Why choose Ludo’s Primal Wellness?

Unlock employee potential, improve health and wellbeing and save on the cost of long-term health problems in the corporate industry.

Our corporate health coach experts are armed with holistic knowledge of how fitness, nutrition, and lifestyle influence well-being. We work with clients to design an inclusive, flexible, and responsive plan to move employee daily practices toward healthy choices.

1. In-depth knowledge:

We want to understand you perfectly. Fill in our survey to help us find out more about your company and its wellness goals and aspirations.

2. Tailored solutions:

Our expert team will create a programme especially for your workplace.

3. Empowered employees:

We’ll deliver a bespoke health and wellness plan to increase company wellbeing and boost productivity.

LUDO’S PRIMAL
WELLNESS FOUNDER

Executives Health and Employee Wellness

Ludo’s Primal Wellness concept is based on scientifically validated ancestral health principles that supports maximum vitality and well-being through the timeless integration of strategies across a broad spectrum of lifestyle dimensions, including nutrition, fitness, sleep, stress management, outdoor time, play and social engagement.

Statistics

Making a difference

Adopting a primal lifestyle can help with both the physical and mental challenges faced – helping executives and employees find their calm amongst the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

of all work-related ill health conditions are due to stress, anxiety and depression

of work-related health problems are muscular or skeletal

of adults in Scotland are overweight, largely due to physical inactivity and poor diet.

working days a year lost to per employee due to sickness or illness-related underperformance.

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