The Japanese word “Kaizen implies an approach to creating continuous improvement based on the idea that small, ongoing positive changes can reap major improvements.
A path to happiness and joy – taking the small steps leading to big changes. The barriers to change in our lives often feel too large to overcome. We try to overcome our habits and self-doubt in one big effort but when we fail, we only become discouraged.
The path to real change usually occurs in small steps, in an ebb and flow process and with encouragement from others. Kaizen Living is about taking small steps towards a healthy and happy lifestyle. It is about discovering and learning about advances in health sciences. It is about encouraging one another to follow our own individual paths – picking each other up when we stumble and cheering one another as we progress.
The Kaizen Living module meets monthly on the first Tuesday of the month at 7:30 PM (beginning August 6, 2019) and is facilitated by Nan Kitaura. Come join us as we seek our own path towards happiness and joy.
Nan Kitaura is an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and has been studying nutrition since 2004 after her dad died from complications of diabetes. Since then Nan has had a passion to help other adults find their balance and energy to live an optimal, Rx free, vital life by taking on the idea of Kaizen (creating ongoing positive improvements) for better health. "It's all about progress not perfection.”
With a background in health care, Nan has also received training from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, where she received additional in-depth training in nutrition, health and wellness, and coaching skills. Nan has a passion to inform others on improving their health by leading workshops on nutrition and offering individual health and nutrition coaching to adults and their families.