Q+A on YHC
1) Is YHC a membership based system? Will we pay a percentage or annual dues to maintain access to the resources?
Once you have the resources, they are yours. You can continue to be a member at a lower investment (about $2k a year) to continue to get access to the live coaching calls. I make it easy for people to stick around in all my courses because it builds community and momentum. I’ll teach you to do the same in your business ecosystem.
2) I am interested in expanding beyond teaching yoga and really developing my business with health and life coaching. Is the program we are learning flexible or adaptable or is it really geared only towards yogis?
Very adaptable. I’m a huge cheerleader and guide for my YHC’s creating their own signature system once they get the business model/income strategy/coaching skills.
3) I have been studying various nutrition theories for many years and although I love many MANY concepts from Ayurveda, I do not love or follow many of the dietary guidelines… I gather from some of your past work that I have seen that you do support a living foods diet. I am way into living foods and green juices and all that but my ayurvedic mentors were super against it and really promoted warm foods etc to calm my vata… I get it in theory, but I am a big fan of live foods/juicing etc and I am not into dairy or ghee at all… DO you think this presents a conflict?
Not at all. I teach both living foods and traditional Ayurveda. My philosophy is that people should figure out what works personally, instead of dogmatically.
4) I was really leaning towards a life-coaching course but then your course appeared in my inbox and it is sooooooo tempting! Are coaching skills covered in the course? Because most of my students know they should have a light dinner, drink warm water in the morning etc etc… But they don’t do it!
Exactly. You learn inside out how to get yours students to change their habits in real time. This is crucial to get your students the end results they are investing in. Habit change science is a big component of the YHC curriculum. It’s a very progressive program also with emphasis on building and guiding evolutionary groups.
5) How many of your YHC coaches meet their income goals?
Great question. I have YHC students who went from teaching public and private classes go from transitioning their income to a way that is leveragable and saves time. I just got off the phone with a YHC coach who is 6 months into the program. She oversold her pilot group, and took 3 one-on-one coaching clients. She made her tuition back already. Other coaches may do the same or take more time. Everyone that I know of is selling their programs and making more money per transaction than they were before the program. Because YHC is new, we don’t have long term statistics.