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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.

This show is supporting wellness professionals in evolution of their entrepreneur career. Through sharing of a personal professional experience of our Yoga Health Coaches, in this show our tribe will be empowered on their dream career journey. Our audience is a wide range of people wanting a health breakthrough to local community wellness leaders, including other health coaches, the Yoga Health Coaches, the Yogahealer Podcast fans, and other wellness professionals.

Yoga Health Coaches beside Yoga Health Coaching Blog will be trained with Podcast tools for communication with their audience. They are hosting show, choosing topics and spreading good vibes.

The Yoga Health Coaching Podcast with Cate Stillman Cate Stillman, Yoga Health Coaches

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings

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.

This show is supporting wellness professionals in evolution of their entrepreneur career. Through sharing of a personal professional experience of our Yoga Health Coaches, in this show our tribe will be empowered on their dream career journey. Our audience is a wide range of people wanting a health breakthrough to local community wellness leaders, including other health coaches, the Yoga Health Coaches, the Yogahealer Podcast fans, and other wellness professionals.

Yoga Health Coaches beside Yoga Health Coaching Blog will be trained with Podcast tools for communication with their audience. They are hosting show, choosing topics and spreading good vibes.

    Coach of the Month: Suanna Geater

    Coach of the Month: Suanna Geater

    Podcast Intro:
    Changes in life are not easy things to achieve. Changing requires a lot of dedication and hard work, it requires a lot of motivation and the desire to change something in you.
    Many people want to change something in their lives because it has already affected their lives. Maybe their family, friends, or work has already been damaged.
    Suanne Geater is one of the people who dedicated her life to change. Her journey has been inspiring, and now she’s helping others change. Join us today in this episode as she shares her experience and amazing journey.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    How does a marketing approach lead to a simpler method? Determine the best level of community for you Facilitating Habit Changes Transformation in life Links/CTA:
    Check out our latest podcast episodes: Next level Wellness Pro: with Emily Glaser, Ayurveda How to Find Where You Lose a Lead in Sales Stages What is Your Personal Manifesto? And Want One with Cate and Emily You can find Suanna via the links below: suannarae.com @suannarae - Instagram www.linkedin.com/in/suannarae Highlights:
    Suanne shares why most of her clients go to her Suanne shares her experience with Cate Suanne shares a story about a client that had an amazing transformation Timestamps:
    [0:31] Introduction [4:10] Suanne’s Biggest Breakthrough [6:01] Marketing Approach [7:54] The Weight Loss Journey [9:30] Doing Changes      [13:16] Being a Processor    [15:40] An amazing transformation     [20:00] Closing Remarks Quotes:
    “My biggest breakthrough is to keep things simple, K.I.S.S., and not make them too complicated.” “Most people familiar with me approach me for weight loss since they know my weight loss journey and the trip I've been on. And that's why people initially come to me because I underwent a fairly significant transformation around ten years ago.” “I'm moving to an area with a lot of poverty, and I want to do more to help the people there. So I plan to change things up a bit and, while working with one-on-one clients, maybe do some corporate work to level up my business and give back more to the community to help it grow. For example, I might open a wellness studio and host events there.”  “First take care of yourself. That means you have to live and break the habits. You did have to be all of you, and that's the key point, period, exclamation point. You know they'll come and go, but you have to make them a part of your daily life until they do.” Guest Bio: Suanna Geater
    I’m a Meathead Yogini-The iron may have my heart but Yoga is life.
    Food is my second favorite "F" word
    I am here to learn, share what I learn, and above all to love
    Ownyourshit, have Radical Responsibility for your actions and you will Create a Life you don't need a vacation from

