Carina works in a busy real estate office and knows how sitting at a desk effects your body and mind – and how to fix it.
- Recent research indicates that companies who offer yoga and wellness programs to their employees reduce their annual health insurance premiums, and thereby improve their bottom line.
- According to a recent study on worksite health programs, corporations realized $3-$6 in savings for every $1 invested in wellness programs.
- The same study showed more than a 25% average reduction in health-care costs for well-designed programs (American Journal of Health Promotion).
Additional employee workplace benefits include:
- Improves memory, focus, concentration, decision-making skills, creativity and the ability to multi-task
- Reduces multiple costs of stress-related illnesses and absenteeism
- Improves employee alertness and productivity and ability to react more calmly in demanding situations
- Relieves head, neck and back strain, carpal tunnel syndrome, insomnia, high blood pressure and work-related injuries from repetitive motion and/or lifting and moving objects
- Creates better customer service
- Enhances employee attitude and outlook
- Promotes well-being in the workplace and reduces employee turnover
- Reduced stress, anxiety & depression
- Increased energy and decreased fatigue
- Stronger muscles, improved posture and increased flexibility
- Improved overall health and reduced risk for diseases, including cancer
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Classes can be held on- or off-site on a schedule that is complementary to your company. Classes can take place during office hours, during lunch or after work. Schedule classes once or twice a week or when high-stress is anticipated, such as tax season or before a trial. Because wellness programs should be affordable, prices are negotiable depending on your company’s size and needs. Classes are suitable for all body types.
Please contact Carina at 541-805-5896 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.