Working as a Business, Leadership & Life Balance coach and trainer, I've built my practice on the wellness model. I firmly believe that it is the path to a fulfilling and happy life, unlocking the full potential of individuals and businesses alike.
I love to achieve my goals fast, with ease and with joy. I believe that many people want this as well. That’s why I've created a special selection of methodologies, including Coaching, NLP, somatic tools, emotional intelligence, systemic constellations, wellness concept, the science of personal efficiency, and others. These methodologies have a holistic approach, drawing from neurosciences, positive psychology, linguistics, physiology, and eastern spiritual practices for wellbeing. They explore how we interact, learn, perceive information, process it internally, and react to it.
These methodologies provide solutions and outline the path to achieve better results. They guide us on how to communicate effectively, enhance our business, manage stress, handle emotions, and improve overall health and success. Most importantly, these methodologies offer a plethora of tools and exercises, supporting individuals in making positive changes swiftly, effortlessly, and with inspiration.
As a coach, I tailor these methodologies to meet my clients' unique needs, guiding them to navigate their current situations and create a better future.
According to The World Health Organization, wellness is "...a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity." According to The National Wellness Institute of the USA, wellness is "a conscious, self-directed and evolving process of achieving full potential… By applying the model, a person becomes aware of the interconnectedness of each dimension of it and how they contribute to healthy living, for the community and environment.”
The basics of the wellness concept bring us to the early 60s of the last century. Since then it was developed and enlarged based on science and the findings of interconnections in the world we live in, as well as the understanding that our health, relationships, and success in life depend on the way we communicate, the choices we make and the integrated behavior of body, mind, soul, and spirit. Wellness is about how to learn to love and accept ourselves as we are. But it also leads us to the appreciation that everything we do, think, feel, and believe has an impact on our state of health and performance, and we can choose to change our behavior and actions to improve them. Wellness means a lifestyle where everyone envelops their own full potential. Wellness is a choice and constant improvement, a process that does not have an end but helps us experience health and happiness in each moment, here and now. Ultimately, it leads us to understand that what we receive from the environment (surrounding), we process it, and what we return back to our environment (surroundings), has an impact on it, and returns back to us again as a mirror to our behavior, energy, and mindset.
The Six Dimensions of wellness model, developed by Dr. Bill Hettler, co-founder of the National Wellness Institute (NWI) in the USA, is an interdependent model. It provides basic categories from which NWI and wellness coaching derive their resources and services. By applying the model, a person becomes aware of the interconnectedness of each dimension and how they contribute to healthy living, for the community and environment. These six dimensions are emotional wellness, occupational wellness, physical wellness, social wellness, spiritual wellness, and intellectual wellness. And some other enlarged concepts about wellness, include also environmental wellness, concerning ecology, and living in a clean environment.
Getting hands-on with this methodology and using all my professional and personal experience, I help people raise their wellness level in all six dimensions.
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