    • 24 min
    How to Talk to More Leads: Coaching Gym with Christina Sjoberg

    How to Talk to More Leads: Coaching Gym with Christina Sjoberg

    Podcast Intro:
    Sometimes, we ask ourselves what went wrong when everything didn't go according to plan, especially if we did everything in our power. We wonder what should be improved to become better. What strategies should we do to bring more clients?
    Christina Sjoberg has been struggling to bring new members to her group despite her doing talks and networking. She believes she's sabotaging her success. 
    In this episode, Cate Stillman is here with Christina Sjoberg to talk about generating more leads through talks. They will be talking about how to improve the talks and other alternative strategies you can do to bring more leads.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    prioritizing all the things - while still remaining at ease! bringing on new clients - shadow issues, confidence, etc. self-sabotage and not acting on what I should I am leading members of my group through their third quarter and we have really come together as a community where members share and support each other. This is working really well and people are experiencing amazing changes. This has helped my confidence in leading a group through the habits.
    I continue to struggle with bringing on new members (I only have 6 people in my current group). I am leading talks and consistently networking, but still can't seem to engage enough people for a consultation. Everyone I have brought on so far is people I have known for many years.
    I also find that I have competing priorities between my corporate yoga business and freelance consulting work. I have made the decision to not take on any more consulting work, but even with this extra time, I struggle with determining what activities will make the best use of my time to bring on clients, while also catching up on my YHC course, and supporting my group members.
    I've done the master of your courses in the past, and while helpful initially, I seem to lose momentum in the activation of what I've planned. I know I have shadow issues around money (particularly selling) and also stepping into my role as a coach.
    How do I overcome this so I quit sabotaging my own success? My pattern is a tendency to lurk and so I haven't been actively asking questions during the live calls when I probably would benefit - so even setting up this coaching gym is out of my comfort zone!
    How to improve your talks through various strategies How to get leads through talks How to make a good elevator pitch Links/CTA:
    Check out our related episodes! Next level Wellness Pro: with Emily Glaser, Ayurveda
    Group Membership Coaching: Difficult Members, Difficult Situations DM’ing to Boost Your Sales for Wellness Pros Download our Yoga Health Coaching Time Tip Sheet To find out more, go to www.yogahealthcoaching.com Check out  Christina Sjoberg's Links: https://www.somayogaandwellness.com/ Facebook: @somayogaandwellness Highlights:
    Cate shares some scenarios you can say to encourage and invite people to a talk after class. Cate talks about different strategies to use to generate leads. Cate mentions how she shares her convictions Timestamps:
    [1:06] Introduction [3:00] Working with People [7:00] Alternative Strategies in Getting Leads [10:32] Introvert’s Edge to Driving Sales [11:29] Free talks [13:50] Strategy for Free talks [20:39] Direct messages [21:17] Elevator Pitch [24:55] Convictions Quotes:
    “All the other activities that you're doing in lead generation and lead nurturance aren't going to be effective without you having a one-on-one because we know that you're effective when you're one on one with someone.” “I believe that we think that getting older and all the things associated with that, like creaking joints, medications, poor health, or fatigue, are inevitable. I believe we have much more power to change those things than we think.“ “I believe that if you get in the right group of healthy people, you'll change those faster, that you'll feel better faster.” “Think hard about these convictions a

    • 29 min
    Product Market Fit for Your Wellness Pro Career

    Product Market Fit for Your Wellness Pro Career

    Podcast Intro: 
    Many people always have a hard time dealing with marketing. Getting into business is really not an easy task. You need to handle and improve so many things for your business to grow; some business owners tend to forget the most important bits about business.
    In this podcast, Cate will discuss the Product market fit and how it affects marketing. She will also discuss the market thesis and share some interesting stories with us, so make sure to listen carefully and have fun.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    How to do a passive leadership Learn what a Market Thesis is Develop a Market Thesis How Wellness Pros grow together Links/CTA:
    Check the latest events in Yogahealer Highlights:
    Cate shares a story about an interview she had with a Doctor that made her emotional  Cate shares a story about her and her friend about handling compost Cate tells us who she is working with next Timestamps:
    [00:54] Introduction [02:47] Hardcore Healers [03:44] Understanding Yourself [5:11] Market Thesis [07:01] Growing Together [10:40] Product Market Fit Meets Market Thesis [13:06] The Split [16:46] Solution that Should be Prototyped Next [21:35] Intermittent Fasting Second Call [23:23] Dynamic Groups Training [24:10] Final Message [26:02] Closing remarks Quotes:
    “Wellness pros want to heal the hurt and lean into the evolution, influence the culture and community. Wellness pros together give a feeling of making it easier and connected” “We have to simplify lead generation, no one should take the time or money objection, it is us that will change our experience as well as pros in terms of understanding inflation in an inflationary economy “ “There's a way we can be more effective by being connected. And through growing together, both in our Thrive lifestyle and leading the way guiding the journey for our members to thrive.” “Lead is a mastermind for wellness products, we want to get a high ticket journey up and running and earning.”

