Published:
June 9, 2014
Last Updated:
March 4, 2021

IIN Curriculum Sample

Are you passionate about health and wellness and helping others? Maybe you’re the go-to wellness expert at the dinner party, or the one your friends call when they’re having relationship problems, or the go-to person for workout tips. Sound familiar?

If so, the great news is that it’s possible to transform these passions and abilities into a fulfilling and lucrative career. Even better, you’ll be helping the world while doing so.

At Integrative Nutrition, the largest nutrition school in the world, you’ll get access to some of the most innovative lectures and discussions about health today, with the world’s leading experts as your teachers. You’ll also receive hands-on training to help build your own business from the ground up, whether it’s a health coaching practice, a line of detox juices, a yoga studio, or whatever else inspires you.

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In this video, Health Coach and IIN graduate Sharon Stevens guides you through a preview of IIN’s cutting-edge curriculum. You’ll learn what the school has to offer, hear from the likes of David Wolfe, Susan Blum, and IIN Founder, Director, and Primary Teacher Joshua Rosenthal, and find out how Integrative Nutrition can help you achieve your goals. Watch now!

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