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There's More than Just Clean Air in Santa Fe Thanks to Santa Fe Way

By Elisha Neubauer

Santa Fe Way wants you to know you're not alone.

Santa Fe Way was founded with one thought in mind: to optimize the health and growth of the greatest number of people. They do this by helping people achieve their fitness goals within the expansive frameworks of holistic health and personal growth. In other words, their goal is to improve the overall wellness of Santa Feans.

While healthy eating is one of the many facets the company looks at when helping people attain their goals, it is not the sole factor.

"Healthy eating is vital beyond the obvious issue of how many calories one is eating," Jeff Nailen, Wellness Coach at Santa Fe Way, said.

Nailen explained that the human bodymind is a complex adaptive system (CAS). Food affects our hormones, metabolism, and appetite by more than the sheer number of calories it contains.

"Fitness is also very important to change your metabolism and your body," Nailen said.

When utilizing Santa Fe Way to achieve your wellness goals, you will receive customized information, motivation, and organization. But what does this mean?

"We specialize in computer-customizing your Weight Wellness Project according to your metabolic type, endocrine type, Ayurvedic type, muscle fiber type, personality type, coaching preferences, and your goals," Nailen said.

This personalized program is provided in an easy to use project management app. The app gives each client a specialized tool to lose weight naturally and sustainably. Santa Fe Way also provides personal training and wellness coaching to help carry out your computer-customized plan.

Most importantly, as a client of Santa Fe Way, you'll receive ongoing support.

When it came to location for the program, Santa Fe seemed like a no-brainer. In addition to having the cleanest air in the United States, it currently stands as the second cleanest air in the entire world.

"There's so much to love about Santa Fe," Nailen said. "Right now, I'm smelling the sweet aroma of lilac and sage that fills our clean air each spring."

Nailen went on, describing many notable Santa Fe attractions including St. John's College, the "Great Books" school, and Santa Fe Institute (SFI), the world's leading center for the study of complex adaptive systems (CAS) such as the human bodymind.

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