I am thrilled to be teaching the Get At The Roots Weight Loss Program here in Seattle. This program was developed by fellow NTP Nancy L. Rose, who had a similar experience as myself with significant weight gain after having her child and then working to learn how to regain her health and a more comfortable weight. The program is balanced and straightforward and is based on the idea of getting the body healthy, finding underlying potential weight management issues, and helping the body to get back to homeostasis (balance). It's got a lot of the same info I use in my one-on-one sessions but in a group setting for group motivation and energy.

The program is 12 classes, one per week, on Monday evenings at 7pm. The cost for the program is $239 for the program. As we dig deeper and identify group members' individual root issues, I may from time to time recommend nutritional supplements to support these issues; these would be at an additional cost if indicated. Class size is limited to 10 members max.

This is a great way to access Nutritional Therapy without the cost of a 3 month one-on-one session. I am very excited to be sharing this info with a group and reaching more people, and I hope you will join me!

Next session starts July 20 and will take place Mondays at 7pm in Columbia City, Seattle. Location details will be sent upon registration.

Some of the issues that are explored in this in-depth program:

  • Digestive Problems
  • Food Sensitivities
  • Yeast Overgrowth
  • Unstable Blood Sugar
  • Dehydration & Mineral Imbalances
  • Fatty Acid Deficiency
  • Stress & Adrenal Fatigue
  • Hormonal Imbalances
  • Toxin Overload
  • Brain Chemistry Deficiency


Class will be limited to 10 members! (Current clients receive 20% discount, contact me directly)

Reserve your spot now:

To register:

Get At The Roots 12 Week Session with Andrea J. Walker, NTP

July 20th start         $239


After you register, I will send you an email with further details so you will be ready for our first class on June 8th!


To learn more about the program, watch this video featuring Get At The Roots Creator Nancy Rose: