toward a more satisfying existence. Staying mentally curious, physically active and socially
Wellness is . . .
"...a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, and
not merely the absence of disease or infirmity."
The World Health Organization.
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Learning H.O.W. to Age
Based on fMRI brain mapping results illustrated in Mapping the Mind by Rita Carter and referencing Abraham Maslow, Edward de Bono and Richard Restak, Angie Dortch has synthesized their theories/philosophies with experiential gaming and awareness exercises used in acting, dance and voice. Training for this program is available for your existing staff. More than ever before, we hear this word in the news, on billboards, in conversation and even at work. Interestingly, there is no universally accepted definition of wellness. There is, however, a set of common characteristics seen in most thoughtful attempts at a definition of wellness. Wellness is an active process of becoming aware of and making choices
connected are the three principles on which Learning H.O.W. to Age is built. .