Additional Health Articles
Yoga and Body Image
Posted on August 12, 2015
Practicing yoga can have a strong impact on how you feel about your body - but whether that impact is positive or negative depends a great deal on you, and what you bring to the practice. If you struggle with negative body image or food issues, ask yourself whether your primary goal for your yoga posture practice is to get a ‘“yoga body.” See if your dedication is masking compulsive exercise, or if you’re using hard, fast and intense asanas to distract yourself from deep or uncomfortable feelings. Check in with your inner dialogue, too. Often, even when we can contort ourselves into the most advanced postures, our thoughts are still repeating, “body not good enough.” After all, how we show up on our mats is a reflection of how we show up in life.
What Yoga Can Teach You About Your Relationship with Food
Posted on August 11, 2015
As the Zen master Cheri Huber once said, "How you do anything is how you do everything!” Yoga can teach us many, many things about our relationship to life, and in particular, our relationship to food. Our eating style is a reflection of our internal state, and when we are feeling stressed or chaotic, it’s likely our eating style will be that way too. When we are feeling balanced and relaxed, that’s how we show up with food. When we practice yoga, we become more mindful, which makes a big difference at the dinner table. After all, we don’t do yoga to be better at yoga - we do yoga to show up better in life. So what can yoga teach you about your relationship with food? Let’s take a look at the foundational guidelines that underlie all of yoga, the Yamas and Niyamas.
5 Ways to Break Your
Emotional Ties To SugarPosted on July 30, 2015
Ahhhhh, the sweet taste of sugar. Gooey chocolate brownies, red velvet cupcakes, lollipops and hard candy, blueberry pie with vanilla ice cream, warm chocolate chip cookies straight from the oven. These are a few of our favorite things…but are they really? Enjoying a wonderful dessert at a special dinner is one thing, but strong sugar cravings every day are another.
5 Reasons to Work With
An Eating Psychology CoachPosted on July 23, 2015
Are you in a health rut? Frustrated with your efforts to lose weight? Worn down by negative thoughts about your body? Or feeling challenged by a lifetime of eating habits that take you further away from your weight and health goals?
7 Surprising Reasons Why Your Body is Weight Loss Resistant
Posted on July 17, 2015
You’ve been working so hard to lose weight – eating the right foods and exercising – and the scale doesn’t budge. You do everything right and nothing seems to make a difference. No matter how little you eat, what diet you follow, or how vigorously you exercise, the weight just won’t come off. The question is, why?
5 Tips for a Happier Body Image
Posted on July 16, 2015
5 Things to Avoid in a Health Coach Training
Posted on July 14, 2015
As the demand for health coaches continues to expand in the market, more and more health coach trainings are becoming available to meet the need. If you do a search online under health coach trainings, you’ll find both virtual programs and brick and mortar schools that promise to prepare you to help people improve and transform their health.
The Science and Psychology of Intuitive Eating
Posted on July 9, 2015
Imagine a world where you woke up each day and had an easy relationship with food. You ate when you were hungry and stopped when you were full. There were no moments of being hard on yourself. No beatings when you ate something “bad.” No shame or guilt. No eating out of anger or sadness. You simply ate what you wanted and felt good in your body.
5 Reasons Why Becoming an Eating Psychology Coach Can Transform Your Practice
Posted on July 7, 2015
Perhaps as a professional you have a driving passion to help others heal and transform their health, but lately your business is just not what you want it to be. When you set up shop as a business owner you had visions of helping clients change their lives. But sometimes it can feel like you’re in a slump.
7 Signs That You Might Want to Become an Eating Psychology Coach
Posted on July 3, 2015
How to Earn a Living as a Health Coach
Posted on July 2, 2015
You worked hard to get your certification as a Health Coach and it’s time to strike out into the world to share your super powers to improve the health of others. But what is next? How do you earn a living as a Health Coach?
The Difference Between a Health Coach and an Eating Psychology Coach
Posted on June 30, 2015
One of the great advances in the field of health and healing has been the emergence of the coaching profession. Coaches have made health information and education available to a huge number of people who are looking for a whole new way to live a more vital and disease-free life. There are many different kinds of coaches, and it’s important to understand how they vary so you can make the best choice for your needs.
8 Great Reasons to Become an Eating Psychology Coach
Posted on June 26, 2015
If you are looking to become a health coach you need to weigh your options for what type of certification you would like to receive. Any potential training will have its own unique personality, characteristics and tools. And graduates of each training will have something unique to offer the world that sets them apart from one another.
8 Attributes of the Best Health Coach Trainings
Posted on June 25, 2015
If you are someone who is passionate about the desire to help others lead healthier lives you may be a natural health coach. But as you look around for potential trainings you decide that you do not want to be just any health coach: you want to help transform lives!
4 Tips for Choosing an Online Nutrition Training
Posted on June 23, 2015
So you have decided to devote yourself to helping people get healthy. You are looking for online options for training and certification in nutrition. You do a search on the web and up pop a plethora of options. But how do you choose?
Four Tips for Choosing an Online Health Coach Training
Posted on June 21, 2015