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Corporate Wellness

We believe a healthy work environment is comprised of individuals who: have a defined life purpose, are emotionally aligned, mentally clear, and physically well. When all four of these areas are present, employees and executives find higher production, and a workplace (even virtually) free of unhealthy stress and tension.


A healthy work environment consists of people who thrive in their professional life and have overall personal fulfillment. 

Signs of an unhealthy work environment: 

Work productivity and quality are negatively compromised.

Executives, Managers, and employees project personal stress onto their employees and co-workers. 

An abnormal rise in health issues among all employees and management levels.

Upper-Mid Management lack connection with their team, and are oblivious to ineffective work-place protocols.


High employee turnover due to employees quitting. 


Employess stay at jobs only for the sake of financial security. 

How we can help your corporate body rock.

Safe Workout

Physical Fitness

Training & Nutritional Guidance

Movement and eating healthy are important factors to reducing stress, increasing energy and mental focus, and overall feeling stronger and more vibrant. We offer group classes virtually (and safely in person depending on workplace  accommodations)


Life Management Coaching 

Learn the tools that will help you focus better, reduce self-imposed stress, align your life's purpose with your personal, professional, and civic endeavors. Coaching provides a guided approach to finding clarity, re-evaluating goals, defining or redefining success, and managing unproductive or self-limiting thoughts. thoughts.  

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 Public Speaking & Presentation


It's not always easy to speak, or perform confidently in large groups, whether it's in front of a large audience or online in a Zoom meeting.


Learn how to help you speak, communicate, and move with eloquence, poise, and confidence.

Contact us for details of how we can work with your organization.

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