You’ll learn how to help people achieve whole health, wherever they are in their lives, by looking at the whole picture: Primary Food, Food/Mood Connection, Deconstructing Cravings, Energetics of Food, and so much more!
Institute for Integrative Nutrition will provide you with everything you’ll need to launch a successful health coaching practice and offers a worldwide community of students, alumni, and faculty to support you on your journey.
Health Coaches help their clients clarify their goals by identifying what’s most important and focus on the here and now. Health Coaches use a whole-person approach to health and help their clients be accountable for the changes they make.
Health Coaches work in private practice, in gyms, doctor’s offices, wellness centers, corporate wellness programs, hospitals, and within other healthcare organizations. They work with individuals and groups, offer sessions, classes, or workshops. Health Coaches make their own schedules, working full or part-time, and charging up to $200 an hour for their services.
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When I enrolled in Institute for Integrative Nutrition, I wasn’t looking to be a health coach. Honestly, I wasn’t sure what I was looking for. A few years prior, I was researching alternatives to drug therapy for my chronic sinus condition – sinusitis, allergies, etc. I wanted something better than pill popping, nasal sprays, and weekly shots.
I was also about 30 pounds overweight from a college diet of pizza and bagels. My weight was negatively affecting my ankles and reproductive system, and I was tired all the time. I hated the work I was doing and didn’t feel like my life had much purpose.
I had spent the year transitioning to a plant-based diet free of all animal products, and noticed a profound change in my health and overall well-being. I also noticed how my dietary changes were affecting those around me and I began to question our relationship and attachment to food.
Around the same time I enrolled at IIN, I decided to take my Kundalini Yoga practice further and trained to become a teacher.
That was 2004.
Today, I no longer stress about my weight and I’ve since released all dogma about what it means to be healthy and the idea of good versus bad foods. I’ve come to understand that everyone must start where they are and make habitual changes for lifelong health and well-being.
Integrative Nutrition helped me realize that what we eat is just part of who we are, and while it’s important, it’s not the only qualifier of a happy, healthy, and meaningful life.
I have a satisfying career making full-time money working part-time as a Self-Care Coach, running an organic buying club, and consulting for food and farming.
If you’d like to learn more about my experience at Institute for Integrative Nutrition e-mail me at email@example.com. I’m happy to answer any questions you may have about the program.