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Alexandria Larsen, FMCHC

Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach

Alexandria Larsen LLC

Specializing in behavior change, I'll help you break unwanted habits and uncover your intrinsic motivation for new ones.

Columbus, OH
Virtual Sessions
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License, Credentials & Experience

Alexandria has been helping people for 2 years
Bachelors of Science
The Ohio State University College of Medicine (OSU)
Functional Medicine Coaching Academy Alumni Program
Functional Medicine Coaching Academy, Inc.
Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach
Functional Medicine Coaching Academy (FMCA)

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3 Session Introductory Package
1. Foundation Session (60-90 minutes) 2. Follow-up Session (45-60 minutes) 3. Follow-up Session (45-60 minutes) *This package gives clients the opportunity to make improvements in their area of focus and experience the accountability of a coach without committing long-term.
60 Minutes   •   $175

3 Month package (High Touch)
Month 1 - 1x Foundation Session (60-90 minutes) - 1x Follow-up Session (45-60 minutes). Month 2 - 2x Follow-up Sessions (45-60 minutes). Month 3 - 2x Follow-up Sessions (45-60 minutes). *"High touch" indicates unlimited amount of contact outside of sessions. **This package includes: Detailed summary emails post-session. 2 optional 15-20 minute calls/month on off weeks. A customized Trello board for progress management and sharing of detailed plan of action, handouts, resources, and educational content. Unlimited emailing and audio messaging (Voxer) outside of sessions.
60 Minutes   •   $1100

3 Month Package (Low Touch)
Month 1 - 1x Foundation Session (60-90 minutes) - 1x Follow-up Session (45-60 minutes). Month 2 - 2x Follow-up Sessions (45-60 minutes). Month 3 - 2x Follow-up Sessions (45-60 minutes). *"Low Touch" indicates limited amount of time provided outside of sessions. **This package includes: Detailed recap emails post-sessions. A personalized Trello Board for progress management, organization, and sharing of detailed plan of action, resources, and other pertinent information. Up to 6 emails outside of sessions during business hours (M-F 9am-7pm). Up to 12 voice chats (Voxer calls) outside of sessions during business hours (M-F 9am-7pm).
60 Minutes   •   $600

Endorsements

ACL Injuries
Acne
Abnormal Body Odor

Practice Locations & Hours


Virtual Appointments
Alexandria is based in Columbus, OH and offers virtual services to people all over the world
Mon: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tue: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wed: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thu: 8:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Fri: 9:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Sat: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Sun: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Practice Details

Works with
Individuals
Couples
Families
Group Sessions
Ages works with
Teenagers
Adults
Languages
English

Learn More About Alexandria Larsen, FMCHC

About me

I flourished in a small town called Granville as a runner and animal rescuer. When it came time to leave my familiar bubble, I went 30 minutes West to The Ohio State University where I majored in Zoology, on the Pre-Veterinary Medicine track. It wasn’t long before I noticed how “whacky” the allopathic or conventional medical system can be…I sought a new approach, one that didn’t just hide symptoms.

In 2017, after battling with every one of my doctors, who were telling me my symptoms were genetic and irreversible, I tried a holistic and natural approach to my health and wellbeing. I could hardly believe what an empowering and remarkable transformation I had undergone from adopting this new perspective. Natural/Functional/Systems Medicine is an effective way to heal, but most doctors don't practice it yet...🤞

Come 2019, I felt so inspired by the changes I made and results I obtained, that I wanted to help others who were being told "there's nothing you can do.”

Now, as an FMCHC, I am on a mission to educate and support others in a transformation to their ideal selves and to manifest the vision that currently lies in the mind’s eye! My focus is on hormonal imbalances (like PCOS), gut dysfunction, nutrition, functional movement, and mindset.

I find joy in gardening, reading, fermenting, cooking, everything outdoors, running, yoga, smiling, sipping tea, crafting, bonding with my pets, and connecting with people heart to heart.

My Philosophy of Care

I look at each client as a whole, and unique individual with full creative potential. I encourage people to believe in the power of the mind and I am convinced that finding balance among the five pillars of health (nutrition, hydration, movement, sleep, and relationships) is a key to well-being.

What You Can Expect On Your First Visit

A free 30-min "Meet & Greet" where we get to know one another, and explore what each of us will bring to the coach-client relationship. I might ask about current and future goals, motivation for change, desires, struggles, and past successes. If there is a mutual interest in moving forward we will schedule a "Foundation Session," a 60-90 min session where we dig into the meat of what you want, what is preventing you from getting it, what tools and resources are available, and how I can help!


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Alexandria Larsen, FMCHC Answers
If you are following the Institute for Functional Medicine's (IFM) Elimination Diet protocol you will want to eliminate all of the following for a minimum of 21 days, - Dairy, Eggs, Gluten, Peanuts, Pork, Beef, Corn, Shellfish, Soy, Processed Sugars, Alcohol, Coffee, and Chocolate. After 21-days you begin the reintroduction phase. Slowly reintroducing the foods back into your diet, one at a time, while tracking any symptoms. This enhances your awareness to foods that have an inflammatory effect on your unique body :)
Alexandria Larsen, FMCHC Answers
What a great question and the simple answer is YES! One effective approach is the Elimination Diet. This is a 30-day commitment to eliminating inflammatory foods followed by a reintroduction of those foods, one at a time, while tracking any reactions. This diet not only decreases inflammation, it also gives the body a chance to heal and enhances your awareness to foods that have an inflammatory effect on your unique body :) Through diet you can alleviate inflammation FIRST by eliminating certain foods from your diet. Foods like dairy, gluten, corn, soy, alcohol, pork, and sugar are commonly known to cause inflammatory symptoms. And SECOND, adding anti-inflammatory foods can also help alleviate leaky gut. Some examples are berries, fatty fish, broccoli, cinnamon, turmeric, ginger, and green tea.
Alexandria Larsen, FMCHC Answers
What a great question and the simple answer is YES! Modifications to your diet may directly reduce inflammation, which may reverse the effects of a leaky gut. When you eliminate foods that cause inflammation you may decrease your unwanted symptoms as well as increase your body's ability to heal, especially the gut! You can alleviate inflammation FIRST by eliminating certain foods from your diet. Foods like dairy, gluten, corn, soy, alcohol, pork, and sugar are commonly known to cause inflammatory symptoms. And SECOND, adding anti-inflammatory foods can also help alleviate leaky gut. Some examples are berries, fatty fish, broccoli, cinnamon, turmeric, ginger, and green tea. One effective approach is the Elimination Diet. This is a 30-day commitment to eliminating inflammatory foods followed by a reintroduction of those foods, one at a time, while tracking any reactions. This diet not only decreases inflammation, it also gives the gut a chance to heal and enhances your awareness to foods that have an inflammatory effect on your unique body :)





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