Workplace Wellbeing

I won’t try to convince you that wellbeing and employee happiness are good for your business with statistics about the frightening costs of high stress, burnout and conflict. Nor will I try to tempt you with the dizzying dividends of happier, more productive teams.

I won’t try to convince you that wellbeing and employee happiness are good for your business with statistics about the frightening costs of high stress, burnout and conflict. Nor will I try to tempt you with the dizzying dividends of happier, more productive teams.

You already know.

I won’t charge you extortionate rates with the promise of delivering happiness to your door.

Only you can be responsible for that.

I won’t ask you to change how you reward and recognise. I won’t comment on how you hire and fire. I won’t assess your leadership or comment on your culture.

None of this can start from the outside.

What I will do is blend the science of happiness with the physical practice of yoga into an embodied wellbeing experience specifically developed for the modern workplace.

I’ll show you that the human body perfectly reflects the corporate body and prove that yoga offers exciting insights for optimising how we work and how we lead.

You want to improve your culture, increase morale, reduce conflict and maximise productivity.

I just want you to start with yoga.  

To learn more about moving beyond profit as the sole performance indicator, contact me to discuss workplace packages – from one-off wellbeing events to measurable longer-term programmes.

‘I love the fact that as well as stretching the muscles and reducing stress, yoga is also an excellent form of exercise for strengthening all parts of the body. It assists the internal organs to function properly and this is what I put down to having zero sick days since starting yoga. Considering the amount of time lost from stress and illness to employers, building yoga into the workplace is a no-brainer to me.”‘
Alan S, Senior Accountant, Edinburgh
Jade had the gift of making yoga feel easy and enjoyable as she guides us through poses which build strength and flexibility.  The lunch hour opens up, and by the end of it I feel my mind more settled and calm, and my body refreshed.’
Chloe M, Freelance Consultant, Edinburgh