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  • 1.  The term wellness is a part of a parallel transformation in the definition of health toward a more holistic perspective that is interrelational, positive in nature, and focuses on the examination of healthy human functioning.  Wellness deals with namely well-being, quality of life, life of Wellness satisfaction, happiness, and general satisfaction. Core areas of wellness are      : As being a combination of having a strong sense of identity A reality-oriented perspective, a clear purpose in life The recognition of a unifying force in one’s life. The ability to manage one’s affairs creatively and Maintain a hopeful view, and the capability of inspired,open relationships.
  • 2. Emotional wellness is awareness and control of feelings, as well as realistic, positive, and developmental view of the self, conflict and life circumstances, coping with stress, and the maintenance of relationships with others.  emotional wellness is a continual process that included an awareness and management of feelings, and a positive view of self, the world, and relationships.  emotional  wellness as related to one’s level of depression, anxiety, wellbeing, self-control, and optimism. Emotional wellness includes experiencing satisfaction, curiosity.  Emotional wellness also includes trust, selfesteem, selfacceptance,self-confidence, self-control, and the ability to bounce back from setbacks and failures
  • 3.      Social wellness encompasses the degree and quality of interactions with others, the community, and nature. social wellness is getting along with others and being comfortable and willing to express one’s feelings, needs, and opinions, supportive, fulfilling relationships. Features of social support consist of the size or density of one’s social network and frequency of contact with relatives and friends. peer acceptance, attachments/bonds with others, and social skills (communication, assertiveness, conflict resolution) are fundamental to social wellness. Social wellness also includes the ability to maintain intimacy, to accept others different from yourself, and to cultivate a support network of caring friends and/or family members.
  • 4.      Intellectual wellness is the degree to which one engages in creative and stimulating activities. The use of resources to expand knowledge and focus on the acquisition, development, application, and articulation of critical thinking. Intellectual Wellness is having a curiosity and strong desire to learn. It is valuing many experiences, staying stimulated with new ideas, and sharing It is the ability to engage in clear thinking and recall, and to think independently, creatively, and critically.
  • 5.      The spiritual dimension of wellness involves seeking meaning and purpose in human existence. It includes the development of a deep appreciation for the depth and expanse of life and natural forces that exist in the universe. becoming spiritually well is when your actions become more consistent with your beliefs and values. Spiritual wellness is the process of getting in touch with your spiritual core. It is a dedication that is unique for each individual.
  • 6.      It is important to lead a lifestyle that is respectful of our environment. It includes respecting nature and those species living in it. Also, respect for others living in our environment is just as necessary as respect for the physical environment itself. Environmental wellness is an awareness of the precarious state of the earth and the effects of your daily habits on the physical environment. An individual can help himself to attain environmental wellness by simply leading an environmentally conscious life.
  • 7.     The occupational dimension of wellness is involved in preparing for work in which one will gain personal satisfaction and find enrichment in one's life through work. Occupational development is related to one's attitude about one's work. To reach occupational wellness you'll contribute your unique gifts, skills and talents to work that is personally meaningful and rewarding. You'll know when you're on the correct path for career wellness, when your work and hobbies become exciting.
  • 8.      physical wellness includes physical activity, nutrition, and self-care, and involves preventative and proactive actions that take care of one’s physical body. Physical wellness encompasses maintenance of cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, and strength. Maintaining a healthy diet and becoming in tune with how the body responds to various events can help. physical wellness include physical indices -muscle tone, cholesterol level, blood pressure and behaviors-eating habits, exercise levels.
  • 9. The newday approach
  • 10.        We promote health through mind, body and spirit. We look at you as a whole person and aid you in assessing your needs. This is an integrative approach to healing. We have a team of doctors and experts specified in various disciplines who work together to optimize your health. This foundation is 90% of what you need to maintain or regain good health. Enhancing the life of people by helping them reach their wellness goals. Newday’s mission is to help people with their health and wellbeing.
  • 11.     Founded in 2005 in Kochi, India, Newday Wellness is an upcoming name in integrated wellness. Wellness means a healthy balance of the mind, body and spirit that results in an overall feeling of wellbeing. Newday Wellness brings together a talented team of professionals including medical doctors, psychologists, yoga and meditation experts, nutritionists, pranic healers, ayurveda doctors and therapists. This compassionate and collaborative team creates an environment focused on your healing and wellness.
  • 12.      We provide wellness coaching rather than treatments or therapies. The biggest difference between a Wellness Coach and other allied health practitioners is in the approach that they take towards helping you to achieve your goals. A Wellness Coach won’t tell you what to do, but will rather ask you where you want to go with your wellness, why it matters to you and how you want to get there. Unlike therapy, a Wellness Coach will not focus on your past, but will rather look towards your future. Unlike a personal trainer a Wellness Coach does not lead you through exercises or give you a specific diet
  • 13.      but rather will help you establish fitness and nutrition goals and see that you accomplish them, little by little. Unlike a primary care physician, a Wellness Coach has the time to spend with you on your health and wellness vision and objectives. A Wellness Coach will support you and guide you to create your definition of wellbeing and what that means to you. The main focus of Wellness Coaching is to concentrate on your strengths and build on them to help you realize your goals. Together, you and the coach will identify your motivators and obstacles as you create your wellness vision for the future.
  • 14. Wellness Consulting Life Coaching Stress Management Wellness facility design & Architecture Wellness Courses Mother and Child Wellness Wellness Tourism Cellular Nutrition Corporate Wellness
  • 15. Contact Information Kochi Center Athma International Wellness Academy, 105, Canal Road, Girinagar, Kochi, Kerala 8138912333 / 04844052242