MEET THE FOUNDER
The MARK TBWN, LLC, Founder and CEO, Whamae Boayue began her journey as a wellness advocate through a personal crisis at the age of 19. Diagnosed with an ovarian cyst and was required to have surgery. An encounter with a Naturopathic doctor who confronted her poor eating habits and imbalanced lifestyle revolutionized every part of her life. He advised a 30-day vegetable juice cleanse. Within 7 days of juicing, the cyst dissolved. That encounter spurred a lifelong journey of personal fulfillment and community advocacy. She began to master her calling and skills as a trainer and wellness coach through certifications with AFFA, The YMCA as well as studies in Dietetics and Physiology. Whamae is a student for life; on a constant pursuit of knowledge concerning the mind, body, soul and spirit.
Realizing how the mind, body, soul and spirit play a vital role in a person’s and community’s overall wellness, Whamae designed The MARK Total Body Wellness Network as a wellness advocacy company that fuses Fitness, Nutrition, Mental Health and Financial Wellness to create a synergistic network of services and partnerships that provide the tools individuals and communities need to experience the blessings and benefits of total body wellness. You can find her throughout her community advocating for health and wellness education in the inner city, doing juicing workshops, fitness training and more. Her life’s mission is to inspire and empower change for the better in individuals, families and communities.
Mission – The MARK Total Body Wellness Network is a wellness company focused on helping individuals, families, entrepreneurs and organizations get access to tools of wellness that transform every aspect of their lives. These tools are designed as systems and the systems have strategies. Systems + Strategies = Synergy. Synergy transforms lives for the better.
Behind The Name “The MARK”
Paul says in Philippians 3:14
“I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.” Whenever there is a challenge facing us, we must learn how to press on. Sin is actually an archery term. When we miss the mark (perfect center/bulleye) it’s called a sin. The only way we are able to press toward the MARK is with the Holy Spirit. Paul uses the analogy of a race to show that we are constantly striving towards a goal or a mark. God wants us to keep on striving, keep on trying, and to keep moving on; trying to reach our goal with the empowerment of His Spirit within us.
Mental, emotional, thoughts and ideas.