Workplace Wellness Consulting


The Hollywood Reporter, July 2011
“If you’re Lucky Enough to Work at Pixar”
Sandy Blaine, Pixar Wellness Consultant,
Teaches Yoga on Site

A pioneer in the field of workplace wellness and a highly-qualified expert on yoga, mindfulness, stress-reduction and RSI prevention, Sandy is available to work with companies on developing their employee wellness programs. As an experienced corporate consultant, she is well-versed in the most current developments in wellness research and practices, including the burgeoning field of positive psychology, and will put that knowledge to work for you.

Services include:

Designing a custom program specific to the needs of your company’s employees, including working with managers to assess the needs of individual departments.

Providing highly trained, corporate-ready, experienced yoga instructors to offer on-site wellness breaks and/or full yoga classes.

Implementing “entry-level” mind-body wellness classes to support injured (or just less fit) employees in getting started with or back to an exercise program.

Offering workshops for employees on using yoga techniques at their desks for RSI prevention and stress reduction.

Training current staff instructors in working with the RSI-prone population.

Producing wellness support content, including in-house instructional videos, for your company’s intranet.

Learn More About Employee Wellness Programs

For more information about workplace wellness programs and to discuss your company’s needs, please contact Sandy.

Watch Videos

Google Corporate Author Series, August 2008
Mountain View, California

ABC View from the Bay, September 2008
Yoga Moves for Computer Users
Loosen up and get that yoga glow right at your computer!

Practical Advice,
Excellently Presented

Yoga for Computer Users, is a great book for anyone who spends a lot of time at a computer, or just at a desk. Even if you have never done yoga before, this book will make your body feel better after a session in front of the screen. It’s also a great reminder (and a good excuse!) to take breaks. Practical and clearly explained, this book should be required buying for every Human Resources department across the land. It will save companies a ton of lost employee time—and as they know, prevention is a whole lot better (and cheaper) than cure!

C. Chafer, Oakland, CA — Amazon review

Sandy Blaine, Corporate Wellness Consultant