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The journey towards Increased Productivity, Reduced Staff Absenteeism and a Happier, Healthier Workforce begins with Investing in Your Team.

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Employee Health and Wellbeing


Tailored Packages to suit your requirements.


Yoga Will Boost Your Productivity and Mental Health


Mental health conditions and musculoskeletal problems both feature in the top four reasons for sickness absence in the UK. This is where yoga can help boost your productivity.


Research has shown movement therapies such as yoga reduce chronic pain associated with musculoskeletal and joint diseases, potentially resulting in a reduction in sickness absence. Also, yoga can boost productivity in other ways and help you feel better mentally.

We hear a lot about how yoga can help us relax and unwind but we don’t always hear about how yoga can help increase our energy and, by extension, our productivity.

It’s true that yoga helps us to reduce stress, unwind and calm down. Yoga also helps us to sleep better. If you’re not sleeping enough, you can bet your productivity will take a nose dive. Using caffeine is only a temporary fix and not a great way to increase your energy.

Researchers now believe that chronic lack of sleep can cause depression. And someone that’s suffering from depression is definitely not at their most productive best. But practicing yoga can eliminate sleep deprivation.

You may also be dealing with a lot of stress. If you are chronically anxious, you will not be able to think clearly. Not to mention, chronic stress is equated with a host of other health problems.

So how does yoga boost productivity?

Yoga, especially yoga meditation, is associated with structural changes in areas of the brain responsible for cognitive and emotional processing. That change, increased cortical thickness (i.e. more grey matter – brain cells), is also associated with improved working memory and skilled executive decision-making. Meditation can help declutter your thoughts and sharpen your concentration, which also allows you to stay on task longer.

Yoga can also act as an insurance plan. If you feel that you’re already doing well, yoga can help you stay prepared and on top of your game.

Imagine you and all your employees being healthy, well-rested, full of natural energy, focused, on task, and feeling happy. Do you think you might get more work done? You bet!





Workplace wellbeing – offer something unique

Think of your employees as an investment and not a cost…..

Investing in employee wellbeing can lead to increased resilience, better engagement, reduced sickness absence and higher performance and productivity.

We can tailor a workplace wellbeing package to suit your organisation on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis.


Our goal is to help you to create resilient, healthy, happy, high-performing individuals, teams and organisations.

Contact me today to discuss what problems you are trying to solve and the amount of time your employees can commit to.


I will work with you to propose a bespoke solution and explain the steps we can journey through together.

Employees will learn how to manage stress better, so they can remain calmer and more centred through specific exercise, breathing and relaxation practices. All of which will be tailored to meet their needs.


An example of our most popular packages:

Breathing and relaxation practice

This is an investment in self-care with something that isn’t too complicated and it can be done anywhere. It can be delivered in person or on-line. When delivered on-line it is a very cost effective way of reaching a number of employees especially supporting those who are working from home.

It consists of 30 minutes, where colleagues will learn a breathing practice. This is followed by a guided relaxation to leave them with a greater sense of inner peace.

Practicing regular breathing and relaxation increases emotional stability, reduces stress and builds resilience, improving levels of happiness and mental wellbeing.

Yoga for Menopause

Yoga can help manage the physical and psychological symptoms that many women experience during menopause. Yoga is exercise without exhaustion and it is a clever exercise. It boosts endorphins, builds strength by stealth, gets the heart pumping, strengthens bones, eases aching joints and muscles, improves circulation and the immune system, soothes an overactive anxious mind and allows you to ease into a relaxed state.

As a result, yoga can help you to feel good about yourself. When we feel well, we are more able to make healthy decisions.

Classes can be delivered remotely so that employees (if working from home) can practice in the comfort of their own home.

Yoga for everyone

Yoga is a healing, strengthening, calming, and empowering practice that offers something for everybody, regardless of age, race, gender, size, shape, background, and yes, even your fitness level and flexibility.

All yoga courses are suitable for absolute beginners. They can also be tailored to the amount of time you have available, delivered in person (within Lancashire) or remotely.

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