mental fitness programmes
Our proprietary programmes focus on teaching skills for lasting behaviour change, and improved mental fitness.
Our days are busy enough, right? What if there was a way to feel better, and do more?
Our programme is designed to help you improve our mental fitness, aiming to help us achieve greater wellbeing and productivity in all aspects of life.
Bite-sized, actionable steps to help you get to where you want
Seamless presentation on phone, laptop, desktop and tablet
Based on research, science and evidence, for maximum effect
Interactive, highly engaging, specialised and
Harness tracking and data with AI for optimised progress
AI and data-driven
Secure data collection for personal tracking, anonymised for workplace use
Let's start getting to know our data.
Is our body mass index (BMI) in range?
And ever actually wondered how much we need to eat to lose weight?
The proprietary, evidence-based programme aims to help us understand a range of factors that affect our mental fitness and wellbeing. Content is personalised to help us achieve our own specific goals.
Are all carbohydrates equal when it comes to our wellbeing and mood?
Can we change our thinking? Does visualisation work?
And how does this affect our mental fitness?
Tailored, interactive content
Discover skills and insights promoting
mental fitness and lasting behaviour change.
Components in our snacks can affect us in different ways, with a range of effects on our
wellbeing, mental fitness - and our weight.
Complex carbs, fibre, vitamins, minerals
Fibre, vitamins, minerals
Saturated fats, cholesterol
*This is based on the Mifflin-St Jeor Equation which calculates basal metabolic rate (BMR), and its results are based on an estimated average. The basal metabolic rate is the amount of energy expended per day at rest. For men: BMR = 10 × weight (kg) + 6.25 × height (cm) - 5 × age (y) + 5 For women: BMR = 10 × weight (kg) + 6.25 × height (cm) - 5 × age (y) - 161 Accurate determination of the calories you burn can only be accomplished by individual physiological testing