So, you’ve got a corporate wellness program.

Maybe that means your employees can

  • Squeeze in a workout once a week
  • Get some help quitting smoking, or
  • Receive a free flu shot every autumn.

That’s great.

But if you want your team members to truly cultivate whole-person well-being, it calls for more.

Thriving requires relationships.

Thriving calls for a year-round commitment.

And thriving means integrating real, down-to-earth tools for being well.

Here at studio BE, we envision overall well-being as a vibrant, interdependent ecosystem, weaving together physical, emotional, cognitive, relational, and social wellness.

Everything we do is custom-designed to help team members BE Well Together, offering practical, relatable skills for building a firm foundation, creating connection, and moving from surviving to thriving.

Our virtual studio means 24/7 access to a global network of expert faculty members, offering everything from yoga to meditation to mindful living practices like work-day stretch breaks, gardening, tea ceremonies, Zumba, and Qi gong.

Live weekly classes with our faculty offer regular opportunities for your team to build meaningful, nourishing relationships: with their teachers, their colleagues, and themselves.

And it’s those connections that make well-being practices stick: for the long-term, for good.

Scientific American reports that relationships boost survival:

“More than 100 years' worth of research shows that having a healthy social life is incredibly important to staying physically healthy. Overall, social support increases survival by some 50 percent….The benefit of friends, family and even colleagues turns out to be just as good for long-term survival as giving up a 15-cigarette-a-day smoking habit. Interpersonal social networks are more crucial to physical health than exercising or beating obesity.”

Give your employees the gift of whole-self well-being via studio BE’s nourishing support systems.

They’ll stick around — and be healthier and happier for it.

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