We are a community of professionals bringing holistic wellness to individuals, couples, families, leaders and organizations, from the wealthiest to the poorest, while making wellness and healing accessible and affordable.
Our purpose in this mission is to create healthy people who reproduce goodness, love and beauty in the world.
We believe it is vital for any organization to be intimately connected to the “Why” of what you do. The word Kineo is connected to a very deep and passionate call to fully live. So here’s a little background about Kineo and it’s ethos:
It’s origin is Greek. Literally, it means “to move”, “to put into motion”, “to cause a disturbance.” Think kinesiology (the study of movement). The story behind this ancient word is one of a mother eagle coming up to her nest full of young fledglings who are ready to fly, but need a little help getting out of the nest. So the mother eagle will take her beak and rustle and shake the nest to “cause a disturbance.” She does this so that the young eaglets, who are vulnerable and at risk if they don’t learn how to fly, may eventually take flight and live. Movement. It’s vital to life, but may look different from person to person and story to story.
It’s a call to move, to listen, to see, to know, to stand, to hold, to fly. For ourselves first, and then for those we love and serve, so that we are not only successful in the physical sense, but also relationally, emotionally, and spiritually.
It’s within this idea, this ethos, that The Kineo Center was birthed. The Kineo Center is seeing this ethos penetrate individuals, families, relationships and organizations. Kineo is a movement with no real form, and is already happening regardless of what The Kineo Center does. It’s a movement that “moves” people to begin alternative ways of being fully alive in the midst of a culture that lulls us to sleep with routine, limited views of success, fake food, distractions galore, and messages filled with false identity.
It’s time we learn to embody ourselves and stop living for other people’s desires of who we are supposed to be. It’s time we regain hope and start experiencing beauty on the daily, as we learn how to rest and play again. This is a new/old way to be human.