Aug 21, 2019
In this episode of the Yoga Health Coaching Podcast, I sit down
with Rachel Peters to discuss some key aspects of being a
successful wellness professional. We break down the tools we need
to help Yoga Health Coaches have an impact on a bigger scale. Tune
in to learn what skills you need to cultivate in order to scale
your leadership and your membership.
What you’ll get out of tuning in:
and Rachel discuss how to cultivate compassion as a way of
dissolving perfectionism, and why this tool is important in
developing the ability to sit with discomfort.
talks about the book Scaling Leadership and the difference between highly reactive
leaders and highly creative leaders.
- Rachel explains how her desire shifted from
large-scale impact to deeper, smaller-scale
explains why the desire to belong is an important facet to
Links Mentioned in Episode:
- 0:46-3:01 - Cate’s
- 3:02-5:52 - Rachel
explains how her desire shifted from large-scale impact to deeper,
smaller-scale impact. Cate explains why the desire to belong is an
important facet to membership communities.
- 5:52-8:55 - Cate talks
about the book Scaling
Leadership and the
difference between highly reactive leaders and highly creative
- 10:16-12:55 - How do you
know whether you have good people skills?
- 12:56-17:55 - How do you keep people around and supported
without having to do it all yourself? Identifying and cultivating
- 21:31-24:23 - Cultivating
compassion as a way of dissolving perfectionism. The ability to sit
- 24:24-28:46 - Cate discusses the value of knowing your
strengths and weaknesses when building a membership community.
- 28:48-32:30 - Cate explains how
new members start to fit into a dynamic group.
- 32:30-37:07 - Cate and Rachel
discuss how different personality types show up in a dynamic
you have a sense of belonging and you show people how they can grow
next and how they can lead . . now you’re scaling leadership.” ---
you don’t build the infrastructure for [your course members] to
step into [leadership], you’re never going to scale your
leadership.” --- Cate Stillman
Since 2001 Rachel has been
supporting others through body, mind and heart-based yoga classes,
trainings, mentoring and workshops. Her goal is to share how these
practices have helped her shift into a more conscious, vibrant and
easeful relationship to life and to support anyone who is ready to
do the same. She’s been a serious practitioner and student of yoga
from a young age and has thousands of hours of teacher training,
immersions, workshops and retreats with phenomenal and inspiring
teachers. In 2011 Rachel answered a deep calling and began her
studies of Ayurveda with Cate Stillman at Yoga Healer. That same
year, she began intensive studies with Paul Muller-Ortega of Blue
Throat Yoga on the practice and theory of meditation and embraced a
daily meditation practice that changed her life. These
simultaneously launched her into a clear vision and daily approach
of what she needed to do in order to thrive in the modern world.
She now offers Ayurvedic Living immersions to help you to get light
in your body, clear in your mind, and thrive in your