Posts Tagged ‘health coach training’

A Testimonial

Below is a testimonial for one of our Health Coaches:


“I want to let you know how much I have appreciated being part of the Health Coach Training Program! The content was beyond my expectations – including Attraction Marketing as well as very comprehensive information about Coaching. Although I have gained much knowledge, I believe that it is my personal experience that has been impacted most profoundly. I have learned to listen more attentively, have more compassion and empathy, as well as to communicate more effectively as a result of the coaching training. I believe that I am a more well rounded individual as a result of this experience! This program is well worth the cost and the time commitment!! My thanks to you for making this experience possible!”


Know Your Number Health Score

Are you familiar with “The Biggest Loser”?

Well, we at Health Coach Training,  have a special business relationship with BioSignia, the creator of the Know Your Number HealthScore featured on NBC’s hit TV show, The Biggest Loser.

All of our current Health Coach Training Program students and graduates can provide their clients with predictive modeling through the Know Your Number HealthScore at a substantial savings.

Click on the “More Information on

Health Coaching” link on the right.

Testimonial from a Health Coach who completed our training!

“The HealthCoach Training Program was very empowering, freeing and life changing for me. Even my voice highly improved this year. Thank You! Thank You! Thank You for everything!”

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Health Coaching along side your Existing Business

 Some people find that health coaching is integrating well with an existing business. Perhaps you are simply looking for a career change, or to supplement your income. Maybe your desire is to improve your own overall health. Regardless of your goal, health coach training can help you reach your goals. And an overwhelming number of our trained health coaches find their work fun, more like play than work.


Health Tip of the Day: 

According to the Rand Institute being obese leads to
pre-mature aging by as much as 20 years.