Making Wellness Work

Wellness as we know it is not working.

According to The American Institute of Stress:

  • About 33 percent of people report feeling extreme stress
  • 77 percent of people experience stress that affects their physical health
  • 73 percent of people have stress that impacts their mental health.
  • 48 percent of people have trouble sleeping because of stress.

The Message – Restorative Wellness

As subject matter experts, Run Hard. Rest Well.® introduces people of all ages to the wellness paradigm – Restorative Wellness. Our proven process disrupts the status quo, heightens self-awareness, dismantles guilt, and positions people to strategically refuel for a lifetime of good work.

Restorative Wellness is a paradigm shift, which gives people permission to stop and rest guilt-free.

The Mission – Making Wellness Work

Wellness as we know it is not working. Run Hard. Rest Well.® equips people to embrace a pace and passion for work and rest that is life-giving, transformative, and sustainable. The message of Restorative Wellness is more needed than ever in our burnt out society. Watch the video below to see how Restorative Wellness can transform lives.

The Movement – Community Impact

Over the next 7 years, Run Hard. Rest Well.® will be working together with hundreds of organizations to equip their leaders to Make Wellness Work in their workplaces. Which will position Northeast Indiana to become the healthiest place to live and work in the United States. Click here to view our Making Wellness Work handout.

Together we can position individuals to thrive, families to flourish, and organizations to excel. Be a part in the solution by introducing your staff to Restorative Wellness. It will be a breath of fresh air for you and them.

Ready to get Started?

For next steps on how to Make Wellness Work in your organization, please fill out this survey on how we can best serve you and your team. A Run Hard. Rest Well.® staff member will be in contact with you to create the best solutions for your organization.