The Wellness With Personality™ Color Type system is an intuitive, unique system designed to help you figure out your own personal path to wellness. It combines research in nutrition, fitness, personality psychology, and energy psychology to help you determine what works best for you. While you and your friend may be similar in many ways, you have different bodies and personalities that react differently to stimuli. Starting your wellness journey from this perspective can help you to avoid the constant struggle of trying to fit yourself into programs made for someone else.
In the Wellness with Personality™ Color Type system, there are four general Color Types. These four Color Types represent the different energies that people bring to the world. The Color Types are yellow, red, blue and gray. They are grouped to begin with those that exude the highest energy to the lowest energy. In the chart below, you will see that overall, the yellow and red Color Types are considered higher energy Color Types; while blue and gray are considered lower energy Color Types.
The Yellow Color Type person likes wellness to be light and fun. Their primary idea when approaching wellness of any kind is “let’s have some fun.” They prefer to keep things highly active, social, and random.
The Red Color Type also tend to be very active. They are primarily concerned with their wellness plan being efficient and effective at the same time. Reds like to constantly be on the move and are interested in quick results.
The Blue Color Type person values understanding, harmony, and purpose. They seek a wellness program that is well planned, detailed, and that emphasizes a deeper connection. Blues are primarily concerned with taking care of their health because it allows them to connect with and take care of others.
The Gray Color Type person tends to approach wellness from the perspective of improvement. As long as there is room for improvement, people who identify with the Gray typing are likely to stay motivated. Grays are primarily concerned with improvement, effectiveness and accuracy.
These are gross overviews of our four Color Types. You can read more about the Color Types in our book: