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Jasmine

Wayth

Sports and fitness, in particular, CrossFit and dancing, have been a huge part of Jasmine’s life for as long as she can remember. However, it wasn’t until she realised the degree to which food could affect her mood, sleep, energy levels, and sports performance that her passion for nutrition arose. After finishing school Jasmine went onto complete a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics and worked as a clinical Dietitian within the Queensland Health Hospital System. Jasmine’s love for both fitness and nutrition lead to her continuing her studies to become a Sports Dietitian. She has experience working with athletes involved in endurance, power sports (powerlifting and olympic lifting), and physique/ body composition manipulation sports, from amateurs up to national level competitors. Jasmine’s strong values and beliefs for holistic health, balanced nutrition and living a healthy and sustainable lifestyle stem from her own past negative relationship with food. From this, she is able to provide a unique understanding and realistic approach to her nutrition coaching. Jasmines coaching style encompasses the individuals’ physical health and wellbeing, sports performance, and recovery along with the individuals’ mental health and relationship with food to ensure a holistic approach is applied.