\wel-nis\ : 1. the quality or state of being healthy in body, mind and spirit, especially as a result of deliberate effort. 2. an approach to healthcare that emphasizes preventing illness and prolonging life, as opposed to emphasizing treating diseases.


Wellness is about more than fighting diseases, it is about learning to care for yourself physically, mentally and spiritually in such a way that allows you to live a fruitful life, a life full of meaning and purpose. 







Being well requires good...


mental health

Recognizing creative abilities and finding ways to expand knowledge and skills.



Nervous System ~ Endocrine System

Immune System ~ Imagination ~ Personality ~ Feelings

Choices ~ Affection ~ Self-Consciousness ~ Attitudes

Thinking ~ Reasoning ~ Beliefs ~ Memories

Mind ~ Will ~ Emotions


Being well requires good...


physical health

Recognizing the need for physical activity, diet, sleep, and nutrition.


Physical Health Involves:

Brain ~ Nervous System ~ Organs & Cells

Muscular ~ Cardiovascular ~ Urological ~ Lymphatic

Hematological ~ Integumentary ~ Skeletal ~ Respiratory

Digestive ~ Reproductive ~ Activity ~ Speech ~ Environment

Sight ~ Smell ~ Touch ~ Taste ~ Hearing


Being well requires good...

spiritual health


Expanding our sense of purpose and meaning in life.


Spiritual Health Involves:

Innate Conscience ~ Intuition ~ Identity

Purpose ~ Meaning ~ Faith


Being well requires good...

economic health


Satisfaction with current and future financial situations. 


Being well requires good...

emotional health


Coping effectively with life and creating satisfying relationships.



Being well requires good...

environmental health


Good health by occupying pleasant, stimulating environments that support well-being.



Being well requires good...

social health

Developing a sense of connection, belonging, and a well-developed support system.

Being well requires good...

occupational health

Personal satisfaction and enrichment derived from one's work.