Mind Body Goals Ltd and Heka, an employee health and wellbeing platform, have teamed up to offer members a new tool for stress and anxiety reduction in the workplace. Mind Body Goals' innovative product, Luma³, will be available to Heka's network of employers and their employees.
"Our goal is to support employees in all aspects of health and wellbeing, and Luma³'s approach to reducing stress and anxiety is a perfect fit."
Luma³ helps users reduce stress and anxiety through guided breathing exercises, using beautiful light and color - no distracting other devices or screens required. This new partnership means even more people will be able to experience the benefits of Luma³ and its impact on physical and mental wellbeing.
Ryan Josephs, Head of Partnerships at Heka, is excited about this new partnership. He said, "We're thrilled to welcome Mind Body Goals Ltd and Luma³ to our platform. Our goal is to support employees in all aspects of health and wellbeing, and Luma³'s approach to reducing stress and anxiety is a perfect fit. We can't wait to see the positive impact Luma³ will have on our members."
Heka already offers employees support in financial, nutritional, mental, and physical wellbeing with over 3000 experiences in 50 categories. With an impressive 9/10 satisfaction rating from HR teams and a 99% renewal rate from companies, Heka is leading the way in employee wellbeing.
This partnership not only provides employees with access to new products and services, but it also sends a clear message that employee wellbeing is a top priority. Investing in employee wellbeing has been shown to improve job satisfaction, employee retention, and productivity, making it a win-win for everyone involved.
Mind Body Goals Ltd's founder and CEO, Michael Crinnion, is thrilled about the partnership. He said, "Joining forces with Heka is a huge milestone for Mind Body Goals Ltd and our mission to help people live their best lives. We're excited to bring Luma³ to a wider audience and make a real difference in even more people's lives."