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Veteran Joe Morgan in his bowling pictureVeteran Credits Whole Health for Return to Living
NC Veteran gets back to the life he loves with Whole Health coaching. “When Mr. Morgan shared that he was again bowling and even made it to the championship as captain I could see that made him come alive.“
Vet and Husband on beach.Living His Best Life with VA Whole Health
Pandemic depression and a few extra pounds were preventing this Navy Veteran from living out his best retirement years in Florida. Whole Health changed that by helping him to lose weight and make new connections.
Army Veteran Jennifer Yarbrough and Chad Hunley, Whole Health Coach.Veteran finds support in Whole Health
Army Veteran finds support in Whole Health after three cancer diagnoses. Setting a goal to ride her motorcycle, this female Veteran regained her strength and enthusiasm for life with the help of a Whole Health coach.
Veteran Larry Reese and family.Moving the Body and Calming the Mind
“Motion is lotion. If you’re sitting still, you’re feeling the pain, but if you keep moving, it helps you to deal with it.” Veteran learns skills to manage pain through Whole Health.
Marine Corps Veteran, Christopher YoungVeteran Regains Confidence Through Whole Health
“I just feel happy to be alive and I feel much more outgoing now,” says Veteran Christopher Young, who has regained his confidence and strength through Whole Health coaching, exercise and acupuncture.
Veteran Reverend James Mitchell playing Pickle Ball.Praising God and Offering Thanks for Whole Health
“I was a walking billboard for pain before I met Ms. Dobson,” says Reverend James Mitchell of Bluefield, WV. “We need more Veterans to learn about Whole Health, and I will be the billboard for its success.”
Army Veteran Ricardo Martinez poses outside of an office at the Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center.Combat Veteran Embraces Whole Health
One of the most successful battles of Combat Army Veteran, Ricardo Martinez’s life was attacking the enemy of PTSD and isolation. Learn how he healed with Whole Health.
Navy Veteran and Peer Support Specialist David Muniz on a hiking trip.Sharing Whole Health: Peer-to-Peer
What matters most to you? On the pathway to Whole Health, this is THE question. While the question may seem simple, for Navy Veteran David Muniz, it was life changing.
Woman is looking out of the window.Five Resources to Recharge This Holiday Season
As you prepare for the holidays and new year, fight the urge to tackle long to-do lists. Instead, take time to recharge and get the rest you need, so you have energy to do the activities you enjoy.
Veterans practice yoga poses outside in a gardenInspiring Hope Through Garden Yoga
When COVID-19 hit, Whole Health Coaches at the Fargo VA Medical Center came up with a creative solution for holding yoga classes outside in their Healing Garden, providing hope and inspiration.

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