Holism is a form of healing that takes the entire person into account. Holistic therapy does not just focus on the disease, ailment, injury or overall problem, rather; it focuses on the person as a whole – body, mind and spirit.
Healing traditions date back as far as 5,000 years centering on the concept of living in harmony with nature. Socrates once said, “For the part can never be well, unless the whole is well.” As a whole being, we are all greater than the sum of our parts. If one of our parts is ill, or out of balance, we as a whole are ill or out of balance. It is the goal of holism to help us achieve and maintain this balance through a variety of modalities.


Fitness and bodily health go hand-in-hand. If the body is ill, the mind and spirit cannot be as healthy as they can be.


Most people need to retrain their minds, to reset their perception of reality. How and what we think affects our bodies and spirit.


Working through the body and mind, our true spirit can be released, allowing us to achieve our full potential. We are not talking religion, but spirituality.