Hey Kind Lifers...if you're thinking about enrolling at IIN between now and November 15th 2010, I am offering a $500 scholarship and some cool free giveaways! You just have to mention my name (Jenny Sansouci) as a referral to get the discount. Please feel free to email me with any questions! IIN truly changed my life :) (firstname.lastname@example.org). Xoxo (more info here).
I am interested in attending Bauman after going to IIN. I found IIN to be too general and impersonal and not enough hands-on. It seems only a small percentage of people successfully live off their practices, and most need to keep investing in further education. Bauman seems to be hands-on and very natural food and science oriented at the same time.
For anyone still wondering about IIN or hesitant to enroll--it will change your life! I enrolled in the Professional Training Program in January to become a Certified Holistic Health Coach and can't begin to describe all the ways it has transformed me, my relationships, my attitude, my weight (!), my goals and ambition level, and of course my overall health and sense of well-being. I recommend IIN to everyone I meet and am embarking on an amazing journey with my health coaching business right now. (I've also already made a bunch of money from it...if you're into that sort of thing) You can see an example of the website IIN supplies students with by visiting mine (though it's still a work-in-progress) at rootsandladders.net . This program has seriously become one of the best decisions of my life--I can't overemphasize my love for the school, for Joshua's brilliance, and for all my fellow classmates. I wish everyone in the world could get a taste of this!
If anyone is thinking of enrolling soon, email me at email@example.com. I'd love to help out with any questions. I also have a unique opportunity to grant someone a full scholarship to the school, so if finances are an issue (as they were for me when I was considering enrolling) please let me know if you're interested. Another amazing deal happening right now is that anyone I refer to the school this week will get free admission and VIP seating at the IIN Conference in NYC this September. Besides these deals, I regularly have the ability to give out discounts of a few hundred dollars to anyone that mentions my name when they enroll. I'd love to be able to gift this to someone and introduce you to this kind of energy! Be in touch if you're interested!
Was anyone else at the IIN Rock the Ripple Effect conference yesterday?? I'm still giddy from the energy there.
I just posted this in another spot but I want to make sure everyone who's interested gets to see this!
There were a couple of HUGE announcements at the conference that I think will be a gamechanger for anyone on the fence about choosing nutrition schools. It's a lot to type so feel free to read through my blog post about it. (I've bulleted and bolded the important stuff!) Some highlights are: a $300 scholarship from now until 11/10/11, an iPad for every new student, and a free book for everyone! Ahhh!
Hi! I'm currently looking into schools for alternative nutrition and IIN keeps coming up. One of the reasons I'm debating it is because I keep getting this feeling that it's a business trying to get my money rather than a school ...if that makes sense. I am really passionate about health and nutrition and I want to make sure I make the right investment. I've talked to a few people at IIN, including an advisor and a graduate and I kept getting the feeling that what they were telling me was rehearsed/scripted. Don't get me wrong, they were very nice and answered my questions, but it almost seemed like the answers were pre-determined or like they were reading something. Even after I got off the phone with them I got an email from them thanking me for my interest and letting me know they were available if I had more questions, and I noticed the email was like a template, I got the same EXACT email from both people I spoke to on two completely separate occasions. Again, don't get me wrong I know schools do that even with letters they sent out, etc, but I was expecting something different. It almost felt like I was dealing with some sort of automated service. I guess my point is, I just want to talk to someone who hasn't been trained or coached to answer my questions, but that maybe attended and has a REAL opinion and HONEST feedback as to what IIN is all about. I'm reading the IIN book right now that I bought off Amazon and I like the ideas/theories; they are totally in line with my philosophies, but I must also mention something I didn't like about this: every so often in the book there's a random "student profile" page. It has a picture of a graduate along with his/her story and what he/she got out of IIN. This again seemed like another marketing trick. Anyway, any advice feedback anyone has is greatly appreciated! THANK YOU!
IIN offers a good entry level program. If you already know basic nutrition or are looking to integrate holistic nutrition with subjects like reiki, herbs, Polarity therapy, Homeopathy, hypnosis, emotional and spiritual counseling, bodywork. "Chi" healing please explore our on-line training at Lewis Harrison's Natural Healing Academy
I have been looking into this school (IIN)for awhile now, but its definitely not going to be happening any time soon. There's no way I could afford it, but I am cotinuing to learn about it in case I can do it someday. So I like hearing about others' experiences.
I just feel that this is the type of learning and work I want to pursue. Definitely something in the field of health and natural medicine. Its just all so overwhelming.