- an even distribution of weight enabling someone or something to remain upright and steady
- a condition in which different elements are equal or in the correct proportions
- keep or put (something) in a steady position so that it does not fall
- offset or compare the value of (one thing) with another
How we define balance
Balance is defined as being able to remain upright and walk gracefully, a state of equality, equanimity, an emotionally and mentally stable mind body and soul.
Are YOU in balance?
If you answered no to this question, you’re not alone. Most people today will admit that neither they nor their lives are in balance. Within each person, we have our psychological, physical and spiritual balance. We have our illness/wellness balance, and we have our work/life balance.
Phase I (1-30)
Phase II (30-60)
Phase III (60-90)
Mind Body Soul advocates an assess-address, results-oriented, program-based approach, while simultaneously utilizing the most advanced technologies and metrics in the health and fitness industry. Our Company offers a personalized, 90-Day Balance program, including the 10-Day Colon Cleanse, 21-Day Cleanse, Intermittent Fasting IF, the Ketogenic Diet, the 30-Day Maintain, the Wim Hof Method of deep breathing, Functional Movement and Holistic Health Coaching.
MBS’s extensive programming is based in the belief that though it takes 21 days to break a habit, it requires 90-180 days to both physiologically and psychologically adhere to a lifestyle change. The focus is for clients to evolve beyond non-productive habits by implementing a healthier and more balanced lifestyle.
The real question is will you change? It all starts with YOU~ First, in who you can be, thoughts become words. Second, in how you get there, words become actions. Third, in why you change, actions make up your character.
Human health & wellness
The understanding of human health is ever-expanding. MBS realizes that health is never as simple as it seems. Internally, there is an interconnection between the different biological systems, just as those systems are influenced by the external environment. The understanding of these relationships requires a new approach to health–a systems approach–whereby the impact of each human biological system is evaluated in relation to each other, not in isolation.
Imbalances in these systems occur as a result of exposure to psychological, physical as well as spiritual challenges and ultimately lead to adverse signs and symptoms; addressing these, while identifying root-cause disturbances, restores balance and improves outcomes. Our Company’s pursuit is to learn the best way to navigate these complexities and find solutions for client issues.