Group Coaching

Group coaching is an alternative to the one-on-one coaching style, where Sarah facilitates and coaches a small group together. This is a high value and lower cost option to nutrition coaching, and offers some benefits that one-on-one coaching does not. It may be right for you!

The Benefits of Group Coaching

Power in Numbers: Group coaching has been shown to improve motivation, increase accountability and result in long lasting change.
Community: Group coaching offers the chance to build a community, share in your goals, struggles and learn from one another experiences.
Cost effective: The price is less than working individually one-on-one with a nutrition coach.
Support: Group coaching offers the chance to feel supported, and support others in your long term health goals.

Group Coaching$250 + HST

Includes:

  • 4 consecutive sessions, 1 hour per week
  • 5-6 people per group
  • Consistent and unlimited individual e-mail support throughout the four weeks
  • Food journal review, each week, via e-mail
  • A safe, warm and welcoming environment

Details:

Once you sign up for a group coaching session, you will receive a welcome e-mail from Sarah, where she will provide you with all handouts and worksheets for the month. Included in the welcome package is an initial intake form to fill out, and bring with you to the first session.
Session #1: Introduction, structured review of each members health goals, health history, previous or current struggles and hurdles. Sarah reviews key themes and important nutrition information, based on the group’s need. Each attendee will leave with specific goals for the week + homework including a food journal.
Session #2 + #3: Everyone reviews their week, their goals and any struggles and hurdles that came up. Sarah will discuss relevant nutrition information as per the group’s need. Each attendee will leave both sessions with new goals for the week + homework including a food journal.
Session #4: Review, conclude and reflect on the past three weeks. Discuss long-term goals and long-term action plan for each attendee. Discuss relevant nutrition information based on groups need.