Image of Wellness

by | Aug 1, 2016 | Health and Wellness Coaching | 0 comments

Polaroid cameraIf you took a Polaroid of wellness, what image would you capture?

My picture would either be something predictable like a green smoothie or a Pinterest-worthy balanced plate of food. It might also be a picture of me laughing hysterically as I try to get my uncoordinated self through an adult ballet class, or even an image of a nap break during my lunch hour.

Trying to take a single picture that defines wellness would be really hard. I think a collage would be a more reasonable task!  Wellness to me means being well physically, emotionally, mentally, relationally, etc… But when do you reach the point of wellness? For each individual, wellness can be uniquely defined and measured.

As Wellness Coaches, we have the incredible privilege to help our clients clarify their desired wellness outcomes so that they can take action and get to where they want to be.

Just like setting a coaching agenda, where you need a clear picture of the focus and the specific takeaways of the session, in wellness you need to know what you want so you can go after it and get it.

What is your agenda for your wellness?

And a step further…what’s the larger picture agenda behind becoming a Wellness Coach?

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