The Yoga Health Coaching Podcast helps people find a coach, become a Yoga Health Coach, and become a better Yoga Health Coach. Our YHC Podcast team speaks for all levels of thrive seekers, Yoga Health Coaches, and professionals in the health and wellness industry.
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Grow Sales with a Small List (Cate Stillman with Jules White)
Cate interviews Jules White, from down under, a former environmental consultant to help her find her edge to enroll more people into her group.
Jules finds new focus and motivation to push through the uncomfortable feeling of sales and closing the deal. She embraces her new role to relax more, while also taking massive action to agitate her people into making the changes she knows they crave.
Cate guides Jules get clear on the results her people want and how soon they want them to occur. Feeling as though enrolling can be “hard and messy”, Jules assumes the role of “agitator” and dives in.
Acknowledging there will be good days and bad days, Cate guides Jules to find where the evidence of success with her people lies. Cate imparts her wisdom of going from problem to solution too quickly, and how to set up for a new flow of leads using her current members. Jules is given the task of having 25 conversations this month to agitate people into making a change to get them on the “yes” train.
What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to find your people and connect with your heart How to turn no’s and turn into yes’s. How to agitate people to get specific with what they want and when they want it. Show Highlights: Look to the people that know, like and trust you! I’m helping people thrive in their bodies and lives. Whenever I wonder why I do this, I think about my members' results. Timestamps: 5:38-6:52 Difference between strategy and coaching session 7:47-8:31 Helping people know what they want, a truth conversation 9:09 -10:06 Knowing how to close the deal 14:07-14:34 How to agitate people by asking questions 16:25-17:15 Asking for referrals and testimonials 17:24-18:32 How broaden your list for new leads Quotes: Jules: “Why are sales so hard and messy... and does it ever get better? Jules: “My new role is the “agitator”. Cate: “The key is to relax and take massive action.”
Martha Kastler: Building Bridges into Community with Evidence of Success
Martha Kastler has been struggling to create bridges in her community. Looking to expand her wellness coaching to a more diverse audience, Martha connected with Cate to find efficient ways to do it, and strategies to overcome resistance.
In this Yoga Health Coaching episode, you will learn about the benefits of measuring success both for yourself and your clients, how to organize your free talks to create new leads for your business, and how to introduce the habits of Ayurveda to a new audience.
What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to identify evidence of success How to overcome resistance How to prepare for a free talk Links Mentioned in Episode: Take the How to Fascinate Quiz Learn about VUCA Watch the free Masterclass Have a free Career Conversation Show Highlights: Using free talks to create new leads Introducing the habits to new people Identifying the changes people want to make Timestamps: 0:39 Creating bridges between different teachings 5:09 Identifying the evidence of success 10:11 Overcoming resistance and looking for your why 15:24 Preparing for your free talks Guest Bio
Martha’s initial 250hr yoga training was in 2009 in Blacksburg, VA with Blue Ridge Massage and Yoga. There she studied Ashtanga Yoga with Jeff Tiebout. In 2016 Martha completed a 250hr Jivamukti based training with Andrea Boyd and Jeffrey Cohen in Charleston, SC. Having suffered numerous traumas and physical injuries, yoga was the first practice that showed Martha she has the potential for self-healing. The deep focused practice of intentional movement and breath awakened a profound desire to heal and be of service. Martha became fascinated with breath, energy and meditation. Powerful releases in yoga lead her to the subtle healing modality of Restorative Breathwork®. Having a profound healing through Restorative Breathwork® she pursued the extensive 2.5 year study with Kathleen Barratt and became a certified facilitator in 2013. Simultaneously, she embarked on a 3 year training with Kathleen’s energy teacher world renowned Mietek Wirkus, and was certified the same year at the master level in Bioenergy. More recently in 2018, she completed certification in a powerful psychosensory technique called Havening® and in 2019 she received her Ayurvedic Wellness Coaching certificate from Katie Silcox’s Shakti School. Along with her trainings she is devoted to and supported by the Kriya lineage as a student of the Self Realization Fellowship. She is learning in this school of life in her own way and embracing challenges on the path as opportunities. She enjoys facilitating healing sessions using her unique skill set and exploring and teaching various styles of yoga: gentle, flow, ashtanga short form, somatics, hatha, restorative, and meditation. Off the mat Martha is often frolicking in the woods, mushroom hunting, saying hello to forest friends or moon bathing, she’s falling in love with food and cooking what nourishes her, she loves chanting, dancing, a little biking and backpacking, and chillin with her two one eyed cats.
Coach of the Month: Monica Biasiolo
For Monica Biasiolo Yoga Health Coaching changed everything. Suffering from a chronic illness, Monica refused to fall into victim mode and decided to invest in her health by joining the Yogahealer community. She experienced firsthand what changing your habits can do for your health, and brilliantly transitioned from student to mentor, leading her own health coaching business.
Monica believes difficult journeys can be done with ease and believes that anyone can start healing themselves and find their dharma while they are at it.
Listen to the episode to learn more about Monica’s inspiring journey from self healer to professional health coach.
What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to get out of victim mode How to motivate people to change How to be patient with yourself Links Mentioned in Episode: Watch the Free Masterclass Connect with Monica Have a free Career Conversation Show Highlights: Healing yourself from a chronic illness Experiencing the habits in your body From self healer to professional healer Timestamps: 1:26 Finding your dharma from a place of discomfort 7:59 Transforming the difficult into easy 15:07 The journey from student to mentor 25:34 Being successful and experiencing ease Guest Bio: Monica is a certified Yoga Health Coach who loves to give back to the Yogahealer community. Being a Body Thrive Assistant first and a YHC peer mentor, an opportunity to give back to the community that changed her life.
