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Strength of Health

Take a deep breath – and another – and one more. Pause. Now think of health. What do you envision? A thing? A place? A feeling? How do you hear, see, smell, taste, touch, experience health? Where do you find health? Where might health be hiding that you least expect?

At Table Health we explore these questions everyday – personally and professionally, seeking health in all places, spaces and faces. We are humbled, honored and heartened by the endless opportunities to discover, nurture and cultivate health and have designed new programs to effectively share our expertise with you in the right way, at the right time and pace that will support your journey of health.

Last week, we introduced our Wheel of Wellness, illustrating the concepts that underscore our programs. We began with the center of the hub, prioritizing, honoring, acknowledging you, the individual as the focus of the experience of health. You have exclusive power of ownership and full responsibility for accountability for your health. To help you fully step into this leadership role, Table Health provides resources for success, the most important of which is highlighting for you the amazing capacity you have within to truly embrace and achieve your best health, your best self.

This week, we take a step outside the center and see the three major aspects of health delineated: emotional, relational and physical. Let’s consider these as relationships with health, active partnerships in which we are both a contributor and a recipient.

Emotional – how I give and receive health within myself

Relational – how I give and receive health with the world outside of me

Physical – how I give and receive health from and for my body

These are the major categories from which we will expand in coming weeks and it is important to spend time considering which might be our natural tendency of focus. A comprehensive and robust approach to health requires constant maintenance and we all have strengths and weaknesses. Just like a muscle we would train in the gym, these require practice, repetition and daily attention to maintain their tone. Also as in the gym, we often gravitate to the familiar, the routine, that which we have always done. However, without variety in type, style, intensity and volume in training, we are likely leaving some muscles weak and creating imbalances rendering ourselves vulnerable for injury.

At Table Health, we recognize the importance of building resilience within ourselves and our relationships in the world. Addressing each of these aspects of health in the ratio that is needed for your most robust expression of health is the focus of our individualized programming. With physician leadership and expert support, we create the needed exercises that will strengthen forgotten but vital muscles of emotional, relational and physical health.

Join us and find the strength you need in each of these aspects to overcome challenges and champion the victories of your health by taking your seat at the Table.