corporate wellness


AS the line between work and life blurs, many major organizations are rethinking their reward and development programs to include some version of holistic, end-to-end well-being programs, which are now both a responsibility of good corporate citizenship and a key element of an enterprise talent strategy.

Designed to activate sustainable and holistic employee wellbeing, Lauren’s comprehensive in-office wellness program effectively cultivates mindfulness within today’s dynamic workplace in a way that is attainable and accessible for everyone. As a former Wall St. professional, Lauren is uniquely qualified to align personal fulfillment and bottom line results.

Through integrating practices of breathwork, mindful movement and guided meditation, participants will expand their awareness to create and contribute meaningfully to a more productive and thriving workplace environment. This investment effectively responds to the needs of workers, companies, and corporate leaders.


Three Pillars of Wellness


Pillar 1 // Mindful Movement

  • This is not a "workout"

  • Mindful movement activates our full attention, conscious breathing, releases physical tension/tightness and results in a noticeable physical and mental positive shift

  • Mindful movement can increase confidence and clarity by sharpening our non-verbal communication (body language and posture)

  • Mindful movement can support boosting creativity and productivity (e.g. mental space and increased circulation throughout the body)

Pillar 2 // Breath Techniques

  • A steady breath creates a steady mind

  • Studies are beginning to show that conscious breathing can support and reduce anxiety, insomnia, ADD and depression

  • Conscious breathing has been proven to calm the nervous system by stimulating the parasympathetic system

    • with multiple requests flying at us from different devices and people, feeling overwhelmed can cause restriction of the body and mind resulting our nervous system working in overdrive

Pillar 3 // Meditation

  • What it is: training our attention via conscious rest for the brain; a great tool to cultivate mono-tasking and enhanced productivity at work

  • What it isn't: meditation is not “eliminating” thoughts from the mind, but better understanding and awareness of our thoughts

  • Mindfulness: total awareness of the present moment just as it is

  • Visualization: focusing the attention on mindful intention setting

  • Mantra: syncing the breath with the phrase "let go"

case studies


“Mindfulness Can Change Your Brain”


“Sitting is The New Smoking”


“The Happy Secret to Better Work”