Create a Healthier Home Environment
Learn everything you need to know about how to create a beautiful and healthy home environment free of toxins and clutter.
Interior Design elements, placement, colors, and ergonomics with sustainable materials will support spiritual, physical, and mental growth.
I know you want to get well, stay well, and reach your health goals, but is your home environment holding you back? A toxic home won’t support your health, in fact it can actually harm you.
This program is designed to help you create a healthier home from the cleaning products you use, to finishes, materials, furnishings and more. This course also covers some fun topics like psychological factors, color schemes, and planning for optimal health.
Overview of Healthy Home
Course Modules and More
MODULE ONE: Intro to Healthy Space
By controlling visual complexity (clutter) and increasing natural landscape and views, stress and anxiety can be avoided.
MODULE TWO: Visual Complexity
What’s in your environment has an effect on you, surround yourself with visually stimulating colors, textures and art.
MODULE THREE: Toxins in the Home
Indoor pollutants must be eliminated to provide a healthy living environment.
MODULE FOUR: Ergonomics
Ergonomics is the applied science of the interaction of human movement with the environment surrounding it to improve effectiveness and perform tasks with the least amount of effort.
MODULE FIVE: Physical Solution
By uncluttering rooms, reducing allergens and toxins in the home or optimizing extra space, greater health can be enjoyed by all.
MODULE SIX: Spiritual and Cultural
Psychological and spiritual wellbeing can be enhanced through the use of color, light, acoustics, reduction of clutter, integration of nature and space, and more.
MODULE SEVEN: Color
Color has a strong psychological significance and can even, to some degree, influence physical reactions in human beings. Here we discuss how to choose the perfect colors for your home.
MODULE EIGHT: Lighting
Lighting is one of the most important psychological factors in home design. Fluorescent lighting is tied to shortened attention span and an inability to concentrate.
MODULE NINE: Sound
Sound and music can make life more pleasant, stimulate and enhance sport and thought performance, and even heal.
MODULE TEN: Integration with Nature
Using nature in your home and workspace can be beneficial to support your mental, physical, and emotional health.
MODULE ELEVEN: Aging in Place
Ways you can build your space to take into account the natural process of aging so the elderly can extend the time they live unassisted and independent.
MODULE TWELVE: Room-by-Room
By designing your home for your physical, psychological, and spiritual needs, increased health, productivity, happiness, and general quality of life will be the result.
designed to help with
- Stress management
- Goal setting
- Healthy Lifestyle Habits
- Empty Nest
- Letting Go of Clutter
- Environmental Change
- Trouble Sleeping
- Physical health
- Air quality
- Mental health
- Spiritual health
- Bedroom for sleep
- Green Products
- Importance of Colors
- Natural Home
- Space Planning
- Cleaning Products
- Kitchen Products
- Kitchen Design
- Healthy Home Products
- Room for Exercise
- Aging in Place
Finally, A Healthy Home Solution
Complete with course modules, workbooks, and activities, this program is a fun one for everyone!
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