THE WELL Q&A: Pilin Anice
Our Health Coach and Mindful Movement instructor shares insights on living a healthy, balanced life.
As a holistic health coach, yoga, dance and meditation instructor, Pilin is passionate about helping others connect to their higher self through food and movement. She has supported clients in meeting their health and wellness goals for over 10 years and is a true believer in using real, whole food as both fuel and medicine.
Pilin is an alumna of Howard University and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, has studied at The Ailey School and is a Kripalu-trained yoga instructor. She lives in Connecticut with her husband and two children, and is currently completing her very first cookbook! She has appeared on Good Morning America, The Today Show, BET/CentricTV and YogaXpress.
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"Let the beauty we love be what we do." — Rumi
I don’t pack a snack, I pack a meal! Usually, a hummus wrap or burrito with avocado. (Find a few of our Health Coaches' easy go-to meals here.)
Anyone I follow.
Tongue scraper and my oils.
Take a hot bath with epsom salt and essential oils. (Shop our sustainably sourced essential oil collection here.)
Music and dancing.
Nutritional yeast and coconut aminos
I don’t drink coffee, but I love herbal tea, straight! My faves are nettle, red raspberry, and CCF (coriander, cumin and fennel seeds).
I have a water bottle that I refill six to eight times a day.
Almond milk, banana, peanut butter and chocolate protein.
Time in nature.
Dance and yoga.
Take a shot of ginger and vitamin C, drink a garlic tonic and then go to bed!
My son, who loves to play and act silly