Our goal is simple - to improve the lives of Kiwis at work.

Wellbeing Challenges

We are fully committed to and truly believe is a win win for the company and for you.

Oct 30

We want you to continue to prosper with your mindfulness practices, long after this October challenge is finished! So here are some helpful resources to aid you in your journey: MEDITATION: Live a hea
Oct 23

Do food, exercise or other pillars of health have an effect on the brain? Absolutely! Research has shown that the food we put in our bodies, how often we exercise, and the environment we live and work
Oct 17

What’s your MAAS Score? Answer this questionnaire to find out & share your score in the comments below! Take the questionnaire here: https://ppc.sas.upenn.edu/sites/default/files/mindfulnessscale.pdf
Oct 16

Keeping a gratitude journal is a highly effective way to boost your mindfulness and encourage a healthy, positive mental wellbeing. The process is as easy as writing down in a journal each day (first
Oct 9

Priming is the act of taking time to adjust your thoughts and emotions so you can train your mind to live in your peak state. Do you wake up each morning feeling lethargic, sluggish, overwhelmed or a
Oct 3

Before we head into the Mindfulness Challenge , let's lay some foundations and goals to keep ourselves on track. Answer the four questions below with as much detail as possible - better yet, fill the
Oct 1

For the month of October, we have decided to pursue a mindfulness challenge that we’re calling ‘Happy, Healthy Mind’. October is also Mental Health Awareness month, so we thought it was appropriate to
Oct 30

As our Mindfulness Challenge draws to a close, let's take some time to look back and do some reflection on our journey. What have you noticed so far? Has there been any changes in your mental and/or p
Oct 23

Adapted from Te Whare Tapa Whā, which looks at the four dimensions of wellbeing: Physical, Spirituality, Connectedness, and Mental & Emotional health. Taha Hinengaro – Mental & Emotional Health Though
Oct 16

A 2003 study by Emmons and McCullough found that keeping a daily gratitude journal leads to better sleep, reductions of physical pain, a greater sense of well-being, and a better ability to handle cha
Oct 10

It’s important to look back on your progress and reflect on how far you’ve come. So below (and in your workbook), we have curated a weekly, quarterly and annual reflection exercise to do at the end of
Oct 9

Adapted from Te Whare Tapa Whā, which looks at the four dimensions of wellbeing: Physical, Spirituality, Connectedness, and Mental & Emotional health. Taha Tinana – Physical Health Having optimal phy
Oct 3

You may have heard that mindfulness — the ability to be fully present in the moment — can have numerous benefits, everything from decreased stress and sadness to increased levels focus and happiness,
Jul 25

The body has two nervous systems - one for responsiveness and activity (sympathetic) and another for regulation and regeneration (parasympathetic). When you achieve deep sleep, your body is operating
Oct 23

Taking a proactive approach to holistic health means looking at all aspects of health simultaneously. These components are: Sleep TRF Gut Health Nutrition Movement Hydration Psychology Here, we’ll ta
Oct 17

Adapted from Te Whare Tapa Whā, which looks at the four dimensions of wellbeing: Physical, Spirituality, Connectedness, and Mental & Emotional health. Taha Whānau – Family Health Our families and our
Oct 16

Adapted from Te Whare Tapa Whā, which looks at the four dimensions of wellbeing: Physical, Spirituality, Connectedness, and Mental & Emotional health. Taha Wairua – Spiritual Health Our wairua is one
Oct 9

Affirmations are powerful statements that you say to yourself (whether out loud or in your head!). Every thought you think and every word you speak is an affirmation. All of our self-talk, our interna
Oct 8

Our values are important as they help us to grow and develop. They help us to create the future we want to experience. Every individual and every organisation is involved in making hundreds of decisio
Oct 2

A Gratitude Journal is a place where you write down your thoughts, listing all the things you are grateful for that day. It only takes 7 minutes each day and can work wonders for you overall health!