Member Spotlight: The Wholeness Center


1 years ago

The Wholeness Center

Robin Johnson

 


 

Who are you? Why are you doing what you are doing?

My name is Robin Johnson. I am a wife and mother of 4. I am also an entrepreneur. I have developed 4 businesses over the last 15 years. My new business venture fulfills my soul purpose  - To create the space for healing. I am who I am because I have been willing to look at those areas that need to be healed in my life and done the work. I want to create a space for others to do the same. I want to create a safe environment for people to learn about wholeness. I want a community of like-minded people who are in to natural healing. I want a facility that is surrounded by the beauty of the earth to support people in their journey.

 

What are you working on?

We are creating The Wholeness Center. Our mission is to empower people worldwide to create wholeness in body, mind and spirit through education, tools and personal healing. Our facility will have classrooms and offices available to rent. We will host retreats, seminars, workshops, speakers, and trainings in our classrooms. We will also have a variety of practitioners in our offices – Art Therapy, Heart Centered Therapy, Cranial Sacral Massage, Foot Zoning, etc.

 

How did you start to establish your idea?

The idea came from my own needs as a teacher and practitioner. I am in need of space to rent for my clients and classes. The only available options are hotel conference room rental or offices in strip malls. I would like to create a center surrounded by nature that is dedicated for healing.

 

What about entrepreneurship interests you?

I love creation. I love solving problems. My heart is willing to take risks. I love creating solutions for people’s needs.

 

Why did you come to Sustainable Startups? What has been your greatest take away from being in the Sustainable Startup cohort course thus far? 

It was recommended to me by Bryan Miller. I am so grateful for what I am learning! In the past, my businesses have been on a much smaller scale and I just had an idea and ran with it. The idea for the Wholeness Center is so much bigger that it could be financially devastating to run in the wrong direction. I am so grateful for the structure they are giving me. I am learning how to calculate risks, how to test before I try something, how to refine or let go of ideas, and how to analyze data objectively (and how important it is to take ego out of this).

 

Thank you for this opportunity!