Liz Schau is a Certified Holistic Health Coach and Intuitive Healer who put her Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis into remission with functional nutrition and energy work.
Liz is a graduate of the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in Education and Writing. She holds a Holistic Health Coaching certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and is a member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.
Liz is the former Wellness Coach for the renowned NYTimes bestselling author Amy Myers, M.D. and was trained by Dr. Myers in functional medicine approaches to autoimmune and thyroid diseases. She is also the former Nutritional Health Coach for the U.S. health food chain Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage.
From a young age, Liz has been able to read people and situations to “get to the root of it”. For the last 7 years, she has been putting these skills to use coaching women with chronic health conditions and mind-body challenges discover their best health and unleash their personal power.
Specifically, Liz is a body and soul reader and can “read” a person’s core wounds, life lessons, and chakra imbalances — that which is holding them back in a stressed, sickened state, and that which they are ultimately here to do. She is often able to see what is wrong with a person’s physical health and mental state without much background detail. Liz prefers to pair her spiritual gifts with “hard science” (legitimate medical information and research) to create a balanced approach.
After suffering a lifetime of abuse herself, Liz easily recognizes the challenges that highly sensitive or empathic people are presented with and what we must do in order to stop the cycles that keep us sick and held back from our life’s purpose and greatest potential. She has helped many women with thyroid and autoimmune diseases not only improve their health but find remission.
Liz is also a mom and feels passionate about raising healthy babies, home birth and other female-centered birthing options, breastfeeding, and nourishing children with traditional foods. She is the chapter leader of the San Antonio Weston A. Price Foundation, which promotes old-world style dietary practices that have been forgotten in our modern culture.