For a long time, we have gotten it wrong here in the west.  Generally speaking, we as Americans have historically dismissed alternative or holistic approaches to health and wellness, in favor of conventional treatment or therapy. Fortunately, western companies are now becoming aware of just how important a holistic approach to wellness is in business, and how truly connected the body is with the mind. A healthy team is made up of healthy individuals in mind, body and spirit; so it is in an organization’s best interest to encourage healthy practices for the mind and the body.

How do you begin integrating mind-body wellness practices with your team? Read this helpful article, “Corporate Calm: 7 Steps to Sharing Mind-Body Wellness in the Workplace” for some easy suggestions on getting started.


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