What and How



Mental Wellbeing-

Changing taboo to trend

"There is No Health without Mental Health"- WHO

When we talk about mental health, we're talking about our mental well-being: our emotions, our thoughts and feelings, our ability to solve problems and overcome difficulties, our social connections, and our understanding of the world around us. Mental and Physical wellbeing are two sides of the same coin. One can't exist without the other.

This need for holistic approach to mental wellbeing has been a motivating factor for our Mental Well Being Platform (MWBP). This is being offered as a package with the basic aim of providing multiple therapies and medicinal options at one place. It is a one stop solution where we first assess our client's need for coaching / counseling. This is followed by coaching/counseling sessions, nutrition, fitness, alternate medicine like Ayurveda, homeopathy, naturopathy, etc,alternate therapies, Yoga and meditation.

Packages are customized as one cap doesn't fit all.

To create awareness and remove the taboo surrounding mental health, we also offer "Change Mindset" programswhich are conducted through workshops and webinars.


What is well being?


Well-being is the experience of health, happiness, and prosperity. It includes having good mental health, high life satisfaction, a sense of meaning or purpose, and ability to manage stress. More generally, well-being is just feeling well.

What are the components of well being?

  • feeling happy
  • healthy
  • socially connected
  • purposeful.

  • Unfortunately, well-being appears to be in decline, at least in the U.S. And increasing your well-being can be tough without knowing what to do and how to do it.

    Where Does Well-Being Come From?


    Well-being emerges from your thoughts, actions, and experiences — most of which you have control over. For example,
    1. When we think positive, we tend to have greater emotional well-being.
    2. When we follow meaningful and positive relationships we tend to have better social well-being.
    3. When we lose our job — or just hate it — we tend to have lower workplace well-being.
    These examples start to reveal how broad well-being is, and how many different types of well-being there are.
    Because well-being is such a broad experience, let's break it down into its different types.

    Types of well being / Areas of well being

    5 Major Types of Well-Being

    1. Emotional Well-Being: The ability to practice stress-management techniques, be resilient, and generate the emotions that lead to good feelings.
    2. Physical Well-Being: The ability to improve the functioning of your body through healthy eating and good exercise habits.
    3. Social Well-Being: The ability to communicate, develop meaningful relationships with others, and maintain a support network that helps you overcome loneliness.
    4. Workplace Well-Being: The ability to pursue your interests, values, and purpose in order to gain meaning, happiness, and enrichment professionally.
    5. Societal Well-Being: The ability to actively participate in a thriving community, culture, and environment.

    What kind of well being skills we need?


    1. Emotional Well-Being.

  • Happiness Skills
  • Mindfulness Skills
  • Positive Thinking Skills
  • Resilience Skills
  • 2. Physical Well-Being.

  • Eating for Health
  • Detoxing Your Body
  • Correcting Nutritional Deficiencies
  • Unfortunately, it's possible to eat healthy but still be unhealthy. We can accidentally m

    3. Social Well-Being.

  • Gratitude,
  • Kindness,
  • Communication
  • It easier for us to have positive interactions with others
  • helping us to feel less lonely,
  • angry,
  • disconnected.
  • 4. Workplace Well-Being.

  • Goal setting to stay focused
  • living our values
  • Last minutes syndrome
  • Perfectionism is anti team work
  • Maintaining Work-Life Balance
  • Finding Your Purpose for being motivated,
  • Because we spend so much time at work, building our workplace well-being has a big impact on our overall well-being.

    5. Societal Well-Being: To develop societal interconnected with all things

  • support our environment,
  • build stronger local communities, and
  • foster a culture of compassion, fairness, and kindness. large. When we cultivate societal well-being, we feel like we are a part of something bigger than just ourselves and live happily.
  • Living Your Values
  • Making Positive Impacts in Other People's Lives
  • Kindness
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