School of Wellness
The School of Wellness Membership
Availability of Wellness Education
In all do reality there is no shortage of information when it comes to health related information. A simple search of the Internet will display hundreds of sites with more information than one can ever be expected to read.
BUT the problem is that most people only act in situations of crisis. Therefore, information has to be placed "in front of peoples faces" in places where people are most likely to gather.
This is why we regularly present School of Wellness Workshops and other educational forums, such as our "Wellness Weight Loss Challenges" in schools and places of worship.
These are places where people meet anyway! In addition, we strongly encourage to participation of school and clergy leadership to be front and center in the promotion of these health and wellness initiatives.
Finally, this site is designed as a comprehensive tool to educate, motivate and empower its members to stick to a plan of disease prevention and natural health choices.
We suggest you refer to the Events page to view upcoming programs and initiatives.
The Getting Started page will give you an overview of benefits to being a member of the School of Wellness
Accessibility of Natural Health Care options
This is always going to be a challenging situation. Primarily because there are two natural obstacles that need to be overcome.
1. Lack of education
2. Affordability of services
One of the goals of this site is to give thorough science based information in order to support our wellness/treatment options.
Lack of education has always been a problem when it comes to making health care decisions. Most people, especially those in socio-economically challenged areas have no other choice but to follow an allopathic treatment model and rarely question their medical provider for possible alternative options.
In addition, most people will usually base their health treatment choices based on the options that are covered by their health insurance.
MOST natural options are EXCLUDED or are minimally included in typical insurance coverages. Again, those with minimal policies and government assisted policies have NO ACCESS to these alternative options.
Our goal is to bridge the divide. Click here to visit our NATURAL ALTERNATIVE page for more information.
Benjamin Franklin once said, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure". This saying is jus as true today as it was in 1735 when it was first quoted. The original context was to create a volunteer fire department in Philadelphia as a measure to prevent a catastrophic fire that can destroy the whole city.
The School of Wellness philosophy is similar. Create measures to prevent sickness so as to not allow the physical body to become prematurely sick and die from a disease that could have been prevented.
Therefore, we have created a three-pronged approach to educate, empower and engage participants to follow a course of wellness to prevent disease and have choices of natural treatment options that are safer and more effective than some medical protocols.
Accountability for Health Success
At the School of Wellness we are very serious with the term "Accountability". There is a lot more to sickness prevention and staying well than just available education and treatment accessibility. What we mean is, "knowledge is good, but it is the application of knowledge that will create an outcome".
Therefore, at the School of Wellness we have created (and will continue to create) several programs and initiatives to get people involved and keep them involved.
Our 21-day Wellness Challenge is a great way to engage schools, churches and business organizations to become initiated with the concept that getting and being healthy can be a fun and rewarding experience. In addition, our very affordable School of Wellness Membership is a perfect way to keep up on wellness instructions, exercise demonstrations/workout videos and latest news on trending natural options.
Again, much of this success has to do with the participation of community leadership. Community leaders must realize that part of their responsibility as a leader is to be an example to those who they lead, that "Good Health" is a personal responsibility that should not be taken lightly.