There is a wealth of emerging evidence indicating that successful health and wellbeing programs provide an excellent return on investment.
Wellness Programs at work. Good work is good for you. Strong evidence suggests that positive employee health and wellbeing boosts overall organisational health. Happy, healthy employees equates to a healthy workforce which in turn means a healthy business performance.
Did you know that the majority of office workers spend a whopping 76% of their time sitting. And that this sedentary lifestyle is a major contributor to obesity and chronic diseases such as type [...]
Health benefits of workplace massage can be separated into individual and broader benefits. Short term personal benefits include stress and tension relief, whilst longer term benefits include overall heath and wellness which can be felt across the whole organisation. A healthy and happy workplace environment is considered by some to be equally important as individual health and wellness.
Corporate Massage Recognised by Major Health Insurance Provider. A well-respected provider of corporate health insurance policies, Bupa Corporate , recently asked to feature us in a blog article they were writing about ways to improve employee health and well-being at work – it was wonderful to be recognised by a leading company whose business is solely concerned with health in the workplace.
We all know the importance of great posture at work. Poor posture can lead to back and neck pain and tension, headaches, nerve pain, stress, poor digestion, insomnia, the list goes on… Poor posture can manifest from bad habits that are repeated daily. Small things can develop into big problems very quickly but with some simple and easy adjustments, great posture is achievable.
Stress is a common attribute in our daily working lives but generally, most of the documentation regarding stress is negative. Stress is linked to health problems including high blood pressure, ulcers, insomnia, and anxiety. If we manage stress effectively, we can live well and be the best possible version of ourselves.
The history of massage dates back 3000 years to Ancient China. The creation of simple yet effective routines were developed to help balance body, mind and spirit. Modern Workplace Massage combines traditional routines with modern equipment - the best of both worlds.
Do you often find yourself daydreaming the day away, and then rushing like mad towards the second part of the day in order to get things done. Here are my top 10 tips to improve productivity at work.
When searching for the best corporate massage company, it can be quite a daunting task. In 2000, it was a visionary concept in Australia, with little competition. However, now there are dozens of corporate massage companies to choose from. So how do you choose the best corporate massage company for you and the team? In my opinion there are three crucial elements to be considered.
Seated MassageWith the economy struggling, and many businesses closing their doors forever, some companies are still treating their employees well. They’re doing it cheaply, in the office by hiring a corporate massage company to perform seated massage on their employees.“The [...]
The term super foods has certainly been bandied around a lot, but what makes a food a superfood? Superfoods are nutrient dense, mostly whole foods that are packed full of antioxidants, phytochemicals, vitamins & [...]
A couple of nights ago I was making a paper mache peach for my son – he is going as James (aka James and the giant peach) as his ‘bookweek’ character. Whilst I was making the ‘glue’ from white flour and water, I thought of consuming that white starchy goop like many of us do daily in the form of cereals, breads, and pasta. It got me thinking about our current food pyramid model.
Many people have a love love relationship with coffee, and to suggest cutting the stuff out of your diet is often met with expletives and furor. I agree that there is something seductively good about drinking a perfectly brewed cup of coffee, but unfortunately our bodies’ don’t share the love affair. Too much coffee can create wired yet exhausted, jittery and anxious, sleep deprived beings.
Tea and coffee are the most popular drinks on earth besides water, consumed on a daily basis by billions of people worldwide. There is growing research to suggest both popular beverages have health and well-being benefits. While both help to keep us awake and rejuvenated, tea and coffee are vastly difference in their makeup and effects on the body. White and Green Tea are the clear winners in the health stakes as they are packed full of antioxidants and other beneficial compounds that contribute in an incredibly positive manner to improve our overall health and wellness.