Wellness is such a simple word with so many complicated variations and definitions. To one person, wellness is about just looking & feeling healthy, while to another person it means the perfectly sculpted body that you see in fitness magazines. No matter the definition of your wellness, it almost always comes down to the best version of yourself that you can be.
Getting healthy does a great deal more than add years to your life, it boosts confidence, changes chemicals in the brain and makes the life your currently living infinitely better. I have watched these transformations happen right before my eyes so many times and it never gets old. Watching a client take back control of their life is an awe inspiring moment that can fill your heart with pride to know that we were a small part of changing the direction of a person's life.
When I designed Club Recharge I had all of these wellness variations and definitions in mind. The concept of a wellness super center was my belief that if I had all of the science backed therapies that helped clients create the best version of themselves at one location that they would find it more practical to start their journey and change the direction of their life. Before there was a Club Recharge the process would involve a lot of traveling to different specialists. Clients would have to travel from their weight loss consultant for weight loss advice to the gym to exercise & workout and if they over did it at the gym they would have to find an open massage therapist or sauna for those sore muscles. We took the traditional approach of using 40 different specialists to achieve the ultimate wellness and put them all at one location to make the process more convenient and economical.
For example when a client stops at the club for weight loss advice, we understand that they have been conditioned to think that their is a problem with their weight when in fact they are just unhappy with the shape of their body. Getting our clients to understand that if we flew them up to the moon and weighed them they there, they would weigh substantially less but still would feel that there was a problem with their weight. This is the message we try everyday to communicate to our members. Wellness is not a number on a scale, or having the perfect body, it a feeling that you have about yourself when you look in the mirror with your best dress or suit on.
Wellness may also just be having the energy to get off the couch or out of bed to go experience life, or go for a walk without constant joint & back pain. In my experience working with our over 800 members at the club I have found everyone's version of wellness is unique to their expectations of themselves and what their ideal life would consist of. This bigger question is what's stopping you from achieving your wellness.