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Michael Cavalier Embraced His Big Dream and Coaches Others to do the Same

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/31/20 8:00 AM

“Life coaching is a powerful way to develop new ways of thinking and discover the mental and emotional roadblocks that prevent us from achieving our life's goals,” explains Michael Cavalier, a Mind Body Transformational Psychology graduate, “With this newfound awareness, tools to empower us, and an system of accountability there is no limit to the world opening up to us and to the personal and professional growth we're seeking.”

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Topics: Life Coaching, Great Graduate, Hypnotherapy, national life coaching month

Trina Scott Uses Life Coaching to Triumph After Trauma

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/30/20 8:00 AM

“To be a good coach, your clients want to know your experience,” says Trina Scott, a graduate of the Transformational Life Coaching program at SWIHA, “Oftentimes, it's hard for someone to trust you if you haven't experienced something similar. You want them to feel safe opening up to you.”

Experience is something that Trina has plenty of. She shares with us: “My life was a struggle for me because I had lost my husband. He was a police officer killed in the line of duty. I was searching for my purpose as I was trying to raise four daughters alone.

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Topics: Great Graduates, Life Coaching, national life coaching month, Relationship Coaching, Trauma Coaching

Suzanne Wigginton Uses Sound and Intuitive Guidance to Bring Clarity

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/29/20 8:00 AM

“Effective life coaching provides relief, restores hope and offers ease so that life feels manageable and meaningful,” says Suzanne Wigginton, “The work helps to clear the way, connect the dots and align clients with healing pathways and perspectives.”

Suzanne served as a Massage Therapist for many years after getting her education at Southwest Institute of Healings Arts. Before her venture into the healing arts, she worked as a paralegal and knew that she was destined for more.

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Topics: Sound Healing, Great Graduates, Life Coaching, national life coaching month

Tami Sharp Takes a No-Nonsense Approach to Soulwork

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/28/20 8:00 AM

“There are a lot of different types of coaches out there and a lot that spent more time learning marketing than how to be a strong coach,” Tami Sharp, creator of The F You Point, tells us, “For me, life coaching is like hiring a personal trainer for your soul. Sure, if you want to get in shape you can do it on your own. However, if you want to expedite the experience, have deeper and more noticeable results in less time, you hire someone that's been trained to help you push past your limits and holds you accountable for achieving your goals.”

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Topics: Great Graduates, Life Coaching, clinical hypnotherapy, national life coaching month

Reilynn Sarmiento Coaches Teens to Think Positive and Achieve

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/27/20 8:00 AM

“Life Coaching is a way for others to have someone to be a sounding board, to have someone ask simple questions that trigger a positive plan of action without telling the client what to do and to have them explore outside of their comfort zone,” Reilynn Sarmiento, a Massage Therapy graduate of Southwest Institute of Healing Arts explains, “We guide by allowing them to explore their own horizons and have them set goals for themselves.”

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Topics: Great Graduates, Life Coaching, Massage Therapy, national life coaching month

Cherie Lee Uses Hypnotherapy and Intuition to Guide Others to Happiness

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/26/20 8:00 AM

“Life coaching is a one-on-one conversation between a practitioner and a client, in which the practitioner asks very direct questions to withdraw the client's soul desires and answers to help enable the client to reach their goals through positive life changing tasks,” explains Cherie Lee, a Mind-Body Wellness Practitioner graduate, author, non-denominational minister and business owner.

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Topics: Great Graduates, Life Coaching, Hypnotherapy, national life coaching month

Dr. Alisa Cooper Embraces an Integrative Approach

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/25/20 8:00 AM

“Life Coaching, to me, begins with helping someone clarify what they really want to be doing with their lives and helping them map out a plan to get there via a series of specific,attainable goals,” says Dr. Alisa Cooper, “It requires holding them accountable for taking action steps to get there. It also involves recognizing and overcoming the limiting beliefs that can lead to self sabotage and stagnation.”

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Topics: Great Graduates, Life Coaching, national life coaching month, Wellness Coach

Alex Kurth Uses Her Passion for Health as a Wellness Coach

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/24/20 8:00 AM

“Health and Nutrition Coaching is a type of life coaching focused on moving the client forward on the path of health. One foundational pillar of this coaching is that of ‘bio-individuality’; the idea that each person is unique in their biology and will therefore will need to discover what works for their own, unique experience,” Alex Kurth, a SWIHA graduate, tells us, ”The client must do the work, however the coach is their biggest fan and is always cheering them on and rooting for a win.”

Before becoming a Wellness Coach through her business, A Kurth Life, Alex Kurth was facilitating the Memory Care Program at an assisted living facility for seniors who had Alzheimer's and Dementia.

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Topics: Great Graduates, Life Coaching, Holistic Nutrition, national life coaching month, Wellness Coach

Rachel Horton White Utilizes Intuition to Bring Clarity to Her Clients

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/23/20 8:00 AM

“Life coaching, to me, is helping people move toward the life they long for in their potential futures,” explains Rachel Horton White, founder of Soulful Work Intuitive Consulting, “It is listening with an open heart to the client's needs and desires, and gently nudging them along to take risks and move out of their comfort zone to becoming the highest and best version of who they really are. It is also about giving the powerful tools to help them get ‘unstuck’ in their lives.”

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Topics: Great Graduates, Life Coaching, Spiritual Coaching, national life coaching month

Autumn Blackwood Blends Ritual and Spiritual Coaching to Manifest Growth

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/22/20 8:00 AM

“Life Coaching is uncovering client's raw talents, passions, and deepest desires and using motivation and other tools to make all their dreams come true, while tapping into that pure potential we all have inside of us!” says Autumn Blackwood, founder of The Untamed Priestess.

Autumn was a grocery store cashier when she began to seek out an education in the Wellness industry. She discovered SWIHA after much research, and ultimately graduated from the Holistic Wellness Practitioner program. Through The Untamed Priestess, Autumn now offers Reiki, spiritual coaching and tarot reading, as well as facilitates women’s circles.

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Topics: Great Graduates, Life Coaching, Spiritual Coaching, national life coaching month

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