The IIN Community Is Your Strongest Resource, Now and Always

Published:

March 26, 2020

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Strength in numbers.

It may seem like your whole world has been turned upside down in the last few weeks. But you’re not alone. No, really, it’s not a cliché – you’re truly not alone. Everyone has been confronted with needing to completely change how they go about their daily lives, and quickly.

The IIN community isn’t just made up of 100,000 students and graduates in over 155 countries. It also includes the thousands upon thousands of people they have helped over nearly 30 years. The ripple effect has been in action all this time, but now we’re seeing the tangible outcomes more clearly than ever. Our community has rallied together to support their families, their communities, and most important, each other.

We recently compiled resources from health experts in the IIN curriculum as well as our esteemed conference speakers so you can take care of your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. In addition to those resources, we're providing even more to take care of your whole self, with love from your peers, classmates, and fellow Health Coaches.

 

Fitness resources:

Sabrina Wescott, Class of 2017, spoke to her local radio station about how to create an at-home workout routine – no weights required!

Clare Riordan, Class of 2013, is a certified Pilates instructor offering live video classes long before it became the only option! She’s offering the IIN community an incredible discount on her video packages, which you can find by clicking the above link and selecting IIN FAMILY at checkout.

Nina Agdal, set to graduate this year, just launched her new fitness app that will also offer nutrition guides and tips to stay healthy. She also shares how she’s currently coping with being home and having to switch up her daily routine.

 

Food and recipe resources:

Heather Ferber, Class of 2012, shares her immune-boosting food tips with her local news station and free healthy recipes on her website.

Recipe developer and content creator Lauren Chambers, Class of 2016, is all about the hormone-balancing superfoods that are also super easy to make at home and freeze for later.

Former D1 athlete turned Health Coach Alec Treffers, Class of 2019, has tons of recipes for you to get inspired to get into the kitchen and make some nourishing, tasty food.

 

Wellness and mindfulness resources:

Chef, author, and speaker Daniella Malfitano, Class of 2019, created a 14-day virtual health challenge, where she’ll give you one healthy meal suggestion, one mindfulness tool, and one movement exercise each day!

Beth Romanski, Class of 2014, wrote five steps to stay healthy during times of stress, including one that may surprise you.

Brittany Anderson, Class of 2019, shares how to support your immune system during this stressful time – first and foremost, take a deep breath.

The Balanced Beyars, Class of 2017, are three sisters on a mission to help people achieve hormonal balance. They offer tons of free resources, including a discounted “stay at home” package with coaching, recipes, and workouts.

Ashley McGuirk, Class of 2017, certified personal trainer, and yoga teacher, shares how to stay grounded with breathing, food and movement.

Stephanie Powers, Class of 2017 and host of The Lightworkers Lounge podcast, speaks with Lisa Dumas, a therapeutic yoga educator, about how to manage anxiety by creating empowering tool kits.

 

Inspiration and business resources:

In her latest podcast episode, Amanda Cook, Class of 2012, tells you why your wellness skills are so needed right now.

Sarah Kay Hoffman, Class of 2012, is offering a seven-day course to help Health Coaches get unstuck, refine their target market, and create a successful online business. And she’s giving the IIN community a special discount with promo code: IINAGUTSYGIRL

Pilar Gerasimo, host of The Living Experiment podcast with Dallas Hartwig, has over 100 free episodes to listen to, including relevant episodes on coping, news, anxiety, loneliness, decluttering, idleness, and creativity versus consumption. She also shares how to create a morning ritual that can help maintain some sense of normalcy each day and is providing the IIN audience with the first chapter of her new book, The Healthy Deviant.

 

Continue sharing with us how we can help you.

During these unprecedented times when we’re all learning how to shift into our “new normal,” we’re so grateful to have you right here with us, sharing what you need from us to help you do so with grace and ease. We’re dedicated to supporting you, especially when it means that you can continue to do the amazing work that brings health and happiness to everyone around you.

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