Monica is also a Forrest Yoga and Mindfulness teacher. She recently moved back to Rome, her hometown, after living as an expat for 20 years in four continents. Traveling with her family, visiting new places, and learning from different cultures is what her kids and herself love. In her free time, she likes to read books, paint, use her hands to create handcrafts or recycle materials to make a piece of art, dance with the music of the 70 and 80 and walk in nature.
Monica has two grown children (a son 23 years old and a daughter 21 years old) and a son 9 years old. Her identity evolution is centered on nurturing herself so she can be present for her kids, lead with integrity and enjoy good connections in her relationships. She is responsible, always ready to listen and help others, and loves to honor her commitments.
Her growing edge is time management and project management so she can work more productively and have free time to do things she loves with her family and learn new tools for my identity evolution. The role of leadership of YHC empowered Monica and taught her how to connect with people at a deeper level to help them manifest their dharma.
Leah Petitti: Power of Voice Coaching for People with Good Jobs
Defining your ideal client can be a tricky business, and more often than not, we end up with an avatar that seems perfect on paper but does not convert into sales. This is exactly what Leah Petitti, a voice coach, is going through. She has defined not one, but three different avatars, but is still struggling to find good leads and make sales.
In this conversation, Cate leads Leah through the retelling of her brand script, redefining her avatar and explaining the effects of language when trying to reach an audience.
Listen to the podcast and learn the importance of defining and understanding your perfect client, researching your competitors, and using free talks to connect with future leads.
What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to reach your target audience How to define your perfect avatar How to use your competition to your advantage Links Mentioned in Episode: Find out more about Leah Write your own brand script Find the Money to follow your passion! Watch the free Masterclass Show Highlights: Overcoming confusion about your target audience Bringing yoga philosophy into the corporate environment The importance of finding good competitors Timestamps: 0:34 Understanding and reaching your perfect client 6:07 Expanding your language to reach more people 11:29 The importance of your story brand 17:50 Using free talks to reach your next client Guest Bio
A well-loved yoga teacher, vocal coach and workshop leader, Leah creates courses such as Jewels of Longevity and Yoga-Energy-Transformation. She empowers seekers to shed limitations and dare to dream.
Her journey with yoga began at Ohio State University where Leah fell in love with the mental focus and pain-relief she found in yoga.
Leah's yoga instruction experience now spans several decades. Her signature warmth and humor invite students to safely dismantle fears and gain the courage to stand in their truth.
Sharing her loving wisdom, Leah reflects years of in-depth training with Katie Silcox, author of Healthy, Happy, Sexy. The fires of inspiration from Elena Brower and Gabrielle Bernstein currently stoke the passion for Leah's mission of teaching people to gain wisdom and peace through yoga.
Private and Corporate Yoga with Leah comes highly recommended for clients in the Santa Barbara area and online!
Awaken Your Hunger, Desire and Focus with Carman Murray
How hungry are you? Carman Murray has been feeling hungry, but she doesn’t think food can solve it. Like many people who detox, she has awakened desire, a hunger for more in her life. She is ready for her next identity evolution.
On a Coaching Gym with Cate, Carman discusses her desire to expand her business and hire more people. The result was an illuminating conversation about strategic thinking in business, hiring the right people, and even how urine therapy can help upcycle your energy vibration.
What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to fully nurture yourself How to connect to your deepest desire How to delegate strategically Links Mentioned in Episode: More about the Find the Money Course Watch the Free Masterclass Learn more about Urine Therapy More about Pareto’s principle Show Highlights: The impact of detoxing on desire Urine therapy and deep nutrition Delegating tasks in order to achieve peak performance Timestamps: 0:46 Upcycling your own energy vibration 4:12 Hiring and growing your business efficiently 8:52 Applying Pareto’s 80/20 rule Guest Bio
Carman has many roles: entrepreneur, yoga teacher, healer, teacher, mom, rancher, wife, leader, woman. Her why in life is to model for her children that each one of us has the choice to shine our gifts to the world. Her what is working with others and inspiring them to move away from overwhelm, anxiety and stress and move toward ease, thrive, and building a supportive network of people around them – their tribe. She runs her own business where she leads workshops, retreats, yoga classes, dynamic groups and courses.
How to Coach your Groups About an Anti Inflammatory Lifestyle
Chronic inflammation is modern society’s greatest health threat. Studies state that three out of five people alive today will die due to chronic disease. But even though chronic inflammation can trigger genetic diseases, it is not in itself inevitable.
The habits from Body Thrive can work as a reminder of what you need to teach, as a coach, in order to effectively prevent and fight chronic inflammation. It will take a great deal of honesty, and some habit change, but chronic inflammation can be prevented both with physical, mental, and emotional habits.
Listen to the podcast to learn more about chronic inflammation, the power of mind over body, and the potential of easeful living.
What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to identify the habits that are a problem How responsibility can reorient you How challenges enable future ease Links Mentioned in Episode: Learn about chronic inflammation
Listen more about not bouncing back
More about the Find the Money Course Watch the free Masterclass Show Highlights: Fear and worry acidify the blood faster than alcohol Thoughts and emotions influence the self Choosing to live outside the stress pattern Timestamps: 2:24 Chronic Inflammation and its prevalence 11:17 Honesty and the power of a breakthrough 19:01 The effects of mind over body 26:33 Easeful living as the potential Quotes
It’s a habit to make a choice to relax all the time
Creative Ways to Bring Healthier Habits to the Corporate World
Thanks Brooke for having me on the show. It was so interesting to talk about the benefits of linking Health Coaches with companies for both parties. Imagine the decline of stress if this happened?