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Natural Awakenings Twin Cities

Why Health Coaching Could Be the Game-Changer You Need


As people are becoming more health-conscious, the demand for health coaches is on the rise. On April 13, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Candi Broeffle, publisher of Natural Awakenings Twin Cities magazine, will interview Bruce Cryer, executive director of the Integrative Health Institute at Salem University, in a webinar focused on the benefits of health coaching and how to become one through their affordable online program.

A health coach is a trained professional who helps individuals make positive lifestyle changes and achieve their health goals. Health coaches work in various settings, including private practice, healthcare clinics and wellness centers. Clients seek health coaching for a number of reasons, but the overall goal is to improve health and wellbeing.

Understanding the stress and trauma all people experience and gaining the tools needed to be able to make better choices are just some of the skills students learn as a health coach. “Whether you are curious about health coaching for yourself, or if you are passionate about making a difference in others’ lives, this program may be just what is needed,” says Broeffle.

Cost: Free. Location: Online. To register, visit