Guiding Wellness Institute Affiliates
We are proud supporters of the following organizations and hope you will take a moment to explore all of the wonderful things they are doing to enhance our community, our environment and our human family. We are better, when we serve together!
Warriors at Ease brings the healing power of yoga and meditation to military communities around the world, especially those affected by combat-stress, PTSD, and trauma. We do this by training and deploying certified mind-body professionals to settings where they can enhance the health and well-being of service members, veterans, families, and healthcare staff.
Founded in 2019, Project Passport is a wellness travel company created for the new millennium of travel where one can combine mind, body, culture, and people into one beautifully developed group experience, also known as a “retreat.”
Our retreats range domestically to the international ends of the earth. Sabriya, the Founder, created Project Passport for people wanting more than just a sightsee. People who want to take part in a meaningful travel experience that aims to help them: 1) find a better sense of self and balance 2) build connections with other people 3) create lifelong memories and 4) gain social awareness.
MUTU System is a medically reviewed and doctor recommended exercise and recovery program with step-by-step instructions and exercises that only take 15 to 20 minutes, that will help you strengthen your core and pelvic floor, lose weight, and feel confident and sexy again.
The Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS), defines hyperbaric oxygen therapy as “a treatment in which a patient breathes 100% oxygen intermittently while inside a treatment chamber at a pressure higher than sea level pressure.” With your Guiding Wellness Institute membership you will receive a discount on services.
The Holiday Highlander is an athletic competition with a mix of strongman events and Highland Games Events. All competitors are required to wear a kilt for the competition. We support a community saturated with Military Personnel and Veterans and feel pushing this money towards an organization that supports transition, healing and community would be a great partnership! All monies raised for the event will be put back Continuing the Mission’s program that provides uniquely trained/certified service dogs for free to Veterans and transitioning Service Members.
It all started when I broke my back in a military training accident almost two years ago.
After an eight week recovery on the couch unable to move, I went on to special operations assessment and selection. Through some of the worst pain I’ve ever endured, I made it to the other side of selection.
Shortly after I returned, a friend turned me onto Yoga to help cope with my incessant back pain. Nearly two years later, I’m not only feeling less pain, but I’m fully and wholeheartedly committed to my practice.
The goal of American Yogi is to share that experience with others, be they military, civilian, first responder, nine-to-fiver who needs the love and gratitude Yoga can provide.
Thank you for taking a moment to read a little bit about how we came about. Excited to help do for others what Yoga has done for me, and to embrace all the good that our practice holds.
More than 80 percent of those who had tried yoga or tai chi or had seen a massage therapist or chiropractor said it had helped them.
“Tai chi helps with back pain in several ways,” says Benjamin Kligler, M.D., national director of the Integrative Health Coordinating Center at the Veteran’s Health Administration. “It strengthens the muscles in your abdomen and pelvic area that are crucial to supporting the lower back; it improves your balance and flexibility; and it makes you more aware of your posture when you sit, stand, and walk.”
Carolina Treatment Center of Fayetteville provides superior treatment to individuals aged 18 and older who are struggling with an addiction to opioids. The Fayetteville clinic provides all-inclusive medication assisted treatment by combining specific prescription medications, as well as effective therapeutic interventions.