Wellness is a vital process of becoming aware of and taking responsibility for making choices that directly contribute to health. It is a balanced amalgamation of one's body, mind and spirit. Wellness means valuing and taking good care of one's body. The objective of wellness services is to change the association between service users and health services by allowing individuals to preserve and improve their health. It spread knowledge, motivation, and skills toward enhancing personal fitness and health. Wellness services help make healthy and positive choices regarding a variety of factors, such as nutrition, physical activity, sexuality, sleep, the use of alcohol and drugs, self-care, and the appropriate use of health care systems. The services help enhance awareness of our current state of health in multiple dimensions with the initiative, tools and support to make lasting changes towards a more optimal life. The primary dimensions of wellness are: mental, physical, spiritual, social, environmental, emotional and occupational. The integrated model of wellness services encompasses a broader spectrum that includes a healthy lifestyle, family and early years, welfare, community development and leisure, work, learning and skills, self-care and independent living, and healthy protection and personal safety.