Set your own pace with personalized lifestyle, cooking and nutrition coaching. Our wellness clubs are focused on improving individual health through teaching and coaching techniques centered on personal desires, goals and pace. When you schedule a session with one of our coaches, they’ll help you identify your goals, and then give you the tools and support you need to achieve them. Whether you’d like a private shopping tour, tips on stocking a healthier pantry, help converting favorite recipes, suggestions for dealing with deprivation, help with developing a meal plan or reviewing a food diary — our coaches are here for you.
Meet our Wellness Club Coaches:
Christina Tani, Princeton Wellness Club Educator
Christina Tani joins the Wellness Club Team with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutritional Sciences from Rutgers University. In addition, she has completed a Graduate-Level Teacher Certification Program at Rider University and is a Certified Teacher in the State of New Jersey. She has worked as Nutrition Coordinator for the Mercer County Head Start Program, Nutrition Specialist at Rutgers University, and most recently, as a Leader for Weight Watchers. Christina demonstrates a genuine passion for motivating and inspiring people to make healthy lifestyle changes.
Anthony Dissen, Princeton Wellness Club Chef/Educator
Anthony Dissen, RD, is a Registered Dietitian specializing in plant-based diets and preventative health care. Anthony received his Bachelors of Science in Dietetics from Rutgers University, and completed his supervised clinical practice in dietetics at UMDNJ. Anthony has worked as the Outpatient Dietitian at University Medical Center at Princeton, where he provided nutrition counseling and coaching to hundreds of outpatients on a variety of health issues including heart disease, IBS and digestive conditions, food allergies, cancer, and diabetes. Anthony has also completed additional training in Macrobiotic health coaching and plant-based nutrition and health promotion, and has worked as a private holistic health counselor.
Katie Vnenchak, Wellness Club Educator
After obtaining her bachelor’s in Communications from the College of New Jersey, Katie worked in the corporate/business world for several years. Feeling unfulfilled, she decided to go back to school and pursue her true passion in life, Nutrition. She obtained a Bachelor’s in Nutrition from Montclair State University. Since graduation, Katie has focused her studies on learning about holistic health and nutrition. She spent a number of years working at the university Medical Center at Princeton’s Eating Disorder Center. Katie’s personal mission is to spread the word of obtaining health through food instead of medicine to all age groups and all economic status, and to help people improve their lives.