Interview: Kimber Domke - Behavioral Graduation Into Wellness

Posted on Friday, May 8, 2020
I speak with Kimber Domke, a nutrition and fitness coach with clients in New York City and worldwide, on her diagnosis on why many people eat poorly, and her behavioral and gradual approach in helping them improve and reach their health goals. She explains her conception of will-power, and how that need not necessarily be the determining issue in health outcomes. Learn more about her work at kimberdomke.com. We close with a short, spontaneous guided meditation.

Show Notes

I speak with Kimber Domke, a nutrition and fitness coach with clients in New York City and worldwide, on her diagnosis on why many people eat poorly, and her behavioral and gradual approach in helping them improve and reach their health goals. She explains her conception of will-power, and how that need not necessarily be the determining issue in health outcomes. Learn more about her work at kimberdomke.com.

We close with a short, spontaneous guided meditation.

Guests

Kimber Domke

Kimber Domke

Kimber Domke is a nutrition and fitness coach with certifications in nutrition, pilates, and other modalities. Based out of New York, NY, she has clients world-wide. She holds degrees in Economics and Chemical Engineering from the Wharton School and the University of Pennsylvania respectively.

Hosts

Deepak Subburam

Deepak Subburam

Deepak Subburam has worked in quantitative finance and done research in machine-learning. He currently photographs the streets for their beauty, and reads philosophy. He holds degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University. Deepak lives in New York, NY.