Want to live healthy on your own terms?
I’m Christine Egan and I love my breasts. I’ve had the same breasts since I was 15 and they’ve fed three beautiful children.
When my doctor told me I had breast cancer, my jaw hit the floor.
How could someone so health-conscious (I was a health coach!) get cancer?
I was drinking green smoothies, doing yoga, meditating, laughing, and loving life, and I still got cancer.
Guess what? Cancer ended up being my greatest blessing, because it taught me that no matter your circumstances, you can be vibrantly healthy.
Having cancer led me to seek pleasure and satisfaction in every moment, and it turned out to be one of the happiest times of my life.
Each day I would ask myself, “How can you make every activity more pleasurable?”
I began caring for my body on a deeper level, became even closer with my kids, and reached a whole new level in my relationship with my husband.
I gained the clarity to say no to things that didn’t matter and yes to things that brought me pleasure.
As I shared my story with women across the globe, I realized there was so much more to being healthy than green smoothies.
I learned we all have similar challenges, regardless of whether or not you have cancer or some other illness.
That’s why I created Redefining Healthy, my free online event where me and other experts teach delightful and unexpected ways to integrate bite-size healthy habits into your life, so you can start feeling healthier and happier.
Sound like something you would love? You can sign up here.
Through my education and intuition, I reached a higher level of health than ever while undergoing cancer treatment. I said yes to some treatments and no to others.
I took exquisite care of myself by resting, eating superfoods, and watching comedies on Netflix with my husband and kids.
Speaking of my children, they helped me stay positive through cancer treatment and that love spilled over to other patients.
My three kids helped me come up with 30 different quotes that turned into post-its that I left in the treatment room for other patients.
Through books and talks, I now teach women how to redefine healthy for themselves by shedding their “shoulds” and finding health in the least expected and most delightful ways.
I guide women just like you to feel healthy and happy in their bodies now, not after they lose 15 pounds, land their dream job, or find the “perfect” husband.
Here’s the truth: You can drink all the green juice in the world and it won’t help you get healthy if you’re stressed, frantic and constantly entertaining negative mental chatter – what I call stinkin’ thinkin’.
Lots of people will tell you broccoli is great for you, but have you ever really checked in with yourself after eating it? How does it make you feel?
And when’s the last time you hit the pause button during your busy day to nourish yourself through something as simple as deep breathing?
Cancer was my wake up call to start creating my own version of healthy, but you don’t have to wait for a scary diagnosis to start taking your own health seriously.
This might sound a little morbid, but everyone has cancer cells in their body and no one is immune.
By integrating practical health and lifestyle tools and understanding that no two bodies are alike, you can quickly start feeling your best and forget the confusing noise of the overcrowded health industry.
Start taking incredible care of yourself today and you’ll live your happiest, healthiest life ever.
Are you ready to redefine healthy on your own terms?