Here we are, at this unique moment…
You’re leading a team of people, each one on their own journey, with aspirations, dreams and endless possibilities. Your job is to support their abilities so they can grow and tap into their best ideas and solutions.
You might call this kind of support wellness, professional development, culture building or leadership training. We call it developing wholebeing, wellbeing of the whole person. This approach recognizes the innate human desire to thrive.
Whichever title it falls under doesn’t matter. What matters is that this support is not just simply to attract and retain the best talent in your field or for the sustainability of your organization.
We believe every person has the desire to thrive—to live a life of health, purpose and joy.
People who thrive are engaged, energized and build thriving organizations. That kind of organization has a buzz that everyone can feel and wants to be part of. People who thrive create solutions, services and products beyond what could ever have been imagined. People who thrive have the ability to be laser-focused on the collective purpose of what your organization provides for your customers and clients.
They say a life of purpose is the very best life.
People who thrive explore and learn practices to make that possible, in their lives and in their work, for themselves, their families and for your organization.
These practices are habits of awareness for mind and body. These are wholebeing practices.
What is wholebeing?
Wholebeing means recognizing that we each live within three worlds—the inner world of the mind, the world of the physical body and the world outside which we call nature.
The world of the mind is the world that you make up inside your head. It holds the interpretation of your experiences, your stories, your thoughts, emotions and feelings, the ideas of love and fear and so much more. It can be a place of joy, curiosity and wonder or a place of terror, uncertainty and chaos. It is a place you create through practices like meditation, mindfulness, gratitude and breathwork.
The world of your physical body is the structure that serves to hold you together in the material world. Your bones and muscles provide the framework through which the systems for air, blood, information and energy flow. Your body is also the place where your mind and soul abide and the vehicle that moves you through space and time to experience life. Your body is honed to function optimally through movement, exercise and practices like yoga.
The world of nature includes all that is outside your body— the natural world of forests and birds, the sun, oceans and fishes, sand and soft moss. The word nature here also includes the manmade build environment that we have constructed for our survival and comfort as we live, work, gather and play. Staying close to nature as much as possible enhances healing, happiness and health.
Through the lens of wholebeing, we discover all three worlds are intimately connected. Wholebeing practices are habits of awareness where we train, create, heal and grow within each of these three worlds.
We are your guides to help you discover, learn and live wholebeing practice—habits of awareness for mind and body so you can thrive.
That’s what we are all about. Are you ready?