Are you ready to give your employees time-tested, research-backed health promotion tools? Want less stress-related sickness among your employees? Interested in cutting down on absenteeism-related costs at work?
When integrated into a workplace wellness program, Ayurveda — an ancient Indian medical tradition promoting optimal digestion, better sleep, and less stress — provides employees with a healthier, more balanced life, which in turn leads to increased productivity, reduced health care costs, and less absenteeism.
Among students from California Probation Departments and Stanford University staff who learned to incorporate the 108 practices taught in The Ayurveda Way into their daily lives, 95% experienced improved work performance and engagement.
These practices are simple, efficient and highly cost effective. Many of Ayurveda’s body, mind and spirit healing practices can be availed right from the comfort of your own kitchen and garden.
Sample Practices Include:
Reduce work-related stress and gain energy with 1- to 2-minute desk yoga exercises
Manage pain and sleep better with a 5-minute evening exercise
Eat to boost digestion, even if you don’t cook
Practice 5 to 10 minutes of meditation to enhance mental clarity
A simple spice you can add to food to make your taste buds water and boost your immunity
An all-natural way to reduce pain faster than painkilling drugs like Motrin and Advil
100% of the 30 students who were part of the initial staff training pilot program at Alameda County Probation Department recommended the training. They additionally experienced the following:
Pilot Program Training Results
Training has demonstrated results:
47% reduction in aches and pains
46% better sleep
80% report improved clarity of mind
79% report improved ability to cope with stress
75% report improved ability to be present
34% greater physical energy
31% higher productivity levels
29% improvement in digestion
Teach your employees to take their health into their own hands — a benefit for your workforce, and a boon for your bottom line!
About the Instructor
Ananta Ripa Ajmera is author of the bestselling and award-winning book The Ayurveda Way: 108 Practices from the World’s Oldest Healing System for Better Sleep, Less Stress, Optimal Digestion, and More (Storey Publishing, 2017). She is a Certified Ayurveda Health Practitioner and Certified Yoga Instructor who serves as Director of Ayurveda at THE WELL, a modern wellness club that brings together master doctors and healers for a more balanced you. Ayurveda and Yoga helped her overcome years of eating disorders, insomnia, stress, and poor digestion. Ananta has taught Ayurveda and Yoga staff trainings at IBM, Stanford School of Medicine’s Health Improvement Program, California Department of Public Health, across California Probation Departments, ABC News, and the Social Innovation Summit of Fortune 500 executives, government leaders, and top social entrepreneurs. Her book has been featured on Fox News, Reader's Digest, The Cut - New York Magazine, MindBodyGreen, Elephant Journal and The Huffington Post. She’s spoken at the National Ayurvedic Medical Association, UC Berkeley, Columbia Business School, and Silicon Valley's Health Technology Forum at Stanford University. Ananta graduated from NYU Stern Business School, where she received an honors degree in marketing and was a Catherine B. Reynolds Scholar in Social Entrepreneurship.
About the Training Format
Trainings are highly customizable to suit your organization’s particular needs. The length of training can vary between introductory 1 hour to in-depth 8-week programs. All trainings include copies of The Ayurveda Way to support students in applying what they learn to their lives after the training.
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