Why Membership Communities Benefit Your Health and Well-Being

Here at Tribe, our belief in the power of community is at the core of everything we do. We know how communities grounded in love, acceptance, support, and a dedication to health and well-being drastically benefit the lives of all those it touches.

Being in a community with those with similar goals, interests, and philosophies will challenge you to be the best person you can be. Membership communities have the added benefit of motivation—a commitment that prompts you to take advantage of all there is to offer to improve your personal or professional life.

Whether you’re a wellness professional or a self-care follower of Tribe, being in our community is a powerful addition of positivity and health to your mind and body.

Community and Personal Self-Care

“The need for connection and community is primal, as fundamental as the need for air, water, and food.” – Dean Ornish

Everybody needs a community. These days, it can be challenging to find communities that have a strong focus on whole-human health and contain individuals dedicated to inner positivity and wellness. We created Tribe to be a supportive space for wellness professionals, as well as everyone who feels connected with our mission.

We invite our members and the greater community to participate in relevant and insightful discussions and other forms of self-care content. To view previous community conversations, visit our Instagram page, or to listen to audio-only, visit TribeRadio.

Community and Professional Development

Being a professional member of Tribe has benefits beyond networking—we actively support you, and guide your business to be the most fulfilling and successful it can be. Being a part of a positive, caring community means that everyone wants to see you thrive.

The power of a happy, healthy, and supportive community is a very strong force. After all, the world is not usually transformed by seismic events, but by small communities taking small steps, one at a time.

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