Rodney James, Creator / Director of The Mojo Technique only knows that a happy, healthy and motivated employee base is a company’s most vital asset. It’s proven that employees who have a healthy work life balance, less stress and good physical and mental well being will make a greater contribution to your company’s success. As such, many companies provide healthy and accessible workplace wellness options.
At The Mojo Technique, we are happy to offer your employees customizable aerial yoga and cocoon meditation options that will let your staff know you care about them. Located at Forma Gym, Walnut Creek we are a convenient and accessible option for employees and employers alike. We offer an experienced and gentle approach to support every body type, size, and fitness level.
Studio class corporate rates
Relaxation and meditation
Why workplace yoga and wellness
Stronger team bonds
The happiness factor
The ability to stay cool
Quicker response time
Fewer sick days lost
Less back pain
Better problem solving skills
Energy and vitality
On and offsite team building - focusing on collaboration and building trust.
See what other companies are doing.
What 3 Companies Do to Keep Employees HealthyThe benefits and ROI of corporate wellness programs
Why Companies Are Turning To Meditation And Yoga To Boost The Bottom Line
Why are companies doing this?
Mark Bertolini, Aetna chairman & CEO in a CNBC interview - "We took a study of our employees and put them into mindfulness and yoga.....The result for us was an 11-1 return on investment in having people who are more productive, people who have less stress and reduced health care costs."
A study by Towers Watson Wyatt and the National Business Group on Health shows that organizations with highly effective wellness programs report significantly lower voluntary attrition than do those whose programs have low effectiveness (9% vs. 15%). On the other hand, an internal assessment by Johnson & Johnson found that the return on their wellness programs have been $2.71 for every dollar spent, resulting in cumulative savings of $250 million on health care costs for the company over the past decade.