Tara McCoy

Tara McCoy is a Certified Health Coach through The Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She is also a certified yoga teacher, and writer. She has had the joy of coaching thousands of people in clinical settings such as Iora Health and Sherpaa Health in New York City. In addition to her nutrition and lifestyle expertise, she has studied herbalism, mindfulness, and yoga.

Her approach to wellness encompasses mind, body, and spirit. Her definition of health and well-being is expansive, including not just how you eat, move and sleep but also the quality of your relationships, your sense of purpose and higher meaning in your life.

She loves accompanying her clients on their health journeys and to see them transform their lives by building new habits and routines. She is an avid reader and researcher and has tools to match any problem her client throws her way.

Previous to her coaching career, she worked at the Mayo Clinic researching psychosocial health and mindfulness-based stress reduction approaches for transplant patients and caregivers. She is also a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and frequently writes about wellness-related topics on her blog.
In her free time, Tara enjoys exploring the natural beauty surrounding her mountain home in Idaho, honing her cooking skills, and curling up with a good book.

Brianna Wieser

Brianna Wieser is a Licensed and Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist, Lifestyle Medicine Coach and Registered Yoga & Meditation Teacher. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from New York University with a degree in Nutrition & Dietetics. From there, she went on to complete her clinical training at the Mayo Clinic School of Medicine in Rochester, MN where she gained an in depth understanding of how evidenced based nutrition practices can support healing in individuals with acute and chronic health conditions.

Throughout her career, Brianna has worked for the Mayo Clinic, Weight Watchers (corporate), Hazelden-Betty Ford, YMCA-Integrative Medicine Center, SPACE on Ryder Farm, MOBE, Fairview & United Hospitals, and has provided nutrition care in the private practice setting. Additionally, Brianna has taught yoga and meditation for 16 years in Los Angeles, New York, Japan, and Minneapolis and was a competitive dancer for 20 years.

Brianna’s work is grounded in current research, behavior change science, and positive psychology. She believes that every individual has the ability to make positive changes to their health and wellbeing yet there is often a gap between what individuals want for themselves and their ability to formulate a strategy to get themselves there. Brianna’s passion lies in partnering with individuals to determine the best way to make meaningful process towards the health outcomes they seek while providing education, counseling, meal planning, and accountability along the way. She works closely with Dr. O’Neil and Dr. Sheeler to coordinate care and ensure that the needs of the patient always come first.