Holistic Health practitioners do not focus on illness or specific parts of the body, but rather look at the whole person and how they interact with their environment. Emphasis is on the connection and balance of mind, body, and spirit.
Environment & water: What and how much do you drink in a day? Your body is made up of 61.8 % water (in fact babies are born with 78% water) and therefore it is essential that you drink plenty of pure water every day if you want to maintain good physical health.
Oxygen: Are you a shallow breather? Do you do deep breathing exercises daily? It is also important to breathe in plenty of fresh air so that your system can function optimally. How much exercise do you get in a day? Do you spend a lot of your time sitting at a desk? Try to walk 10000 steps a day. Get a pedometer and test yourself. You may be surprised and find that you overestimate your daily level of activity.
Diet: What kind of food do you eat? How much time do you spend eating? How often do you eat? How much time do you spend preparing a meal?
Emotional: Do you make time for friends? Do you live alone? Do you make time for family? Do you have a pet?
Spiritual: Do you meditate? Do you have some form of spiritual practice integrated into your life?
Financial: What is your financial situation? Do you carry a lot of debt? Do you stress over finances? Are you financially free? How do you approach money?
Ask me about the Wellness Home: based on the 5 Pillars of Health:
Body, Mind, Family, Society, Finances. If you are interested in living in a wellness home, please contact me with the subject line: wellness home.
Remember that feeling whole and in good health depends on many things
In order to be at our best we need to have a balance and to support our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual selves. What do you do to create balance in your life? If you feel that you could use some help, set up a consult with me. My mission is to help people to be in harmony so that they can be their best and healthiest selves possible.