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Create your own “Health Blueprint” for 2021 and beyond

Thursday 18 Feb 2021
7pm (AWST)

Free event

This is the workshop for you if:

  • You’re so busy coping with life that you haven’t had time to set goals for your health
  • You’d love to `improve your health but not sure where to start
  • You’ve never really had time to think about what living a healthy lifestyle means to you, let alone put a plan in place
  • You know there are some areas of your health that you’d love to improve but could do with some guidance and support.


Let’s talk about…” is a series of webinars and online courses in which we introduce the concept and basic tools of health coaching. By the end of the series you will have some reliable tools to help you connect with your client and to mentor them as they explore what is really going on in their health.

These courses assume you already have a knowledge of basic anatomy and physiology and are working in the health industry or studying towards a qualification. They are not for absolute beginners, but are, instead aimed at complementary health therapists, beauty therapists, yoga instructors and health coaches wishing to extend their knowledge.


Learn about chronic inflammation
This course is an in-depth look at chronic inflammation and will equip you with the knowledge to talk confidently to your clients about this subtle yet dangerous physiological process. In addition, the course will give you simple tools to help your clients unravel the causes of their chronic inflammation as well as explore possible solutions. In this course we will cover the basic physiology of chronic inflammation and you will learn how to detect what your client is doing in their day-to-day life that is either causing or fuelling their inflammation. You will take a look at topics such as ‘leaky gut’, dysbiosis, leptin-resistance and food intolerances. Most importantly, you will discover how to talk to your clients about chronic inflammation and help them help themselves through small changes in their diet and lifestyle.
What makes a gut healthy
This course is an in-depth look at gut health and will give you the knowledge and confidence to help clients who are struggling with digestive issues and who don’t really know what to do or where to begin. In this course you will learn the basics of what a healthy gut should be like, what makes a gut healthy and some of the most common underlying causes of poor gut health. You will take a look at topics such as ‘leaky gut’ and the gut microbiome, the importance of good eating habits and the effects of stress on the gut. Most importantly, you will discover how to talk to your clients about gut health and help them help themselves through small changes in their diet and lifestyle.
Stress and anxiety coping tools
The experience of stress is different for each and every one of us and so the focus of this course is not so much on the physiology of stress and its impact on the body. It is instead on how you, as a therapist or health professional, can guide your client through exploring their own stressors and how they can learn to deal and cope with their stress in their own way. This is a course with a difference. Although it’s aim is to empower you to help your clients cope with stress, the course itself has been developed as a journey through which you take yourself. As you progress through this journey, you will not only learn different tools and techniques to help you cope with stress, you will also experience these techniques first hand and so be able to help your clients on a very deep level. We hope you enjoy the experience!


Learn how to health coach
Listen to this free webinar to get an idea of what Health Coaching is all about.
Should I re-train as a health coach?
One question everyone seems to ask is, “How do I become a health coach?”. In this Q&A session we throw out some important questions you should be asking yourself before you go too far down this path.
Health coaching webinar
Coming soon: In this free webinar we explore more deeply the important questions you need to ask your client.