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“Spire” is a recognized symbol in the architecture world for two reasons:  for its strength, as signified by its spear point, and for its representation of hope as it reaches for the sky.  Spire represents who we are because it symbolizes this upward achievement and the aspiration to engage, motivate, and influence population health.  As a health and wellness company, we are in the achievement business.  Our mission is to help organizations and their employees be inspired to live a healthy lifestyle and actively realize a higher point of well-being and productivity.

At its core, wellness is about changing behavior and driving organizational well-being.  Successful wellness programs not only produce positive results but are inspirational to their participants:  giving a population the desire to learn and take action. ‘Spire” not only speaks to the emotional appeal of accomplishment, but is a reminder that health and wellness is something we are all striving for, a discipline and action we choose each and every day.

Our aspiration is to be a partner in achieving your goals through personalized, focused, and onsite service.

Evidence Based Strategies

Our Motto is: Use what works to get results. Experience and continued learning play a big part in providing successful client programs.

Timely Communication

Utilizing all avenues of communication strategies in order to engage each individual. Good communication = successful programs.

Data Driven Results

Results are evaluated to make sure benchmarks are achieved. Thoughtful program design aligns with current data, trends analysis and future goals.

Innovative Programming

Creative, effective and budget-friendly strategies that maximize Corporate and Individual results.

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Seasons of Eating

Health benefits Eating a diet rich in vegetables and fruits as part of an overall healthy diet may reduce risk for heart disease, including heart attack and stroke. Eating a diet rich in some vegetables and fruits as part of an overall healthy diet may protect against certain types of cancers. Diets rich in foods containing fiber, such as some vegetables and fruits, may reduce the risk of heart disease, obesity, and type 2 diabetes. Eating vegetables and fruits rich in potassium as part of an overall healthy diet may lower blood pressure, and may also reduce the risk of developing kidney stones and help to decrease bone loss. Eating foods such as vegetables that are lower in calories per cup instead of some other higher-calorie food may be useful in helping to lower calorie...

Keep It Simple

“Minimalism” is definitely a buzz word in today’s culture, which makes some people leery of the lifestyle’s benefits. “Less is more” is not a common or popular idea and living the simple life is often counter-cultural. From billboards and commercials to social media, we are bombarded every day by hundreds of messages that clutter up our awareness and our lives. Reducing the stress of having cluttered space in your life, whether it’s mental or physical, is what minimalism is all about. In other words, keep it simple. Simplicity is making space in your life for what’s truly important and cleaning the clutter out. This means something different for everyone. Maybe you have a house that is filled down to the last nook and cranny. Or maybe you just have a lot on your plate at the moment with no time to just experience life. Whatever the case, practicing simplicity has numerous benefits that go beyond what the trend of “minimalism” can describe. Freedom: the more material things and stress that we have, the more we are tied down. Possessions tend to keep us in one place when we fear losing them. Stress can hamper our willingness to let ourselves feel free to try new things and live life to the fullest. Giving up the hold that materialism and anxious living have on you can open up the doors of your life to many new things. Joy: possessions and the stressful situations that we find ourselves in do not give meaning to our lives. More often than not, they distract us from what is truly important and leave us with...

Does the word “Diet” confuse you? If you are a company, do you feel like you are crossing the line if you refer to your employee’s diet? Here is my take…………

Does the word “Diet” confuse you?  If you are a company, do you feel like you are crossing the line if you refer to your employee’s diet? Here is my take………… I personally get frustrated when I hear the word “diet”, but I must remind myself that the word diet means both: “the kinds of food that a person, animal, or community habitually eats” and “a special course of food to which one restricts oneself, either to lose weight or for medical reasons”.  I prefer the first definition because a diet is the kinds of foods one chooses according to his or her lifestyle.  Lifestyle is not easily changed, yet it is the one thing that must change to lose body fat, reduce blood pressure and cholesterol, or reverse or prevent diabetes.  Lifestyle is not only diet, it also includes stress, sleep, social activities, and exercise which all play a role in how healthy or unhealthy we are.  It is easy to forget that stress is one of the biggest reasons that people are overweight, and that lack of sleep contributes to poor food choices.  The combination of habits is important, and our diet is just a piece of it. This New Year is already bombarding us with people and media discussing “What diet will help us drop those pounds?”  Then they list the top diets this year.  No wonder we all gets confused on what is right verses wrong with diets year after year.  I struggle with the fact that now the word “diet” is primarily used as a short-term fix to drop those pounds.  These short-term fixes...

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