Wednesday, January 19th - Friday, January 21st
General Session Begins
9:00am PT / 12:00pm ET

IMPORTANT! When you join the main stage please enter your first and last name and your email used to register.

If you don’t we won’t be able to process your refund.

Please call 844-226-3328 to speak to a team member (you can leave a message)
or book an appointment above

Retreat Schedule

Meet Your Hosts

Stacey Morgenstern

Lead Instructor of Become a Health Coach & Coach Mastery

Stacey Morgenstern is a Board Certified Health Coach, Master NLP Practitioner, international public speaker, and Co-Founder of Health Coach Institute.

Stacey has founded and co-founded three coach training businesses, growing them to multi-million dollar revenues, including Health Coach Institute (HCI), Holistic MBA, and Five Point Wellness.

Along with HCI Co-Founder Carey Peters, Stacey co-created HCI’s flagship programs, Become a Health Coach and Holistic MBA: Mastering The Business & The Art Of Coaching, teaching the proprietary Habit Change Coaching Method and how to create a lucrative and sustainable coaching business.

Stacey is an MC, spoken word performer, author, and community builder residing in the San Francisco Bay area

Carey Peters

Lead Instructor of Become a Health Coach & Coach Mastery

Carey Peters is a National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach (NBC-HWC) and a Co-Founder of Health Coach Institute.

She’s founded and co-founded three coach training businesses, including Health Coach Institute, Holistic MBA, and CoachToolsToGo.com.

Since becoming a coach 10+ years ago, she’s trained over 21,000 health and life coaches from 30+ countries.

Carey’s been featured in Forbes Magazine, New York Magazine, Fitness Magazine, The Chicago Tribune, The Huffington Post, and more.

Currently based in Chicago, Carey holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in acting from DePaul University. Outside of work, Carey enjoys theater, music, art, and stand-up comedy.

Our mission is to create a world where people are the healthiest versions of themselves.

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ATTENDEE ETIQUETTE

Here are guidelines for how you show up and make the most of the event.

1. WEBCAM ETIQUETTE: With most virtual events, video is one-way. This makes it harder for the host, as well as other attendees . We ask that you enable your webcam during this event, as your speakers will be able to see you and feel your energy, making these three days one of the most fun and valuable virtual experiences you’ve EVER been a part of. 

PS – Be aware of your surroundings (for example, if you need to use the restroom during the live sessions, and you take your computer with you so you can still hear us, be sure to turn off your audio and video 😀

2. BEING PRESENT: Really “listen to the speakers: Being present is the best gift you can give yourself! Resist the urge to take tons of notes (versus listening for and capturing big takeaways) and keep your phones on do not disturb and turn your email notifications off to minimize distractions. If you have children, set up a play area where you can keep an eye on them while they are self-entertaining.

3. YOUR BEST YOU: Listen to your body: be your best self: reduce alcohol consumption in the evenings so you get restful sleep. Eat healthy and stay hydrated and caffeinated! Plan ahead to have snacks on hand.

4. EXPANSION: Take the time during networking breaks and breakouts to connect with fellow attendees.

5. STAYING ON SCHEDULE: Reminder that this is not a regular virtual event, webinar or tele-summit. This is a live virtual experience, and for you to get maximum ROI (plus support your fellow participants) you need to be with us in order to make the most of it! YOU are an important part of the experience. Now, more than ever before, we are counting on you to be present. There are no replays, so make sure you block the time on your calendar and join us for all sessions over the course of these 3 days.

6. CLARITY: Less clutter, more clarity . We believe the less clutter, the easier it is to learn. Keep your workspace tidy and comfortable. It’s especially important right now to wash your hands regularly and keep your work area disinfected.

7. QUESTIONS: There will be an opportunity to post questions for the speakers, and the team to see, and dedicated time to interact with each other during the three days. Post your questions succinctly, including only the relevant details to get the best possible answer.