wellness professionals

  • 12/21/2009 - 10:14pm

    How do you answer when someone asks "what do you do?"  Do you say something boring like "I'm a massage therapist" or "I'm a yoga teacher" or "I'm a <insert here> practitioner"?  If you answer that way, you're not alone.  Many many holistic health and wellness professionals respond in conversation this way...

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  • 12/14/2009 - 3:29pm

    Your practice is like a garden. It needs certain ingredients and tending in order to grow, blossom and yield a harvest.  The very first thing you need to do, just like with a garden, is make space for your practice.  Not only do you need to designate a physical space for your client work to take place, you also need...

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  • 12/07/2009 - 12:38am

    With the new year just around the corner and many of us with high hopes for a better 2010, I'm inspired to share with you the important steps every practitioner needs to take to shift from being a student or volunteer into a professional, profitable practitioner.  As I've mentioned before, there's a transformation process that needs to...

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  • 11/07/2009 - 12:16am

    I spent many years observing and working in the wellness industry before I wound up enough courage to launch my own practice helping others.  For a long time, I found it more comfortable to help others on a volunteer basis and to be the support person in a wellness office instead of stepping into the confident shoes of a practitioner who...

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  • 10/30/2009 - 4:44pm

    Yesterday, I met with a supporter of mine so we could work on some strategy for growing our businesses and find new ways to deal with obstacles that keep popping up.  With my help, she clarified the mission and vision for her business, and with her help, I uncovered a crucial characteristic of my ideal client that I hadn't noticed before...

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