Welcome, to Holistic Lifestyle Coaching for Mental Wellness
Co-create, a Holistic Mental Wellness approach, with you to recognize underlying core trauma concerns linked to lack of Personal or Professional self-care that prevent you from achieving any daily life results or life goals for mind, body, spirit, and soul balance.
Coaches Purpose Statement
Emphasizing new insights for Mental Wellness clients seeking foundational lifestyle balance associated to mind, body, spirit, and soul for a sense of stability. Creating a foundation of day-to-day lifestyle balance ideas built upon a Transpersonal Approach.
According to Volunteers of America, Southwest, When you hear the words “mental wellness,” you might be tempted to think this defines a state of consistent happiness. But it’s more than that. The human body, brain, and lifestyle must perform a complicated dance that makes room for many emotions. The key to mental wellness is—instead of staying consistently happy—passing through these many life events and emotions with a sense of equilibrium.
Volunteers Of America Southwest, also states, Notice how this definition says nothing about happiness. It’s also not defined as the absence of mental illness. Rather, mental wellness means you are able to adequately cope with the stresses life throws at you, whether that be as simple as a work project or as complicated as a breakup. It’s the balance between your emotional, physical, spiritual, and mental self.
The Global Wellness Institute defines wellness as the active pursuit of activities, choices and lifestyles that lead to a state of holistic health. There are two important aspects to this definition. First, wellness is not a passive or static state but rather an “active pursuit” that is associated with intentions, choices and actions as we work toward an optimal state of health and wellbeing. Second, wellness is linked to holistic health—that is, it extends beyond physical health and incorporates many different dimensions that should work in harmony.
Wellness is an individual pursuit—we have self-responsibility for our own choices, behaviors and lifestyles—but it is also significantly influenced by the physical, social and cultural environments in which we live.
Wellness is often confused with terms such as health, wellbeing and happiness. While there are common elements among them, wellness is distinguished by not referring to a static state of being (i.e., being happy, in good health, or a state of wellbeing). Rather, wellness is associated with an active process of being aware and making choices that lead toward an outcome of optimal holistic health and wellbeing.