Wellness Secrets of Successful Businesspeople: Expert Interviews Revealed

Behind every successful businessperson is a wealth of knowledge, experience, and wisdom that has propelled them to the top of their field. But what about their secrets to maintaining optimal physical and mental health while managing demanding workloads and high-stress environments? In this article, we dive into the wellness secrets of successful businesspeople, as revealed through expert interviews with leaders across a variety of industries. From mindfulness practices to nutrition and exercise, we’ll share the tips and strategies that have helped these accomplished professionals achieve work-life balance, reduce stress, and optimize their overall well-being. Discover the wellness secrets that can help you follow in the footsteps of some of the most successful businesspeople in the world.

Paul Zaldivar

Title: Civil Engineer

Company: MZ Construction & Mining


Busy business professionals can improve their well-being and performance by incorporating practical wellness strategies into daily routines.

Here are my ten suggestions:

Prioritize sleep: Aim for 7–9 hours of quality sleep per night. Establish a consistent sleep schedule and create a relaxing bedtime routine to improve sleep quality. This is just the start. Eventually, I am okay and function well with just 6hrs but QUALITY SLEEP.

Eat a balanced diet: Consume nutrient-dense meals, focusing on whole foods, lean proteins, healthy fats, and plenty of fruits and vegetables. Avoid excessive caffeine and processed foods.

Stay hydrated: Drink at least 8 cups (64 ounces) of water daily, more if you’re active or in hot climates. Consider using a reusable water bottle to track your intake.

Exercise regularly: Aim for at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity or 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic exercise per week for starters. Incorporate strength training and flexibility exercises as well.

Practice mindfulness: Set aside 5–10 minutes daily for mindfulness exercises, such as deep breathing, meditation, or progressive muscle relaxation, to reduce stress and improve focus, even for just 2 minutes for starters.

Take breaks: Schedule regular intervals throughout your workday to rest your mind and body. Stand up, stretch, or take a short walk to promote blood flow and prevent fatigue.
Manage stress: Identify stressors and develop coping strategies, such as delegating tasks, setting realistic goals, and your mindset about negative things, and seeking support from friends, family, or a professional.

Cultivate a support network: Build strong relationships with colleagues, friends, and family. Share your experiences, seek advice, and offer support to others. This might work for someone, but it’s not for me. I prefer to reflect alone, with books.

Set boundaries: Establish a clear separation between work and personal life. Set specific work hours, avoid checking emails or working during personal time, and learn to say no to unnecessary commitments.

Engage in hobbies: Make time for activities that bring joy, relaxation, and fulfillment. Hobbies can help relieve stress and improve overall well-being.

Remember, consistency is vital. Start by implementing one or two strategies and gradually incorporate more as you become comfortable with each new habit.

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James Oliver

Title: Founder and Lead Researcher

Company: Hey Mattress


Busy business professionals can prioritize wellness by taking the time to plan and schedule activities that promote physical and mental health. One strategy is to set aside time each day for exercise and relaxation. This could include a thirty-minute walk, a yoga class, or a few minutes of meditation. Taking time for physical activity and mindfulness can help to reduce stress and improve overall well-being.

In addition to physical activity, it is important for busy business professionals to prioritize healthy eating habits. This could include meal prepping for the week, incorporating plant-based proteins into meals, and drinking plenty of water. Eating a balanced diet can help to boost energy levels and improve focus. Furthermore, it is important to get adequate sleep each night, as this can help to improve cognitive functioning and mental health. By taking the time to plan and schedule activities that promote physical and mental health, busy business professionals can prioritize wellness and improve their overall well-being.

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Esther Garfin

Title: President & Founder

Company: Alternative Food Network


As a former lawyer turned business owner, one wellness tip I have is to always have water at your desk. I was often too busy to even drink something, then I’d get tired and have a coffee or caffeinated soda. Drink water throughout the day to stay hydrated.

As for business lunches, try to eat whole food plant based and not overly processed foods. Heavy foods at lunch will make you drowsy and get your afternoon to drag on.

As the current owner of an independent production company in the health & wellness space, I also emphasize treating food as “medicine” to prevent, manage and even reverse illness. To help you get you energized and informed to make better food choices, I recommend listening to one of our podcasts which are available on all major podcast platforms: 1) Plant Based Diet; 2) Doctors+. We also have a subscription podcast series on Apple Podcasts titled Doctors+ Premium.

