Jonathan Ley is a pioneer and expert in the field of performance coaching and Lifestyle health care. He is trained as a Chartered Herbalist, teacher, Certified Detoxification Specialist, and Life Coach and has consulted with some of the leading performance coaches and naturopathic doctors in North America.
He works extensively with people on achieving their life goals as he found that a big part to having lasting good health has a lot to do with having a strong sense of purpose and fulfillment which comes from pursuing one’s dreams and ambitions as well as having all aspects of life working well – i.e. financial, relationships, career, spiritual and personal growth (and not just treating symptoms of the medical problem).
He has helped thousands of people all over North America with everything from small aches and pains, high blood pressure, weight loss, reducing elevated cholesterol levels, arthritis, hair loss, chronic fatigue, autism, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, asthma, Parkinson’s disease, fibromyalgia, eczema, psoriasis, vitiligo, Irritable Bowels Syndrome (IBS), leaky gut, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, leukaemia, multiple myeloma, cancer and more.
With his health clients, part of the process is designed to help them become aware of the critical “blindspots” about how the body works that both the allopathic and alternative medical models very rarely, if ever address. These blindspots clearly illuminate much more of the mystery behind how inflammation occurs in our body, as well as point to a simple and common sense approach how to reverse the degeneration process in the body. For someone to gain this awareness often makes a big difference whether or not someone can recover from many ailments. You can learn more about this piece of awareness in the education section.
Jonathan is based out of the New Westminster, Canada and regular presenter to a variety of groups in Western Canada.
In his spare time, he enjoys getting out in nature, hiking, skiing, gardening, playing guitar and developing new programs for people.