October 15, 2020

I help support parents of special needs children with their health. As parents, we get so focused on our beautiful kids that we lose sight of our own health. You are empowered and supported through health coaching. I work with nutrition, meditation, and lifestyle goals. I work in person, with Zoom, or via phone calls. My passion for wellness developed over my lifetime. Two forces fuel my drive. My daughter is high functioning Asperger’s. We discovered that she thrives on a very specific diet. We have taken a deep dive into the world of special needs nutrition and lifestyle. The second is my own journey. I was a kid that grew up drinking Diet Pepsi and eating pop tarts. I suffered from horrible digestion and sleep issues and sought doctors’ advice. None of their solutions worked. I started experimenting with a variety of diets until I settled on one that works with my bio-individual needs. My issues are resolved. Today, I get to live my passion project and help people discover their best selves. With a mission to help people live their lives to the fullest and to support them with guidance to live a happier, healthier life.

  • Languages:
  • English
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Align Health Coaching
1603 Clifton Terr NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
United States






Gail Turner-Cooper

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