Providing a good night’s rest is at the core of what we do at Inhabit. But it is only one facet of our work. We are thinking more broadly about what it means to be well and how we can enable others to experience wellness. The physical and emotional wellbeing of our guests, employees and local community are vitally important to us. And we have outlined six pillars of wellness, which guide our decisions and partnerships. We welcome your thoughts and please do follow us on our journey and keep in touch.
Environmental: Living a lifestyle that is respectful of our surroundings.
This realm encourages us to live in harmony with the Earth by taking action to protect it. Environmental well-being promotes interaction with nature and your personal environment. Everyone can have a strong environmental conscious simply by raising their awareness. Our dedication to upcycling and reusing materials is consistent.
Emotional: Understanding your feelings and coping with stress.
It is important to pay attention to self-care, relaxation, stress reduction and the development of inner resources so you can learn and grow from experiences.
Intellectual: Having an open mind when you encounter new ideas and continuing to expand your knowledge.
Active participation in scholastic, cultural and community activities is core to who we are and what we do. Our libraries are packed with interesting reads and continually updated. Our employees are knowledgeable, open minded and curious.
Social: Creating a support network and building our community.
We have embedded ourselves in our local Paddington and London communities. We provide a vibrant, welcoming space and align ourselves with partners that share our values.
Occupational: Enjoying your occupational endeavours and appreciating your contributions.
We work to empower our employees and help them find their vocations (not mere jobs.) This dimension of wellness. This dimension of wellness encourages personal satisfaction and enrichment in one’s life through work.
Physical: Maintaining a healthy body and seeking care when needed.
Exercise, eating well, getting enough sleep and paying attention to the signs of illness and getting help when needed – all of these are central tenants of ours. Many of our employees have a health and wellness background, in addition to being seasoned hoteliers.