Within the field of psychology, the wellness movement began in the early 1960s as an effort to move away from the disease-model approach that was prevalent at the time.
This movement gave rise to the third-force of psychology or humanistic psychology which came into being with an alternative model that approached the human being from a more holistic point of view.
From this pivotal historical shift in working with others, the fourth-force of psychology or transpersonal psychology was born to further speak to the multifaceted layers of each human being that stretched beyond the egoic self and into the interconnectedness of all life.
Wellness Educational Programs
An essential component of the wellness movement is the creation and implementation of holistic educational programs that have a lasting impact on organizational structures.
Two programs that have been developed to meet this are:
- Library Programs
- Center Programs
Both programs work co-creatively in assisting individuals to consciously create and maintain an atmosphere that promotes a wellness-orientated model in which all individuals can freely work and learn together.
Libraries are the cornerstones of each community. Since ancient times they have preserved the writings and teachings of scholars to date.
To positively contribute to this integral pillar, educational programs are offered to libraries that are interested in integrating Meditation programs, Yoga programs, and Energy Medicine programs into the existing curriculum.
All children and adult programs are tailored to meet the needs of each individual library. By working together, we create workshops and modules that bring overall wellness into each library community aiding in the transformation and self-growth of each participant.
Format offerings include:
- Monthly Workshops
- Short-term Modules
- Long-term Modules
Wellness consultations are offered to various clinics, treatment centers, mental health centers, and Higher Education institutions that are looking to create high-quality Wellness Programs.
Short-term and long-term strategic planning is implemented with a mission and vision that will raise the level of wellness in any organization. Progressively build either a single class or an entire program into your center and begin to effectively change the quality of life for everyone involved.