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Enhance your wellness. Choose activities to fit your needs. See available dates for relaxing activities to optimize your well-being.
Counteract the negative impacts of prolonged sitting with a 15-minute seated massage. Massage eases tension and stress by addressing the back, neck, shoulders, arms/hands, and legs/feet.
Evidence-based research shows that people who receive massages in the workplace experience a decrease in the stress hormone cortisol and an increase in mental focus. Employees can return to work refreshed and ready to go!
Prevent signs of aging by including this low impact physical activity for better circulation, muscle control, balance, and alignment. Are you new to exercise? Tai Chi is an excellent option for beginners and people with health conditions.*
Qi gong is based on gentle movements, meditation, and breathing. It has wide-ranging benefits, including improving balance, lowering blood pressure, and easing depression. This is a low intensity work out that is great for beginners.*
Learn to relax with guided meditation. Employees who are stressed out, anxious, tense, and worried should consider trying meditation. Spending even a few minutes in meditation can restore calm and inner peace. Meditation is a great practice for everyone, as it deepens personal body awareness, improves concentration, and enhances physical and emotional well-being.
Being creative has a big impact on well-being. Coloring, for example, is not just for kids; it’s a healthy way for adults to relax. Lose your stress and unleash your creative skills, while unwinding with relaxing music in Launch Your Life creative sessions.
*Consult with your physician before starting a new workout regimen.