SIMPLICITY Enjoy and embrace simplicity. No, that doesn't mean poverty. Nor is that the polar opposite of wealth. Living simply is experiencing and appreciating the small things in life that are taken for granted by those constantly looking outside of themselves for happiness. Real happiness will never be found in a pill, television, car, or iPod. This materialistic view will result in a never-ending pursuit of "things" that never quite fill the hole trying to be filled. In fact, it only grows with the more "things" you acquire. Instead, the key to happiness is found by satisfying the needs that…
Luke Sniewski enjoys doing handstands, playing with his son Jack, and living the life of a nelipot. After completing his book, Million Ways to Live, he traveled around the world making documentaries about healthy living in different cultures. His aim is to coach and empower people to take responsibility for their own wellbeing and be their own wellness guru.
Luke is a student of the human body. A former professional football player and Certified Public Accountant, this modern Renaissance man found his passion for life diving into the diverse realms of healthy living. With professional credentials in performance training, corrective exercise, soft tissue & fascial therapy, nutrition therapy, cooking and food system sustainability, Luke brings a comprehensive approach to his coaching which integrates physical, mental and emotional aspects of wellbeing. His book and international documentary series, Million Ways to Live, bridges the gap between complex theory and practical application while empowering people to be their own wellness guru.
“The innate wisdom of the human body is greater than anyone has ever allowed you to believe. Trust it. Your body stores a lifetime of information that must be considered when creating a healthy lifestyle that is both realistic and sustainable. What happens in a lab doesn’t always translate into real life. When you work with real people you have treat each person as a unique case; one that will surely teach you as much as you teach them.”