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Wellness Professional's Categories

Who/What can be listed as a Wellness Professional.

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How Wellness Professional Works

1. Create a Listing

Start listing your service for FREE and reaching your Wellness Lovers all around the world.

The more complete your listing is the better chance you have of finding your services from Wellness Lovers.

Answering Questions

Build Wellness Lovers’ confidence to purchase your services/products by answering Wellness Lover’s questions on ASK WELL.
Outputting your knowledge will boost your occupational/financial wellness.
Start to subscribe to the topics you can answer/ed to get attention and start building trust among the Wellness Lover’s community!

2. Provide Service with
Love & Passions

LOVE, PASSION, and HONESTY are the keys to satisfied Wellness Lovers, and they’ll bring a flock of other Wellness Lovers to you.

3. Get Paid Instantly

Say Goodbye to No-Show customers. Getting paid upfront online can benefit your business.

All you need to do is,  become a seller with super easy steps to get paid online.

Categories in Wellness Professionals

Your Professional could be in multiple categories in the 8 dimensions of Wellness. No worry, you can change or add anytime.

MIND - Emotional Wellness Professionals

INNER CONFIDENT
/EMOTIONAL STABILITY

Psychology
Counseling
Wellness life style
Retreat/Rehab
Mindfulness
Personal transformation

OUTER CONFIDENT

Orthodontic
Beauty therapy
/Hairdressing
Weight Loss

STRESS MANAGEMENT

Meditation
Massage therapy
Comedy/Laughter therapy
Sleep therapy
Breath therapy
Exercise/Fitness
Hypnotherapy
Bathing

BODY & MIND

Martial art
Yoga

Are you a title for helping people to...

  • Assistance in an emotional situation when people needed it.
  • Recognize and reduce stressors in life.
  • Accepting responsibility for their actions.
  • Set priorities
  • Attempt to avoid worry and suspicion.
  • Feel good about themself and think that others like them too.
  • Flexible enough to adapt to life’s changing challenges.
  • Express all kinds of feelings (i.e., hunger, joy, fear, and sadness) and deal with associated behaviors healthily.
  • Balance work and family/social life.
  • Feel considerably in control of my life.
  • Recognize personal shortcomings and learn from their experiences.
  • Have a sense of fun and laughter.