I’ve been writing more and more online, and I’ve met some incredible women who are doing fun and interesting things, both professionally and personally, along the way.  One of the groups I belong to is Mamacoach Circle.  The name is somewhat deceptive in that you don’t have to be a mama to participate, but most of us are coaches of one sort or another.  The women in our group vary from health and nutrition coaches to creativity and life coaches.  It’s an eclectic and seriously good-hearted group of people.

I mentioned in a previous post about continuing education on your own terms that online courses are a great way to try new things and to explore areas that you’ve long been interested in.  I go on and on to friends about the tremendous amount of fun I had in Shannon Kinney Duh’s Inside Out e-course, and I’m currently taking Liv Lane’s How to Build a Blog You Truly Love, which has given me great insight into writing and ideas for my classroom that I’m eager to use this fall.

As I was writing about my experiences with online classes, both as a teacher and as a student, I thought it would be a great idea to ask some of my Mamacoach friends to share a little bit about some of the cool programs and classes they have planned for the next few months.

mamacoachbootcamp This summer, Mamacoach Circle goes Bootcamp. And its free!

I first came across Hannah Marcotti’s blog about a year ago and was instantly taken in by her fresh look at life and her warm photography.  Since that time, I participated in Hannah’s Joy Up at Christmas and connected with lots of women from around the globe just in time for the holidays. 

Afterwards, I decided to join Mamacoach Circle as a way of learning more about running a coaching business.  They had a fabulous list of guest speakers lined up, and I wanted to learn as much as I could about creating a website, self-publishing and marketing.  Her partner in Mamacoach, Michelle Pffenighaus, has a great holistic health business called, Find Your Balance, and she’s funny to boot.  If you want honest, no-nonsense, and solid health information, Michelle’s your girl.

Both of them surprised everyone in the group a few weeks ago with the announcement that any member of Mamacoach is now eligible to participate in Mamacoach Circle Bootcamp 2012.  It promises to be a rockin’ program, and I’m excited about learning even more from these amazing women.

Speaking of amazing women, click on the links below to see what some of my other friends have created.  It’s pretty special.

Jodi Lebrun-  Creativity Coaching, Reiki and 30 Days of Art Prompts for Self-Healing.

30 days of art prompts!!!

Program begins July 29th

http://livingwellwithcrystal.com

Crystal Saltrelli-  10 Days of Gratitude

“Develop an attitude of gratitude, knowing that every step forward is a
step toward achieving something bigger and better than your current
situation.” ~Brian Tracy

Starts July 2!

Cameron Laurent-  SoulFull Wellness

Cameron helps others create a healthy, happy, soulfull life.  Her current program, Healthy Mama, has been running through the month of June, but I encourage you to visit her website and look at all of her workshops, services and events.

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Kelly Weed Dahl-  Your Summer Manifesto

Your Summer Manifesto e-course will help you create a summer to remember.

Kelly will guide you on a three week journey of

  • Tapping in to what lights you up and gets you excited, during the summer and all year long
  • Creating a personal care rhythm, that you can carry with you into every season
  • Creating your very own Summer Manifesto
  • Setting a big goal or vision for yourself this summer


Trust me when I say that these women have gone to great lengths to create programs that they believe in deeply, and I think they all have a lot to share. 

If you know of any other great programs out there, post a comment either here or on my Facebook page.  Like good books, there’s something for everyone if you know where to look.

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