For Educators

Building Stress Resilience

1. Get adequate support (be resourced properly)

2. Employ evidence based balance strategies

3. Training (practice, practice, practice)

Helping Students

First, support teachers by improving their stress resilience.


Second, engage students with direct in-classroom methods and tools.


Then introduce social and emotional learning curriculums.



You acquire the right knowledge that will help you get healthy and stay healthy. 



You put that knowledge into action. The power to change requires work.



Doing this over and over to make small, but cumulatively powerful changes to help you achieve real and lasting health.

At it's core, it's very simple.


It's about you DOING healthy things.

Knowing isn't enough. 

There are mountains of health information (some good, some bad, and some ridiculous),

but your most powerful tool to be healthy is ACTION.


 Changing behavior isn't always that easy,

and knowing the behaviors that really do affect your health is also a challenge.

To be able to succeed at becoming healthy, you need:

The right knowledge.


A way to put that knowledge into action.

We've simplified that into a process,

the Health Transformation Process.

In more detail: