Based in the East Bay, Life Coaching With a Twist Announces it Now Represents Anti-Aging Company

Lafayette, California (EastBayDaily) — East Bay based life and business coaching company Life Coaching with a Twist announces that it is representing a $1.5-billion global anti-aging company that has recently launched a newly patented technology. Generating $500 million in new sales in 2010, the technology platform represents significant income potential for those who helped with the rollout and market introduction.

By 2030 the number of people worldwide over the age of 60 is expected to reach more than one billion. By 2015, the anti-aging industry is expected to grow 76 percent in the United States, 73 percent in Europe, 72 percent in Japan and 82 percent in the Asia-Pacific region.

The rise of aging consumers in most developed markets presents a remarkable marketing opportunity for those in the anti-aging industry. The demand for products that help to diminish or even turn around the aging process is high. The potential for growth in the anti-aging market is not only expected to skyrocket, it’s here for the long term.

“We are looking for people just like you: skilled, talented, upwardly mobile, that have strong communication skills to help us aggressively expand our operations – locally, nationally and internationally,” says Christoph Nauer, owner of Life Coaching with a Twist.

Learn more at and send contact info to coach(at)christophnauer(dot)com. For more information on Life Coaching with a Twist, call (925) 286-1886 or visit them online at

About Life Coaching with a Twist

Life Coaching with a Twist, based in the East Bay, was founded and is owned by Christoph Nauer. The “twist” is that Christoph, unlike most life coaches, brings more than 15 years of experience in ministry, pastoral counseling and spiritual direction to the coaching process.

Life Coaching with a Twist provides Life and Business Coaching products and services to restore balance, peace and joy to people who feel overwhelmed by their daily duties. Most people feel overworked and under-appreciated; they rarely take time for themselves and in the process can neglect their own well-being and relationships. This often leads to stress, burnout, frustration, unhappiness, poor health and strained relationships.


Christoph Nauer