See the below image for the Wellness wheel health and wellness diagram. The Wellness Wheel represents a person’s life and their total well-being. It works like this: Use the inner rings of the wheel to rate yourself in each dimension of health as either low, healthy/average, or high (see below) The more it’s like a functioning wheel, the more you’re thriving
As students become more familiar with the Wellness Wheel here are a few of the concepts I’m able to teach them using this tool: Each wedge represents a different component of health and well-being: environmental, financial, intellectual, mental & emotional, occupational, physical, social, spiritual.
Each of the 8 dimensions are interconnected and equally important. How balanced is your Wellness Wheel? Click here for a screen reader friendly PDF of the Wellness Wheel.