Vermont Wellness Education manages health improvement strategies for groups and companies. We demonstrate the group-sourcing process to improve motivation, and help you solve problems about stress.
Please read more about VWEd on Our Commitment page.
L3C is a unique corporate designation, a hybrid organization
combining the non-profit and for profit business model.
It is a form of social enterprise.
This allows us to do lobbying and advocacy,
in addition to our primary mission.
Come join a Pilot Group with VWEd
We have made plans to build our pilot study – this month we are hosting discussion groups to introduce how our Resource Circles will begin in 3 towns in Windham County. We want to invite you to participate, learn about our goals for Vermont’s reform efforts, and see how this outreach will happen in Brattleboro, Bellows Falls, and Wilmington. With your help we will build groups to help a greater number of people who need and want this kind of sustained support, in addition to health insurance.
This Winter we will also offer free workshops – these are some topics:
Managing Difficult Situations
All conflicts and struggles produce tension. How does this stress affect the heart and the mind?
We cope the best we can with difficult situations, until we become able to manage these situations differently, but managing often depends on your ability to find a new perspective (perhaps a new comfort zone). What about when old habits and struggle are in the way?
What does resilience mean to you, personally?
Whenever there is a struggle in your heart, it shows up as stress, fatigue and contraction. This focus on resilience is about how you feel: how to consider stress so it doesn’t drain your energy, and how to recognize/reduce the tension in your emotional experience.
Don’t have time?
Let’s get control over what is behind the message “I just don’t have time…” We sure keep ourselves busy, but too often we pay a high price. This is a key to stress management. So, when is being “creative” or “productive” just doing too much, and where does balance come from?
Contact Us. You can get all the details in the next newsletter, so click here to give us your email address and learn about the project or ask questions.
Reform suggests we have lost something in health care. There are many aspects of Prevention, and one primary path, which is self-care. –Dr. Jesse de la Rosa, founder, Vermont Wellness Education
Humans are now in a final exam, and the questions may not be what you thought they were.–R. Buckminster Fuller
A mind once stretched by a new idea can never go back to its original dimension. –Oliver Wendell Holmes
Wellness is Always a Work in Progress