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You’ve probably been to a wellness center before. With the many health services they offer, it may be hard to define what it is exactly. And are they any different from day spas?

Some might focus on skincare and beauty while others support your emotional and psychosocial well-being.

What is a Wellness Center?

Generally speaking, a wellness center is a building or facility that’s committed to the promotion of health services for the mind and body. It’s geared towards enhancing the quality of life and achieving optimal wellness. Plus, the staff educates their clients about personal health and wellness.

Usually, these health facilities offer an array of services from traditional medical services to alternative options such as yoga, hypnotherapy, acupuncture, and wellness technologies. Some may even focus on treating a particular ailment or issue such as weight loss, allergies, stress, and even insomnia.

On the other hand, day spas are all about relaxing and being in the moment. Some of the common services here are massages, facials, soaks, and wraps.

So, let’s take a look at the various types of wellness centers.

EveryBody in Mind Wellness Center

EveryBody in Mind Wellness Center

Types of Wellness Centers

For General Health and Well Being

You can find this type in institutions such as universities or companies. It caters to either students or employees and advises them about stress management, proper nutrition, fitness, and other health concerns. Sometimes the institution might have a health clinic for physical ailments and then a wellness center for mental and psychological well-being.

For business-based wellness centers, they may have occupational health programs along with regular health newsletters to encourage their employees to take better care of their health. Sometimes, this type of wellness center is set up by the insurance company.

 

Offering Specific Health and Wellness Services

In contrast, this specializes in its services. For instance, they work with clients to help with their weight loss or offer their own nutrition programs.

At Everybody in Mind Wellness Center,  we have a wide variety of services to promote wellness on every level. As an award-winning wellness center, we have cutting-edge complementary modalities such as Somadome meditation, Ajna light therapy, Crystal Bed Therapy, Reiki, Acupuncture, Psychic Mediumship, Tarot Card Readings, and Aura Photography among others to help you achieve overall well-being.

Plus, our founder, Carla Chalah is a certified clinical hypnotherapist who offers Hypnotherapy and Integrative Life Coaching as well. In this kind of coaching, she can help you find a better version of yourself in a dynamic and conversational way. You get to come up with action plans for your personal transformation. And what’s better is that she works not just with the conscious mind but the subconscious mind to help make a lasting personal change.

 

Physician-run Wellness Center

Lastly, we have wellness centers run by a group of physicians or medical specialists. Some medical health practitioners who may run wellness centers are primary care physicians, psychiatrists, physical therapists, and others.

If you’re looking for a wellness center, make sure to check the qualifications and certification of the staff. Also, consider the one that suits your needs in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

So, have you checked out any of Everybody in Mind’s wellness services?