True wellness is a state of physical, mental and emotional well-being. When we are living in balance physically, mentally and spiritually we feel well.
When we are not in a state of wellness it is dis-ease. The body cries out with symptoms. These symptoms are not meant to be suppressed. The body is wise and knows what is needed for health and well-being, if we will take time to listen.
Many in our modern culture are taught to suppress symptoms which doesn’t get to the root issues.
The answer that most western medicine offers is simply a band-aid approach which suppresses symptoms or surgery to attempt removal of the problem instead of finding the real causes.
If we take time to slow down, listen, nurture and nourish ourselves wisely we can find answers. Only when the root cause is found and tended to will true healing take place. Our modern lifestyles have us living in ways that are out of harmony with nature in many aspects.
People today are taking on more responsibility without making time for their well-being. Many suffer in silence when their relationships, body, mind, spirit and total well-being suffer immensely.
With many experiencing various imbalances brought about by modern living such as adrenal fatigue, mood-behavior disorders, digestion issues, obesity, alcoholism-addictions, depression, blood sugar imbalances, autoimmune illnesses and much more it’s time to find the root causes.
By integrating traditional wisdom with modern ways we have the power to take responsibility for our health and well-being.
As a wellness practitioner I teach clients how to balance their inner ecology for wellness. A protocol is personally designed for every individual based on their needs. Please visit our sessions page for more information to book your personal consultation today available by Skype.
….we are ultimately responsible for our own health and that it is up to us to take that responsibility seriously and not simply entrust it to others who claim to have the answers but have their own agenda. No one will ever be more invested in your mental or physical health than you.~ Nora Gedgaudas, author of Primal Body Primal Mind