We're Here for You
Coacharya's approach is learner-centric. We're here to help you succeed. With our programs, you'll gain a solid foundation in coaching and you have the flexibility to pursue advanced study to develop your own coaching model. We support you every step of the way and we offer endless opportunities for you to learn and practice your coaching. We're here for you so you can be the best coach you can be.Learn About Our Approach
Awake Aware Arise
The oldest scriptures in the world, the Vedic Upanishads, urged spiritual seekers to become truly AWAKE to the suffering in the world around them, become AWARE of their responsibilities and how to help, and ARISE together to act and be counted. We now urge our community to wake up to global suffering today, become aware of what we can do and arise to act.Register Now (FREE)
Paths to Becoming a Coach
Our coach training programs can lead to multiple coaching credentials, via several paths. Take a look at the options we provide for you to become a credentialed coach. Yes, ICF is one of them. 🙂
Coacharya is the only coach training institution accredited by all three of the major international coaching regulatory bodies, ICF, EMCC and CCE.
Be the Inspirational Leader You're Meant to Be
The best leaders don't tell people what to do. They inspire others to push boundaries and to be their best selves. They ask challenging questions to awaken the potential in their teams. The best leaders coach their teams to greatness. We can help you become such a leader.Learn More
Eastern Philosophy in Coaching
All Coacharya's programs are comprehensive and holistic. We believe in the power of Western techniques such as psychology and neurobiology just as much as we do in Eastern methods like yoga and meditation.
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New ICF Core Coaching Competencies
ICF just updated its core coaching competencies for the first time in 25 years. Download them here and see how the new list of 8 differs from the old 11. There's also a webinar recording for a bit more context.