Resetting Expectations

April 2, 2020 | Abbe Lake


When it feels like the world has turned sideways...

Whether you already had an established fitness and wellness routine, or you were just getting into the swing of things, chances are your routine (wherever it stood) has recently been disrupted. Perhaps you relied on a gym or yoga studio that has closed, or you now have kiddos hanging off of you during what was your designated workout time, or you’re just having a hard time motivating yourself to stick to a schedule (or do much of anything) right now. 

Navigating Turbulence

April 1, 2020 | Abbe Lake

As we all make our way through a new normal, here are some great tips from Vivecorp's wellness coach, Abbe Lake on navigating our emotions during this turbulent time.

Three New Year's Resolutions for Your Corporate Wellness Program

January 4, 2017 | Danielle Browne

Why not use the start of a new year to set new goals for your corporate wellness program?

Resolve to...Think About Wellness Beyond Fitness and Nutrition.

Leverage Fitness Center Staff to Promote Employee Engagement Programs

August 3, 2016 | Danielle Browne

Friendly and knowledgeable fitness center staff can spread the word about your corporate wellness programs.

If you have a staffed, corporate fitness center from a reputable fitness management company, you’re in luck. You have at your disposal a team of skilled health and fitness specialists who are experts in communication, goal-setting and long-term behavior change - perfect for ensuring your employee engagement initiatives are reaching your employees.

Are You Being Mindful About Your Mindfulness Program

February 10, 2016 | Danielle Browne

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Mindfulness is everywhere right now. It’s the hottest thing in corporate wellness programs - promising to re-engage workers, increase productivity, decrease stress and make employees happier.

Make Your Corporate Wellness Programs About People, Not Stuff

December 16, 2015 | Danielle Browne


The original idea for this post began as “Top Wellness Trends for 2016”. My research turned up hundreds of articles about wearables, treadmill desks, and recess at work.

Those articles told me to move more because sitting would kill me. Take a walking meeting, they said. Put on a tracker and record your diet and fitness and sleep and bowel movements, they said. Ok, maybe not about the bowel movements but I think I’ve made my point.

8 Things to Know Before Building a Corporate Fitness Center

December 8, 2015 | Danielle Browne

Your company decides an onsite corporate fitness center should be added as an employee benefits perk and you’ve been tasked with the project. Where do you start? Can you place a treadmill, some free weights and exercise mats in a unused conference room and call it good?