MEDIA

MEDIA

Rachel's Bio

Rachel Redmond, founder and CEO of The Yin Way, is an expert at helping women simplify their self care so that they can feel energized and productive every single day. 

For the past 20 years, Rachel has been on a personal and professional journey studying ancient eastern medical traditions. 

As a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, Ayurvedic practitioner and women’s health expert, Rachel teaches her clients how to apply the ancient wisdom of Eastern Medicine traditions to the challenges posed by our hectic modern lives. As a result, many of her clients notice that their health issues resolve and they feel better in every way. 

Rachel believes that self care doesn’t need to be stressful or something extra on your to do list. She’s on a mission to help every woman she meets learn how to simplify their self care so they can feel 10X better and live a productive and fulfilling life. 

 

In her flagship program, The Yin Way, she teaches the foundational principles every woman needs to know, but often has never been taught, in order to experience sustainable self care, inner peace and radiant health. 

To learn more, visit her website www.rachel-redmond.com.

While the transformation started slowly, over time I quickly realized the value I was getting out of finding myself again through the support, the practical encouragement, and tools Rachel and the program provided me. For me, the change wasn’t dramatic, but it was definitely cumulative. By the end of the program and one-on-one coaching, I realized how grateful I was for all of it and the path it started me on.”

Sarah R.

Recently in the midst of a really stressful time at work, I reached out to Rachel instead of turning inward and continuing to struggle. She gave me 5 essential things to focus on. It may sound so simple, but her list of essentials helped me “find my life raft” through a particularly turbulent time. I am still working with Rachel and expanding my understanding and practice of how I care for myself, which is the best gift I can think to give myself.”

Katie R.

The weekly group calls helped me to integrate the information more deeply and work through the trial and error of making healthful changes with the support and accountability of the group. Rachel is so generous in sharing her knowledge and is a warm, wise coach through the program and beyond. I feel much more grounded taking the Yin Way philosophy with me as a guidepost into new uncharted waters. “

Frances

While the transformation started slowly, over time I quickly realized the value I was getting out of finding myself again through the support, the practical encouragement, and tools Rachel and the program provided me. For me, the change wasn’t dramatic, but it was definitely cumulative. By the end of the program and one-on-one coaching, I realized how grateful I was for all of it and the path it started me on.”

Sarah R.

Recently in the midst of a really stressful time at work, I reached out to Rachel instead of turning inward and continuing to struggle. She gave me 5 essential things to focus on. It may sound so simple, but her list of essentials helped me “find my life raft” through a particularly turbulent time. I am still working with Rachel and expanding my understanding and practice of how I care for myself, which is the best gift I can think to give myself.”

Katie R.

The weekly group calls helped me to integrate the information more deeply and work through the trial and error of making healthful changes with the support and accountability of the group. Rachel is so generous in sharing her knowledge and is a warm, wise coach through the program and beyond. I feel much more grounded taking the Yin Way philosophy with me as a guidepost into new uncharted waters.