A Holistic Wellness Approach

Wellness Lifestyle

  • A term we refer to as living and maintaining a healthy active lifestyle to achieve normal functionality in the body. Approaching this method is fairly simple, all that is needed is your intervention and adjustment on optimizing your bodies normal functionality. Once the wellness lifestyle is achieved and your body is working properly, the bodies healing process will work effectively. Any mental, emotional, and physical health problems will heal in the process. 

  • As you begin your process, alternative therapy can be incorporated and helpful to achieve a wellness lifestyle. There are over a 100 different types of massages (modalities) and bodywork customized to benefit the functions and structures of the body (the 11 systems of the body, to be exact).

Pillars of a Healthy, Fullfilling Life

We all want to enjoy a long and satisfying life, but in order to have a decent chance at that, we need to choose a path to take for our self-care. One such path is holistic in nature, and that approach is what The Wright Bodywork and Wellness is all about. Some important pillars of overall body health activities must be observed if we're going to take a holistic lifestyle seriously.
 

  1. Self-Awareness

  2. Unapologetic self-care

  3. Eating right, most of the time if not all the time

  4. Following a regular stretching regimen

  5. Following a regular exercise regimen
     

To be completely honest about it, a holistic lifestyle choice really may not mean very much unless we learn how to cultivate a significant level of self-awareness first. This isn't as easy as it sounds, but those who pursue this goal will find it surprisingly rewarding to do that.

Take Care of Yourself!


There are many different types of holistic approaches out there. Although they are intended to lead us to enjoy a healthy lifestyle, attempting to follow their many guidelines and suggestions can often be confusing, overwhelming, and even downright tiresome in many cases.

This surprisingly simple list of activities represents a better alternative for busy people who don't always have the time to rigorously follow a health guru's advice to the letter. It draws inspiration from the bigger picture holistic approach, while leaving out many of the details.

In many cases, it will give anybody willing to devote only a moderate amount of effort applying it, a good head start down the path to a lifetime of holistic health. A holistic approach for a better value of body wellness includes:

 

  1. Defining a new, more advanced level of agility

  2. Establishing and maintaining good posture

  3. Creating a secure "flow" through proper massage treatments

  4. Managing daily regimens of diet, stretching and exercise

  5. Producing determination and "Amnesty"

The Beauty of Self-awareness

Three most important components for your body’s health:
 

  1.  Eating right

  2. “Stretching” regimen

  3. “Exercising” regimen

 

Why Bodywork and Massage?
 

Bodywork and Massage as a healing tool has been around for thousands of years in many cultures around the world. Touch is a natural human reaction to pain and stress, and for conveying compassion and support. Think of the last time you bumped your head or had a sore calf. What did you do? You rubbed it, right? The same was true of our earliest ancestors. Healers throughout time and throughout the world have instinctually and independently developed a wide range of therapeutic techniques using touch. Many are still in use today, and with good reason. We now have scientific proof of the benefits of massage - benefits ranging from treating chronic diseases and injuries, to alleviating the growing tensions of our modern lifestyles.

 

Having a massage does more than just relax your body and mind - there are specific physiological and psychological changes which occur, even more so when massage is utilized as a preventative, frequent therapy and not simply mere luxury. Massage not only feels good, but it can help what ails you.

 

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