Moving with the times
All of us are told that exercise is good for us. But time, costs and other pressures mean that not all of us are doing as much as we should.
Exercise is well understood to be an excellent treatment for and barrier against anxiety and depression, and health organisations all over the world are recommending that 150 minutes of moderate-intensity activity every week is enough to help our physical and mental wellbeing.
With working lives set to change dramatically, business leaders can now be part of the change towards a more active leaders can now be part of the change towards a more active and engaged workforce, with choice-based wellbeing solutions the way forwards during this unprecedented time.
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This app provides guided audio workouts set to music. Really good selection of workout’s, from treadmill to yoga, that give you the motivation to push yourself harder than usual, and try things you otherwise might not.
If you have tried Aaptiv and found the accents annoying, the speeds and weights all wrong but loved the concept, this is the app for you.
The Eau-Me Board is all about balance, challenging the user with a constantly unsteady, shifting base thus forcing the body to react with each tilt. Compensatory moves engage the deep muscular system while the body responds to continual impulses and stimuli.
Nike Run Club gives you information to run better and more often—including GPS tracking details of your run, weekly and monthly distance challenges to keep you motivated, customised coaching plans that fit your goals and adapt to your progress, and non-stop motivation from your friends. Their aim is to help you reach your goals and have more fun getting there.
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prefer BetterSpace over other corporate wellbeing programs.
BetterSpace gave me access to fantastic, curated resources in a structured way, that helped me to think about how I could improve my mental wellbeing when I was feeling very stretched.”
A clinically-backed workplace wellbeing tool
BetterSpace has been developed in consultation with a team of expert advisors from Public Health England, the Mental Health Foundation and other leading organisations, led by Dr Iain Jordan, Chief Medical Officer and Consultant in Psychological Medicine at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Our platform therefore combines accessible and engaging user experience with leading medical advice.
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Sleep deprivation and employee burnout are integral to the workplace wellbeing crisis. Your employee wellbeing solution cannot be effective unless it treats both the symptom and the cause. BetterSpace is built around the six pillars of wellbeing, creating an integrated approach to tackling the mental health crisis and driving lasting transformation. Enquire today to offer personalised sleep management solutions to your workforce.