Our vision is to help people thrive rather than just survive by correcting their underlying health imbalances.
Holistic Health is an ancient approach to health that focuses on the whole body rather than treating symptoms.
It’s more of a lifestyle that one would follow that considers the health of the mind, body and soul rather than just the physical ailments.
Our vision is to help people thrive rather than just survive by preventing and correcting possible health imbalances through the mind and body practises, natural healing methods, social and environmental approaches.
Dimensions of Holistic Wellness
Daily physical activity is proven to benefit heart health, also recent studies have shown the connection between movement and mental health.
Eating fresh whole foods are what the body thrives on. Eliminating inflammatory foods help your body maintain homeostasis. Are you eating enough fresh vegetables? Are you taking necessary supplements making sure you are getting all of the essential vitamins and nutrients to fuel your body?
Many people are not aware that low quality sleep is a contributing factor to disease. Studies shows that long term sleep disruption is linked to over 5 major illnesses.
Needless to say, getting a good night’s sleep isn’t just crucial for beauty.
There are many diseases that can be spread through improper hygiene. One’s physical wellness is determined by how well we take care of our bodies and what better way to take care than keeping it clean.
Emotional wellness addresses how we handle and express emotions. Not only ours but the emotions of others.
It’s where self-care fits in the holistic realm.
Are you taking a mental health day from time to time?
Emotional wellness also considers your everyday mood.
How are you managing stress? Are you allowing yourself to express yourself freely and openly?
Social wellness involves your tribe. It’s about forming healthy bonds with the people in your life and community.
It also focuses on how we communicate to those around us.
Are the relationships in our lives supported by connection and open communication?
Many studies have shown that people actually live longer when they are a part of a community.
Spiritual wellness is the connection you have with something greater than yourself.
It includes your values, ethics, finding purpose in existence and being in tuned with the connection between mind and soul.
Spiritual wellness is different for everyone. It’s not focused on one religion or the idea of a god.
Its any and all beliefs that support a deeper purpose to the human experience.
How much are the day to day decisions you make influenced by a sense of values that positively support the people around you?
How does having a spiritual outlook help you cope with challenges in life?
Environmental wellness looks at the relationships between you and the space around you.
Your home, job, community and most importantly the planet you live on.
It involves living in a place where you feel supported but keeping in mind the energy you bring to that space as well.
Are you keeping your home, desk and room tidy?
Are you doing your part to help the environment of the planet by recycling, using reusable cups, straws, bags and avoiding plastics?
All of these small actions can have a huge impact on our environment.
Studies have shown high levels of cortisol in people who live in clutter.
Imagine the effects on a global scale!
Intellectual wellness encourages stimulating the mind.
By engaging the brain in problem solving and creative activities it inspires challenge which leads to growth.
When we are intellectually stimulated it sparks curiosity that motivates you to try new things.
It fosters an open mind leading to deeper understanding of ourselves and the relationships in our lives.
Financial wellness focuses on our views on money and our overall financial health.
Not just how we spend our money but the beliefs we have about money.
How do those beliefs benefit or limit us?
Are we spending intentionally or to fill emotional stressors?
A 2018 study shows that money is the #1 stressor in america.
That means that a majority of the country can agree that their financial wellness is not optimal.
And considering the dangers of long term stress.
Imagine how many people become ill over poor financial beliefs and habits.
Financial wellness requires financial awareness.
Are you spending based on a budget?
Living paycheck to paycheck?
Or maybe you see money as evil and have a negative relationship with it?
Money is just a form of energetic exchange, like most things. Becoming more aware with that reality allows us to have a healthy approach to how we manage it.
Occupational wellness looks at a few things regarding your career or place of work.
It focuses on the balance between work and play.
Making sure you are not burning out and staying passionate or at least enjoying what you do.