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Wellness for Entrepreneurs


Wellness for Entrepreneurs

DivineYu helped many naturo-therapists to get wisdom, knowledge and tools to open and run their own wellness and holistic businesses.

In this class, you’ll receive resources and tools, which can help you to build a successful holistic business, to get out of overwhelm as an entrepreneur and assist you in growing your client base. We’ll cover Motivation, Operations, Marketing, Social Media, Customer Support, Therapy, Collaborations, Developing a Unique Proposition, Aligning with your Life’s Purpose and more.

The wellness industry is rapidly growing. People all over the world in phenomenal numbers are gaining interest in natural stress-reduction programs, nutrition, fitness, complementary medicine, and all kinds of related wellness education, coaching and services. Now is this is the best time ever to be in the wellness field. People want to feel good, look good, and they are seeking out natural ways to prevent health challenges and help themselves revert to balance.

To accommodate the unique challenges that wellness entrepreneurship presents, mainstream business practices must be adjusted. The successful operation of a business includes valuing the mind, body and spirit. Consumer demand for wellness services and products higher than ever.

Key Wellness Industry* sectors include:

  • Personal Care, Beauty and Anti-Aging ($1,083 billion);
  • Healthy Eating, Nutrition and Weight Loss ($702 billion);
  • Wellness Tourism ($639 billion);
  • Fitness and Mind-Body ($595 billion);
  • Preventative and Personalized Medicine and Public Health ($575 billion);
  • Traditional and Complementary Medicine ($360 billion);
  • Wellness Lifestyle Real Estate ($134 billion);
  • Spa Economy ($119 billion);
  • Thermal/Mineral Springs ($56 billion);
  • Workplace Wellness ($48 billion).

The global wellness economy is a $4.2 trillion market. The industry grew 12.8% from 2015–2017, from a $3.7 trillion to a $4.2 trillion market, nearly twice as fast as global economic growth (3.6%).


In 2015, Statistics Canada identified Montreal’s Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) as 4,258 square kilometres with a population of 4,027,100. Learn how to reach your potential clients!

GM Brana, teacher at DivineYu, advised for many years the Economic Development of Ville Saint Laurent on business start-ups and is successfully operating a wellness academy in Montreal. Brana’s formal education background is in science and business. She holds a Master of Science degree in biomedical engineering and has held several successful advisory roles in both independent and global companies. She integrates this wealth of experience, knowledge and her natural capabilities to create a powerful synergy of wisdom plus love energy to be used for both healing and empowerment.

Register by sending an email to info@divineyu.com or call (514) 999-4018.

Reference: https://www.globalwellnessinstitute.org/press-room/statistics-and-facts/