We are quite familiar with the idea of, and the distinction between, a physical trainer and a physical therapist.
When it comes to the realm of being and the art of living, however, that same complementary duo isn’t nearly as present or as familiar. Therapy is most of what inhabits that realm, and while the stigma around therapy is (fortunately) reducing, it nonetheless gets conflated with the “treating injury” or “fixing something” context of physical therapy. (Which itself reinforces the existing subtext that we shouldn’t need any training and should somehow be fully adjusted and ready from the moment we’re squeezed out into the world.)
There could be much to be gained in furthering the same duo in this realm as well.