Thomas Jefferson once said, “Our greatest happiness does not depend on the condition of life in which chance has placed us, but is always the result of a good conscience, good health, occupation, and freedom in all just pursuits”.
More recently, the Dalai Lama has described happiness as “the highest form of health”, and Leigh Hunt has stated, “The ground work for all happiness is health”. Throughout history, health and happiness have been intrinsically linked in popular wisdom and common values, but is there more to the connection than that?
The World Health Organization accepts that happiness has a demonstrable effect on health, and I hope you are likewise becoming convinced that being happy offers substantial health-related benefits. For those among us who have sunny-side-up dispositions, it’s great to know that our mental attitudes are health-supporting, but what happens if you have a naturally dour disposition? It turns out you can learn to be happy.
Our workplace wellness workshops are designed to boost your health & happiness and provide many more amazing benefits. We take a holistic approach focusing all aspects of health & well-being - physical health, mental health, emotional health and spiritual health.
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