The ELEVATE Group Coaching Program was designed for 2 reasons:
This is how it works:
Can’t find a date that works for you? If you can’t attend any or all sessions, but you have questions you want answered (which you probably do!), then just submit your questions via the Question Form you’ll receive, and watch the replay for your answers!
2022 dates are as follows:
If you can’t attend any or all sessions, but you have questions you want answered (which you probably do!), then just submit your questions via the Question Form you’ll receive, and watch the replay for your answers!
In order to join ELEVATE, you must be a current student or client either by purchasing the ELEVATE X 8 Bundle here or by signing up for The 8 Weeks to Awesome course, The 8 Weeks to Awesome Signature Private Coaching Program or The Wellness Advantage Corporate Challenge.
In your registration emails, you will have received a link to a Welcome video that tells you everything you should complete before Session 1. You can also find this video on your password-protected replay page.
Yes, absolutely! As an example, you could start the course in January, complete it in February, but then start ELEVATE Group Coaching in the spring or fall. Although it’s recommended to do the programs at the same time, it’s not mandatory.
Your session recordings are available on your password-protected page for the duration of your program and can be accessed via your Welcome email or Zoom emails.
We upload the replays of each session to your password-protected page within 24 hours of the session being completed. If it’s beyond 24 hours, definitely contact us so we can figure out where the glitch is!
The link to submit your questions can be found in your Welcome email, or any of your Zoom emails.
ELEVATE is 9 weeks. When you signed up for the program, you were asked to choose your start date. Your program sessions will expire once the 9th session is complete.
You can always join again at any time!
To protect your privacy, the ELEVATE sessions are in a webinar format, meaning your name and face are not public. If you ask or answer questions via the chat, your Zoom profile name will appear.
Also, if you submit questions in advance of our sessions, you have the option of sharing your name or not.