    • 26 min
    Coach of the Month: Marcella Fulco

    Coach of the Month: Marcella Fulco

    Podcast Intro:
    Coach of the month, Marcella Fulco, is an MD from Italy who went down the research path to study biochemistry and molecular biology.  Her life path has led her to America to work for the National Institute of Health, marriage, and motherhood, teaching yoga, back to Europe, and now to Yoga Health Coaching!
    Join in on this informative conversation where Anna gets the inside scoop on Marcella’s unique journey- transitioning from teaching part-time, leading her course in another language, successes her group members are experiences, her future goals for her business model, and so much more.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    Why it can be nice to have a small community. How to modify the course to another language. Where to incorporate your unique wisdom into the course. Links/CTA:
    Design the Journey You're Meant to Lead - Lead the Journey for Wellness Pros Check out the latest episodes Group Membership Coaching: Difficult Members, Difficult Situations DM’ing to Boost Your Sales for Wellness Pros Marcella Fulco links: https://www.instagram.com/marcellafulco_yoga_lifestyle/ https://www.marcellafulcoyoga.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcella-fulco-616579a/ Highlights: 
    Marcella talks about how saying “yes” to new things led her to now. Marcella talks about her MD background and bringing science into her course.  Marcello tells us about her training in Yoga for Stress and Anxiety. Timestamps:
    [4:18 min]- Journey into the YHC business model. [8:02 min]- Leading a unique journey from the YHC model.  [11:05 min]- Adapting the course to another language.   [13:30 min]- Course members' experience. [17:09min]- Growth goals. [22:05 min]- Biggest shifts and breakthroughs Quotes:
    “I started to feel the pressure that now I needed to transfer this knowledge into the world.”  “I did the three-month body thrive and it was incredible.  I shot through so many of the limiting beliefs that I had.”  “Just experiment for a few days and you’ll see the results.”  “Being small, it has benefits because people really know each other and they are sort of becoming friends and really supporting each other in the journey so they don’t feel alone.” “I notice that as the confidence grows, the ability to charge more [grows].” Guest Bio: Marcella Fulco
    I graduated with an MD in Palermo, Italy, and right after, during my residency program, I moved to Rome to do research in a laboratory molecular biology. I decided then that my career would be in science and I did a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, which I completed in the States at the NIH (National Institutes of Health), Bethesda Md. I remained at the NIH for 10 years, first as a postdoc and then as a Staff scientist. My family then relocated to San Diego, where I took a pause from working and discovered Yoga, I became a Yoga teacher and a Yoga Therapist.
    In 2006 we moved back to Europe, and I live now in Munich, Germany, with my husband and 2 children (12 and 17). I tried to make a living as a Yoga teacher, but it was not so easy, and eventually, I decided to give a spin to my career and I made the leap of faith of joining YHC.

