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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.

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

    • Alternative Health
    • 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: Faye Blake

    Coach of the Month: Faye Blake

    Faye Blake is this month’s Yoga Health Coaching Coach of the Month. Faye’s YHC journey started at a Yogahealer live event in Berlin. She was a Body Thrive and Living Ayurveda course member, but meeting some of the ladies in Berlin finally gave her the confidence to go ahead and join the YHC program.
    Struggling with perfectionism and with a tendency to compare herself to others, Faye started to shed her limiting beliefs and has now successfully completed her course pilot. 
    Listen to the episode to learn more about how to stop doubting your abilities, the benefits of coaching a group, and aligning with your purpose.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to overcome limiting beliefs How to coach through resistance How to grow by showing up Links Mentioned in Episode: More about the Find the Money Course Watch the Masterclass Get to know Faye Show Highlights: Keeping people away because you don't feel ready Remembering your why and being a lifelong learner Aligning with dharma instead of self-sabotage Timestamps: 2:12 Perfectionist and comparing yourself to others 10:13 The resistance before a breakthrough 19:24 Building the communities you want to be part of Guest Bio:
    Faye's journey with Yogahealer has been one of deep self-healing. 4 years ago she had an unwavering passion to help contribute to the awakening of planetary consciousness, and a true knowing that she has a purpose in this life, but really wasn't clear on what that looked like until Body Thrive helped her to strip back mental and bodily Ama and connect with her inner voice.
    She now works with her students that are all inspiring individuals working towards living out their own dharma. She helps them to align with nature's rhythms, to deeply trust their own intuition, and pass down this wonderful wisdom map of Ayurveda.

    • 29 min
    How to Move Prospects through Attract to Engaged to Enrolled

    How to Move Prospects through Attract to Engaged to Enrolled

    Courtney LaCava just finished her first year of coaching her own program. She enrolled 18 people the past year and has experienced no issues attracting new leads. When it comes to conversion, however, she has been wondering how she could up her game.
    In an attempt to develop the right marketing and conversion systems, Courtney reached out to Cate. During the conversation, they covered the differences between excuses and objections, and how to anticipate both in your marketing strategies.
    Listen to learn more about getting specific about results, identifying pain points, and converting with ease.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to build trust with your leads How to identify your leads’ pain points How to move past your leads excuses Links Mentioned in Episode: Find out more about Courtney Watch the Masterclass Have a free career conversation Show Highlights: Creating content that converts Agitating through marketing The difference between excuses and objections Timestamps: 1:21 Identifying what has been working 9:49 Focussing on the results you offer 22:15 Top 10 excuses I’d rather not hear again 31:12 Roleplaying client excuses Quotes:
     “You can only do better” - Cate Stillman Guest Bio: In her late 20s Courtney had a physical breakdown. She was passionate and driven, aiming for perfection, obsessed with drama and addicted to adrenaline. Courtney teetered on the brink of burnout for many years, until her body finally gave in.
    In her quest to heal herself, Courtney found Ayurveda. She began to understand that the chronic fatigue, anxiety, depression, skin and digestive issues were simply signals her body was sending her. Courtney started to see that her obsession with living life according to external concepts of perfection, success, and beauty were driving her to ignore those signals. As she shifted her diet and lifestyle, she felt an immediate impact. Her digestion dramatically improved and her skin cleared up within weeks. 
    Today, Courtney works to empower you with the tools and wisdom to heal yourself, just like she did, and to thrive, just like you were born to do. 

    • 37 min
    From Yoga Teacher to Coach with Paige Bradley-Pecoul

    From Yoga Teacher to Coach with Paige Bradley-Pecoul

    Paige was set on joining Yoga Health Coaching, but when she thought about the investment, she felt anxious. Nonetheless, having set her mind, she took out a loan, borrowed some money, and went for it!
    Now, a year later, she could not be happier with her decision. She has successfully completed her pilot program and is looking forward to increasing her prices. 
    Listen to learn more about transitioning from yoga teacher to coach, developing the skills you need to evolve, and enrolling with ease.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in: How habits sustain you through difficulties How to get your first members How to transition from your job to coaching Links Mentioned in Episode: More about the Find the Money Course Watch the Masterclass More about Paige’s program Show Highlights: Overcoming the fear of investing in yourself Becoming your best selling point Increasing the price of your program Timestamps: 2:14 The audacity to want more 5:24 Attracting and engaging clients 11:39 Adjusting to online communication 15:22 Identify the skills you want to have Guest Bio: Paige took her first yoga class from Alvina Haverkamp in 1998. She studied closely with her for many years and went on to pursue a teaching certification in 2004. Paige is a graduate of the Temple of Kriya Yoga Home Study program, the Swan River Yoga Advanced Teacher Training program, the Ananda Seva Mission Yoga Therapy program, and Judith Lasater's Experiential Anatomy Program and Back Care Course. And has over 500 hours of yoga training and taught over 2000 classes.
    Lately, Paige has been drawn to work with individuals, and focus on stress relief and the kind of deep nervous system reset that is required when living in such a chaotic world.
    In addition to being a yoga educator, leading weekly ongoing classes,  annual workshops, and trainings. Paige is a mother to 3 and knows what it means to be a caretaker and the importance of filling the well with self-care practices.

