The American Journal of Health reports that there is a $3-$6 savings for every $1 invested in corporate wellness programs.
The National Business Group on Health estimates that corporate healthcare costs could be reduced by up to 50% by proactively taking steps to reduce stress in the workplace.
Physical activity, particularly yoga and meditation, have been shown to reduce stress, lower blood pressure, and improve focus and morale.
The average cost to treat someone with hypertension is $733 per year. A company with 10 employees who have high blood pressure spends an additional $10,000 every year on healthcare costs, lost productivity and workplace stress. (Source: Integrated Benefits Institute)
Equine assisted learning is on the forefront of alternative education with leadership training programs designed to teach relationship and communication skills. We work with horses for their effective response to people's energy levels, leadership, and communication abilities. Horses are extraordinary at evaluating effective leadership.
As prey animals, horses must be consistently aware of their physical surroundings. If a horse makes a mistake and misjudges a predator as being safe, the mistake could be deadly. This intense attunement to their surroundings makes horses excellent judges of character.
Working with horses in a NON-RIDING natural environment shows people how to slow down, be self-aware, focus on the present, and make improved decisions now instead of later. This experiential learning joins both mind and body and facilitates a way of learning that enables change and positively affects individuals and their work.
In addition to individual development, working with horses in an equine assisted learning environment, groups are challenged to communicate effectively, recognize body language, and encourage goal attainment as a team.
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