In today’s video interview, I’m pleased to introduce you to Rachel Estapa!
Rachel Estapa, founder of More To Love, is a certified coach, writer and social entrepreneur who focuses on creating an accepting community for plus size women to explore health and wellness. Through writing, private coaching, online group-coaching programs and on-site workshops, she educates plus size women on how to redefine what positive body image and health can be, enabling them to lead happier, healthier and more empowered lives.
Rather than focus on a weight-loss centered approach to wellbeing, Rachel’s approach to body positive behaviors is grounded in principals of self-acceptance and Health At Every Size®. Through her dedicated programs, she helps women learn how to apply body-accepting practices to their daily lives.
In this interview, I talked with Rachel about Health at Every Size®, learning to listen to yourself, having fun with the process, and much more. Check it out:
More To Love Class
Rachel’s MTLClass is a month-long online course to teach women like you how to love their body and make health and happiness work for your unique life. MTLClass women value personal growth and desire freedom from negative body image.
Students of the More To Love Class receive daily easy-to-follow activities comprised of exercises and assignments designed to teach an aspect of body confidence. Each student shares their work in a private and secure online social network, and receives encouragement and feedback from peers and from the instructor, Rachel Estapa. Rachel is a trained, certified, and fully accredited life coach whose writing and work on body acceptance has been featured in print and online publications worldwide.
Enrollment closes on Sunday, April 11, so don’t wait! Register here.
Connect with Rachel
You can find Rachel around the internet at the following places:
More To Love with Rachel | MTL Facebook Community | Twitter | Instagram
You should also check out Rachel’s article at The Huffington Post, I am happier, heavier.
All photos by M. Davidson-Schapiro Photography.
Great interview! I’m so glad that you’re back, Amber. I missed your posts.
Great ! i liked it , students come to my class wanting to lose weight and look like the next girl in the yoga class.
How you describe obesity and health issues related to it, thats the core matter. Also does big size people have health issues which is normal like any other people ? pls do tell me.