Ans. Wellness coaching is both a partnership and a process to set goals, prioritize what matters most and help you to follow through. The wellness coaching process will build confidence in your ability to make changes and create new healthy habits.
Ans. A health coach is someone who helps you to identify small diet and lifestyle changes that you can make to reach your health goals, whatever they may be (lose weight, reduce stress, gain energy, etc). Health coaches are both listeners and advice-givers; they guide clients through the world of contradictory nutrition information and provide recommendations based on the individual’s goals, habits, and body.
Ans: Many people want to be fitter, lose weight, exercise more, eat healthier, etc. but we find it extremely difficult to make these important changes on our own. We might begin a fitness program or go on a diet, but we don’t seem to be able to follow through with what we started. The knowledge and information about being healthy are all around us, yet achieving good health is much easier said than done. This is where wellness coaching can make a difference!
Ans: An entire program consists of an initial appointment (about 60 minutes) and usually can be completed in 12 weeks, although it is not uncommon for coaching relationships to last longer. Clients are encouraged to try new activities, see themselves in a new way and have fun.
Ans. Anybody in any sphere of the change cycle (contemplation, preparation, determination, action, or relapse) would benefit from a wellness coach relationship. I can help people with:
Ans. No! I work with many clients who have no major issues but simply want to learn how to eat healthier and incorporate more vegetables into their diets. I also work with clients who feel good as is, but I want to find ways to feel even better!
Ans. Let’s talk! Schedule a complimentary strategy session to learn more and figure out if coaching is right for you!