More about Nina
Nina graduated from Medical school in Moscow, Russia where she worked as a pediatrician for 10 years. After moving to the United States, Nina worked for 17 years
in a Sleep Medicine Center and later shifted her career
to nutrition and wellness coaching.
Nina's firm belief is that the human body has an amazing ability to heal itself based on her personal and professional experience.
In 2011 Nina received a Certificate in Health Coaching from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York.
In the last 5 years she has involved in an intensive course of Functional Medicine for professional health coaches.
Using the Functional Medicine approach she was able to help her clients reverse their health condition not by “patching symptoms” but by understanding the root cause of them and healing from the inside out.
Words From Nina
I’ve learned professional ethics from my Great-grandfather, the Old-Time-Physician who used to say: “if the patient did not feel better after talking to the Doctor the patient did not feel better – the doctor is not good”
I’ve learned to cook from scratch from my Grandmother at the age of 4 who used to say: “If you have good quality ingredients your dish will come out good”
I’ve learned to be intuitive and connect with people due to my Mother being a violin professor.
I’ve also learned to laugh and appreciate a really good joke due to my Father being young, energetic and a full time worker 85 years of age.
Using Skype as “my office” I was able to support my clients all over the US and even abroad.