My name is Belinda Motaze and I am passionate about children’s health. While chronic conditions are becoming more commonplace, it is important now more than ever to know how to keep our children healthy and also address an ongoing health concerns that your children may face while helping to implement changes that can put them on a track towards lifetime wellness.
OVER THE YEARS, I HAVE NOTICED THAT...
After working with parents and children for so long, it is clear that the benefits of adopting healthful practices in childhood are not understood. It is easy to see why so many feel overwhelmed about this topic because there’s nothing more important in the world than our children. They are the future, and until they are mature enough to make informed choices for themselves,
I began the path of holistic wellness as a childbirth educator because I have always wanted to address the inequalities that exist within our healthcare system.
I wanted to help underserved populations have access to services and information that they wouldn’t otherwise be able to. Helping expectant mothers to feel empowered in knowing they could deliver healthy babies was something that was crucial to me.
I knew I needed to shift my focus when parents started coming to me in despair that their children were exhibiting symptoms consistent with chronic conditions.
There were so many children who needed help and so many parents who were frustrated and confused on how to find answers to help their children be healthy.
It is the responsibility of the parents to make decisions that will positively impact their health today, tomorrow, and throughout their lives.
MY MISSION IN LIFE
“I want nothing more than to help guide parents and get their children back to a place of health because I know firsthand, the best choice you can make as a parent is to commit to making healthy choices every day.”
MY CERTIFICATIONS & TRAINING
I am certified as a holistic health coach by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP) as well as certified by Epidemic Answers (EA), which allow me focus my continuing education and experience on the health of children, who have such intricately different developmental needs and experiences than adults do.
Often, people believe that youth gives health unequivocally. Developing healthy routines at a young age sets you on a successful track for habits that will benefit you for the duration of your life.