Sometimes it can be easy to forget to take time for yourself. Weeks fly by in the blink of an eye. But even during the busiest days, it’s important to set aside a bit of time to recharge. Below are six ways that you can incorporate exercise and meditation into your daily routine to help you refresh your mind, body and soul. (more…)
With the demands of work and other priorities, wellness may take a back seat. However, simple mini-exercises and getting a good night’s sleep could be just what you need to reduce stress and clear your mind for a more productive day.
Wellness is very important to us at Society. Many departments have developed short workouts that they do at their desks every day. Try these lower body mini-exercises at your desk to get your blood flowing and muscles toned: (more…)
With busy schedules it is easy to become stressed and lose focus on wellness. But doing simple upper body work outs and learning to better prioritize and organize can help you relieve stress and feel great.
If you’re looking to tone your arms and release some stress, here are some great exercises that can be done at your desk: (more…)
Summer has come to an end and the busy holiday season is just around the corner. It’s easy to become stressed and you may be losing the motivation to keep those summer abs you worked so hard for.
Abs can be a difficult muscle group to work and tone, but give these exercises a try right at your desk: (more…)
Getting your heart rate up and moving around during the day is important for everyone’s overall wellness, but sometimes you don’t even need to leave your office building to do it.
Try these indoor workouts: (more…)
We are often hesitant to turn to others for help, especially when it is a personal matter like health and wellness. Maybe it’s because we’re embarrassed or believe we are past help. We’re more likely to focus on the wellness of loved ones rather than our own. Over and over again, we are told that our health is paramount – but often that is not enough for us to make a long‐term change.
Health coaching participants have told me that the first session is always the hardest because they don’t know what to expect. Typically the first session allows me to get to know the participant a little better and find out what is important to them.
When I think back to one of my most memorable coaching sessions, the participant’s first words were: (more…)