In a world saturated with fitness and wellness information, Pascal Bachmann knows the issue is not a lack of knowledge, but the need to sift through all the useless noise from countless online and print sources offering clients quick and easy fixes to their health, and find real information that will deliver, rather than just empty promises.
Unlike other approaches which claim to be the “best” or “secret” one-size-fits-all diet, Body and Mind Transformation knows there is no one solution for everyone. Instead, Pascal works to take in all the information about where exactly each client is, including their gender, starting fitness, height, and more, staying true to his belief to follow what the client needs, not what they want.
Pascal started studying the wellness industry well before he began his business. Over 25 years ago, he was a professional Muay Thai fighter and boxer, and as most pro-athletes do, he learned how the body works firsthand. After an accident in Thailand, his dream of pro-fighting ended. Knowing he needed to pivot to another field, and seeing it as an opportunity to pursue his dream of helping people, specifically helping people get healthier.
With his aptly named Body and Mind Transformation concept, Pascal is able to hone in on his holistic approach. He sees that many of his clients come in with problems that expand beyond issues that can be solved simply with more exercise and changing eating habits. Instead, he knows that health needs to be tackled as something pervasive that comes through in all aspects of your life.
Through his business, Pascal offers three main courses: Intermittent Fasting, LivingLife Diet, and Ketogenic Diet. He also offers the KILL Diet, a fast track that mixes all three. He also offers a nutrient basic course that digs into the vocabulary of nutrition, like the difference between carbs, carories, and more. Through his courses, Pascal supports his belief that we have a responsibility to learn about what we’re putting into our bodies.
It sounds simple when Pascal outlines it, but he admits it’s difficult at times, especially when he watches people around him be unable to make changes in their life that would lead them to a healthier lifestyle. He sees this apprehension come from fear, fear to change their lifestyle, fear of authority figures, or fear to try something new. With his coachings and courses, he provides the knowledge and information to allow his clients to feel confident about making the right choices for themselves and eliminating the fear that comes with a lack of information.