Category: Emotional Wellness

Emotional Wellness

Is Stress Ruining Your Health?

Unlike a broken arm or pulled muscle, stress is not an obvious injury. Instead, it’s a covert threat that undermines multiple aspects of your physical

Emotional Wellness

Social Media & Your Wellness

When it comes to supporting your wellness, social media is a double-edged sword. On one hand, social networks are great for keeping in touch with

Emotional Wellness

The Toll of Neglecting Your Wellness

Personal wellness is something you don’t usually pay attention to until it takes a noticeable turn for the worse. By that time, you’re usually experiencing

Emotional Wellness

4 Effective Ways to Relieve Stress (Fast!)

Stress is linked to a variety of health problems including high blood pressure, digestive issues, depression, and obesity. But when your pulse is pounding and

Emotional Wellness

5 Tips to Meditate at Work

During our health retreats, we devote a lot of time discussing how meditation supports overall mental and physical wellbeing. By calming your mind and relaxing

Emotional Wellness

What to Look for in a Holistic Spa

“Holistic” means that all parts of a system are intrinsically interconnected. Whatever actions you take in one area will ultimately make an impact on the

Emotional Wellness

5 Signs You Need a Mind-Body Rejuvenation

The daily grind can wear away at your mental, physical, and emotional wellness without you even realizing it. Before you know it, you lack energy

Arlene Sandoval

Assistant Guest Experience Coordinator

Arlene Sandoval is a San Diego native with over fifteen years of professional
experience working alongside C-level executives in major corporations in the San Diego
area. Arlene was mentored and trained by top-level executives at two major Fortune
500 companies. She was offered an executive-level position when she was twenty-five,
making her the youngest person offered the International Executive Communications
Position. By twenty-eight, Arlene felt pulled toward the non-profit sector and became
Chief Operation Officer of an International non-profit with a focus on social justice
reform and media; helping to build communities of hope in war-torn countries. Arlene
helped restructure, create, and manage a multi-million dollar budget. She created new
policies and procedures to help the corporation comply with California 501(c)3 non-profit
laws and regulations. During this time she gained invaluable knowledge in the private
and public sectors.