• Posted 15/12/2019 8:49pm

Why Choose A Health Coach?

What do you need to reach the next level? To overcome the next obstacle? To find a better, more healthy way of living? Have you heard of a health coach?

To be successful in life, it helps to have someone who understands you, who sees the potential in you, and will hold you to account when you feel like giving up.

Coaching and The All Blacks

Just take the All Blacks for example. It’s no accident they’re consistently the best team in the world, and one of the reasons is the range of top level coaching they receive. In addition to the head coach and assistant coach, the All Blacks also make use of a defense coach, a scrum coach, strength and conditioning coach and a mental skills coach, just to name a few. These people are experts at what they do, and share their expertise to help the All Blacks get the most out of every game.

Are you getting the most out of life? Perhaps you suffer from chronic pain or fatigue? Constantly feel tired or lacking energy? Do you have a skin condition or an uncomfortable feeling that just won’t go away no matter what you try? You could benefit from Mark Webster as your health coach.

What Is A Health Coach

A health coach is someone who will create a plan, share their expertise with you, and find ways to motivate you towards your health and wellbeing goals. So, if you’re looking to make changes in life to improve your health and wellbeing, what should you do?

“Before signing up with a health coach, or any other kind of coach, you want to see their credentials. What makes them qualified to be a health coach?” says Mark.

For example, Mark holds a Bachelor of Pharmacy, is a Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of New Zealand, is a Diplomate of the American Board of Anti-Aging Health Professionals, holds a Fellowship in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine, as well as a Masters of Health Science in Integrated Medicine. These are serious qualifications from respected institutions which show Mark has put the time into studying how to improve people’s health and wellbeing.

Can Your Health Coach Deliver?

In addition to their formal qualifications, before seeking advice from a health coach you’ll want to know that they can deliver on what’s promised. Namely, sound advice for your health and well being.

Ask how long they have been a health coach. How many people would they say they have treated. Do they have any feedback or testimonials on their website, Facebook or Google? In addition to Mark’s nearly thirty years as a pharmacist, he’s been consulting with people about their health for over a decade. He’s treated over a thousand people, and his track record of recommending evidence-based health and wellbeing solutions is outstanding.

“Every prescribed medicine has nutritional and biological consequences. Some are positive, and some are negative. As your health coach, my ultimate goal is working out a future focused approach to your wellbeing. Looking at how to maximise the effectiveness of your medicines, whilst working with your other health providers like your GP or medical specialist to ensure you have the best options for your future health,” says Mark.

So if you’re looking for a health coach to help you make changes to improve your health and wellbeing, don’t leave it to chance. Book a time to see Mark Webster, and start on a path leading to your long term health and wellbeing.


Book Now

14 Oct

Case Study: Sensitive Skin

As parents, we always want to do what’s best for our children. Seeing them ill or in pain can be very distressing. All you want to do is hug them and make them better. But what do you do when the ‘conventional’ treatments aren’t working?

16 Mar

Livaux Inside

We all know about 5 Plus A Day to stay healthy. That every day, we should be eating five servings of fresh fruit and vegetables. Sometimes, if we’re feeling unwell and want to get better, we need to take even more. But how?

Latest Posts

  • Is your health stuck in a traffic jam?

    23 Thursday, 2020

    Don’t you just hate feeling like you’re stuck in traffic? You’re stuck on a long stretch of road, there are no turn-offs or off-ramps, and you feel like you’re going nowhere fast. Isn’t this the same sometimes with our health?

  • Are you really eating 'healthy'?

    15 Monday, 2020

    We’re told so much about food. What’s healthy, what’s good for us. There is so much information out there. New studies every month, it can get a bit confusing. Some of the experts in our industry who are meant to be telling us the ‘right’ or ‘healthy’ things to eat are sometimes dealing with corrupt information. 

  • Staying Connected In Isolation

    06 Monday, 2020

    At this time when we’re talking about isolation and social distancing, I want to encourage you that it’s not the same as losing the emotional connection to other people. For your wellbeing, how are you staying connected?

  • Your Seatbelt of Health

    13 Friday, 2020

    Coming into winter, what’s your seatbelt of health? What added layer of protection do you need to prevent yourself from serious harm?