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Cynthia McDowell

Title: Cofounder and COO

Company: WellIntel Talks


Although it is often overlooked, prioritizing brain health is an essential aspect of overall health and wellness. The brain serves as the engine that drives our thoughts, emotions, movements, and behaviors, making it crucial to care for it properly. By taking steps to enhance brain health, individuals can not only improve their overall wellbeing but also maintain optimal performance, including improved focus, productivity, and problem-solving abilities.

Manage Stress. Although stress is viewed as a common and often ‘normal’ part of the workplace, taking steps to effectively manage your stress is one of the best things you can do to improve brain health and performance, and promote overall well-being. Stress triggers the release of the hormone cortisol, which, in small amounts, can be helpful for alertness and motivation. However, prolonged exposure to cortisol due to chronic stress can have negative effects on the brain and has been linked to a range of adverse health outcomes, including impaired cognitive function, memory problems, and mood disorders. Managing stress through relaxation techniques like meditation or mindfulness can help regulate cortisol levels, reduce the negative effects of stress on the brain, and promote overall well-being. For the busy working professional, this can be as simple as doing some deep breathing exercises, practicing gratitude, and taking mindfulness and decompression breaks during the day (especially when you start to feel overwhelmed)!

Improve Sleep Hygiene. Getting enough sleep is another critical aspect of promoting brain health and overall well-being. Although this may seem difficult to prioritize for busy professionals, sleep is essential for allowing the brain to rest and recharge. Chronic sleep deprivation can lead to decreased focus, concentration, and productivity. To promote healthy sleep, individuals should establish a regular sleep schedule, avoid caffeine and alcohol before bedtime, and create a relaxing sleep environment. For the busy working professional, this might mean prioritizing sleep and establishing a nighttime routine to wind down before bed, such as reading or listening to calming music.

Engage in Regular Movement. Exercise is not only beneficial for physical health but also for brain health. Regular exercise not only improves cognitive function, but it also promotes the release of endorphins, which can help reduce stress and improve mood. Luckily, this doesn’t have to mean rigorous exercise each day of the week. For busy business professionals, incorporating exercise into their daily routine can be as simple as taking a short walk during your lunch break, parking farther away and taking the stairs, or scheduling time for a workout before or after work.

By incorporating effective stress management, sleep hygiene, and movement into your daily routine, busy business professionals can improve brain health, boost job performance, and promote overall wellbeing. Your brain (and your boss) will thank you for it!

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Trish Tutton

Title: Speaker and Mindfulness Teacher

Company: Trish Tutton Speaker and Mindfulness Teacher


Meditation is a shockingly simple practice that can have massive results when it comes to reducing stress and anxiety and increasing mental, emotional and physical wellbeing. Busy professionals can begin a meditation habit in as little as one minute per day. When we meditate, it’s like exercise for our brain. We know the benefits of exercise for our body — but what about our mind? Meditating trains our brain to remain focused in the present moment (instead of dwell on the past or worry about the future.) The benefits are massive. In one study, participants reduced their stress by 36% through the practice of meditation! This technique is also linked to increasing emotions like gratitude, hope and inspiration (countering our brain’s default negativity bias). Over time, meditation can also improve our physical health by lowering heart rate and blood pressure, encouraging digestion, and boosting immune function. How to meditate? Simple! Sit down and set a timer for as little as one minute. Close your eyes and begin to focus on your breath. You could count each breath or silently say “In” as you inhale, and “Out” as you exhale. When your mind wanders to the past or future, simply refresh your attention on your breath. It might seem too simple to work but there are 1000’s of studies that suggest it’s one of the most powerful ways to take control of your wellbeing. As an added bonus, meditating helps us increase our ability to focus. When we’re more focused, we’re more productive and make less mistakes, increasing our performance overall!

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J.P. Gaston

Title: CEO

Company: The Biz Dojo Inc.


There are a few ways busy professionals can ensure they not only maintain, but improve their overall wellbeing.

– place a meeting in your calendar to block time every day. Treat this space as if it’s the single-most important meeting in your day… because, frankly — it is! Use this time for decompression, maintaining space to get things done, or the best option — exercise.

