In Your Element On Demand are offering a free online wellness festival
- Emma Simmonds
- 26 January 2021
A range of self-care workshops will be available to access from Fri 29 to Sun 31 Jan
If you're finding yourself flagging and looking for a self-care solution then global workplace wellbeing platform In Your Element On Demand have stepped in to help lift spirits and cleanse souls at the end of a particularly challenging January. They've organised a free wellness weekend from Fri 29 to Sun 31 Jan, which includes complimentary access to their community of experts and coaches, as well as their 'Winter Self-Care Support Library'.
In Your Element On Demand pride themselves on delivering quality content by professional wellness experts, coaches and trainers from across the world, giving businesses the chance to take their employees' mental health needs seriously. The topics they cover range from yoga, pilates, qigong and reflexology, to nutrition and breath-work.
The free wellness weekend will include a broad spread of workshops, including 'Mobility and Movement' with ReFuel Concept, where you'll learn to optimise personal health and wellbeing via nutrition and fitness. Francesca Oddie will be talking about numerology and Polly Chadwick has a class entitled 'Massage & Reflexology for Yourself'. There's also a firming face massage with Michaella Bolder, Naomi Buff will teach you how to create healthy chocolate with five ingredients, London-based food studio and restaurant Plates will help you cook up a vegetable broth, and Jamie Baird will talk you through making your own immunity shot.
In Your Element founder Krista Madden has this to say about the organisation's approach: 'With so many teams working remotely there is a loss of connection and sense of community. In Your Element is a wellness video platform for businesses, which gives staff access to coaches and experts who will inspire them to create healthy habits and rituals, which will help support them with mental and physical health issues. It's about restoring that sense of community and support, which is so important for a good company culture.'