Neighborhood Wellness Experiences

Let’s get real.

Many people seeking help will not step outside of their medical insurance plan.  When they do, it’s because of a few reasons:

  • They were raised using alternative care strategies;
  • A family member, friend, social media friend, acquaintance, celebrity, or headline shared information that caught their attention and they want to learn more; and/or,
  • Traditional western medicine failed them and – desperate to find a solution – they’re seeking other options.

Many of the same are willing to pay out of pocket for healthy living services and products like gym memberships, monthly massage memberships, weight loss programs, and supplements to name a few… a lot of services that benefit from national advertising.  This tells us they aren’t OPPOSED to paying you… they just need to know you exist AND it really helps when a system is in place to make your services affordable.

So how do wellness professionals educate and inform consumers about other paths to living happy, healthy & thriving lives?  Quite frankly, the professionals – YOU!! – have to think outside the box!

Well, we have a solution… NEIGHBORHOOD WELLNESS EXPERIENCES (aka open houses, fairs, etc.)!

Imagine independent wellness professionals working TOGETHER to provide consumers with both the education AND experience to learn about alternative options.

Imagine healers in a geographic area coming together to plan pop-up wellness expos, open houses, and educational meetings (i.e. MeetUps) for nearby consumers and employers.

Imagine these groups of professionals pooling their resources to find locations, advertise the events, promote on social media, and knock on business doors in the neighborhood with invitations to attend.

Imagine the professionals having a tool to help consumers pay for the services and products they discover… and that tool is You Define Wellness.

I don’t have to imagine, I know what the outcome would be… change.

This is a really sweet benefit for healthy living professionals, but it’s only for those in the You Define Wellness network as we simply cannot promote businesses not affiliated with us.  We’d love to have you join us!


Neighborhood Wellness Experiences January 27, 2020