Health Coaches in the News Worldwide
From sea to shining sea and all across the world our graduates are making a difference!
One of the things we love about being an online school is that we have a truly global community.
With over 70,000 students and graduates around the world creating change in their communities. We are making a huge impact and creating a healthier, happier world together.
We call this the ripple effect.
We’re so inspired by the work of our graduates and love more than anything to see their efforts featured in news!
So today, we thought we’d share with you just a few of the articles that came across our desks this week!
Waitara, New Zealand – Could ancestry be the key to better health? 2013 Graduate Michelle Yandle chatted with the Taranaki Daily News all about her new book on how to make diets less confusing by going back to our roots.
Santa Barbara, California – Health Coach Valeska Voiges, Class of 2013, walked one lucky Noozhawk Columnist around their local farmer’s market sharing with her how to choose the most healthy, nourishing foods, and to live life better.
Portland, Maine – Healthy coffee? 2013 Graduate Heidi Symonds gave her secret for a nourishing mocha latte on the Morning Report. Yum.
Inspiring stuff, right?
So how about you? If you could be featured anywhere what’s the story you’d want told and how would you spread the ripple effect? Let us know in the comments below!