Welcome to the Journey 2 Health podcast with Sarah Schall. We believe everyone deserves to feel their best and reach optimal health. Because life is short and every day is a gift, we want to support your journey to health with inspiring stories and science-based information. Some of the topics we will be discussing are related to:
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About the host
Sarah Schall is a National Board Certified Health Coach and serves as Sr. Coach & Community Manager at EHOP Health. She is also a wife, mom of four, and founder of “Inside-Out Strong” a program that teaches girls and mom how to build up their hearts, minds and bodies.
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Taylor Treacy is a passionate thought leader within the realm of female athletics as she supports and encourages athletes to balance sport with life. As a former UNC volleyball athlete and retired pro-player, she is using her personal life experience to shed light on the challenges that accompany being a college athlete, specifically mental health. She created a platform called, The Virago Project which creates open dialogue and a safe space for female athletes to connect. She’s a positive force and you’ll be inspired as she shares her hope for the future of changing the landscape of female athletics.
As a J2H client, Elli began eating better, moving consistently, and practicing sobriety allowing her to release 40+ lbs, but more importantly, she began to dream and envision again. Listen to how her dreams have become her reality in this episode of the Journey 2 Health podcast.
Allison Wrenn serves as a Health Coach for EHOP Health. She’s a North Carolina State University graduate and holds her Health Coach certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. After spending over a decade at the Cary Chamber of Commerce, she recognized the unmet need of businesses to be served by a health plan focused on needing less healthcare.
This podcast is based on our signature program, Journey 2 Health, which is offered to businesses and individuals through EHOP Health. Our curriculum is centered around three pillars of health: Live Well, Move Well and Eat Well. Today we review the Eat Well topic. Eat Well is one of the most critical pillars for making real strides in your health. You’ve heard it said, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” from Hippocrates. And throughout our podcast, you’ve heard countless stories from our guests about how food has brought them healing. It’s about 90% of the health journey and we share our 3 best Eat Well tips with you today.
Caroline’s coaching journey began in 2009 when she re-connected with her college roommate who is a practicing functional medicine doctor. Caroline currently coaches in the same clinic. When Caroline began digging into the aliments plaguing her life and implementing small changes to her nutrition, she quickly recognized that food is medicine. After traveling her own health journey, she found that by combining her background in counseling and her love for health and fitness, health coaching was where she wanted to be!
Joni Haltom is the HR Manager at Harriss & Covington, a 5th generation hosiery mill in High Point, NC. She shares that while she had a solid foundation of knowing healthy behaviors and having parents who led her well, she found herself at the age of 50 in the “perfect storm”. She was battling weight gain, not exercising or eating well, heart burn, high blood pressure and an unexpected diagnosis of pre-diabetes. She had let herself go and knew she needed to get back on track.
Dian suffered silently from the effects of environmental toxins. By holding onto her beliefs and committing to daily healthy habits, she broke through the bondage of this invisible illness and changed the trajectory of her health and life.
After patrolling as one of the busiest patrol districts at his agency Officer Michael “Mac” Macario was assigned to the police training academy where he eventually became the senior training officer. Mac reflects on his personal health journey and how he is supporting officers today through a customized Journey 2 Health program.
This podcast is based on our signature program, Journey 2 Health, which is offered to businesses and individuals through EHOP Health. Our curriculum is centered around three pillars of health: Live Well, Move Well and Eat Well. Today we review the Move Well topic. Sarah describes the importance of mobility and alignment to alleviate chronic pain and prevent potential acute injuries that can set you back if your body is not primed for movement. She highlights the critical “Vitamin M” which stands for many things around movement; motion, mobility, and muscle mass. Learn why lean muscle mass is considered the fountain of youth and how motion is lotion!
Greg Christo is an introspective and kindhearted friend and client! He has a passion for the outdoors and is a hiking enthusiast. He has worked at Weaver Street Market, a local grocery store co-op for 10 years, serving as produce and meat department manager for the last 5 years. Weaver Street and its employees are near and dear to our hearts as they are entering their 3rd year partnering with EHOP Health offering the Journey 2 Health program to their employees. Greg is beginning his 2nd year as a coached participant and I am honored to be his health coach. Since I have the privilege of knowing Greg’s story and witnessing his health journey, I knew he would be the perfect candidate for this first of many for this podcast. Let’s welcome Greg as our first client guest on the Journey 2 Health podcast and congratulate him on the courage to blaze the trail!…both for our podcast and soon on the Appalachian Trail.