Be Well World, the holistic health publishing endeavor and practitioner consortium, has come to Baltimore.
Be Well Baltimore will be our fifth print publication, and the Baltimore region will be home to our fifth holistic health practitioner consortium. Our goal here, as in all Be Well regions, is to have a positive impact on the physical, mental, and spiritual health of our community.
Promoting Wellness Be Well regional print editions are 10” x 14” newsprint publications of 50+ pages that promote holistic health and raises community wellness. We publish grounded, educational content that demystifies complementary and alternative therapies and modalities—and distribute it for free!
Our content is written by local practitioners. Getting published is free and only requires a well-written message that educates and resonates with our readers. Learn more about writing for Be Well World.
Support for our Practitioner Community
In each Be Well World region, practitioners form a consortium, a “loose confederation,” for mutual support and shared intentions. The group holds Wellness Connections (no-cost, casual networking luncheons and socials) at local wellness centers to build referrals and community. A volunteer Advisory Board of practitioners offers Be Well World guidance and direction for what else we might do together.
Learn more about Practitioner Consortiums.
We also offer low-cost advertising options in a publication that makes sense for most practitioners to appear in. We’ll print 20,000 copies of Be Well Baltimore and place them in 600 locations, half of them conventional doctor’s offices. To advertise, Baltimore practitioners can contact Janice Rosenzwog at 443-465-4392 or Janice@BeWellWorld.com.
Learn more about advertising in Be Well World.
About Be Well World In June of 2009, a small group of Frederick practitioners envisioned a community to build practitioner connections. As we talked, we asked, “What stands between us and the population that doesn’t use our services?”
Out of that conversation, it seemed clear that public education and perception were the obstacles to growing the market for holistic health services. Be Well Frederick was born a few days later with Tim Brady leading the way. Be Well was born not out of self-interest, but a vision of being able to raise each other and the public in a mission-driven shared intention. The community has been built from a broad spectrum of holistic health disciplines.
Be Well intrigued other practitioners outside of Frederick for both the spirit and manner in which we were making holistic health topics more accessible and approachable, so we expanded with two new editions in 2010, Be Well TriState (WV-PA-MD) and Be Well Howard (County, MD). Be Well Montgomery (County, MD) was established in early 2011.
As we extend the reach of our wellness message and search for a sustainable base for our low-cost advertising,...
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