Connie & Bill DeKramer
Connie has an extensive background in business. Having opened and managed a chain of weight loss salons in the US and Australia in the 1970s and '80s.
After retiring from that career, she received her Master's degree in Vedic Studies, focusing on Ayurveda (East Indian healing foods) from MIU. She graduated from Dr.Amy Johnson's Change Coach Academy in 2019.
She loves working with women, helping them see their innate self-worth while coaching them around restoring health and losing weight naturally with WFPB.
In her spare time, she plays classical piano, takes long walks, and loves jigsaw puzzles and a good murder mystery series.
Bill has a varied background from being a TM teacher in the 1970s, a business owner in the '80s, and then, after meeting Connie, helping people restore their health with a high nutrient-dense WFPB diet.
His passion is helping people awaken to their true nature, often through their relationship with food.
He studied as a pre-med student at Stanford University and is a certified Organic Master Gardener. He graduated from Dr.Amy Johnson's Change Coach Academy in 2019.
When he isn't coaching and teaching, he is making furniture and staying fit.
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Changeable Podcast with Dr. Amy Johnson
Dr. Amy Johnson, creator of The Little School of Big Change, interviews Connie and Bill around the impact their personal coaching has had on their programs to help people get healthy, lose weight and connect more deeply with who they really are.
Insightful Conversations with Del Aday-Jones
This is an interview with Del Aday-Jones exploring how the understanding Connie and Bill use in their Health & Natural Weight Loss course helps people unravel the food and lifestyle habits that lead to weight gain and poor health without effort or will power.
Interview with Lori Carpenos
Lori Carpenos interviews Bill and Connie around the "missing link" that they finally uncovered to help their clients make and maintain the diet and lifestyle changes they wanted to make to improve their health and lose weight without the struggle of adhering to a rigid plan of right foods and wrong foods.