In your disciplined pursuit to discover Wellness Intelligence, we believe that you must embrace quality – not just activity.
You may be exercising … but are you exercising well?
You may be eating … but are you eating well?
You may be meditating … but are you meditating well?
Why do some people succeed at attaining their health and wellness goals and others don’t?
Showing up is great, but it’s only part of it. For example, someone who goes to the gym every day of the week, attends yoga and spinning classes and lifts weights should be in peak form. Too often they are riddled with recurring injuries, pain, and fatigue or simply distracted. Because of this, they are often not achieving their fitness objectives. Plugging into earbuds or a screen detracts and distracts from the quality of what you are doing (always!). Lifting heavier weight doesn’t always build quality strength, lifting properly does. Lacking breath/core connection when doing cardio compromises spinal and hip alignment and can cause physical breakdown.
The solution is to connect to the time you spend being active … it’s always about quality.
The same rules and qualities apply to eating, meditating, our work, relationships and all we do every day.
When we work with clients, we are able to help them find success because we are all about doing good things well.
The seven qualities that we base our immersive wellness solutions on are accessible to anyone. They are learned skills and qualities that we can develop for our greater good. They are qualities that are at the heart of our resilient well-being … where we access balance, control, and health.
When you apply the Akira Concept qualities to all you do, you will understand for yourself.
A feeling of calm strength.
Knowing that you have enough.
Living with gratitude.
Experiencing inner peace.
Acting with compassion and kindness.
Living in the moment.
Not getting lost in the past.
Not needing to know the future.
Having a stable and solid footing.
Being focused and mindful.
Believing in potential and possibility.
Understanding that everything is connected.
Relaxing in your sense of self.
Being less reactive to others and situations.
Able to manage the ups and downs.
Finding balance in the imbalance.
Allowing fluidity in all we are and do.
Doing what is functional.
Knowing what you can’t live without.
Realizing what is vitally important to you.
Practising what always works.
Doing what is infinitely sustainable, not on trend.
Participating in what will serve you for a lifetime.
Having unreserved enthusiasm.
Responding to all with an open mind.
There’s nothing to memorize, and there are no special skills required … just embrace these seven qualities and use them in all you do.
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