Yoga Health Coaching

Podcast

Johanie struggled with an eating disorder and other health problems including asthma since she was a child. She also lived in a violent household. Cate and Johanie discuss how internal stress and external health issues and how Johanie has overcome her own health crises through ayurveda and habit evolution. Through Cate’s Body Thrive course, Johanie learned how to create healthy daily habits as well as the importance of breath work and meal spacing. She discusses her...

Cate talks with Yoga Health Coach Veronica Maurel about her journey in becoming a Yoga Health Coach. Veronica was able to heal from a severe case of debilitating chronic fatigue to a vibrant life of living and teaching the principles of Ayurveda. According to Veronica, “Everytime you help somebody, you are helping yourself as well. You are opening up to new possibilities.” Veronica enthusiastically shares her experience of never ending and continuous transformation that she...

As Yoga Health Coaches and wellness professionals, we all make the mistake of spreading ourselves too thin and agreeing to things that may not make sense for us or even make a big difference for our clients. How do you know which opportunities to agree to, and which ones to decline? In this episode, Cate gives advice about being honest about your terms with anyone who wants to use your services as a yoga professional. She...

Two Yoga Health Coaches, wellness practitioners and mothers talk about how to raise a family, run a business and still create time for your own personal growth. Annie Barrett of Olympia, WA and Jessica Graham Robinson of Lander, WY discuss how the YHC program informs their parenting, how the values of homeschooling/alternative schooling relate to yoga and how to create support systems for ourselves and our families. They also describe what a balanced family day look...

The driven, ambitious, fiery nature of pitta can help us get a lot done, but it can also cause weight gain if we don’t eat with the seasons and do and eat less as we age. Typically the reasons behind weight gain in a Pitta person have a lot to do with the intense nature of their constitution. Pittas generally have strong metabolisms when they’re young, but that doesn’t carry on through the seasons of...

Two friends who on the face of it have it all. Successful careers, kids (eventually), and the slim bodies which signalled to the outside world that these are women in control and at the top of their game. Behind the apparent success there is extraordinary dysfunction. A disconnection from true needs, nutritionally and spiritually. Going to work early when it’s barely light and finishing work as the light fades, at least 5 days a week. Getting...