– speaking of exercise… do it. Get outside, go for a walk. My best advise that I not only use with clients but also do for myself: if you can walk and talk in a meeting, do it. There are extensive health benefits from walking, and even more from getting outside to do it. From increased focus to improve productivity, to emotional gains, creativity boosts, and so much more.

Getting out of your office also allows you to disconnect from staring at a screen, and lets you truly focus on the conversation at hand. If you have a team, this also sets a great example for them to do the same.

– Be critical of your calendar and the value of your time. Often, we are so good at saying “yes” as business owners that we burn ourselves out. This is especially true for new entrepreneurs and business leaders. Could that hour long meeting be 30 minutes? Could it be an email update to save you time to review on your own? A lack of focus on wellness is most often the result of too much focus on the little things that either don’t need that much attention, could be done by someone else, or need not be done at all!

– Finally, you don’t have to follow the fads. Much like the diet fads that come and go over the years, there are many wellness fads making the rounds these days. The truth is — you have to do what works for you. If you’re a night owl, odds are the “early riser with 2 hours exercise to start the day” routine is unlikely to work. Take little steps to see what you can do even slightly differently to improve your wellness. It might be as simple as making those 30 minute meetings 25 minutes to ensure you have space for a drink and a bio break. Perhaps it’s about stacking meetings into one half of the day, and leaving the other half free for focus on what needs to get done.

Remember that wellness doesn’t happen over night. Take the time to create little habits that allow you to find space. It’s that focus on creating space that will let you find what works for you. Time is the universal currency we all play in, especially as busy executives. So value that currency, and understand that the most profitable short OR long term investment is to use that currency on yourself. You will soon find that when you put time into yourself, the reward you get back is immeasurable.

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Kirkland Shave

Title: Program Director

Company: Mountain Trek


Mountain Trek is an all-inclusive luxury wellness retreat and health spa in British Columbia that was carefully designed by doctors and wellness experts to be one of the most transformative health experiences in the world. With recent research showing that remote work will make up 30% to 40% of workdays in the future, their program creator and current Program Director, Kirkland Shave developed what he’s called “The 5 P’s to a Potent Workday.” While everyone has been working remotely for some time, not many have done so productively or been provided with tools to ensure they’re maximizing their work/life balance and efficiently maximizing their time. These tips translate to just about any industry and are woven into the Mountain Trek lectures.



1. BOOKEND YOUR DAY (take 5 minutes for just you; own your time)

2. BREAKFAST (fuel and nutrify brain and body. ⅓ Protein, ⅓ Carb, ⅓ Veggies)

3. RECLAIM YOUR COMMUTE TIME (choose exercise when possible to oxygenate and circulate blood)

4. SHOWER (boost your immune system and circulation with a 2-min cold immersion to end)


1. PRIORITIZE (review: “top ten” list from yesterday, upcoming meetings, and “urgent” emails)

2. SCHEDULE (meal times, plus micro-resourcing breaks between meetings, projects, and communication checks)


1. TURN OFF PROMPTS, NOTIFICATIONS (from all devices and screens)

2. FOCUS (enter a flow state by adhering to an optimum work:resource: review ratio of 25:5:5, 50:5:5, or 90:10:20)

3. COMMUNICATE (scan emails, texts, and notifications; reschedule priorities if necessary)

4. RESOURCE (fuel, oxygenate, rotate/stretch, state shift, lower cortisol, practice positive psychology)


1. REVIEW AND SUMMARIZE DAY (assess, make notes or journal, and create “top ten” list for next day)


3. RECLAIM YOUR COMMUTE TIME (incorporate flow state activities to lower stress and increase feel-good hormones; be present and savor)


1. FUEL AND NUTRIFY (with a healthy dinner. ¼ Protein, ¾ Veggies, plus some source of omega-3’s)

2. LOWER BLOOD SUGAR (with post-dinner movement)

3. RELAX (with creativity, socializing, entertainment, learning)

4. CONFIRM TOP TEN LIST (take 10 minutes to review and modify as needed)

5. ELECTRONICS TO SLEEP (at least one hour before your sleep; leave outside bedroom)

6. BOOKEND YOUR DAY and DISCHARGE STRESS (turn off your brain; invoke the parasympathetic nervous system with a warm bath, physical affection, time with pet(s), meditation, yoga, listening to music, or reading)

About Kirkland Shave

Kirkland Shave is Mountain Trek’s program creator and acting Program Director. Over the last 25 years, Kirk has worked with doctors, wellness experts, and world-class practitioners to create an award-winning hiking-based health program that transforms guests physically, mentally, and emotionally. A certified hiking guide, life coach, yoga instructor, and former Park Ranger, Kirk is a consummate motivator who shows guests they can accomplish more than they ever dreamed possible. Kirkland embodies the essence of Mountain Trek and walks the talk… sometimes barefoot.

