Kudos - Faith Wollner
Nutritional coach and yoga instructor Faith Wollner, of Welcome Om, in Trumbull, recently completed the Core Coaching for Effective Change program through Coach Training Alliance, in Boulder, Colorado.
“I took the course because I’m a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City and this additional program really resonated with me as a way to train me to better help people get where they want to go,” Wollner says. “This is all about working with people and helping them see that they can achieve their goals.”
Wollner will further her connection to hatha yoga in August when she embarks upon her 500-hour intensive certification at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.
For more information, call Wollner at 203-414-0532
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