Should I Become A Health Coach

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If you’re anything like me, you get callings in life. I like to think of them as your soul’s deepest desires. They’re those inner voices that just won’t go away no matter how much you ignore them.

For years and years, I was curious about becoming a health coach. I’ve always been interested in health and wellness, but I was waiting for the perfect time to seize the opportunity and take the next step in my life. I wanted my financial situation to be perfect before a moved an inch, because how in the world would I manage my J-O-B and study to be a health coach at the same time?

In the summer of 2017, I became a certified personal trainer, but it wasn’t enough. I loved working with my clients and helping them achieve their fitness goals, but I knew I could be doing so much more for them if I took that extra step and became a health coach. I yearned to delve deep down and look at the root cause of some of their bad habits and behaviors they wanted to change. And my personal training certification simply wasn’t enough to do that. 

After feeling like I’d hit a plateau, I finally made the decision to sign up for the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. I knew I wanted to help others, not only with the experience I’d gained through dealing with the ups and downs of my own health, but with the guidance of a wellness program that met all my clients’ individual needs, too.

My only regret is that I wished I’d signed up for the Institute of Integrative Nutrition sooner.

Here are a few reasons why I love the Institute of Integrative Nutrition (IIN):

The program uses an online platform, giving you complete flexibility.
I’ve been able to study while living in Asia, traveling across the world, in my office, and on the couch in my PJs. You can access courses 24/7 from anywhere, meaning you can work according to your own schedule. Gotta love modern technology!

It follows a holistic approach to health and wellness.
IIN does not believe in a cookie cutter approach, but in bio-individuality. The program covers over 150 different dietary theories, giving you all the knowledge you need to help your clients, no matter what kind of symptoms they’re experiencing.

The curriculum covers nutritional concepts and the science to back it up without getting overly technical.
Basically, the content includes everything you need to know plus all the science to support it while still being easy to understand and digest.

Each module has videos and audio lectures, handouts, and assignments.
The variety of content helps keep things interesting across the 40 modules and 4 tests which make up the year-long program.

Health industry experts provide the latest trends and topics for the program.
Professionals such as Andrew Weil and Deepak Chopra ensure the course is always up-to-date, so you’re armed with the most current knowledge to best help your clients.

It’s international and your classmates are international, too.
I’ve been lucky enough to study with people living in Mexico, Vietnam, Japan, The United States, China, and Korea. It’s fascinating meeting and studying people from all different backgrounds and cultures across the world.

Click here to try your free sample class today! While you’re at it, download your free copy of Integrative Nutrition: Feed Your Hunger for Health & Happiness by Joshua Rosenthal. It includes 3 chapters from the life-changing book that topped Amazon’s bestseller list. You’ll love it!

If you want to know more about health coaching with the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, drop me a line and say hello. I’d love to send you all the ah-maz-ing details and answer any questions you have about changing your life by becoming a health coach.