Invest in a healthy and engaged workforce

Employers are increasingly promoting mental and physical health awareness within their organizations. This includes the provision of mental health resources and support, such as employee assistance programs and stress management training. In addition, many companies are implementing programs to promote healthy lifestyle habits, such as increasing physical activity and advocating clean eating concepts. Investing in behavioral health can lead to a more engaged, motivated and productive workforce, as well as lower healthcare costs and absenteeism.


Experiences to choose from:

We offer a range of experiences that promote healthy habits and social interaction in a fun, entertaining setting – either at your workplace or at a location we source for you. You can opt for a one-time event or a program of experiences on a regular basis. We can also create a custom event theme based on your specific needs and location.

The world needs more everyday superheroes!

Keeping fit and active is more fun when you’re part of a story! Let yourself turn into a character that expresses your creativity. That’s the impetus behind Batout superhero training.

We all love to be part of a great story.”

Esmey Leon, Active Entertainer

Feed your body and mind

Wondering what to do when you come home to an empty (or junk food-laden) fridge after a yoga class? Welcome to the Yoga Kitch’n! After an invigorating yoga class, we show you how to prepare easy and healthy dishes that nourish your body.


I love the social aspect of the Yoga Kitch’n event. Instead of rushing off after class, you all share a meal together in an inspiring setting.”

Sarah Szot, Culver City, CA

Our minds affect how healthy our bodies are

You may think of your mind and body as separate, but they are closely intertwined with each other. This connection is multidirectional. Emotional experiences affect the way you behave and the physiology within your body. And it’s true in the other direction as well: your perception of bodily changes, which are triggered by emotions, also influences your consciously felt emotions.

“The brain and peripheral nervous system, the endocrine and immune systems, and indeed all the organs of our body and all the emotional responses we have share a common chemical language and are constantly communicating with one another.“

Dr. James Gordon, University of Minnesota