Uplyft Wellness

Our Vision, Mission, & Who We Serve

Our vision is to help you learn how to be more accountable and responsible for your own self care.
Our mission is to help you recognize that self care comes from within and begins with a daily practice.
We serve YOU! Individuals who are willing to spend a minimum of 5 minutes a day developing lifestyle practices and habits rooted in the 5 principles of health and well-being: physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual.

Schedule a free consultation to learn more!

Uplyft Wellness

Our Vision, Mission, & Who We Serve

Our vision is to help you learn how to be more accountable and responsible for your own self care.
Our mission is to help you recognize that self care comes from within and begins with a daily practice.
We serve YOU! Individuals who are willing to spend a minimum of 5 minutes a day developing lifestyle practices and habits rooted in the 5 principles of health and well-being: physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual.

Schedule a free consultation to learn more!

What is uplyft?

Uplyft is a journey of self discovery and self care through daily practice.

Re-discover who you are. And discover who you’re meant to be. Each day practice behaviors and develop habits rooted in the 5 principles of health and well-being that will make it easier to be the best version of yourself TODAY. 

 

Check out our Blog.

How to Yoga

“Now my friends, if you are imagining in a beautiful yogi dream that you will be reclining on a lazy-boy sipping hot cocoa by the roaring fire …pause for effect…, then allow me to burst your bubble and bring you back to reality cause that’s not the case.”

Food

I always struggle to come up with satisfying meals that are both gluten free and vegan. I work past the reasonable lunch hours of 11a-1p, and I’m not one to take a lunch break unless it’s a mandatory requirement anyways. Once I finally get home it’s the awkward afternoon snack hour and so the question becomes: “Do I eat a real meal? Or do I just eat a spoonful of peanut butter?”

Mental Health

“We can’t always wait for someone to cry out for help because they may choose not to. When someone we love and care about is struggling with mental and emotional illnesses and all of their side effects, it is imperative that we invite them to talk about what they are experiencing. No one has the ability to read another persons mind. So, we can’t know what an individual is really experiencing unless they open up and tell us. “

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“Pick one principle of health and set a goal to accomplish every day.”
– Isi Christiansen
Balancing beside a colorful bird
Balancing beside a colorful bird