The Wellness Wheel


Our first newsletter of 2022 will explore the WELLNESS WHEEL and how using it can balance your health and life.

Missed Part 1 – Mental Well-Being?

Part 3 of this series is now online !

Greetings FRIENDS, 

The first month of the new year may have found many of us striving to make sense of the existing global events. Through our optimism, resiliency and creativity, many of us have continued to focus and move forward collaboratively with events and activities that will improve the human experience and make this world a better place.

We support and commend the efforts that each and every one of you who are doing your part, in your own individual way, to assist in stabilizing what appears to be very chaotic at times.

Staying connected in meaningful ways contributes to our wellness and purposefulness.  In these coming months, our aim is to communicate with you more frequently.

Continue to share your love, kindness and respect.  May the outpouring of compassion and gratitude ripple ever outward beyond your homes, encompassing all humanity and living things on our beautiful planet.

New Year!  New You!

Be the change you want the world to be.

Blessings always,


Edna Anne Tunney

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The information in this email is provided as an information resource only, and is not to be used or relied on for any diagnostic or treatment purposes. This information does not create any patient-physician relationship, and should not be used as a substitute for professional diagnosis and treatment. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions regarding a medical condition.




The wellness wheel is a visual representation of the areas of our Being that come into play when dealing with our overall health.

Wellness requires a holistic approach.  All of these areas of life and health overlap and are interconnected like a spider web. Like a tire in a very cold climate, when a segment is out of balance, the compression or imbalance can create a bumpy ride.

It is the hope of the writer that you will be inspired to delve deeper into any of the areas.



Written by Edna Tunney
with the collaboration of Cathy Curry

In part 1 of the WELLNESS WHEEL series we examined the mental aspect of wellness.  In this newsletter, part 2, we will explore the physical aspect of wellness, much of which focuses on how to nourish, move and detoxify our bodies.  However, it is also important to recognize that invisible forces emanating in other aspects of wellness can have a direct impact on the physical body. 

We have all spoken or heard phrases such as:

“Carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders”
“Brow furrowed with worry”
“Teeth gnashed in frustration”

“Tears of anguish”
“Eyes shone with joy”
“Smile lit up the room”
“Spring in your step”

How we carry and store our feelings, hurts and resentments in our body, without realizing it, can have as significant an effect in manifesting illness as lack of self-care relating to nourishment, movement and environment.


What a miraculous vehicle our body is!  It houses trillions of cells, each minuscule factories, coalescing into interdependent systems such as our musculoskeletal system, organs, blood vessels and nerves and performing complex functions, many without our conscious awareness.  You don’t need to tell the lungs to breath, the heart to beat or the blood to flow or tissues to repair.  How amazing is that!

However, when we take this wondrous activity and the body’s resiliency for granted, we often overlook the effects on a particular system. Likely, the body gave numerous signs or taps on the shoulder as to what was overburdening it. These were ignored until the wake-up call to pay attention arrived once the manifestation became serious.  
The body does not become out of balance, ill or dis-eased overnight.  Accumulated events, traumas, continual stressors and environmental toxins store themselves in our cellular memory.  We call this ‘carrying baggage’.  Thus a healing journey commences often requiring lifestyle changes – sometimes drastic.


  • The wisdom of Hippocrates still holds true today:  “Let food by your medicine and your medicine be your food”.  Improving nutritional intake and incorporating dietary supplements can be a good place to start.
  • Proper rest and sleep are absolute requirements for the body to repair.
  • Regular exercise ought to be incorporated for heart health, lymphatic system efficiency, and an overall feeling of well-being. Research indicates that the more oxygen the body receives, the healthier it is.
  • Incorporating movement programs such yoga, Qi Gong, or Tai Chi can have beneficial effects that extend beyond just the physical into other dimensions of the wellness wheel.
  • Detoxification can play an important role in countering environmental, workplace pollutants and technological radiations that are absorbed into our bodies.   There are various methods and modalities, including the PERL, saunas, massage, acupuncture, acupressure and many more, that could assist the body in the healing and restoration process.

With diligence and attention to self-care and appropriate boosts, it CAN heal – and it WANTS to return to homeostasis.

If you have been relatively healthy, thus far in your life, appreciate your blessings. We invite you to assess yourself and encourage you to make a conscious and reawakened effort to either add something new or do more of what contributes to your ongoing wellness and longevity.


We’d like to acknowledge the contribution of our support agent, Cathy Curry, in assisting Edna with creating this article that we wish will benefit you on your wellness road.



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