Hi! We're the Nima coaches

Nima coaches are Nima team members trained on all things Nima. They are product experts who are here to help you understand and use your Nima to the full extent possible. They provide education and comprehension around our product and all things Nima. All of our coaches are enthusiastic and excited about health.

What do coaches do?

Coaches work with Nima community members to help ensure they are getting the most value out of Nima. We are available through our website’s chat, email, or phonecalls. You might also see us post on Nima’s social media accounts or on our blog, like about teal pumpkin day as well as how to read labels to determine which gluten free foods to use in recipes this holiday season!

When are coaches available?

Coaches are available during business hours (7-5 PST). We have pre-scheduled time slots you can sign up for so you are guaranteed a time that works with your schedule.

How do I reach a coach?

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Nima Coaches - Stacy

Stacy

Coach since April 2016

Food identity

Eating is an experience. Cooking, dining out and trying new tastes helps enrich our lives. Food should bring joy and help cultivate new experiences. I don’t believe food should be eaten on the go. I love trying new restaurants and new foods but I like long, leisurely meals as opposed to grabbing fast food. I like whole foods - fruit, vegetables, cheese and meats. My new favorite kitchen appliance is my spiralizer. I definitely have a sweet tooth though. My sugar addiction is always a challenge.

Hobbies and interests

Being outside. Hiking, running, going to the beach or the park with my toddler. I have found new job exploring the world through her eyes. I also love movies, cooking and traveling.

Personal philosophy

An organized environment leads to an organized mind. I’m very anti-clutter and find tidying up very soothing. I am naturally a minimalist so I like to keep things simple. I think it’s really important not to sweat the small stuff. You can over analyze any decision but once you commit, don’t second guess. Life is short. Try and do things that make you happy. Surround yourself with good people and focus on the positives. When times are tough, family and a nice bottle of wine can get you through anything.

Nima Coaches - Sho

Sho

Coach since July 2016

Food identity

I was taught to eat more fruits and veggies, but my food pyramid consists of In-N-Out Burgers and Fries, street tacos, ramen and Vietnamese noodle soups. I can eat these dishes weekly and possibly daily. My stomach is very sensitive to dairy, spices and oils, so I’m always watching what I eat. My degree is in environmental studies, so I’m also conscious about the ecological and social impact of food. I try to choose humane, free-range, locally grown etc. when available.

Hobbies and interests

I really enjoying cooking and collecting kitchen gadgets. I’ve been cooking almost my entire life learning from my mother, and trained while working in the dining commons in college. I also picked up longboarding in college and is still my main method of getting around. I also enjoy watching NBA games. Go Warriors!

Personal philosophy

Smile, laugh, and pay it forward anytime you’re in a good place. I strongly believe that everything in life happens for a reason, and each moment in time always connect when you look back, even if things seem chaotic at the present. The cup is always half full.

Nima Coaches - Jessy

Jessy

Coach since September 2017

Food identity

I don’t have any dietary restrictions, so I am pretty open with what I eat. Growing up in an Indian household, I don’t eat any red meat and generally eat little meat, mostly focusing on vegetables. My dad has always had a large garden, so I’m accustomed to eating fresh and organic fruits and vegetables. I usually stay away from processed foods, however I have a huge sweet tooth that causes me to occasionally reach for chocolate and ice cream.

Hobbies and interests

During summers you can usually find me in my backyard, trimming roses, planting plants, or just enjoying the sunshine. My dad and I always spend time together in the garden, figuring out where to plant new trees or trying to grow vegetables we’ve never grown before. Having a large garden gives me the freedom to cook with a large variety of vegetables. I love trying new recipes, so I cook for my family and make them taste test for me. Usually the dishes come out great, but need minor changes. Other times they’re a flop, which is why I like having my family as personal taste testers. My favorite part about trying new recipes is altering them to make them my own. Additionally I enjoy watching almost every sport and going to Giant’s games during the summer with my sister.

Personal philosophy

I believe that it is important to live the most positive lifestyle you can. It’s important to surround yourself around people who not only make you happy, but help you become a better you. Additionally, self care, such as physical and mental health, allows one to excel in their lives, while also helping others. Creating a positive environment both at home and work allows for a positive lifestyle. Although achieving this positive lifestyle cannot happen overnight, it is a goal I aim for and I think others should aim for.

Nima Coaches - Nia

Nia

Coach since March 2018

Food identity

For me food has always been like glue, because it always brings people back together. Family, friends, fur babies (pets) all of us would gather for dinner and big holiday meals. No matter how tired we may have been or how upsetting the day was, coming together at the end of the day made all of that stress go away. My great grandmother would always make the dinner and her cooking was out of this world. From mashed potatoes and fresh vegetables to made from scratch pies and ice cream, it was all amazing. I still haven’t found an apple pie that tastes as good.

Hobbies and interests

Long walks on the beach, catching late night movies, listening to MUSIC oh and reading! I’ve fallen in love with reading more recently and all it took was really finding the right book. Well, someone to talk about it with helped a bit too :) Oh! And did I mention how much I love dogs?

Personal philosophy

To me, everyone (including myself at times) is so worried about others (hoping everyone and everything is okay) that most people forget they need to take just as good care of themselves. Mentally, Emotionally and Physically. And from there when you feel wholesome, positive and happy inside, you start to attract that same kind of beautiful energy from others. Next thing you know, you and those you care for you’re practically swimming in positivity and happiness. The feeling is out of this world.

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