Nutrition & Ayurveda
Our nutrition services empower people with the practical solutions to their unique food and body challenges. We understand that achieving and maintaining personal wellness is a journey, not a destination. And that one size does not fit all.
Our practitioners offer individualized mind-body nutrition counseling and compassionate support, helping you learn to take care of your whole self and guiding you through the self-discovery process that brings about real and lasting change.
Susan Noyes-Taylor, CHHC, CEPC
Nutrition and Eating Psychology Counseling
Susan is a board certified Holistic Health Coach, Culinary Nutritionist and Eating Psychology Coach. Her decision to become a health coach was born out of the devastating experience of losing both her husband and brother to food related, preventable heart attacks, as well as raising a child with Crohn’s disease.
Susan received her initial training at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in New York City, and is certified by both the American Association of Drugless Practitioners and the MacDonald Center for Obesity Prevention & Education at Villanova University College of Nursing. She is trained in mind-body nutrition as a Certified Eating Psychology Coach under the direction of Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. Susan has over four years of nutrition counseling experience under AnnaLisa Pastore, M.D. at the Center for Holistic and Integrative Medicine in Englewood, NJ.
She holds a B.S. in Psychology from St. Lawrence University and an M.B.A. from New York University.
Ayurveda is the oldest, continuously practiced system of self-care and self-healing. It empowers you to connect with and trust your inner voice and to be proactive about creating a healthy and fulfilling life.
You’ll learn to tune in to your feelings, honor your desires, and make the necessary lifestyle adjustments to restore balance in your body, mind, and soul.
Sheryl Edsall, ERYT
Sheryl has her 500 Master’s Certification in Ayurveda, with a focus on digestion and nutrition. She has a passion for healthy eating and hosts retreats and cooking classes that focus on food as medicine.
Born in Portland, OR, Sheryl lived on a street named Why Worry Lane. Certain she would be a teacher from a young age, she went on to found Naturally Yoga in Glen Rock, NJ, and later opened Nectar Café to help others eat delicious food that is healing for the body. In addition to her work as an Ayurveda practitioner, Sheryl is a teacher of Kundalini Yoga, a Reiki Master, an all-faiths minister, and a lifelong advocate for children’s health and animal rights.