    • 29 min
    Next level Wellness Pro: with Emily Glaser, Ayurveda

    Next level Wellness Pro: with Emily Glaser, Ayurveda

    Podcast Intro:
    Healing and self-growth can be a profoundly inspiring path to a life of harmony, purpose, and joy. Emily Glaser, who provides Ayurvedic clinical care, personalized Jyotisha (Vedic Astrology) therapy, and transformational education, is our guest for today's episode.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    Next level Wellness Pro: with Emily Glaser, Ayurveda
    What happens when healers get the business model right What happens when that evolves into 2.0 How to name results, speak to results, recruit to results Links/CTA:
    Check out Yoga Health Coaching's related podcast episodes: Why Your Wellness Business MODEL Matters YHC – A Proven Business Structure for Successful Custom Course Yoga as a Business: Outlining Your Terms Emily Glaser: https://www.tejasveda.com/ Highlights:
    Emily talks about letting people articulate her avatar Emily discusses how toxicity leads to inaccessibility to joy Emily shares what Ayurveda is about Timestamps:
    [8:27] Internalizing Transformation with Cate and Emily [13:55] Identifying VIP Price Point [19:42] Yoga Health Coaching Business Model Quotes:
    “The world needs relationships with connections that lasts.” “In order to have a great experience every day, you must emulate it. Because of this, you will regain your sense of well-being.” Guest BIO: Emily Glaser
    A practitioner of Ayurveda and Vedic astrology – the ancient art of divination. Emily was trained by mystical doctors and healers who guided her to fine-tune her capacity to perceive the many levels of reality that make up our human experience.

    • 27 min
    Group Membership Coaching: Difficult Members, Difficult Situations

    Group Membership Coaching: Difficult Members, Difficult Situations

    Podcast Intro:
    Cheryl Kagan is a Nurse and Yoga Health coach who has grown her community and helped many in just over a year in the YHC program.  With as much success she is experiencing, there is an equal amount of growing pains experienced through members disappearing from the community, which is taking the fun out of coaching.  These challenges are leaving her exhausted and questioning the details of how she is handling membership in her group.
    Tune in on this coaching call as Cate directs Cheryl to discover the core issues of why members drop the ball and how to mitigate this pre-enrollment.  Through this process, new enrollment structures are brought to the surface, making the journey more comfortable and effective for all who start it!
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    Why qualify your potential members in the pre-enrollment process. What questions to ask to find the right membership fit. How to build group call structures to avoid drama. Links/CTA:
    Check out the latest in Yogahealer Events Other related podcast episodes: How to Find Where You Lose a Lead in Sales Stages The Past + Future of Progressive Communities and Online Courses (Cate + Chris Badgett) Sales and Dealing with Objections with Yvette Desai Check out Cheryl's Official Facebook Page Highlights:
    Cate explains how YHC and BT have evolved over the years through lessons learned. Cate reflects on contracts she has recently signed on how she is to behave at live events and workshops. Cate talks about lessons from the experience that no one taught her, but she has learned through experience. Cate tells the story of helping an LA member overcome an eating disorder. Timestamps:
     [3:30]- Pre-enrollment questions and expectations.  [6:11]- Creating a contract.  [9:00]- Handling issues beyond level of expertise.  [10:55]- Commitment level and emotional stability.  [13:00]- Intake questions for dynamic group commitments.    [17:44]- Discovering Core issues from problems post sale.  [19:18]- Setting group structures to avoid drama.  [22:11]- Working as a group with specific issues.    [26:28]- Evolving group structure by qualifying members..    [28:45]- Live event connection  [32:20]- YHC resources- Mentors, Mastery, and Mastermind groups. Quotes:
    “Challenging situations with members will arise.” “What's beautiful about it is that it can highlight weaknesses in our process.  When they highlight weaknesses in our process we take that issue and we say, ‘where can we work that into before point of sale?”  “And the beauty of this is that it’s a very nurturing experience for the prospect because they are experiencing a level of professionalism.” “This is the deal- You have to care as much about the group's experience of you as your experience of the group.”    “Whenever we are having issues after the sale, it means that there is something that could happen before the sales.”  Guest Bio: Cheryl Kagan
    Registered RN turned Yoga Teacher turned Certified Yoga Health Coach. I help women transform through Ayurveda into creating a balanced and awakened life that allows them to become their highest Selves. You can love your life and experience True health through the lifestyle of Ayurveda

    • 35 min

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