Hannah Price, Breathwork Healer + Client Experience Manager

Hannah Price, Breathwork Healer + Client Experience Manager

 

About Hannah Price - Therapists, Psychologists, and Counselors in San Francisco

Hannah Price
Client Experience + Brand Manager

SERVICES

New Client Inquiry Calls
Private and Group Breathwork Sessions
Nutrition Workshops
Corporate Wellness Partnership Development

location

San Francisco Office
Phone + Virtual

Specializations

  • Holistic Wellness
  • Breathwork for Healing + Energy Breakthrough
  • Healing from Chronic Illness
  • Dietary Changes for Symptom Management
  • Lyme Disease, Mold Toxicity, Heavy Metals
  • Nutrition for Children + Picky Eaters
  • Healthy Eating on a Budget, for Busy People, + for Dietary Restrictions
  • Low-Toxin Living

Education

  • Bachelor of Arts from Trinity University
  • Pursuing a Masters in Clinical Nutrition from University of Bridgeport

TRAININGS + CERTIFICATIONS

  • Revelation Breathwork Facilitator Certification
  • Certified Cycling Instructor
  • Marriage Commissioner at City Hall

 

Who I Work With!

As Wellspace’s Client Experience + Brand Manager, I guide our clients in their search for the right therapist, coach, or nutritionist. I am fun-loving, non-judgemental, and compassionate and will provide you with the soft-hearted support you need as you embark on your wellness journey. Congrats on making the decision to enhance your wellbeing – I look forward to connecting with you soon!

I also offer one-on-one and group healing breathwork sessions, lead nutrition workshops, and coordinate our corporate and community partnerships. Coming from both nonprofit and corporate backgrounds, I understand the unique needs of each organization and will work with yours to create a uniquely special wellness offering tailored to the needs of your organization. I look forward to helping your company and employees reach their wellness goals!

BACKGROUND

I’ve been passionate about food and its connection to my health since I was a little girl. At age eight, I came home one day to my meat-eating family and announced that I was a vegetarian. I liked animals too much to eat them and I thought a plant forward diet was better for my health. My South Carolina barbecue-loving friends didn’t know how to handle the news and their parents often asked “Well, what will we feed her?” before I came over for a sleepover.

In college, I discovered a passion for food justice and, after publishing an honors thesis on the connection between nutritional status, obesity, and the academic achievement of children, I decided to dedicate my career to making fresh, healthy food accessible to everyone. San Francisco felt like the right place to do that and I started my career as the communications director at a Bay Area nonprofit providing nutritious meals and groceries to the critically ill. I watched women with cancer see improvements in their treatments and I saw frail bodies regain strength with the power of healing food. For the first time in my life, I began to see food as medicine. What I didn’t know, at that monumental moment in my food journey, was that I would one day – in the not too distant future – need to use food as a way to heal and manage the symptoms of my own critical illness.

Continuing on my food journey, I spent five years designing and leading a nutrition and culinary program for children in the Garden at Oracle Park, a first-of-its kind edible garden inside the San Francisco Giants Major League baseball stadium, and then across the country with the goal of getting kids excited about vegetables and empowering them with the knowledge and skills to make healthy food choices.

Unfortunately, after being bit by a tick while hiking in Nepal, I fell sick with Lyme disease and the journey to take back my health has generated a burning desire to help others use the therapeutic power of food to prevent, manage, and heal from illness. I am now living that dream by deepening my nutrition knowledge with a Masters in Clinical Nutrition degree, leading one-on-one and group breathwork sessions that offer healing and energy breakthroughs, and serving as Client Experience + Brand Manager at Wellspace with the goal of helping others feel their best inside and out.

WHY I LOVE THIS WORK:

I love all-things-wellness because I have seen the power of it through my own healing journey. After falling ill with Lyme Disease, I became devastated by brain fog, memory loss, joint pain, debilitating fatigue, and vision impairment and, to my dismay, conventional medicine couldn’t provide the answers I needed. And so, I turned to what I already knew: food is medicine; the breath can heal. I began using food, herbs, mindfulness and the breath, and a low-toxin lifestyle to manage inflammation, promote detoxification, support digestive health and the gut microbiome, and strengthen my immune system, and the more I learned, the more I wanted to share this knowledge with others.

Having gone through a health battle of my own, I have empathy, compassion, and a deep understanding of what it’s like to be chronically ill and I have dedicated my career to helping others achieve newfound wellness and creating a paradigm shift in the way our world thinks about wellness. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you feel I am the right person to support you on your uniquely special healing journey 🙂

WHAT MY CLIENTS SAY:

“Hannah’s breathwork offering is transformational! She created a safe space where I could go deep within myself and I was able to make many new connections from the powerful experience. Hannah made me comfortable every step of the way. She took time to explain the background, guide me during the session, and held space afterwards to process my experience. I am so very grateful for Hannah and this cathartic practice. I would highly recommend Hannah’s work if you feel ready to break through personal blocks!”

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