As coaches, we understand that building our coaching business with intention is extremely important. Having an inspiring coaching website that clearly communicates your mission, skills, and how you work with clients will not only allow potential clients to find you but will also build trust. With effective calls to action, scheduling software, the right clients will find you.
In this post, I share ten coaching website design examples made with WordPress (some designed by me, others by other talented designers) that are inspirational and have effective calls to action.
1. Share the Joy Coaching – Parenting & Life Coach
This website, designed by Jennie Lakenan, showcases coach Anjanette Ludwig’s coaching talents through bright colors and inviting images. Anjanette specializes in helping teens and their parents develop lasting self-confidence and focus on what really matters. The website is easy to navigate has several clear calls to action including a free download. Her home page includes three testimonials – two of which are from kids which will help other teens and parents connect with her target audience.
2. Vertical Horizons – Health Coach
Michelle Doel, FMCHC, a functional medicine health coach in Portland, works with individuals and families helping them define and achieve wellness, nutrition and make lifestyle improvements. The website has an attractive color scheme, is easy to navigate, and makes scheduling easy for clients. As a health coach, Michelle portrays an active and healthy lifestyle through her imagery and comes across personable and enjoyable to work with.
3. Marie Forleo – Business and Life Coach
Marie Forleo is a successful business coach. Her school, the B-School, teaches entrepreneurs how to run their businesses. The website is modern with sophisticated fonts, testimonials from trusted sources and bold calls to action.
4. The Bridging Coach – Divorce & Transition Coach
The Bridging Coach website features divorce coach, Bridget Leschinsky who provides transition and divorce coaching. The website contains soft colors, clear navigation to services, and an easy way to set up appointments. Her blog provides valuable information for those who are considering and going through a divorce and an easy way to share posts on social media.
5. Sara Cole – Adoptive Parent Coach
Sara Cole is a parenting coach that specializes in working with adoptive parents and adoption agencies. Her website uses warm, autumn colors, clear calls to action, and has a video introduction allowing prospective clients to get to know her. She has an attractive free give-away and links to recent blog posts.
6. Angie’s Suite – Women’s Success Coach
Angie Gordon, a women’s success coach provides group and individual coaching for successful career women and teen girls. Her website is feminine and personal and is perfectly suited for her target audience. Her coaching services are well laid out and scheduling is easy.
7. Hannah Roberts, STEM Career Coach
Dr. Hannah Roberts is a career coach who works with women in STEM fields. The website is well-laid out and has a clear purpose. The use of several beautiful colors and calls to action makes the website aesthetically pleasing and easy to navigate.
8. Amy Latta, Confidence Coach
Amy Latta is a master certified coach who provides confidence coaching to fellow coaches. Her website is bright and beautiful with stunning professional photographs of her, has a clear audience and direct calls to action.
9. Jennifer Dawn, Business Coach
Jennifer Dawn is a successful business coach who helps professionals achieve their goals and build confidence. Her website is laid out well and is easy to navigate, full of bright images and compelling testimonials.
10. Women’s Divorce Coach
Cindy Bouchard (me!) at Women’s Divorce Coach provides life and divorce coaching to those considering and going through a divorce. The website is calming, calls attention to service areas, and provides easy scheduling.
If you liked these coaching website design examples, contact us today and we will build the website of your dreams.