At the Hartland Lifestyle Center, we have witnessed the most astounding recoveries from diabetes, heart disease, cancer, hypertension, smoking, arthritis, stress, pain, and fatigue. Here, specially designed treatment programs that rely on God’s power through nature’s remedies are used for the prevention and reversal of disease.
Hartland’s first lifestyle program opened in the spring of 1984, just six months after the college was started. First housed on the second floor of the mansion (which is currently part of the women’s dorm), the original lifestyle program included hydrotherapy, plant-based meals, and physician-led customized protocols for guests. Even then, demand for biblically based treatments was clearly growing, and so the Hartland Wellness Center (later Hartland Lifestyle Center) was completed in 1989.
The lifestyle center successfully operated for 18 years, during which time hundred of guests participated in treatment programs and learned lifestyle changes to promote good health. Due to unfortunate circumstances with the structure, the building was closed in 2007. However, the demand for treatment, education, and lifestyle modification continued to grow.
Hartland Lifestyle Center was temporarily relocated to another building where many guests continued to receive quality care. The original building has undergone an extensive renovation and remodeling process sustained by the care and love of donors and friends of Hartland. The renovation and remodeling is now complete.
The newly renovated lifestyle center opened this fall. It houses physician-led treatment programs that include nutritious and delicious plant-based meals, research-based health lectures, individual counseling, daily devotions, fresh air and exercise, hands-on cooking classes, therapeutic massage, and hydrotherapy. Individualized, comprehensive 7-, 10-, and 21-day programs are available, along with shorter relaxation and detox programs.
By God’s grace, Hartland Lifestyle Center will continue its legacy of quality care for countless guests who visit each year.