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What is a culture of wellness?

A culture where the values of health and wholeness are promoted and practiced to create food freedom, improved health, and lifestyle well-being.

This type of culture is created when people transition toward a values-based way of living, working, and relating. It is a person-centered culture that encourages growth, fulfillment, and passion by fueling purpose and enhancing personal lifestyle well-being. 

A positive wellness culture helps people recognize and affirm what is working well while also learning how to be honest and fair concerning what needs to change and improve for the benefit of stress reduction, mental clarity, emotional resiliency, health, and happiness.


A culture of wellness focuses on slow and steady progress and celebrates sustained effort and long-term continuity. Its purpose is to create a way of living, working, and connecting that weaves health and well-being into the fabric of every aspect of life. It supports all dimensions of physical, emotional, and mental health as well as relational, financial, spiritual, and social well-being.


A culture of wellness is actually the antithesis of diet culture because decades of that lifestyle have created a very unwell society. So creating a wellness culture isn't about a diet, eating plan, or fitness routine since research shows those don't work.


A culture of wellness helps people with the WHAT, WHY, and HOW of eating, moving, working, and living so they understand the impact of lifestyle behavior choices on all dimensions of their health and well-being.

Let us help you IGNITE the Change Within to create a wellness culture for food freedom and health and well-being tranformation! 

The Goals

  • To understand the importance of life balance.

  • To affirm the right to live, work, and behave in wholeness.

  • To establish a framework that supports growth and development while living, working, and interacting in balance. 

  • To apply skills that allow people to live, work, and relate with a purpose for the benefit of the world. 

  • To reach short-term goals with long-term health and well-being in mind. 

The Values

  • Caring in place of callous

  • Character in place of conformity

  • Collaboration in place of authority

  • Creative in place of inflexible 

  • Effort in place of results

  • Hard work in place of a quick fix

  • Health in place of fitness

  • Personal responsibility in place of a mandate

  • Practice in place of programs

  • Process in place of outcome

  • Relationship in place of power

  • Resilience in place of sensitivity

  • Respect in place of recognition

  • Serving others in place of serving self

  • Significance in place of success

  • Surrender in place of control

  • Wholeness in place of segmentation