Recent statistics show companies that implement “corporate wellness programs have decreased absenteeism, reduced health care expenses and increased productivity among employees.”

Bottom line: This can mean increased company profits.

Happy, productive employees help solve problems, create a positive workspace, and have less on-the-job injuries.

Having a company culture that supports its employees through a wellness program creates a greater sense of corporate community. Employees appreciate that their employer cares enough about them to provide unique fitness opportunities in the comfort of their own workplace.


Employee Participation
There are many ways to encourage employees to participate in an onsite wellness program. We can tailor fitness programs specific to departments or areas (i.e. the desk folks, plant folks, shipping, etc.) and help develop ideas for a possible incentive program.

Group fitness classes offer a great way to unite people from different departments who might otherwise never meet, or help those who have met to get to know each other better.

Company Uniqueness
Every company is different. We want to sit down and talk with you to develop a plan that will support your company and your employees.

We offer a full range of solutions, including but not limited to:

  • Fully customized plan;
  • Movement analysis and Functional Movement Screens;
  • Group fitness classes (equipment brought onsite);
  • Nutrition discussion (1:1 or in a presentation format);
  • Group challenges; and
  • Incentive offerings.


  • Productivity
  • Quality
  • Performance
  • Happiness
  • Employee satisfaction


  • Illness
  • Workplace accidents
  • L&I costs

The benefits in the workplace are endless. The benefits OUTSIDE of the workplace also accumulate – more energy to play with their kids and participate in family activities, living a more balanced life.


“The evidence is incontrovertible: Aerobic exercise physically remodels our brains for peak performance.”
SPARK, John J. Ratey, MD.


Contact us today at info@livefitnorthwest. Let’s get moving!


Read more:

Partnering for Prevention With Workplace Health Promotion Programs

Workplace Wellness Programs Can Generate Savings

How to Build a Wellness Program