Wellness is our basic necessity
that fosters us to live a purposeful life.
We aspire to evoke and enable
to assume responsibility for
our personal wellness
to nurture our collective wellbeing and connectedness to nature.
As resilient beings, our bodies hold the innate intelligence and capacity for regeneration and healing, given the right conditions.
We can tap into that potential through self care practices arising from awareness and learned choices.
We can choose to embrace wellness as a way of life to explore our greater potential, liberated from the limiting models of cure and prevention.
is a facilitating medium
a holistic support system for your unique health and wellness contexts, as an individual, family, community or as an organisation.
The currency of wellness is connection
Dr John Travis
The team and the tribe
We are grateful for the cherished connections forged through personal friendships and shared purposes.
The eclectic group of wellness professionals and organisations who walk this path with us are
specialists | experts
joie de vivre...
and passion span multiple dimensions and levels of wellness. Physical to the subtler and spiritual, of people to that of the planet, personal to the communal and home to the work place. We channel our experiences to enable one, through learning and making changes for sustainable progress.
We are a collective of
physicians and practitioners of
ancient healing traditions, CAM disciplines, contemporary health practices, nutrition, movement and functional fitness
professionals and organisations of
wellness education and resources, work place wellness, quality assessment and management, training, learning and development, operations and administration in hospitals, wellness centers and retreats, social work, community and environmental wellness.
Living in harmony and respect for others,
all beings and nature are intrinsic to our wellbeing.
Authentic living is inclusive.
It recognises and honours our interdependence and connectedness to every other being and the earth. Each one of us can play our part to bridge the divide, to heal and build our collective wellbeing. [...]
Somehow, along the way, we have forgotten the intimacy and wonder of our connection with each other and the earth. We have forgotten how very precious life is. We have forgotten that life is sacred.
Yet none of this has been lost. We have not fallen from the pulsating web of life. Life continues to be as mysterious, as precious, as sacred, as it ever was.
What we must do, is remember...
or failing this, invent.
Meryn G. Callander