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A yellow day, walking down Melbourne’s Little Bourke St We all know that moderate exercise reduces stress and helps keep our immune systems healthy, right? Not tooooooo much, of course, because then your body will get stressed from all the exercise. Selective laziness, that’s what you need during cold & flu season. Walking, coffee in [...]
It’s so great when science backs the anecdotal evidence… According to an email I just received from the American Viniyoga Institute, The Aetna, Inc. Mind-Body Stress Reduction in the Workplace Trial, recently published in the online version of the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, investigated the impact on perceived stress level and other variables with two [...]
I was chatting to a friend the other day, and she told me the only thing holding her back from organising yoga at her workplace was the fact that all their meeting rooms had tables & chairs in them, and she just didn’t have the time to move them before class. That was when I [...]
The Victorian Government are really doing good work in promoting greater workplace wellness. Yay them! They are even bankrolling healthy activities now, for businesses that qualify. That’s pretty awesome. What does your business need to do to qualify? According to the WorkHealth website, WorkHealth has launched an exciting new grants program, to assist medium to [...]
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Nadine started up a corporate yoga program at my organisation which has been running successfully since 2008. She is super organised, professional and great to deal with. Nadine has also conducted corporate wellness lunch time seminars which were very popular with our staff. Thus, Nadine’s contribution to our firm-wide health & well-being program has been substantial and beneficial.Joanne Haddock Human Resources Manager at Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick