A sensible approach to a well rounded life based on seven areas of personal development we refer to as "Wellness Domains".
Balanced Wellness is the result of developing and nurturing our wellness lifestyle. These domains are not simply behaviors that exist in isolation. Each of these support the others. Our strengths in some can help us grow in others. For example, our diet matters, but when done with proper exercise and proper rest, it helps us heal and defend ourselves from disease. Our relationships matter, but they benefit us more when we can effectively listen and talk, and support one another. Our spirituality, regardless of religion or philosophy, provides us moral instincts that when developed, benefit those around us and provides inspiration and motivation to constantly improve our lives and those around us.
The Family Wellness Institute provides individuals, families, communities and organizations with education, coaching and support to achieve balanced wellness.
We are also available to work with schools, public service and health organizations and community and church groups.
On average for every dollar spent in wellness, three or more dollars were saved in healthcare cost or returned due to improvements in employee performance according to Harvard Researchers.
Employee attendance improves for company's that sponsor wellness programs
Overall employee performance has improved for companies that support employee wellness.
Employees that are engaged in wellness programs report higher morale than those that do not.
The Balanced Wellness Small Group model connects employees and wellness goals with support and encouragement skills that develops trust, accountability and commitment.
Employees involved in wellness programs are less likely to leave their jobs.