This essentially boils down to the question of "who do you want to be?".
In a world increasing filled with various types and levels sickness, you have to fight for your inborn right to wellness. More people are appreciating these days that life is not about just surviving or struggling to get by but rather it is about getting the most out of life and experiencing the richness that life has to offer whether it's swimming with dolphins, raising a strong family, having a clear relationship with God or even giving a big lump sum of money to charity after achieving commercial success with a product or service that also helps society significantly.
If you want to be the person who is energetic, healthy, sharp of mind and has great relationships into their 80's then you need to minorly be advantaged by genetics and majorly be advantaged by your lifestyle and environment. You are the custodian of your mind, body and spirit, so doing the right sorts of things that lead to the maintenance of your vitality and youthful essence will mean you can be the sort of person that epitomises wellness.
It's clear that Western civilisation is not producing the high performance health in the 21st century that was dreamed about 100 years ago. For example, America and Australia have over 60% of its citizens overweight, lifestyle diseases are on the rise, more people have at least one chronic disease and the cost and burden of disease plus the ever increasing medical expenditure is economically unsustainable. 100 years ago it was thought that modern lifestyle, medical research and technology would provide a nirvana for physical health and society but while some research has provided definite benefits, overall, we are a stressed and fearful culture that misses out on accessing our innate wellness due to the lack of belief in nature and its millenia honed processes. We are designed to have fabulous lives with a mixture of hard work, love, purpose, vitality, faith, and a whole bunch of other supurlatives that people instinctively name when thinking of an ultimate existence freed from the problems, distractions and frustrations of the life we already know. The point of wellness is to access and emphasise nature's in built systems and create a more optimal environment on the outside so that the common problems of modern life are less evident and ideally not present.
The foundation for wellness is at least one teacher (doctor, practitioner, leader etc) that can guide the start of the process of becoming well in mind, body and soul. We obviously focus on the body with our service and what we bear in mind is a quote: “The superior physician helps before the early budding of the disease. The inferior physician begins to help when the disease has already developed.” Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine, Huang Ti Nei Ching Su Wen, 2697-2597 BC. At a time when we have decoded the complex sequences in our genes, we have yet to decipher the simple balances within ourselves. We treat aging as a bemoaning not a becoming. We have trampled our own time-tested truths in a frantic and flawed race against the clock. For which we have paid a terrible price - trading wisdom for wealth, awareness for appearance, and mastery for the momentary. The task is to chase the darkness of doubt out with the light of insight. This is what we aim to help you do.