Spas promote mind, body, and spirit harmony. Wellness is considered holistic since it approaches health from the perspective of the whole person. Our bodies' systems collaborate to navigate through the world in inumerable ways. For example, thoughts that originate in our neurological system activate muscles that propel out skeletal system into action. All body systems work together. When one is out of whack it can affect the others. Wellness contemplates caring for all systems to promote wellbeing.
If one hundred people were asked to name the key component of wellness, more than half would answer - Fitness. But that’s only a partially correct answer. Wellness requires more than fitness. And fitness isn’t a simple subject either. Confusion surrounding fitness complicates matters further. More confusion surrounds the concept of fitness. When most of us think of exercise we envision running and gym routines involving free weights or machines. Of course, running and resistance training are excellent forms of exercise but by no means the only type of fitness training. All movement is exercise. The best exercise is the form that fits the lifestyle of the person doing it. Spas should choose versatile equipment that lend itself to multiple styles of exercise.
Homeostasis is a state of balance among all the body systems needed for the body to survive and function correctly. Spas offer a safe and tranquil place to readjust and restore harmony to your mind and body connection.
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