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Natural Awakenings Ann Arbor Michigan

Try Using a Health Coach this Year

Jan 02, 2018 12:00AM
Radhika Kakarala, M.D., MS, CHWC, owner of My Peak Wellness, is offering Introduction to Health and Wellness Coaching Conference calls from 1 to 1:30 p.m., January 15, 22 and 29. “Most people set new year goals to improve their health and wellness with very little success. When you work with a health and wellness coach, you dig deep and set meaningful goals that have a high rate of success. Moreover, you become more mindful of your blind spots and implement strategies in advance so they don’t become your liability. People get easily discouraged and quit when they don’t succeed,” he says. “Your partnership with a coach shifts your perspective from seeing the lack of accomplishment as a failure to viewing it as a valuable lesson. Many of my clients achieve their greatest self-awareness during these sessions. There is no cost to participate in a 20-minute, no-obligation consultation to see if working with me is a right fit for you.” Kakarala is a primary care physician with 23 years of experience who specializes in using a healthy lifestyle to prevent or reverse lifestyle-related diseases.

Call 605-475-4059 and use access code 608535. For more information, visit

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