Holistic Retreatz launches employee wellness
Northern Ireland wellness company, Holistic Retreatz, has launched a new service to help local firms create a strategic wellbeing plan for their employees.
Developed by early years wellness company, Holistic Kidz, the company has already secured one of the world’s leading professional services business, Herbert Smith Freehills as one of its first clients.
Based in Belfast, the team of qualified and experienced wellness coaches offer a wide range of options to help businesses and organisations in the private, public and charitable sectors to create a bespoke plan including Relaxation Classes, Interactive Wellness Classes and Webinars, Guided Meditation, Rejuvenation Retreatz and Grounding and Breathing Exercises. The programmes can be delivered online or in person adhering to the current government guidelines.
Colette McCartney, Founder of Holistic Retreatz said: “The last year has seen employers and employees face lots of challenges and stresses but hopefully we are starting to come out of this turbulent time. We have all had different experiences over the last 13 months, for example, parents have felt the pressure of juggling working from home and home-schooling, single people have spent a lot of the time alone and most of us have been separated from family and friends and now that businesses are beginning to reopen and people are returning to work, there has never been a more important time for employers to recognise the importance of investing in the wellbeing of their staff and help them to adjust to life after lockdown.
“I am delighted to launch Holistic Retreatz and offer a unique approach to employee wellness. We will work with local businesses and organisations to help them create a bespoke programme that recognises the different individual requirements of all team members. The services and techniques we offer are proven to build resilience and compassion, boost concentration and creativity, prevent and eliminate poor mental health, increase emotional intelligence and confidence and improve energy levels and sleep patterns.
“What’s more, if your business has a strategic wellbeing plan in place, the results can be directly related to the organisation’s performance as you will no doubt experience an increase in productivity, staff morale and will also find it easier to attract and retain staff. We’re looking forward to working with businesses and organisations across Northern Ireland to help them create a plan that works for them and their teams to ensure as many people as possible can enjoy the positive benefits associated with introducing activities that promote wellbeing in the workforce.”
Holistic Retreatz also gives businesses the option to extend the programme to include Employee Family Wellbeing with an exciting offering for children, parents and families including Outdoor Forest Camp, Wellness Courses for Parents and Family Meditation.
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