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Shilpa Shah

Integrative Health Coach

When we uncover your trauma, lab test for physiological huddles, & learn through coaching you have real choices, you transform your life!

Hayward, CA
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5.0 of 5 (1)
My weight has always fluctuated. When I gain weight I’d go on a crash diet, which would leave me tired and cranky, and the weight always came right back. I had hair loss in my early 20s, and knew something wasn’t right. I was focused on my weight, and didn’t realize I had a host of problems that my weight was only one symptom of. I was able to address my gut health issues, chronic anxiety, depression and uncovered trauma that I thought I got over, but just buried away. I’m so grateful to have found out about health coaching, and full body wellness. This was a small price to pay for life long results!

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Hayward
703 Sandoval Way, Hayward CA 94544, United States
Mon: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Tue: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Wed: 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Thu: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Fri: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM

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About me

As a Integrative Health Coach, I strive to determine the root cause of a client's ailment or disease, diving into their biochemistry and history allows us to see what's making them ill. Functional medicine is highly personalized and includes a detailed analysis of an individual’s mental, emotional, lifestyle, physical, and gut health.

As your health coach, I work closely with your Primary Care Physician. I customize your health plan based on science and your specific physiology using lab testing, not eliminating / guessing. You will be taught real tangible ways to make changes in your life that will get you living the best life you can!

My Philosophy of Care

In my early 20's I had symptoms of Auto Immune Disease. Through pain, testing, and no improvement I finally tried an alternate route. Holistic Healing. I also realized the ideals I've been taught and expected of myself were causing physical symptoms that were debilitating. After doing my research I landed in a health certification program, I put it to the test.

I went from surviving to thriving!
Growing up I was told I was an "old soul." I think back now, it was more of a thirst for understanding this world we live in. My goal as a child was to learn, research and understand human behavior. I learned so much through the walks of life and through wonderful programs.
I realized I had an internal calling to help others actually LIVE a life they want.

What You Can Expect On Your First Visit

Anxious, intimidated, feeling defeated in life. But within the first visit, there are real tangible things my clients take home with them that keep them feeling motivated and empowered!

My Inspiration

I really wish these life skills were taught as a part of schooling, or through our communities. But the reality is, it's not. Not knowing proper skills on how to organize, prioritize, filter leaves us feeling overwhelmed and over worked. That's where I come in to help teach you, there are more ways to live your life then just this one way you're comfortable with.

The other advantages of working with a Health Coach that's studied with the Academy of Integrated Medicine -
We use Western Practices in conjunction with Easter Medicine.
We do our own testing, and can give real measurable results.
We learn the process that works best with your General Practitioner, not against them, giving you the best medical care possible.
We advocate for your health by listening to you, empathize with you, and give you actionable steps to make the changes you need that's either suggested by your Doctor, or changes you need in your environment and relationships.


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Shilpa Shah Answers
Meditation is an amazing tool to recenter yourself and put stress into perspective. I do believe there are situations, for those that have severe depression, anxiety, negative self image, and suicidal thoughts, where meditation can be a harmful place to enter Alone. If you suspect that meditation may be difficult for you, it may be best to start with therapy to help with any overwhelming emotions, as well as Group Meditation if it's right for you. Surrounding yourself by other's positive energy may create a safe place for some people while entering the space of meditation.
Shilpa Shah Answers
This is a powerful question that helps to give it some background: From childhood, we’re programmed with the expectations of parents and role models. These expectations give us something to look up to, something to aim towards. But they also blind us to our own true path. For example, parents often encourage a path of safety. They push kids towards a degree and a lucrative career. For some people, this road leads to success and satisfaction. For others, it’s a narrow path that leads to frustration. Of course, parents just want what’s best for their kids. And it’s hard to let down the people who care about us...that’s how expectations lead us in the wrong direction, going to great lengths trying to fit someone else’s version of success. Eventually, this leads to seeking validation and comparing yourself to others, which in-turn leaves us feeling low, confused, even angry and frustrated. It leaves us feeling defeated, unsatisfied and ultimately... unhappy. So HOW does one FULLY step into the path of their true life purpose? We tend to talk about purpose as though each soul has a singular, eternal, reason for being here. This can actually cause more stress in truly understanding yourself as it almost feels like "finding a needle in a haystack." Consider a different approach — one in which you don’t have to chase after a mysterious unknown. Instead, think of finding purpose like an archaeological dig. It’s an expedition to uncover parts of yourself that have been buried. We’re going to find out what your heart wants. We’ll start by looking for the clues that you already have in your own mind. Then we’re going to take small steps to build a life that aligns with those secret desires. To learn how to believe in yourself, so that you can have the courage to embrace your aspirations and make them real. That’s how you find enough excitement and purpose to last a lifetime....
Shilpa Shah Answers
Hi Ticked Off, I am SO sorry to hear of this, and I'm so sorry you were doubted for your REAL symptoms! Look up "Wim Hoff Breathing Method," do some research on him and his teaching. There are some videos he has teaching you how to breath for maximum efficiency and aid illnesses by doing so. See if we can up your air intake that way, starting 1 time a day, working up to 2-3 times a day to prevent these seizures. The antibiotics could definitely cause some herxing, but Lyme is also known to cause involuntary spasms. Unfortunately. only time will answer that question. You could definitely help heal your body in many ways and relieve the symptoms your experiencing. Babesia Treatment in Lyme Disease In my experience, recovering from babesia, one of the Lyme disease co-infections, requires + combination herbal or prescription antibiotics and antimalarials, + steps to boost the immune system, and + supplements to decrease inflammation caused by chemicals called cytokines. Boost the Immune System to Cure Babesia It is critical for babesia recovery to take steps that boost the immune system. Boost the immune system following the first 10 steps in The Ross Lyme Support Protocol. These steps + correct sleep, + decrease inflammation cytokines, (taught through lifestyle, diet, exercise) + help the immune system adapt to stress, (this is taught) + correct hormone imbalances, (I can test for this, protocols are suggested) + provide essential micronutrients, and + remove yeast overgrowth in the intestines if present. (Protocols) Talk to your Primary Care Physician about Antimalarials to to cure Babesia. Babesia is a blood parasite like the parasite that causes malaria. To treat it, use combinations of antimicrobials that are also used to treat malaria. Generally treatments require four to five months. This length of time is required due to immunosuppression caused by Lyme. To cure babesia requires treating at least one month longer than the average length of time a red blood cell lives after it is made by the bone marrow in the center of bones. A red blood cell lives for around three months. In general, if a treatment is working, the symptoms of babesia should start to improve in 1 to 2 months. If they do not start to improve, then change to a different regimen. It Could Be Bartonella or Babesia. Feel free to email or call me.

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5.0 of 5 (1)
My weight has always fluctuated. When I gain weight I’d go on a crash diet, which would leave me tired and cranky, and the weight always came right back. I had hair loss in my early 20s, and knew something wasn’t right. I was focused on my weight, and didn’t realize I had a host of problems that my weight was only one symptom of. I was able to address my gut health issues, chronic anxiety, depression and uncovered trauma that I thought I got over, but just buried away. I’m so grateful to have found out about health coaching, and full body wellness. This was a small price to pay for life long results!





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