Healthy employees are more committed and committed employees are healthier and happier. But what is the connecting between employee wellbeing and employers’ hospitality? We like to set out to explain why the quality of employment should be a matter of significant concern for employers and employees and why hospitality matters.
Employers are fast-becoming ‘guardians of wellbeing’. Employee engagement closely tied to health and wellbeing.
We invite you to join us in thinking beyond the traditional metrics used to measure work standards, and to work on well-being for any population that’s important to you — your employees, your community, your country — or, just as importantly, yourself and your family.
For all the courageous women in the world. Happy International Womens Day!
(Re-) Connect with your wisdom, beauty, instincts, compassion and creativity. RISE !
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The medical field finally starts to acknowledge that there is a connection between your mood and food. There are many consequences and correlations between not only what you eat, how you feel, and how you ultimately behave, but also the kinds of bacteria that live in your gut.
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The show is meant to both expose and parody the multibillion-dollar yoga industry. Conceived and produced by Summer Chastant, a former yoga teacher herself, the series, she said in a phone interview, is a heightened version of her own experience. She taught the discipline in New York and Los Angeles at studios including Kula Yoga Project and Pure, from 2007 to 2013, and apparently saw some things.
As we are barely scratching the surface of the 5 Elements theory and using this system of correspondences creatively, not as a strict set of rules… for some people it comes naturally. South Korean artist Yeonju Sung seemingly unconsciously created 5 Elements wearable food dresses. Beautiful!
Jon Kabat-Zinn Explains What’s So Revolutionary About Mindfulness? It Harnesses the Power of Consciousness Like Nothing Else. Medical professor and meditation teacher Jon Kabat-Zinn explains how one can combat their aversion and, hopefully, become a better, more reasonable person in the meantime.
Listen to this very interesting lecture of Dr Shai Efrati, director of the Sagol Center for Hyperbaric Medicine and Research at Assaf Harofeh Medical Center in Israel, during his TEDXWhiteCity presentation.
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