Yoga Health Coaching

Podcast

Podcast Intro:  Chris Bishop, Yoga Health Coach in Training, has been following the YogaHealer community for some time and even had a wonderful enrollment conversation to become a Yoga Health Coach years ago.  Finally, he is on the Fast Track to becoming a Certified Health Coach, along with his accountability partners, Nina Saacks, and Louise Charman-James. Listen in to hear an open and informative conversation between three Accountability Partners on a similar path, but with unique starting...

In the Yogahealer community, we learn to find and embrace our dharma, continually evolve, and invite others to join us along the way. As many of us strive to continually reach more people, it is common to hit a plateau and not know where to turn to find more people we can help. In this podcast, Cate gives us an in-depth conversation with Annie Schuessler about niching and networking to expand our reach. Annie, being a...

Shannon McCall, seasoned Yoga Health Coach, is doing all of the right things-  free talks, email campaigns, follow up, etc., yet still hits an enrollment lull every September, and isn’t creating her community-size dreams. In this podcast, we get a backstage pass to a coaching gym as Cate guides Shannon to process shadow issues, look to her community for answers, and access her intuition on what is needed for growth in her community. While playing the marketing...

In this episode, Anna speaks with Suzanne about what methods have worked for her on her road to success as a Yoga Health Coach. Suzanne shares what has worked for her and what has not worked for her along the way. You may also get inspiration on how to play around with the model to find what best suits you in creating the most epic ride for your members....

Anna Berkelmans speaks with Jaime Hogan, an architectural urban designer, and strategic planner. Jaime, who is also a yoga and meditation instructor, holds workshops on a regular basis to provide regenerative practices to the community. She is a firm believer that people must take responsibility for their own environment in order to live a sustainable and equitable lifestyle. Jaime strives to balance her hectic architectural career with her yoga and meditation practice. Moving into a regenerative way of...

Cate first wanted to write a book in her 30’s but didn’t. She wishes she would have because now she will never write about those topics she wanted to write about at that time. Instead, she created tip sheets, blogs, PDFs, and podcasts. While these are all wonderful things, a book “has legs on it”, as Cate states. Having legs on means it’s more permanent, gives more authority, AND prevents us from having to answer...