Gut Health Practitioner

Sproutstep San Francisco , CA 94102

Posted 4 weeks ago

SproutStep is redefining workplace wellness by connecting employees to the optimal support to help them live a healthy life.

We empower gut health practitioners by providing a space to list services, connect with clients, and receive secure payments.

We believe that living a healthy life can be difficult, but finding the right support makes it that much easier.

Learn more at https://www.sproutstep.com/providers

The Role

We are looking for energetic, reliable, and empathetic gut health practitioners to join our community.

  • Work with individuals to help them improve their health
  • Communicate with clients, be available virtually or in person
  • Follow up with your clients to provide ongoing support and ensure their success
  • Set your own rates and availability

About You

  • You are a certified gut health practitioner and have the subsequent knowledge, skills, and abilities to help people improve their health and wellness
  • You are obsessed with helping others improve their health
  • You enjoy working flexible hours and interested in limitless growth opportunity
  • You are organized, tech-savvy, and highly motivated
  • You are independent and self directed
  • All experience levels welcome
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Gut Health Practitioner

Sproutstep