Team Cardiac Wellness Institute first understands the health needs of companies, organisations and institutions and designs suitable Health & Wellness programs for their employees and staff. The aim of the program is to improve the health-related behaviour of participants and thereby prevent and reverse cardiovascular and metabolic diseases like heart attack, stroke, hypertension, obesity and diabetes.
The program includes group sessions at regular intervals on exercise, yoga, nutritional guidance and psychosocial counselling facilitated by experienced professionals.
Better health of the workforce, improved workplace wellness, reduced healthcare costs and medical absences, and higher productivity at work are some of the benefits of the comprehensive health & wellness programs offered by Cardiac Wellness Institute.
We are glad to receive excellent feedback from the participants!
Dr. Priya Chockalingam, cardiologist and Clinical Director of the Cardiac Wellness Institute, addressed us during the inaugural session. Her talk was very informative and encouraging. The program included exercise training, nutritional counselling, yoga and meditation, and psychosocial counselling. We had experts in their respective fields training us in physical exercise, yoga, and diet with a follow-up program. The videos on exercise and yoga and the dietary chart tailored to individual needs were of great help.
I enjoyed and benefitted immensely from the interactive exercise session, the yoga sessions, diet planning and counselling with psychologist.
These sessions helped me realise that seting a weekly dietary and exercise goal and following it will help me in the long run to lead a healthy and stress-free life.Ms Dharma, Copy Editing Professional, Reflections Newsletter January 2020
The program consisted of simple aerobic exercises blended with yoga and dietary recommendations. I have never done yoga in my life and I have to say that I achieved some inner peace after at tempting it. The aerobic trainer was very good and taught us a few exercises that I could manage on my own at home. I have star ted reducing my intake of r ice, especially curd rice; I have increased my intake of vegetables and sprouts ever y day. I changed my breakfast from traditional idly and dosa to nuts and millets, and I also make sure I have my dinner on time. It was a difficult task for me initially, but my body has started to adapt to the new diet and I feel very light.Mr. Krishna, General Manager, Reflections Newsletter January 2020