About Mountain Trek

Mountain Trek is an all-inclusive luxury wellness retreat and health spa that was carefully designed by doctors and wellness experts to be one of the most transformative health experiences in the world. This life-changing backcountry experience has guests hiking their way to wellness without caffeine, alcohol, or electronics. It’s part hardcore boot camp, part holistic health retreat, and part spa oasis — all with a major focus on learning the unique elements of Alpine Fitness Trekking through some of Canada’s most beautiful natural wilderness. Guiding about 12 to 16 clients per weeklong program, Mountain Trek differentiates itself by its deep dive into the wilderness that surrounds it. Every day guests spend three hours or more hiking mountain trails and learning how to control your breath, your steps, and how to feel powerful in your own skin. It’s also the perfect place for forest bathing!

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Title: Confidence & Health Coach

Company: Inspiration By Elisa


Work can get busy! Being able to keep your energy up so you can perform at your best is key! Luckily there are healthy strategies for you to do this.

1. Sip water throughout the day. When you’re dehydrated you can feel lethargic, lack energy, and have mental fogginess. So staying hydrated increases your energy and helps to balance your blood sugar. Keep a water bottle with you at all times and sip on it throughout the day. Make sure to drink enough water for your body. A good rule of thumb to follow is to drink half of your body weight in fluid ounces.

2. Remember to eat. Have you ever been so busy you forgot to eat and the next time you looked at your watch it was mid-afternoon? We’ve all been there! The mind loves freedom but the body loves routine. So it’s a good idea to time your meals around the same time each day and for them to be about 4–5 hours apart for most people. I suggest setting an alarm for lunch to remind you to go get a healthy meal. Also, if you get that afternoon slump or get a little hungry, set an alarm for that too and go grab a healthy snack. You want to choose healthy foods that give you long-lasting energy. As opposed to sugary or processed foods that will give you a spike of energy and then a crash.

3. Become a master of single-tasking. This means focusing on one thing at a time and completing it. Context switching has been proven to be inefficient. When you stop a task and context switch to something different and come back to the first task, it can take 20 minutes to get your mind back to the place where you left off. I suggest blocking “Focus Time” in your calendar and putting your messaging service (e.g. Slack) and your phone on Do Not Disturb so you won’t have any distractions. Set a timer so you can focus on a task for a set amount of time. When the timer goes off, assess if you need to continue focusing on the task at hand or move on to the next task. This will help to improve your performance at work and improve your mental state because you’ll be getting stuff done!

4. Breathe. Using your breath is a great way to reduce stress because it moves you from the stress response to the relaxation response. When we are in a stressful state, if we consciously adopt the deep and rhythmic breathing pattern characteristic of the relaxed state, we fool the central nervous system. Doing even a few deep breaths will make you will feel more relaxed. It can be quick and easy. You can spend several minutes doing a breathing exercise. You can do this anywhere, anytime. Often no one will even know you’re doing it. Stress can come at us at any moment, any time of the day. So if you are doing something and feel stressed but you can’t stop what you are doing, it’s still possible to take a few deep breaths. When doing a breathing exercise, be sure to breathe into your belly. Inhale slowly into your belly and exhale for at least 1 second longer than your inhale. Repeat as many times as you like. Anywhere from 1–10 deep breaths is good.

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Bea Caillet

Title: Owner

Company: Go Healthy With Bea


I encourage busy professionals to focus on taking small steps forward, rather than making radical changes. Small steps are attainable and allow them to easily identify the things that are working for them and the things that aren’t. Over time, small steps add up and lead to lasting change. Here are some of my tips:

Eating Habits

Eat whole foods and reduce processed foods. If you don’t have time to cook, and can afford it, hire a personal chef who will prepare home cooked meals for you.
Increase your vegetable intake.
Sit down for meals. Take time to slow down when you eat to support digestion and mindfulness.
Take the time to chew your food.
Make sure to hydrate yourself. Make sure to always have water on hand as you will be more likely to drink it.
Appreciate each meal and even each bite.

