Stress and health issues derived from modern living are material threats to individuals and businesses.
Looking for ways to help your company’s most valuable assets to thrive?
Consider adding a SOUND BREAK to the operations of your company for your employees, consultants, partners and clients.
Many scientific studies reported benefits of sound for our overall well being physically, mentally and emotionally.
Some of the benefits experienced include:
"Having a Sound Bath in the middle of the day at work has been an amazing experience for me.
I have a tremendous amount of responsibilities and workload.
The Sound Bath allows me to calm down and lower my anxiety and pressure I’m feeling. I get to meet people from different departments and have a community of people I can trust and count on. Every time I go back to my desk I think clearer and am more productive.
I am also able to work as a team more effectively since I’m in a calmer mood. I truly appreciate Glendy!"
- Lori H., Senior Director at cable TV network
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Ready to get your team on the same page on a regular basis?
Excellent communication and team work is the backbone of any success organization. Companies with strong culture are able to continueously inspire team work, open communication and engagement with less stress, which result in improved job satisfaction, productivity and creativity.
Just as we train our muscles to be strong with regimented exercise, the same can be said for our vibration. When we regularly immerse in positive vibration that promote physical, emotional, mental health, we develop resilience against stress and synchronize our vibrations towards positive spectrum with effective listening, compassionate and resilience.
Speak to Glendy about establishing a high vibrational program to bring your team to positive resonance.
"I really enjoyed your session. It was so well worth it. I love being in a trance when and where no one can interrupt you – free from the technology demons! It was like being on a mini vacation! I have always felt that corporations need to do more to maintain a healthy workforce to be able to compete. Just taking care of the physical health is not enough. Mental health is becoming an issue and this is one big way to help address!"
- F. N, Information Security Risk Management Leader
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