A company that invests in the wellness of their team is on the cutting edge. Motivate your team from the inside-out to increase energy, stamina, creativity, productivity, and connection to your company.
Our mission is to help leaders and modern companies optimize the wellness of their teams - as a way of life, not a checkmark on their to do list. By implementing small approachable shifts to your team’s culture, we strive to empower your team with their own sustainable energy and optimal performance. These shifts will have your team feeling fully supported in their physical and mental wellness, fostering a greater sense of commitment and belonging to the company. The intrinsic motivation created allows employees to feel empowered to exceed goals, with the ability to sustainably out-perform without the burnout.
Give your team an extra boost of energy and motivation while supporting their optimal wellness through the Wellness As A Way of Life Program. This program is the culmination of more than 10 years of my experience, knowledge and know-how in the wellness space. It will compress time for your team and help them distill down the most potent practices for themselves to create a personalized menu of practices and tips that they can integrate into their existing work and life.
Specialities include: Burnout Reduction, Senior Leadership Corporate Wellness Culture, Inclusion of All Wellness Lifestyle Choices
With the right guidance, knowledge, and accountability to back up your company’s team - driving success within your team isn't just possible, it's inevitable.
We provide custom wellness solutions, from wellness audits, strategic wellness seminars and workshop series we ensure your company is ahead of the game. A company that invests in the wellness of their team is on the cutting edge.
Starting with a comprehensive Wellness Audit we will determine which strategic wellness practices your company should focus on to meet and exceed all your goals without burnout.
We are experts at creating highly impactful and motivational wellness-infused in-person events. Are you looking to host a highly curated and intimate experience event for your team? We specialize in conscious eating and drinking, plant-based nutrition cooking classes, embodied movement workshops, yoga, mindfulness, mediation, and mindset exercises that will have your team feeling revived, aligned with their purpose, grounded in their bodies and at ease physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.Inquire
Megan Swan is a certified IIN Health Coach, Plant-Based Chef, Detox Expert and Yoga Teacher with over 10 years of integrative wellness experience. Holding a BA in Psychology and an MA in Integrated Studies, Megan will integrate seamlessly within your team as your go-to wellness advisor and consultant.
She creates custom, approachable wellness strategies for modern companies so their teams can be effective at problem-solving, adapting, managing the cognitive overload and collaboration.
She helps modern corporations optimize their wellness strategy through 6 Pillars Wellness: plant-based nutrition, mindful movement, prioritizing sleep, connection & community, outlets for creativity and mindful practices. As the founder of The Sustainable Integrated Wellness Approach, she uses a shift in wellness mindset as the core strategy. Small, gradual, incremental improvements in our habits and wellness culture is the key to a long-term change to buffer against burnout and optimize physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellness.
She views optimal wellness as a lifestyle, not a quick fix. In order to integratively shift our habits to create the sustainable solution to the cognitive overload of the modern team, it requires a policy shift. A company mindset shift. Together we will clarify your company wellness strategy to focus on the psychological needs of its team members so that the company culture aligns with optimal wellness. In turn optimizing company performance, creativity, and motivation while reducing employee attrition.
“Yet, evidence is mounting that personal, band-aid solutions are not enough to combat an epic and rapidly evolving workplace phenomenon… With “burnout” now officially recognized by the World Health Organization, the responsibility for managing it has shifted away from employees and toward employers. Burnout is preventable. It requires good organizational hygiene, better data, asking more timely and relevant questions, smarter budgeting (more micro-budgeting), and ensuring that wellness offerings are included as part of your well-being strategy.”
Harvard Business Review, Burnout Is About Your Workplace, Not Your People, Jennifer Moss, 2019
“The new landscape has to be radically different. Realizing that stand-alone, piecemeal programs aren’t sufficient, companies are searching for effective ways to integrate wellness into their organizational culture.”
“[It is] self-leaders who are going to achieve their wellness goals. We simply have to provide the education and resources they need – and then get out of their way.”
Chapter 2: Health as a Competitive Economic Advantage, Zero Trends: Health as a Serious Economic Strategy, Dr. Dee W Edington (Pioneer of Wellness in Corporations), 2009.
“Leaders need to focus less on activity and more on impact,” Stallbaumer says. “The most important question they should be asking themselves is: ‘How can I create clarity and help people understand what to prioritize so we’re rewarding employees’ impact, not just their activity?’”
Colette Stallbaumer, the general manager for Microsoft 365 and “future of work.” quoted in “50% of workers are burned out and ‘productivity paranoia’ could be making it worse: ‘People are just worn down’” by Morgan Smith in CNBC Make It, Oct 2022.
“Managing health care costs and benefits is not easy in these tough economic times; but retaining top talent should be a high strategic initiative for any company to survive in this global environment… You simply can’t win without talent; employees are an investment for the future.”
Michael Bruno, Human Capital Specialist and Change Agent, Founder & CEO New Directions 4 Grads.
Alysse Bryson, VP of Community Development, WORKP2P, Seattle
Meggie Javid, VP Business Operations Clio, Mother of 3, Vancouver
Amanda Bodine, Lox-Tox Living Consultant, Illinois
Ashley Sunderland, Alcohol & Drug Counselor at Twin Cities Wellness Center and Recovery Gym Fitness & Nutritionist Enthusiast & Blogger @RecoveryGirlMN Minneapolis, Minnesota
Stephanie Buckley, Alternative Pain Coach, PHPY, MPT Saskatoon, Saskatewan
Tanis Trott, Entrepreneur, Calgary
Deborah Nava, Editor, Mother, Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Maricarmen Aguilar, Mother of 3, Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Daniela Morales, Engineer, Production Specialist Coca-Cola, DJ, Mother, Vienna
Karla Mancilla, Engineer, Regenerative Farmer, Mother, Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Sylwia Misiewicz, Plant-Based Chef, Author, Mother, Colorado
Jenn Johnston, Cartographer, UK