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Keep your employees, the greatest asset of your company, healthy by bringing wellness classes and education to them.

“If people can’t make ends meet at home with food, benefits, health, and health care in particular, how can they be present and engaged knowledge workers when they come to work?”

 -- Mark Bertolini, CEO, Aetna


What keeps your company running, day in and day out? Your employees, that’s who! According to a recent study by Deloitte published in the Wall Street Journal, in the workplace, lost productivity costs are 2.3 times higher than pharmacy and medical costs — caused by a result of “presenteeism”. Presenteeism is defined as a person who comes to work but underperforms because of stress or illness. 


It’s simple: well-being drives performance, good performance from your employees is the driving force of your company, investing in your employees well-being is nothing less than crucial to keep your business running smoothly and performing it’s best.

Some of the benefits of offering and promoting corporate employee wellness programs in the workplace:


  • Decreased health and health care costs

  • Reduced absenteeism and presenteeism

  • Increased performance and productivity

  • Improved employee recruitment and retention

  • Help to build an sustain employee morale

>> Lunch + Learns

Educational workshops providing employees information on healthy eating habits, stress reduction, and better general lifestyle habits. Workshops can be held in person or via webinar. Workshop examples below, descriptions upon request. Each workshop will include an informational presentation, emailed PDF’s with information and recipes, and handouts. Workshops can be designed and customized to meet employees needs. 

Simple Meal prepping: What it is, and how it can save you during a busy week at work


Eating healthy in the office

How to stay on top of your health game while traveling for your job

Gut Health 101 and how tending to your gut can help you intuitively get ahead in your life (and career)

Sugar 101: What it is, how it’s affecting you, and how to kick the habit

Stress high, Energy Low: Tips and tricks on how to keep stress low and energy high so you can start living your best life

Guided Meditation Classes (30 minutes)

Hands On Cooking Classes

>> Nutrition Days For Employees 

Private Corporate Wellness and Nutrition sessions for employees. 30 minute one-on-one consultation sessions with Rachael offered to employees between the hours of 9am - 5pm, fitting as many employees as time is allotted on a first-come, first-serve basis. This can be done in person or via video conferencing (great for remote offices!).

>> Yoga at the office

Bringing yoga classes onsite makes it easy and convenient for employees to incorporate a healthy form of stretching, relaxation, and gentle exercise. Rachael is a 200 hr Certified Yoga instructor local to the South Bay in Los Angeles. Yoga classes include:

  • Yin (great for gentle stretching)

  • Restoratives (great for relaxation and meditation)

  • Chair Yoga (for learning to stretch at your desk)

  • Vinyasa (for more of an exercise component)

  • Special workshops such as Yoga for Back Pain and Yin + Juice (a FUN event incorporating stretching, wine, and a 90’s playlist with Snoop Dogg. It’s as fun as it sounds).

>> Monthly Wellness Groups and Company Challenges

Monthly wellness groups are a place where everyone can come together for additional support from myself and other co-workers. It’s a safe place for employees to get support and accountability during their health journey. Company challenges can be a fun way to create new, healthy habits and can be customized according to your employee’s goals. Some ideas are a kick-start diet, a sugar cleanse, walking challenge, or self-care challenge.

Meet Rachael, Your Corporate Wellness Expert and Yoga Instructor

Rachael is a certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Yoga, and Fitness Teacher based out of the South Bay in Los Angeles, California. She sees both private clients and teaches public classes and workshops — in-person and virtually. She’s worked in the corporate space teaching yoga, cooking classes, meditation, and special events for companies like, CTRL CollectiveBeats by Dre, The Hollywood Roosevelt, and Econ One


Before becoming a certified Health Coach and Yoga Instructor, she was a Graphic Designer in the Health and Health Care Technology industries in Vermont, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Having worked in a computer based career for 7 years, she knows the office life and health struggles and stressors those in an office can face very well. 

Contact her today to work with her.

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