Corporate Wellness

This four part series on corporate wellness zeros in on the health of employees – a key predictor in productivity and employment longevity. Best delivered across four successive weeks, the program stirs the conversation about self care and strategies and healthy habits.


Wellness is a global view of how a person is.  It is more than diet and exercise. It encompasses all aspects of life that piece together to help people flourish in life.  Wellness includes a healthful physiology, mental health support, a nourishing physical environment that encourages sleep and healthy relationships and more.  In this session we strive to understand what wellness entails and strategies to improve wellness.


Our bodies are our vehicle through life. Maintaining a healthy body that ages well, will help keep you independent longer.  In this sessions we’ll explore what “being fit” actually means and what you need to do if you want to maintain your current level of fitness or even improve it.  We’ll discuss “cardio” or endurance training that will improve your stamina and energize your days.  We’ll also look at muscular and core strength, joint flexibility, balance and agility.  We’ll briefly discuss body composition which falls under “Fitness Matters” but is best addressed in “Nutrition Matters,” the third session.


The food we eat has a profound effect on our lives – it affects our energy, our mood and our general health.  Food is also deeply rooted in our family, our community and our culture.  In the past four decades, food has made a drastic shift from healthy and natural to processed and unhealthy.  In this session we’ll look at what the body needs in terms of macronutrients and micronutrients to remain resilient against disease and energized in the face of modern day stress.


Let’s face it: Your career is important to you and your family.  Your work is important and vital to to many.  You have a lot to be proud of.  Many people, however, struggle to balance the demands of 1/3 of the day with the other 2/3s of the day.  High expectations for productive performance and long commutes can be draining, leaving very little at the end of the day for the family and your own well being.  In this session we’ll explore ways to commit to enhancing your work life by building up your non-work hours to support all of your health and wellness needs.

wellness in the workplace


Contact Cori at to discuss tailoring this series to your needs.

Based in Manila but serving primarily in the South East Asia region. Online option possible.

Ask about health and wellness coaching for your workplace.