I am Pam Bailey, the Feel Good Facilitator. With a unique combination of skills and tools I can help you identify what you really want in your life to make you feel good every day. My work embraces all aspects of health including:
the importancce of self care,
how chronic stress affects health & strategies to stay healthy,
how to let go of what's holding you back,
how to practice mindfulness & meditation,
why putting yourself first is not a selfish act,
chronic dieting, overeating & binge eating,
listening to the magical messages your body gives you,
the concepts of conscious, mindful, intuitive eating,
basic nutrition education that's simple to follow
My approach is down to earth yet I will guide you in a gentle & supportive way. My goal and my passion is to help you see how truly amazing you are, giving you the freedom and confidence to pursue your wildest dreams, making every day a FEEL GOOD DAY!
I was born in the UK, married at 21, had a daughter at 23 and migrated to Perth, Western Australia at 25. Looking back, that’s a lot of big changes in short period of time and it probably caused me a lot of stress but I didn’t realise it at the time. I pride myself on being a ‘coper’ in stressful times,
I never fell apart. More about that later. Life was pretty busy with a young child, a shift worker husband and a full time job but I ‘coped’.
Body Image Movement Global Ambassador
Essential Oils Wellness Advocate
- Certified Conscious Eating Coach
- Beautiful You Life Coach
- Certified Louise Hay 'Heal Your Life' Workshop Leader
- Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional Medicine)
I was fairly healthy despite a less than healthy diet and virtually no structured exercise. Occasionally I would try to lose some weight but I was never a serious dieter. In reality I was only a few kilos overweight but like most people I was never really happy with my body. Gradually over the years I gained a little more and a little more but I remained healthy.
I had always been interested in Nutrition and I started to study part time while still working. It wasn’t easy balancing study with a full time career – but as usual ‘I coped’. I had a bit of a wobble when three very close family members passed away within 5 years – but again ‘I coped’. By this time I weighed 100kgs. This proved to be my turning point. Click here to find out what happened next.