5 Pillars of Wellness

Disciplines to empower ourselves to Optimal Health of our Mind, Body and Spirit

Are you conscious of the way you live? It is critical that we become more aware of our lifestyles and how we live in order to be the greatest version of ourselves. We should take responsibility for our own health. People who are mindful about looking after their own health are becoming more familiar with the holistic approach to health and wellness.

We can live fully alive in mind, body, and spirit without making it messy or complicated. We can empower ourselves to its optimal health if we are intentional in healing and developing our health as a whole, not just one aspect of it. When we talk about wellbeing, we frequently refer to the 5 Pillars of Wellness. Our curriculumworkshops, and prescriptions are built around the 5 Pillars of Wellness. It’s a straightforward, practical, and whole-body strategy that, if addressed even in its most basic forms, may help us thrive and reach optimal health. Improving imbalances in the five pillars below is a perfect way to start. Doing so will not only enhance our general health but also serve as preventative medicine and a disease management tool.

5 Pillars of Wellness Illustration

What are the 5 Pillars of Wellness?

Filtered, bottled or spring water

1 Filtered, bottled or spring water

Water makes up about 60% of the human body. The 8-ounce (237-mL) rule suggests that you drink eight 8-ounce (237-mL) glasses of water every day. Water is used by your body to assist regulate temperature and maintain other bodily functions in all of its cells, organs, and tissues. It’s essential to stay hydrated by drinking fluids and consuming foods that contain water, since your body loses water through breathing, sweating, and digestion. Even slight dehydration has emotional and physical effects. So drinking enough water every day is one of the healthiest things you can do for yourself.

Avoid chloride, fluorine, and heavy metals in your tap water (toxins). Brita filter can be a great investment.​

Plant based anti-inflammatory diet

2 Plant based anti-inflammatory diet

Exercise on most days

3 Exercise on most days

Sleep 7-9 hours nightly

4 Sleep 7-9 hours nightly

Love and Forgiveness of self and others

5 Love and Forgiveness of self and others

Discipline to empower ourselves to Optimal Health of our Mind, Body and Spirit.