Though most of us know that we need to be fitter, lose weight, exercise more, eat healthier, etc. but we find that it is difficult to make these critical changes on our own. We might begin a fitness program or go on a diet, but we do not seem to be able to follow through with what we have started. We seem to get confused with our journey towards our goal; that’s where a wellness coach will help you.
Through thoughtful assessment and inquiry, collaborative problem-solving and goal-setting, and safe, open, and honest dialogue, coaches help their clients become clear on where they are, where they want to go, and how to get there.
- A wellness coach will help you to establish fitness and nutrition goals and see that you accomplish them, little by little.
- A Wellness Coach can work with you to set goals, prioritize what matters most, and help you to follow through!
- A good coach will help you build confidence in your ability to make changes and create new (healthy habits) on your own.
In Wellness Coaching, a close relationship and partnership with a coach provide structure, accountability, expertise, and inspiration. It enables the client to learn, grow, and develop beyond what he or she can do alone.
Wellness Coaching includes discussions about anything that impacts your health, fitness, and general well-being. The five main areas that a Wellness Coach can help with are fitness, nutrition, stress management, weight, and other health-related issues. Wellness Coaching can help you to eat healthier, get fitter, and increase your daily energy. The main focus of Wellness Coaching is to make long-lasting healthy lifestyle changes, not to provide quick fixes.
A Wellness Coach will support and guide you; to create your definition of well-being and what that means to you. The main focus of Wellness Coaching is to concentrate on your strengths and build on them to help you realize your goals. Together, you and the coach will identify your motivators and obstacles as you create your wellness vision for the future.
Wellness Coaching makes clients feel accountable to themselves. They make and honor their commitments to reaching their goals, accomplishing more than they believed possible when they began.
Coaches provide instruction and mentoring to their clients, and help them set goals, define an action plan, and navigate the path until they reach their goals.