Organize your work space. Keeping your space organized and decluttered can increase productivity and make work more enjoyable.
Make sure you have an ergonomic workspace. An ergonomic desk set up will allow you to maintain a proper posture and ultimately will help you and your joints stay comfortable.
Decorate your desk or office with plants.

Avoid toxic relationships
Nurture healthy relationships
Spend time with people who make you laugh

Detox your mind of negative thoughts
Reduce / Manage stress
Do things that engage your skills
Laugh more
Say a daily affirmation. Write down an empowering affirmation and repeat it every morning and/or evening.

Get enough sleep.
Relax and recharge.
Spend time in nature
Create a weekly self-care ritual
Fill your life with little things you love to do
Take a beat. When you feel stressed or overwhelmed, force yourself to stop and take a few deep breaths and/or a short walk.
Reduce toxicity in your environment (use non toxic cookware, cleaning products, body hygiene products and cosmetics)
Turn off all electronics (phone, TV, computer) at least 1 hour before bed to promote a more restful sleep.

Aim to walk at least 15 minutes a day. Keep the goal easy in order to achieve it and increase it whenever you can. If needed, use a connected bracelet or watch that will give you reminders to walk regularly during the day, will track your steps and congratulate you when you reach your goal.
Look for opportunities to squeeze more movement into your day (get off the bus or subway one or two stops early or park farther away from your destination, take the stairs rather than the elevator…)

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Sarah Gibson

Title: Director

Company: Proactive Healthcare


A balanced diet of nutrient-rich whole food is essential for maintaining overall well-being. Foods with vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants can help boost energy levels and prevent fatigue over time. Aim to include plenty of vegetables, fruits, lean proteins (like poultry), beans/legumes, nuts/seeds, fish/shellfish, complex carbohydrates (like brown rice or quinoa), low-fat dairy products, and even dark chocolate! Stocking up on healthy snacks such as granola bars or trail mix will also keep your energy levels high during the day.

In addition to fueling your body with healthy food and beverages, it’s also great to take the time to nourish relationships with family and friends, as they can provide us incredible emotional support during stressful times at work or in life in general. Taking time away from our screens and calls allows us to relax and be fully present when spending time with loved ones, even if it’s just a quick call now and then. Having a strong network of family and friends encourages an active social life with many physical health benefits, too (increased happiness levels naturally increase our activity).

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Isabela Calil

Title: Higher Education Consultant

Company: TEG London


Being consistent with your self-care and wellness is much more important than being perfect at it. If there is something you need to incorporate into your daily routine as a busy professional, it’s best to simply start small and just be consistent.

If your goal is to move your body more throughout the day, then find a small window of time at the beginning of each week to go for a short walk around your home or office. 5 minutes is better than not moving at all, and as long as you do this everyday, you will start to notice a difference in your mood. You will also be much happier with your progress because you were consistent which is helpful for boosting your confidence to keep motivating yourself to continue to focus on your well-being.

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Alex Holliman

Title: Managing Director

Company: Climbing Trees


Making sleep a top priority is something I know can be beneficial when it comes to improving your wellness. A good night’s sleep is good for your body and mind and ensures you start each day off properly. I find though it’s sometimes tough to fall asleep, so I like to use sleep podcasts to help. These podcasts are often filled with soft stories, slow music and sounds all designed to help you get to sleep, and stay asleep. I find these are great to lull yourself to sleep, and once it’s over I am usually fast asleep.

I tend to wake up more refreshed when listening to these podcasts and it makes it easier to take on a busy day because of uninterrupted sleep.

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Marta De la Cruz

Title: Clinical Psychologist

Company: Balance Luxury Rehab


An excellent tip for business professionals to improve their well-being is to take weekends off regularly. That means absolutely no work is supposed to be done on weekends. The two day break should be an opportunity to disconnect from work responsibilities and engage in meaningful activities.

This is also a great tactic for working in a dedicated way. And then look forward to the time off on the weekend. One can easily indulge in self care rituals or spend time with their loved ones. It also helps strike a balance and re-energize.