    • 19 min
    Responding to Client Feedback with Paige Bradley-Pecoul

    Responding to Client Feedback with Paige Bradley-Pecoul

    Paige Bradley-Pecoul is in her second year of Yoga Health Coaching, and getting ready to enter her second year leading her own coaching program. After surveying her first year members, she got a couple of negative reviews and is struggling with them.
    In a conversation with Cate, Paige opens up about how she feels about negative feedback and talks about how to integrate feedback into her program and develop a co-creating system.
    Listen to the episode to learn more about collaborative intelligence, utilizing liberating structures, and the importance of deep listening.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to improve your systems How to integrate feedback How to start co-creating Links Mentioned in Episode: More about Liberating Structures  Connect with Paige  Find the Money Course Watch the Masterclass Show Highlights: The effectiveness of negative feedback Tapping into Collaborative Intelligence Automating email reminders Timestamps: 1:37 Improving systems based on member feedback 10:12 Liberating structures and 1-2-4-All 20:17 Teaching vs. Coaching 26:17 Getting people into your coaching gyms Guest Bio: Paige took her first yoga class from Alvina Haverkamp in 1998. She studied closely with her for many years and went on to pursue a teaching certification in 2004. Paige is a graduate of the Temple of Kriya Yoga Home Study program, the Swan River Yoga Advanced Teacher Training program, the Ananda Seva Mission Yoga Therapy program, and Judith Lasater's Experiential Anatomy Program and Back Care Course. And has over 500 hours of yoga training and taught over 2000 classes.
    Lately, Paige has been drawn to work with individuals, and focus on stress relief and the kind of deep nervous system reset that is required when living in such a chaotic world.
    In addition to being a yoga educator, leading weekly ongoing classes,  annual workshops, and trainings. Paige is a mother to 3 and knows what it means to be a caretaker and the importance of filling the well with self-care practices.

    • 31 min
    Coach of the Month: Jessica Drago

    Coach of the Month: Jessica Drago

    Intermittent fasting is becoming increasingly popular, but for all the yogis and yoginis out there intermittent fasting is not a new trend. In Ayurveda, we call it space eating and it is one of the pillars for a healthy life. Recently science caught up with the 4 millennia wisdom behind space-eating, and several studies have supported the health benefits of this practice.
    For the past month, Cate has been joined by several members on the Yogahealer Challenge, a fast track program, specially designed to help people overcome mediocrity to become an exceptional person and lead an exceptional life. How? By reviving the habits that make us smarter and more vital humans, such as Intermittent Fasting.
    Listen to the podcast to learn more about the Yogahealer Challenge, the benefits of intermittent fasting, and what foods you should be eating when breaking your fast.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to communicate clearly online How to develop a relationship with clients How to make the most of your skillset Links Mentioned in Episode: More about the Find the Money Course Watch the free Masterclass Find out more about Jessica’s program Show Highlights: The loneliness of leadership Overcoming money trauma Evolution and easeful living Timestamps: 1:15 Communicating directly with your ideal client 5:16 Sales and developing relationships with clients 10:40 Understanding different communication styles 16:18 Utilizing your unique skillset Guest Bio: Jessica’s journey started in 2009 with an attempt to nurture a rock-climbing injury. While taking yoga classes, she experienced an endless adventure towards self-awareness aligned with nature’s rhythms. Having suffered and recovered from various sports injuries, Jessica has an understanding of how to offer what the body needs to recuperate. 
    In the last decade, she has completed workshops certifying for Physical Therapy Aide, Massage Therapy Aide, Certified Nursing Assistant, Yoga Health Coaching, and over 200 hours of yoga teacher training. Coupling her love of habit evolution and body mechanics, she is passionate about coaching others through Ayurvedic principles towards their unique pursuit of an active and balanced lifestyle. 
    Outside of coaching, Jessica either spends family time in nature with her loving partner and son, creates wildcrafted art, tends to her plants, or dances.

    • 22 min
    Investing in your future self with Jules White From Down Under

    Investing in your future self with Jules White From Down Under

    Jules has been leading female-oriented workshops and retreats for years. But in January 2020, she decided she was ready to step it up and joined the YHC program. 
    This was huge for Jules and her family. She knew she wanted to join YHC, but struggled with the idea of investing such an amount in herself. Now, as Jules enrolls members in her program pilot, she reflects on how she overcame her impostor syndrome and how she is dealing with marketing herself. 
    Listen to the episode to learn about the step by step YHC program, how the community helps you evolve, and overcoming fear.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to invest in your future self How to overcome impostor syndrome How to approach people when enrolling Links Mentioned in Episode: More about the Find the Money Course Watch the free Masterclass Turning Negative Self Talk into Identity Evolution Show Highlights: Investing in yourself and how to explain it to your family Following the YHC steps and being open Having fun while making sales Timestamps: 4:04 Believing your future self is worth the investment 14:28 Impostor syndrome and identity evolution 20:06 Strategy calls and approaching potential members Guest Bio: Jules is a priestess, Vedic philosopher, seeker of truth, and wellness warrior, in service of the divine empowerment of women. She has been running workshops and retreats for women and consulting on environmental projects, as well as being a wife a mother to her three teenage daughters.
    A resident of Ballarat, a rural area of Victoria, Australia, Jules loves the great outdoors and enjoys hiking and camping in the bush. When she is not consulting, she is coaching her members in her Living Wisely program.

    • 29 min

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