We believe health is a journey—what we want, need, and feel changes year-to-year, day-to-day, even moment-to-moment. We want our students to define health for themselves, to listen to and and honor their bodies, minds, and souls, and to cultivate a life that feels balanced and sustainable. We acknowledge that health and wellness looks different based on the various identities we hold including race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, and more. We are committed to ensuring that everyone has a chance to forge their own pathway to health.
Your thoughts and feelings, how you take in information, make meaning, and find purpose.
Your energy sources, what practices you engage in that impact your physical functioning.
Your connectedness, ways in which you interact and relate to yourself and others.
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