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Ruthie Johnson

Title: Success & Wellness Coach

Company: The Fit Edition


1. Start your Day Active — most busy professionals I work with have very little time as soon as the day starts, and creating time for themselves is often pushed to the bottom of the list. But by prioritising movement first thing in the day, not only is there more space for it, but it also sets you up to be more active and switched on throughout the day. Exercise has a direct impact on your mood, focus and productivity — not to mention your overall physical health. By adding into your morning routine you’re also reinforcing this as a priority for you throughout the rest of the day too.

It can also be really simple — just getting a quick 15 minute walk in can help clear your mind, or a class can help your feel more connected for the rest of the day. The best way to add it in is make it one of the first things you do each morning after waking up and create the habit through repetition.

2. Create more White Space — Jumping from task to task, or meeting to meeting gives no time for your mind to unwind, and can create residual stress that you carry throughout the day. It also blocks you from accessing higher levels of creativity (accessed much more easily from more relaxed states). By creating more space between tasks, your mind is able to find more innovative solutions naturally, whilst giving you a break from that ‘always on’ feeling, and feel more focussed for what’s next.

I recommend a minimum of 5 minutes (which can be built into an hourly structure), to half an hour after a longer meeting to capture everything. You can also help reduce any visual fatigue by closing your eyes for 60 seconds to help you feel even more refreshed for the rest of the day. And never forget to always take a lunch break!

3. Prioritise Sleep — Time and time again I find sleep — the most simple solution to feeling more energised — is often neglected by busy individuals. This is often as a result of aiming to get more done, however sleep directly influences your focus, efficiency and clear decision making, making you more productive in the long run. By making space for more sleep in your schedule, you’ll feel more energised to tackle business everyday, without needing to grab coffee at 3pm, or finding the end of weeks lagging. From a brain wave perspective it’s much easier to access flow states (where you can be up to 5 times more productive) when you’re feeling rested and less stressed, so you can get more done in less time.

I always recommend a minimum of 7 hours sleep a night — and it’s best to keep a similar sleep schedule to keep your body clock in rhythm. One way to do this is to set a bedtime alarm, to remind you when you should start switching off, and when lights should go out.

4. Replace Carbs for Fats and Protein — if you’re struggling with energy crashes (which can affect decision making, mood and even team communication), change up your diet. Carbs in particular have a short digestion time, which means you’re much more likely to get sugar crashes and can also reinforce ‘false hunger’ — where your body thinks you need more food, but you’ve simply eaten too much sugar.

Protein and fats help balance out those highs and lows, keep you fuller for longer, and over a longer period of time help you stabilise your energy, whilst supporting your body through repair and hormone balance. The easiest way to commit to this is to make your meals and snacks protein based e.g. instead of a sandwich, try salmon with a side of salad/rice. At the least always aim to have fats or protein accompanying carbs to reduce the impact they can have on your blood sugar levels.

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yvonne GREAVES

Title: Yoga Pilates Movement Teacher

Company: Self Employed


I am an expert in teaching physical movement, yoga, pilates and somatic flow, I have been a practitioner for over ten years.

I help busy people find time to integrate their physical health with their daily pressures for running their business.

Three of my ten daily tips.

Here are my three easy 15 minute P’s for busy people.

1. Promoting self love — GIGO. Goodness in Goodness Out. Put into your body that which loves you. Food and drink, its got to love you. Use the same high standards you have for your business to how you nurture your body.
2. Pyramid Breathe work — I always start on the breath. They are often amazed how breathing using my adapted methods creates relaxation.
3. Prone plan — Start as you mean to go on. You don’t need a gym. Start with the ten bed exercise routine.

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Rahul Jha

Title: Managing Director and CEO

Company: Legal Entity Identifier


When speaking with other busy business professionals, I always recommend meditation as a form of taking care of your personal health. Meditation is a very powerful, effective exercise that can completely change the perspective you have of yourself, the ability to slow down time, reflect on things, and just be more at peace in your mind, even if you are a very busy person. The more you do it and the better you get at it, the more effective in can be in accomplishing your goals.

In this instance, there are specific meditation methods you can pursue that will focus on being effective in a short amount of time. I would recommend finding some audio to accompany your meditation sessions and try a variety of different themes as you get started. You’ll be able to find a variety of options available on YouTube and meditation apps like Headspace to get you started.

Through focused thoughts and energy, you can achieve almost anything you put your mind to. I highly recommend turning to meditation when you are facing any hurdle like low self-esteem, early signs of burnout, inability to calm your mind, and more.