Posts Tagged ‘Wellness Coaching’

A New Design (21)Cholesterol is a fatty wax-like substance, produced by the body and consumed in the diet, which plays a major role in the body’s normal functioning. However, the wrong balance of cholesterol in the blood can increase the risk of atherosclerosis and CVD.

There are two main types of cholesterol in the blood: (more…)

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Weight Loss FB posterOverweight and obesity are defined as abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that presents a risk to health. Overweight and obesity are major risk factors for a number of chronic diseases, including diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and cancer. No two persons are alike and why you got to where you are today and what will work for you to lose weight hence will be different.

Health and wellness coaching will facilitate you to understand the root cause of your problem and help you create a roadmap that is self-directive driven by intrinsic motivation to make lifestyle behavioral changes so that you can have a better quality of life. (more…)

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FB poster 6The National Wellness Institute, USA has adopted the following definition of Wellness. “ Wellness is a process of becoming aware of making choices toward a more successful existence.”  Health  & Wellness Coaching is the application of the principles and processes of professional life coaching to the goals of lifestyle improvement for higher levels of wellness. It is an alliance between a professional health & wellness coach and a person (or persons) who, through the benefit of that relationship, seeks lasting, lifestyle behavioral changes. (more…)

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The time has come. There surely is a paradigm shift in the way healthcare will be offered going forward. Could you have thought about wellness programs and health & wellness coaching being provided within a hospital setting say about just a few year ago? It’s happening and what a welcome change that is. (more…)

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Group/Personal Health Coaching

Screen Shot 2016-03-14 at 5.46.48 PM“Together in partnership, we eradicate the root cause of disease and reduce the changes of it recurring by making lifestyle behavioral changes that last a lifetime.” (more…)

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Interestingly enough there are strong cultural implications of an Indian society that amplifies the rigid character defense. Through Barbara Ann Brennan’s work, we know that the main issue of people with the rigid character defense is claiming their authenticity (Brennan, 1993). This is caused by separation from their core essence and complete focus on keeping their outer world appearance perfect (Brennan, 1993, pg.245). (more…)

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