Barb Mager

National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach

Evergreen Health and Wellness Coaching

As a Health and Wellness Coach, my job is to help you discover the barriers that get in your way and help you realize the best version of yourself.

Saint Paul, MN
Virtual Sessions

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License, Credentials & Experience

Barb has been helping people for 8 years
MA in Holistic Health
Saint Catherine University
National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach
National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME)

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Initial consultation
Free initial consultation.
15 Minutes   •   FREE

90-Day Coaching package
Weekly private coaching sessions including assessments, values survey, visioning, strengths, and weekly goal tracking. Also includes access to private messaging with me in between sessions. Costs can be split up to $280/month for 3 months
45 Minutes   •   $840

6-month Maintenance package
Lasting change takes time but as you grow in confidence and begin to adopt new healthier behaviors, a less frequent approach helps enforce self-efficacy. Choose 6 bi-monthly private coaching sessions. We will continue goal review and tracking, exploration of your vision, strengths, and values and you will also continue to have access to private messaging with me in between sessions Costs can be split up $150/month for 6 months
45 Minutes   •   $900

Endorsements

High Cholesterol
Nutritional Deficiencies
Sports Nutrition

Practice Locations & Hours


City
123 Street, City MN 12345, United States
Mon: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Learn More About Barb Mager

About me

We all have a story to tell. For me, a lifetime of listening has given me perspective and confidence to be with people in good times and bad. Truly, resilience is born out of facing challenges! What makes me a good coach is that I listen and guide clients toward their own goals. I believe in your inherent goodness and your ability to achieve your vision.

My Philosophy of Care

Through coaching skills such as Motivational Interviewing, Active Listening, SMART Goal Setting, and Positive Psychology, I guide clients to find small changes that make a big difference.

What You Can Expect On Your First Visit

On your first visit, we will assess your readiness to change, your strengths, barriers, vision values, and begin identifying your needs. This is ongoing work but as I get to know you, these things will help me keep our work focused on your individual set of values. Of course, there are always some housekeeping items on the first session but will make sure we set aside a little extra time for these :)

My Inspiration

Actually, years as a hairdresser gave me inspiration as I listened to men and women pour out their stories. A shoulder injury ended my career so, I decided to go back to school. Preventable health issues had taken loved ones too soon and I knew I wanted to help others achieve lifestyle changes that could improve overall wellness. A Master's in Holistic Health helped me shift careers. I became certified (NBC-HWC) through the board of medical examiners. Coaching is a great shift, I love what I do!


Practice Details

Works with
Individuals
Couples
Families
Ages works with
Adults
Seniors
Languages
English

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Barb Mager Answers
A resolution is like a wish. It comes from a hopeful place. However, for a resolution to have impact, we need to do more than just wish. Try these 5 steps and make today the first day of your best ever new year. Step 1: Ask yourself questions. Why do I want this? What is so important that I want to resolve this problem? What is it about this resolution that connects with my core values? How will life be better if my wish comes true? Go back to these answers when you feel stuck. They will help you remember why you wanted to do this in the first place. Step 2: Start “chunking.” Go at this realistically. What is one action that you can take toward the resolution? Be specific, start small, and give yourself a deadline. Step 3: Share your plan. A funny thing happens when we say things aloud; they become more real. When we share our plan, we begin to create a community, which can build up our confidence. We may even find people that want to help make your wishes come true. Step 4: Measure your results. Write it down. Put it in your planner, your calendar, or on a scrap of paper attached to the bathroom mirror. What matters most is keeping track of this effort. When the deadline arrives, check in, reassess, and move on. Step 5: Celebrate the win. Each step is a guide. A step backward can have more to teach you than a step forward—if you are willing to stay on the path. Keep moving; take another chunk, another step – even if it is a baby step, and keep asking WHY. Find a health & wellness coach to be that person who listens, understands your wishes, and keeps you in the driver’s seat to achieve them.
Barb Mager Answers
A resolution is like a wish. It comes from a hopeful place. However, for a resolution to have impact, we need to do more than just wish. Try these 5 steps and make 2021 the year that makes the difference. Step 1: Ask yourself questions. Why do I want this? What is so important that I want to resolve this problem? What is it about this resolution that connects with my core values? How will life be better if my wish comes true? Go back to these answers when you feel stuck. They will help you remember why you wanted to do this in the first place. Step 2: Start “chunking.” Go at this realistically. What is one action that you can take toward the resolution? Be specific, start small, and give yourself a deadline. Step 3: Share your plan. A funny thing happens when we say things aloud; they become more real. When we share our plan, we begin to create a community, which can build up our confidence. We may even find people that want to help make your wishes come true. Step 4: Measure your results. Write it down. Put it in your planner, your calendar, or on a scrap of paper attached to the bathroom mirror. What matters most is keeping track of this effort. When the deadline arrives, check in, reassess, and move on. Step 5: Celebrate the win. Each step is a guide. A step backward can have more to teach you than a step forward—if you are willing to stay on the path. Keep moving; take another chunk, another step – even if it is a baby step, and keep asking WHY. A health & wellness coach can be that person who listens, understands your wishes, and keeps you in the driver’s seat to achieve them.





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