Corporate wellness


Studies have shown that happy employees are more productive, more engaged, and can increase revenue. Through a customized, healthy focus,  MintnHoney creates sessions that focus on individual needs, team building, and an environment that curates happy, less stressed employees.


Benefits of Yoga at Work

  • Improved concentration

  • Team Building and Connection

  • Less Stress

  • Less Body Aches

  • Lessen Depression

  • More Productive

  • Lessen Anxiety

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Zen Lounges

Design a zen lounge focused on wellness and relaxation. MintnHoney is a wellness concierge that can help you put together a lounge or a variety of classes that will enable your attendees to destress, breathe, and enjoy a moment of calm. From sound healing, journaling for stress management, and more, customized wellness modalities are available upon request.

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Express Yoga

20 Minute Chair Yoga classes where attendees can stretch in their work clothes, breathe, and take a quick break from the work day.

This session focuses on a quick dose of wellness that incorporates aromatherapy and gentle stretches.

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Team Building

Poses designed to bring your team together through balancing, cheersing, and breathing.

Manage stress through a social activity focused on light hearted, gentle yoga.

Wine Yoga Experiences available, or choose a mocktail option instead.

..a comprehensive, strategically designed investment in employees’ social, mental, and physical health pays off. J&J’s (Johnson & Johnson)  leaders estimate that wellness programs have cumulatively saved the company $250 million on health care costs over the past decade; from 2002 to 2008, the return was $2.71 for every dollar spent.
—  Harvard Business Review

Many chronic diseases are preventable. According to the CDC, chronic diseases account for 75 percent of total healthcare costs. They are also the most preventable type of disease. Such illnesses include heart disease, stroke, cancer and obesity. The only way to prevent disease is with actionable steps to halt progression. When old habits are years in the making, you cannot expect behavior to change to happen overnight. However, when a person is able to commit mentally, emotionally and socially and on a conscious level, progress is possible. An employee wellness program needs to address this through consistent education and layers of accountability.
— Joshua Love , President of Kinema Fitness.  Read the full article here.