Prioritizing Yourself With Ariel Hoffman, Health Coach, Entrepreneur, and Mother



Founder of Ariel Hoffman Wellness, Ariel Hoffman is a health coach for businesswomen, entrepreneurs, and mothers. She has developed transformational fitness programs to help women who want to get and keep the groove. Ariel was a professional dancer, working for productions of Beauty and the Beast, Hello Dolly, West Side Story, and Contact and Swing before she found her passion for fitness and helping other mothers prioritize their health. 

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:

  • Ariel Hoffman discusses how to accept yourself
  • How to prioritize your time for maximum efficiency 
  • The importance of practicing a positive mindset for improvement
  • Is there a way to break down the barriers preventing you from moving forward?
  • Ariel explains why the necessities matter
  • Ariel shares a story about recognizing negative feedback from our actions
  • What is the best piece of advice Ariel has received?

In this episode…

The stress of work, home, and the mental strain from the pandemic can be overwhelming. We feel burned out and have lost self-confidence. 

As a health coach, entrepreneur, and mother, Ariel Hoffman knows how stressful balancing life can be. She develops strategies to restore a positive self-image through assessment and implementation. Ariel helps women discover acceptance because perfection doesn’t exist.  

In this episode of Access to Anyone, Michael Roderick is joined by second-time guest Ariel Hoffman, a personal health coach and Founder of Ariel Hoffman Wellness, to discuss how a small step can snowball into more. Ariel talks about recognizing the judgment we place on ourselves, the importance of prioritizing ourselves, and analyzing the food and thoughts we’re consuming.

Golden Answer

If you could meet any living person, who would that be?

Brené Brown is a bestselling author, research professor, and host of the weekly Spotify Original podcasts Unlocking Us and Dare to Lead. Ariel Hoffman finds Brené to be inspiring. She loves her message about vulnerability and sharing stories from an authentic place to be more relatable and empathetic to each other.

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