Wellness at Work
Tenant Wellness was created to meet the needs of employees by providing an on-site wellness program of exercise, guided activities, and mental stimulation. Programs and activities that promote physical, mental and emotional health which result in better productivity and a healthier lifestyle.
Tenant Wellness offers a full suite of yoga classes including creative flow, simple basics, as well as stretch & restore.
Tenant Wellness offers regular meditation and mindfullness classes including our exploring meditation series, sound bath meditation, as well as guided meditation.
Tenant Wellness offers a variety of Tai Chi classes as part of our wellness offering. Participate in this low-impact exercise and center your mind and body.
Qigong incorporates breathe work as a powerful tool to enhance your vitality boosting oxygen levels and overall circulation. Join us for a class!
Open to all Tenant Wellness members. Fun Fridays hosts speakers and practitioners on a variety of topics focused on health and wellness.
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3 Ways Employers are Recruiting Top Talent
Today’s smartest employers are thinking more creatively about how to attract talented workers and encourage them to stay. Many are partnering with large landlords to include next-level amenities in their workplaces.
You Don’t Have to do it Every Day
Even if you are convinced of the many health benefits of exercise, it can still be tough to squeeze into a busy schedule. National guidelines recommend 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity each week. Luckily, science has vindicated people who cram that amount into one or two days on the weekend instead of spreading it out.
How to Recognize and Extend Positive Experiences
“We’re naturally more focused on negative, because our brains are wired to look for threats. But by consciously bringing to mind the positive, we can bolster the neural structures that help us think more positively,” explains Rick Hanson, psychologist and co-author of Resilient: How to grow an Unshakable Core of Calm, Strength and Happiness.
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