If you’re like the rest of us, you’re always on the lookout for the best day to make a fresh start. When the calendar turns over a new month, it’s probably even more on your mind. Maybe today’s the day you’ve decided to get real about the changes you want to make in your life. From adding in more movement to your life to refining your diet, your options are truly endless. But where should you start? And how can you make sure that the changes you make really stick? Fortunately for you, plenty of veteran-owned wellness companies are here to help.
Here are our top four picks for the best veteran-owned wellness companies
Military spouse Jessica David is a National Board-Certified Health and Wellness Coach. Ready to uncover the ways to live a more mindful life? Conveying Awareness can help via their small group workshops. Discovery sessions with Jessica David can also help you explore and identify the areas in your life that might need a little improvement. Or, if you’re ready to start a wellness journey centered around nutrition, Conveying Awareness can help with that, too!
Ditch the idea that you need to be on a ‘diet’ to achieve optimal health. At Reichert Wellness, coaches help empower women by bridging the gap between mental health and physical wellness. Services include everything you might need to revamp your life. From lifestyle and wellness coaching to meal guides and culinary tips and tricks to personal training, Reichert Wellness offers something for everyone.
Taylor Hester Fitness
Schedule a 1:1 call with Taylor Hester Fitness and finally take control of your wellness. The firm features virtual fitness coaching for all body shapes and sizes. Sustainable weight loss, strength programs, and personalized fitness and nutrition routines are all available from the comfort of your own home. Schedule a call and discover the Taylor Hester Fitness difference.
Intentionally Healed is on a mission to transform how we view nutrition and mental health. The founder of this wellness brand is the spouse of a retired Special Forces medic. That means she knows the ins and outs of this complex lifestyle, and she’s here to ensure you feel your best mentally and physically. Services include nutritional therapy, functional nutrition for mental health, and other options. Visit the Intentionally Healed website for more information.
You owe it to yourself to seek out the resources you need to reach your goals. And by connecting with military community members, you’ll be one step ahead since they already understand the unique challenges that military families face.
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