Updated: Jan 16, 2020
So why see a health and wellness coach? Juggling all the pieces of life can be a struggle and we can easily loose balance and as a result loose ourself. Coaching can help regain that balance by setting goals and utilizing helpful tools so you can prioritize yourself and your health and wellness.
Coaching is the process of self-inquiry that helps the client tap into their strengths and transform their weaknesses in order to adopt and maintain lifestyle changes and improvements.
Do you have trouble sticking to health-related goals?
Do you struggle to keep a calm and positive mindset?
Are you always low on energy and motivation?
Do you struggle with work-life balance?
Do you find it difficult to prioritize your health?
Do you rarely let yourself relax?
Do you want to make healthy changes to your lifestyle but you’re not sure where to start?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, a health & wellness coach would be a great option for you.
Coaching Can Help Generate
Inquiry. Questions and answers are at the heart of coaching. Thought and action are inspired through the
process of inquiry . . . what do you want?, what stands in your way?, and, how are your going to get there?
Clarity. Coaching helps you to define what you want and how you’re going to get there. Once defined,
coaching keeps you moving.
Pattern interruption. The structure and support of coaching serves to interrupt the unconscious patterns of behavior‚ creating the opportunity to consciously look at what is happening and perhaps choose differently.
Conscious goal commitment. What you focus on expands. If you make a conscious commitment to move forward with a goal or intention, you’ve immediately increased your chances of realizing that goal or intention.
Chunk down the big goals. An ongoing coaching relationship helps you define and take the first step towards that big goal‚ effectively moving out of inertia. You start to think in terms of, “What can I do today to help me move towards my goal?” Your coach is there to keep you on track all the way to the realization of your goal.
Accountability. Making a commitment to your coach increases the consciousness that is brought to that commitment. It is no longer simply something you want to do, but something you have committed to doing. Big difference.
Real-time feedback. The ongoing conversation and action plan allow for immediate feedback. New ideas or concerns can be quickly addressed and appropriate changes adopted to keep the momentum going.