Health & Wellbeing Employee Membership Programmes


Whether employees are stressed because of work, or their personal stress is carrying over into the workplace, one thing is very clear – employees and the global workforce are feeling even more stressed than they did in 2020, which was the previous all-time high.1 

Post pandemic, leaders now need to consider how they should reconfigure the workplace and employee wellbeing must become the top priority.   Creating a highly engaged and productive workplace culture now requires a greater emphasis on holistic employee wellbeing.

There has been a significant shift in awareness towards the importance of corporate wellbeing.  Previously the focus was on the ergonomic furniture and healthy food campaigns within the workplace to help support the long hours employees would spend at their desk.  This didn’t address the more critical mental, emotional and physical health and wellbeing issues that are associated with the demands of corporate life in today’s fast paced society.

Individual Employee Health & Wellbeing Programme


The typical approaches to corporate wellbeing and mental health support and intervention are not enough. Businesses may offer yoga sessions, have a bowl of fruit in the office, put some mental health first aid training in place and run the odd wellness event to showcase “look what you could have”,  however, we firmly believe that these interventions are not adequate or sustainable or useful for everyone.

The reason being that they make assumptions that this approach works for everyone, much like education and the school system, and we know that this is also hugely flawed. Not everyone has the same issues or experiences life in the same way.

Mental health is considered a stand alone subject. Again we believe that physical, emotional and mental health are intrinsically linked and therefore taking a much more holistic personalised approach will reap greater rewards for your business and the people working within it.

The most common mental health condition noted in the corporate workplace is anxiety. Anxiety can arise from a variety of sources, including work-related stress, uncertainty, job insecurity, interpersonal conflict and lack of support, to name a few. Anxiety can cause significant distress and interfere with an individual’s ability to function well at work, which can contribute to absenteeism, decreased productivity, and an increased risk of burnout. Other common mental health conditions that may be present in the corporate workplace include depression, dysthymia, bipolar disorder, and addiction disorders, among others.

By addressing individual lifestyle factors using The Life Freedom Method® by way of an example approaches the treatment of this issue in a whole new way.

The lifestyle factors that we review, include nutrition, hydration, sleep , hormonal health, financial wellbeing, toxic load, beliefs and trauma and also life purpose.  Studies have shown how important life purpose is on overwall well being and it is something that we don’t ordinarily see addressed within our schooling system or our workplaces.

At Space and Freedom Limited, we know that true corporate wellbeing starts with treating each individual as unique. This is the only way to create a personalised plan that addresses the specific needs of each person. We focus on understanding all of the individual factors and medical status and provide a bespoke, do’able and aligned support solution to the challenge of employee wellbeing.

We believe that any other approach will fall short.  It would be a short to mid term tick box cookie cutter approach that will not serve your business or your people. Investing in your people will bring you atleast a 20% ROI due to improved engagement, performance, commitment and loyalty from your team.

That’s why we are committed to delivering The Life Freedom Method® programmes that our clients can use to improve their health and their life and business.

The Life Freedom Method is designed to help businesses transform the lives of their employees, showing them exactly how to address their overall wellbeing including addressing any mental and emotional issues and understanding the metaphysical link this has too.

If you want to learn more, we invite you to reach out and contact us about organising a call to discuss your requirements.

The mental health fallout from COVID-19, economic uncertainty, and social unrest continues. Meanwhile, more employees are dealing with mental health challenges over the past year, from stress and burnout to anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and substance use problems.

Mental health issues like burnout have contributed to many workers’ decisions to leave their jobs, if not the workforce entirely. “The pandemic has forced people to reflect on what really matters most to them, and if their employer does not support their ability to prioritise other values outside of work, then people may look elsewhere, or they may risk becoming burnt out and frustrated,” said Joe Grasso, Lyra Health’s senior director of workforce mental health.

More employers are stepping up to this challenge, with leading organisations increasingly launching policies and programmes that support employees and evolving the conversation around mental and emotional health at work.

Back to the Mothership is our Employee Self Development and Wellbeing Corporate Membership.

This online service will provide you and your employees with access to your own online employee wellness and personal development portal that will help support employee learning around personal wellness; lifestyle and stress reducing activities and education.

This collaborative online space will provide access to 15 lifestyle learning modules; 14 day modern meditation programme with monthly online live learnings with Question and Answers sessions along with an online community for support and encouragement.

This is an annual programme, grounded in science, that will support your cohort of employees’ with access to these various tools and strategies.

Every organisation is unique, and so we can discuss bespoke offerings for your employees and your organisation.  

We would be delighted to talk to you about your business and employee specific needs.  Contact us to arrange a meeting to discuss your requirements.

1 Gallup State of the Global workplace: 2022 Report