About Rachel Schaeffer Wolfe, M.A.
Rachel is on the Omega Institute and Kripalu Center faculty, where she teaches Story Alchemy® workshops to help participants rewrite their life stories. She also counsels individual clients through the Story Alchemy® process. She has presented in various venues, from hospitals to women’s centers to the Smithsonian Institute.
Rachel is the author of Yoga for Your Spiritual Muscles (Quest Books, 1998), which won the Benjamin Franklin Gold Seal for Excellence in Psychology. She was chosen as Quest Books’ featured author to appear at the American Booksellers Association convention. Rachel taught popular courses at Montclair State University and Caldwell College in both the Physical Education, Recreation, and Leisure Studies and Psychology departments.
The former yoga editor for Natural Health magazine and columnist for Positive Impact Magazine on celebrity activists, Rachel freelances for print and online magazines/websites. The published author has written for and been featured in dozens of magazines, including Self, Prevention, Family Circle, Yoga Journal, Parenting, Parents, Baby Talk, Child, Cooking Light, and New Age Journal.
Rachel is the Host/Executive Producer of The Red Couch, an internet, television, and radio talk show in which nearly a hundred guests have shared transformational stories covering topics such as the arts, women’s issues, and human rights. The Red Couch won the Positive Impact Multimedia award in Arts & Entertainment in 2014.
Guests have included King of the High Wire Nik Wallenda, author Sharon Robinson (daughter of Jackie Robinson), and three-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish.
Rachel is the founder of “The Power of Love,” Sarasota’s annual event to help end violence against women and girls. The revolutionary program has featured keynote speakers such as Golden Globe winner Dylan McDermott.